Topic outline

  • Important information

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  • Introduction to Science


    Pages: 4Files: 3
  • Lab Safety and Scientific Method

    Pages: 7Files: 6Quiz: 1
  • Chapter 1: Exploring and Classifying Life

    Pages: 14Files: 17Assignments: 5Quiz: 1
  • Chapter 2:CELLS

    Pages: 44Files: 22Assignments: 12
  • Cell Processes

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    Pages: 36Files: 29Assignments: 13Quizzes: 2
  • CHAPTER 4: CELL REPRODUCTION

    Cellular reproduction is a process by which cells duplicate their contents and then divide to yield two cells with similar, if not duplicate, contents. Understanding this process is helpful in understanding the basis for human reproduction as well as the basis for the generation of life in other classes of organisms. Cell reproduction does not always result in new independent cells. It is also essential to growth and development as well as in the day-to-day maintenance of many human cells.
       

    Pages: 15Files: 12Quiz: 1Assignment: 1
  • STEM FAIR 2018

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    Pages: 34Files: 16Assignments: 14
  • PROTISTS AND FUNGI


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    Vocabulary terms:

    • Protists
    • algae
    • flagellum
    • protozoan
    • cilia
    • pseudopod

     

    Pages: 12Assignments: 6Files: 12Quiz: 1
  • Plants

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    The Plant Kingdom contains all multi-cellular plants that use sunlight and water to produce their own food through photosynthesis. 

    Plants contain chlorophyll which is necessary to perform photosynthesis, they are stationary, and their cell walls contain cellulose. 

    Cellulose is the material that gives plants their crispness. There are 260,000 know species of plants.

    Pages: 5Files: 2Assignments: 2