State Standard: Reproduction is necessary for the continuation of every species.
BIG QUESTION: Which form of reproduction is best?
Reproduction: Chapter 11: MS Cell Division, Reproduction, and DNA (cK12 text book to help you understand concepts:)
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State Standard: The characteristics of an organism are a result of inherited traits received from parent(s).
BIG QUESTION: How are traits inherited?
Genetics: Chapter 12: MS Genetics (c-K12 text book to help you understand concepts:)
State Standard: Diversity of species occurs through gradual processes over many generations. Fossil records provide evidence that changes have occurred in number and types of species.
BIG QUESTIONS: How have species changed over time? How do we know?
The findings of Charles Darwin leading to the theory of evolution by natural selection, the history of life on Earth, and the evidence of evolution are discussed in this chapter.
This chapter discusses the idea that diversity of traits are present in a single species.
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Lab Safety Rap - video
What is a Scientist
Mass, Volume, Density
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