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Texas Biology A/B

Texas Biology A/B

Texas Biology is a two-semester course designed to develop and enrich students’ knowledge of several core areas of biology. It has lessons on cells, organs and organ systems, and heredity.  Students will examine cell processes, functioning of the human body systems, and inheritance patterns. Students will then learn how genetic variation, natural selection, and environment lead to adaptations in organisms. They will also classify organisms based on their physical and developmental characteristics. Further, this course will introduce students to the basic concepts of biochemistry. Students will develop models to study photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Toward the latter part of this course, students will learn about the factors that affect the biodiversity of an ecosystem and solve a biodiversity problem. Online discussions, course activities, and unit activities help students to develop and apply critical thinking skills.

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