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Biology University Stream af Mind Map: Biology University Stream

1. B1. Relating Science to Technology, Society, and the Environment

1.1. SNC1D

1.1.1. B1. assess the impact of human activities on the sustainability of terrestrial and/or aquatic ecosystems, and evaluate the effectiveness of courses of action intended to remedy or mitigate negative impacts;

1.2. SNC2D

1.2.1. B1 evaluate the importance of medical and other technological developments related to systems biology, and analyse their societal and ethical implications;

1.3. SBI3U

1.3.1. B. Diversity of Living Things B1. analyse the effects of various human activities on the diversity of living things;

1.3.2. C. Evolution C1. analyse the economic and environmental advantages and disadvantages of an artificial selection technology, and evaluate the impact of environmental changes on natural selection and endangered species;

1.3.3. D. Genetic Processes D1. evaluate the importance of some recent contributions to our knowledge of genetic processes, and analyse social and ethical implications of genetic and genomic research;

1.3.4. E. Animals: Structure and Function E1. analyse the relationships between changing societal needs, technological advances, and our understanding of internal systems of humans;

1.3.5. F. Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function F1. evaluate the importance of sustainable use of plants to Canadian society and other cultures;

1.4. SBI4U

1.4.1. B. Biochemistry B1. analyse technological applications of enzymes in some industrial processes, and evaluate technological advances in the field of cellular biology;

1.4.2. C. Metabolic Processes C1. analyse the role of metabolic processes in the functioning of biotic and abiotic systems, and evaluate the importance of an understanding of these processes and related technologies to personal choices made in everyday life;

1.4.3. D. Molecular Genetics D1. analyse some of the social, ethical, and legal issues associated with genetic research and biotechnology;

1.4.4. E. Homeostasis E1. evaluate the impact on the human body of selected chemical substances and of environmental factors related to human activity;

1.4.5. F. Population Dynamics F1. analyse the relationships between population growth, personal consumption, technological development, and our ecological footprint, and assess the effectiveness of some Canadian initiatives intended to assist expanding populations;

2. B2. Developing Skills of Investigation and Communication

2.1. SNC1D

2.1.1. B2. investigate factors related to human activity that affect terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and explain how they affect the sustainability of these ecosystems;

2.2. SNC2D

2.2.1. B2. investigate cell division, cell specialization, organs, and systems in animals and plants, using research and inquiry skills, including various laboratory techniques;

2.3. SBI3U

2.3.1. B. Diversity of Living Things B2. investigate, through laboratory and/or field activities or through simulations, the principles of scientific classification, using appropriate sampling and classification techniques;

2.3.2. C. Evolution C2. investigate evolutionary processes, and analyse scientific evidence that supports the theory of evolution;

2.3.3. D. Genetic Processes D2. investigate genetic processes, including those that occur during meiosis, and analyse data to solve basic genetics problems involving monohybrid and dihybrid crosses;

2.3.4. E. Animals: Structure and Function E2. investigate, through laboratory inquiry or computer simulation, the functional responses of the respiratory and circulatory systems of animals, and the relationships between their respiratory, circulatory, and digestive systems;

2.3.5. F. Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function F2. investigate the structures and functions of plant tissues, and factors affecting plant growth;

2.4. SBI4U

2.4.1. B. Biochemistry B2. investigate the chemical structures, functions, and chemical properties of biological molecules involved in some common cellular processes and biochemical reactions;

2.4.2. C. Metabolic Processes C2. investigate the products of metabolic processes such as cellular respiration and photosynthesis;

2.4.3. D. Molecular Genetics D2. investigate, through laboratory activities, the structures of cell components and their roles in processes that occur within the cell;

2.4.4. E. Homeostasis E2. investigate the feedback mechanisms that maintain homeostasis in living organisms;

2.4.5. F. Population Dynamics F2. investigate the characteristics of population growth, and use models to calculate the growth of populations within an ecosystem;

3. B3. Understanding Basic Concepts

3.1. SNC1D

3.1.1. B3. demonstrate an understanding of the dynamic nature of ecosystems, particularly in terms of ecological balance and the impact of human activity on the sustainability of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

3.2. SNC2D

3.2.1. B3. demonstrate an understanding of the hierarchical organization of cells, from tissues, to organs, to systems in animals and plants.

3.3. SBI3U

3.3.1. B. Diversity of Living Things B3. demonstrate an understanding of the diversity of living organisms in terms of the principles of taxonomy and phylogeny.

3.3.2. C. Evolution C3. demonstrate an understanding of the theory of evolution, the evidence that supports it, and some of the mechanisms by which it occurs.

3.3.3. D. Genetic Processes D3. demonstrate an understanding of concepts, processes, and technologies related to the transmission of hereditary characteristics.

3.3.4. E. Animals: Structure and Function E3. demonstrate an understanding of animal anatomy and physiology, and describe disorders of the respiratory, circulatory, and digestive systems.

3.3.5. F. Plants: Anatomy, Growth, and Function F3. demonstrate an understanding of the diversity of vascular plants, including their structures, internal transport systems, and their role in maintaining biodiversity.

3.4. SBI4U

3.4.1. B. Biochemistry B3. demonstrate an understanding of the structures and functions of biological molecules, and the biochemical reactions required to maintain normal cellular function.

3.4.2. C. Metabolic Processes C3. demonstrate an understanding of the chemical changes and energy conversions that occur in metabolic processes.

3.4.3. D. Molecular Genetics D3. demonstrate an understanding of concepts related to molecular genetics, and how genetic modification is applied in industry and agriculture

3.4.4. E. Homeostasis E3. demonstrate an understanding of the anatomy and physiology of human body systems, and explain the mechanisms that enable the body to maintain homeostasis

3.4.5. F. Population Dynamics F3. demonstrate an understanding of concepts related to population growth, and explain the factors that affect the growth of various populations of species.