Biology 1

This course develops essential biological concepts and theories through experimentation, observation, lecture presentations, and discussion. Emphasis is placed upon the ability of the students to solve problems using laboratory and field experiences. Topics to be covered include cells, cell theory, cell processes - cell reproduction, cellular respiration and photosynthesis; basic biochemistry - classification and reactions of organic compounds of the body, ecology, molecular genetics - DNA replication, transcription and translation; Mendelian genetics, human genetics, genetic engineering, classification, and evolution. This course meets the Michigan Merit Curriculum requirements for Life Science. This course is a year course and part of the semester sequence consisting of Chemistry 1, Physics 1, Biology 1, and Earth Science 1, an additional semester of either Chemistry 2 or Physics 2, and Health, meets the State of Michigan and National standards and benchmarks for all science students.  


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James Carrow,
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James Carrow,
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James Carrow,
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James Carrow,
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