Chapter 1 : The Study of Life
1:1 - Biology in Use
1:2 Measurements Used in Biology
1:3 Scientific Method
Chapter 2 : Features of Life and the Cell
2:1 Living Things and Their Parts
2:2 Cell Parts and Their Jobs
Complete pages 8-12 of this handout for homework. Due Thursday 10/14/2010
2:3 Special Cell Processes
Cell Project due Thursday October 27
Homeostasis (not in textbook)
1) What is homeostasis? One paragraph, in your own words, describing homeostasis and its functions. *If 2 paragraphs are written, there will be extra credit given*
The Human Body - Organ Systems
CHECK OUT THIS SITE FOR SOME HELP
More on the circulatory system
The Respiratory System
Check out this site for some help
Type a 1-2 page report on the Immune System or Endocrine System. Be sure to include details and explain how the system works as well as the organs associated.
Here's what you need to know and study for the final exam:
ALL vocabulary that we have studied from the beginning til now.
measurements - and how to convert them
microscope(s)- and their parts
cells- all of their parts and functions- - difference between animal and plant
*your cell projects that were done will help you tremendously!!!
scientific method - all parts of
3 of the 11 human body systems we have covered
difference between consumer and producer
difference between herbivore, omnivore, and canivore
Much of the test has been taken from homework that was assigned, quizzes given and tests given.
The required Labs for Living Environment are under the Important Links Tab
a project on AIDS. Needs to include: what AIDS is, how it is acquired, the side effects, history of AIDS, how it effects the body, etc.
The Immune System
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The Endocrine System
The following link is a useful tool while learning this system: http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_body/body_basics/endocrine.html#
The Nervous System
Here are some other topics covered: