Here you will find information for the course in general and information for the science fair.
- Welcome to Biology Honors!!
- Cells and Their EnvironmentThis topic
- Chapter 8- Genetics
Find resources and activities to better help you understand the history of genetics and how genetics traits are passed from generation to generation.
- DNA-Biotechnology and genetic engineering
Review videos for chapter 9....History of the DNA molecule.
You can also find assignments and resources to help you to better understand genetic engineering and biotechnology.
- The Fishes
PowerPoint for the Fishes taught in class.
- Chapter 23 - Plant Kingdom
Here you will find the Power Points used in class. Refer to them as you prepare for your chapter test. Power Points cover material in chapters 22 and 23.
- Mammals and the Mammalian Heart
Mammals and the Mammalian Heart
- Discussion Board Topics
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3. In responding the discussion questions posted, please answer the question completely.
4. You can suggest ideas, but remember we should base our opinions with evidence,
research, and scholarly writings. You are expected to support your comments with the
literature. You are encouraged to post internet links, articles in your postings to aid in
understanding however you must also include reference to scholarly literature.
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from 'I agree' or 'yes' replies; this will aid in respecting your classmates time spent in the
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responses positive and constructive.
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benefit of the doubt. Communicating on-line is very difficult. Not everyone has the needed
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alternative explanation or provide peers with additional information, such as an article or
- Animal Adaptations Infographic
Adaptations allow organisms to fill every niche on the planet in obedience to God's command to 'fill the earth' (Gen 1:22,28). Adaptations result from information already present in the organism's DNA that provides a specific advantage to the organism in the environment it lives.
Research an animal of interest; it must be from our study of fish or mammals. Learn about where it lives, what it eats, and how it successfully survives in its environment.
Then, using https://piktochart.com/ , build an informative infographic to display your findings. Once it is complete, share your findings with the class. You can download your work and save it as an image. Then share it with the class.
You are to view your classmates work and comment on 5 infographics. Look carefully at their work, critiquing it as you go. This is peer review and it is an essential part of doing research. Just be nice about what you have to say. Thanks.
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- Topic 19