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ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL

BIOLOGY 1

 

COURSE OUTLINE

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The evolutionary and ecological relationships of living organisms are the two major unifying threads of biology today.

 

TOPIC

 

PAGES*

 

LAB(S)

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LIFE

Some Major Generalizations of the Biological Sciences 1 - 19 1, 2

Molecular Basis for Life 20 80 3, 4, 5, 6

CELLULAR ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Cells and Tissues 100 - 144, 188 203 7, 8

Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis 83 97, 147 185 9, 10

GENETICS AND HEREDITY

Mitosis and Meiosis 206 237 11

Introduction to Embryology 388 - 410

Molecular Genetics 278 385 12

Classical Genetics 239 276 13

Population Genetics 428 442 14

EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS

Evidence 422 426, 464 473

Mechanism 414 422, 445 462

Evolutionary History of Biodiversity 488 - 500

Taxonomic Classification 473 485 15

Biodiversity 502 - 665 16

PLANT ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

General Properties of Green Plant Cells 668 692, 751 773 17

Procuring and Distributing Nutrients in Seed Plants 695 727 18

Reproductive Processes in Plants 730 748 19

ANIMAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Anatomy & Physiology 776 790 20

Digestive Systems & Nutrition 792 808 21

Respiratory Systems 826 834 22

Circulatory Systems 811 826, 834 861 23

Excretory Systems & Homeostasis 865 890 24

Endocrine Systems 893 910 25

Sensory Systems 992 1009 26

Nervous Systems 960 989

Behavior 1053 1079 27

Skeletal and Muscular Systems 1009 1020

Reproductive Systems 913 933

Animal Embryology 936 957

ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS

Introduction to Ecology 1024 1050 28

Populations & Communities 1082 1128

Ecosystems and Life Zones 1131 1172

 

*BIOLOGY, 5th ed., Campbell, Reece, & Mitchell, 1999

 

INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Jim Moore

ROOM: Welder Hall, Room 4

 

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