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This comprehensive course contains 21 sections with 103 self-grading lessons, including final assessments. Two sections are available to try for free.
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The opening unit introduces students to the sciences, including the process of science and the underlying concepts from the physical sciences that provide a framework within which learners comprehend biological processes. Additionally, students will gain solid understanding of the structures, functions, and processes of the most basic unit of life: the cell.
This is the final assessment for Introduction to Biology. (Available when you subscribe.)
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The full course includes all 103 lessons, including 21 Final Assessments with Instructor Answer Keys.
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6.1. The Genome6.2. The Cell Cycle6.3. Cancer and the Cell Cycle6.4. Prokaryotic Cell DivisionFinal Assessment
In this unit, students will learn the intricacies of DNA, protein synthesis, and gene regulation and current applications of biotechnology and genomics.
9.1. The Structure of DNA9.2. DNA Replication9.3. Transcription9.4. Translation9.5. How Genes Are RegulatedFinal Assessment
An introduction to the form and function of the animal body is followed by chapters on the immune system and animal development. This unit touches on the biology of all organisms while maintaining an engaging focus on human anatomy and physiology that helps students connect to the topics.
16.1. Homeostasis and Osmoregulation16.2. Digestive System16.3. Circulatory and Respiratory Systems16.4. Endocrine System16.5. Musculoskeletal System16.6. Nervous SystemFinal Assessment
Describe how viruses were first discovered and how they are detectedExplain the detailed steps of viral replicationDescribe how vaccines are used in prevention and treatment of viral diseases
17.2. Innate Immunity17.3. Adaptive Immunity17.4. Disruptions in the Immune SystemFinal Assessment
Ecological concepts are broadly covered in this unit, with features highlighting localized, real-world issues of conservation and biodiversity.
19.1. Population Demographics and Dynamics19.2. Population Growth and Regulation19.3. The Human Population19.4. Community EcologyFinal Assessment
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