In AP Biology, homeschoolers will learn the information they need to succeed on AP Science exams.  Students who wish to pursue biological science in college are encouraged to enroll in this AP course.  Homeschool students will review basic chemistry and focus on cell structure and function in the beginning of the year.  They will cover photosynthesis, DNA and RNA, genetics,  and evolutionary theory.  Homeschoolers will finish off the year with an in-depth study of the various functional systems found in the anatomy of animals such as circulatory, skeletal, digestive, and nervous systems.

Course Outline:

  1: Introduction & Basic Chemistry

  2: Introduction & Basic Chemistry Continued

  3: Cell Structure and Function

  4: Cell membranes

  5: Photosynthesis

  6: Putting It All Together

  7: DNA and RNA

  8: Cell Cycle & Protein Synthesis

  9: Mitosis Specifics and Issues

10: Mitosis Specifics and Issues continued

11: Heredity and Meiosis

12: Genes and Chromosomes

13: Genetics

14: Genetic Applications

15: Putting It All Together

16: History of Evolutionary Thought

17: Evolutionary Theories

18: Putting It All Together

19: Organism Diversity and Classification

20: Plant and Animal Groups

21: Basic Organization

22: Circulation & Respiratory

23: Circulatory, Respiratory and Immune

24: Nervous, Endocrine & Sensory

25: Digestive (Nutrition) & Excretion

26: Musculoskeletal

27: Organization

28: Reproduction

29: Embryology & Development

30: Systems

31: Nutrition & Reproduction

32: Population Dynamics

33: Community Ecology

34: Animal Behavior

35: Global Issues & Ecology

36: Final Exam

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