Biology Curr Revised 03-08

Biology Curr Revised 03-08 - (,8,9and10 Alternative...

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                          12/2/2009
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Idaho Content Standards Concepts and Vocabulary Grade 10  (Actually covers grades 7, 8, 9 and 10)  Alternative explanations Hypothesis Model Observation System Theory Cells Communities DNA Entropy Evolution Macromolecules Organisms Organs Photosynthesis Respiration Species Synthesis A biotic Absorb Absorption Adaptation Additives Antibiotic Atomic mass Atomic number ATP Autotrophy Average Bacterium Biotic Blastocyst Cell transport Cellular respiration Centimeter Chemical reactivity Chloroplast Competition Concentration Daughter cell Decaying Decline Decomposer Dilated Differentiation Dispersion Distribute Divergence Dominant Durable Ecosystem Elements Embryonic Equivalent Fossil fuels Gene Glucose Habitat Heterogeneous Heterotroph Homogenous Hormone Inherited Isolation Lipid Mean Meiosis Meiotic Metals Micrometer Mitochondria Mitochondrion Mitosis Mitotic Molecule Mutations Nanometer Native Non-metals Non-native Nucleotide base Nucleus Organelle Oxygenation Percent Phenotype Plausible Population Predation Primary consumer Producer Product Protein Protein synthesis Pyruvate Radioactive decay Rate Reactant Recessive Recombination Replication Resistant Sediment Selection Silt Starch Stimuli Turgor Vacuole Zygote 12/2/2009
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Critical Content/Concept Web Unit Topic: Conceptual Lens: Grade:  12/2/2009 Unit Overview This unit traces the flow of energy and matter  through the biosphere.  A detailed look at how  that energy is introduced into the system, how  it moves thru the trophic levels, and the affect  it has on biogeochemical cycles is examined.  Unit Topic: Energy in the  Energy in the Biosphere 10 Cycles Biomes/Ecosystems Systems, Order and  organization Matter and Energy Flow Succession Respiration Energy and matter flow Cellular Respiration Synthesis of  macromolecules Biogeochemical Cycles Water Carbon Nitrogen Phosphorus Photosynthesis Energy source Process Leaf Pigments Energy Flow Flow in the  Biosphere Trophic Levels Pyramids Bio Mass
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Grade: 10 Subject: Biology Unit: Energy in the Biosphere Lens: Cycles Enduring Understandings Guiding Questions 1. Understand the Systems, Order, and Organization of  ecosystems. What is a system? What do we mean by order? What does the term organization mean in terms of a system? What is an ecosystem? How do these terms apply to the ecosystem? 2. Understand the Relationship between Matter and Energy in  Living Systems What is the law of conservation of matter and energy? What does it say about the quantity of matter and energy 
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2009 for the course BIO BIO130 taught by Professor Goralka during the Spring '09 term at Diablo Valley College.

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