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Student Unit Expectations

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Biology: Structure & Function

Student Unit Expectations

 

In this unit I will…

 

_____ Compare and contrast living organisms that are single celled with multicellular organisms.

 

____  Illustrate and describe in writing the structure and the function of the cell membrane, cytoplasm, mitochondria and nucleus in an animal cell.

 

_____ Explain how the structure and function of multicellular organisms (animals) is dependent on the interaction of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems.

 

_____ Investigate and explain in writing the basic structure and function of the human skeletal system.

 

_____Be able to tell the difference between the structures and range of motion associated with ball, socket and hinge joints and relate human joints to simple machines

 

_____ Demonstrate how the muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones interact to support the human body and allow movement.

 

_____ Label the major parts of the human respiratory system and explain in writing the function of each part (nasal cavity, trachea, bronchi, lungs and diaphragm).

 

_____Label the major parts of the human circulatory system and explain in writing the function of each part (heart, veins, arteries and capillaries).

 

_____ Design and conduct controlled variable experiments to analyze the interaction between the circulatory and respiratory systems as the demand for oxygen changes.

 

_____ Label the major parts of the human digestive system and explain in writing the function of each part in the chemical and physical breakdown of food (mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine

 

 

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