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1. Diversity of Living Things

1.1. analyse some of the risks and benefits of human intervention

1.2. genetic diversity, species diversity, structural diversity, protists, bacteria, fungi, binomial nomenclature, and morphology

1.3. classify, and draw biological diagrams of, representative organisms from each of the kingdoms

1.4. compare and contrast the structure and function of different types of prokaryotes, eukaryotes, and viruses

1.5. explain why biodiversity is important to maintaining viable ecosystems

2. Evolution

2.1. analyse the economic and environmental advantages and disadvantages of an artificial selection

2.1.1. extinction,natural selection, phylogeny, speciation, niche, mutation, mimicry, adaptation, and survival of the fittest

2.1.2. possible impact of an environmental change on natural selection and on the vulnerability of species

2.1.3. advantages and disadvantages of an artificial selection technology

2.2. research process to investigate some of the key factors in evolution

2.3. explain the fundamental theory of evolution, using the evolutionary mechanism of natural selection3

2.3.1. Essay exam

2.3.2. Oral exam

2.3.3. Multiple choice

2.4. natural selection, artificial selection, sexual selection, genetic variation, genetic drift, biotechnology

2.5. the key factors that affect the evolutionary

3. Scientific Investigation Skills and Career Exploration

4. Genetic Processes

4.1. analyse, on the basis of research, some of the social and ethical implications of research in genetics and genomics

4.2. haploid, diploid, spindle, synapsis, gamete, zygote, heterozygous, homozygous, allele

4.3. meiosis and crossing over

4.4. punnet squares

4.5. genetic disorders

4.5.1. E-learning

4.5.2. Student forum

5. Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function

5.1. the importance of plants to the growth and development of Canadian society

5.2. new terms mesophyll, palisade, aerenchyma, epidermal tissue, stomata, root hair, pistil, stamen, venation, auxin, and gibberellin

5.3. identify, and draw biological diagrams of, the specialized plant tissues in roots, stems, and leaves

5.4. reproductive mechanisms of plants in natural reproduction and artificial propagation

5.5. process of ecological succession, including the role of plants in maintaining biodiversity and the survival of organisms

6. Animals: Structure and Function

6.1. MRI AND CT SCAN techniques

6.2. new terms :systolic, diastolic, diffusion gradient, inhalation, exhalation, coronary, cardiac, ulcer, asthma, and constipation

6.3. perform a laboratory or computer-simulated dissection of a representative animal, or use a mounted anatomical model

6.4. use medical equipment (e.g., a stethoscope, a sphygmomanometer) to monitor the functional responses of the respiratory and circulatory systems to external stimuli

6.5. Explain anatomy of digestive,circulatory,respiratory systems and their disorders.