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SCI.B.1 2010 - Cellular Chemistry
Describe the basic molecular structure and function of the four major categories of organic compounds (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids) essential to cellular function.(B.1.1)Describe how work done in cells is performed by a variety of organic molecules—especially proteins, whose functions depend on the sequence of their monomers and the consequent shape of the molecule. (B.1.2, B.1.3)
SCI.B.2 2010 - Cellular Structure
Describe features that are common to all cells and contrast those with distinctive features that allow cells to carry out specific functions.
SCI.B.3 2010 - Matter Cycles and Energy Transfer
Describe how the sun’s energy is captured and used to construct sugar molecules that can be used as a form of energy or serve as building blocks of organic molecules. (B.3.1, B.3.2, B.3.3) Diagram how matter and energy cycle through an ecosystem. (B.3.4, B.3.5)
SCI.B.4 2010 - Interdependence
Describe the relationship between living and nonliving components of ecosystems and describe how that relationship is in flux due to natural changes and human actions.
SCI.B.5 2010 - Molecular Basis of Heredity
Describe the basic structure of DNA and how this structure enables DNA to function as the hereditary molecule that directs the production of RNA and proteins. (B.5.1, B.5.2, B.5.3)
SCI.B.6 2010 - Cellular Reproduction
Explain the processes (i.e., mitosis and meiosis) by which new cells are formed from existing cells and how in multicellular organisms groups of cells cooperate to perform essential functions within the organisms. (B.6.1, B.6.2, B.6.3)Explain the cellular processes that occur to generate natural genetic variations between parents and offspring. (B.6.4, B.6.5)
SCI.B.7 2010 - Genetics
Explain how the genetic information from parents determines the unique characteristics of their offspring.
SCI.B.8 2010 - Evolution
Describe how biochemical, fossil, anatomical, developmental, and genetic findings are used to determine relationships among organisms and how those relationships are then used to produce modern classification systems. (B.8.1, B.8.2, B.8.3, B.8.4) Describe how modern evolutionary theory provides an explanation of the history of life on earth and the similarities among organisms that exist today. (B.8.5, B.8.6, B.8.7)
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