bio101 | undergraduate
Principles Of Biology
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- Identify the structure and function of the main organs in animals.
- Analyze how organisms evolved physiologically to become suited to their environment.
- Describe how the interaction of biotic and abiotic environmental components affect population growth and regulation.
- Analyze the effects of human activities on ecosystems and the biosphere.
- Describe the flow of energy and materials in an ecosystem.
- Describe how to create hypotheses and experiments using the scientific method.
- Summarize the fundamental concepts of chemistry in biology.
- Describe the energy metabolism of cells.
- Compare structures and functions of different cell types.
Genetics and Molecular Biology
- Explain the process of meiosis and how it affects the genetic makeup of an organism.
- Explain how Gregor Mendelâs experiments influenced the foundations of genetics.
- Describe the structure and function of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) as the molecule of inheritance.
Evolution and Diversity
- Summarize how the theory of evolution was developed.
- Identify common misconceptions about the theory of evolution.
- Analyze the role of natural selection in the theory of evolution.
- Explain the importance of biodiversity.
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