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B.2 Describe the relationship between an enzyme and its substrate molecule(s). B.3 Investigate the properties (surface tension, cohesion, adhesion, polarity, p H) and importance of water and its significance for life. B.4 Explain the role of energy (activation, endergonic, & exergonic) in chemical reactions of living systems.

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B.3 Identify sources of bias that could affect experimental outcome NS.11.

B.4 Gather and analyze data using appropriate summary statistic NS.11.

B.1 Explain why science is limited to natural explanations of how the world works NS.10.

B.2 Compare and contrast hypotheses, theories, and laws NS.10.

Standard 12: Students shall demonstrate an understanding of current life science theories.

Standard 13: Students shall use mathematics, science equipment, and technology as tools to communicate and solve life science problems Standard 14: Students shall describe the connections between pure and applied science Standard 15: Students shall describe various life science careers and the training required for the selected career NS.10.

B.2 Research and apply appropriate safety precautions (refer to ADE Guidelines) when designing and/or conducting scientific investigations NS.11.

Nature of Science Standard 10: Students shall demonstrate an understanding that science is a way of knowing.

Standard 11: Students shall design and safely conduct scientific inquiry.

B.5 Formulate valid conclusions without bias NS.11.

B.6 Communicate experimental results using appropriate reports, figures, and tables NS.12.

B.2 Research and apply appropriate safety precautions (refer to ADE Guidelines) when designing and/or conducting scientific investigations NS.11.

Nature of Science Standard 10: Students shall demonstrate an understanding that science is a way of knowing.

Standard 11: Students shall design and safely conduct scientific inquiry.

B.5 Formulate valid conclusions without bias NS.11.

B.6 Communicate experimental results using appropriate reports, figures, and tables NS.12.

B.1 Compare and contrast the structure and function of mitochondria and chloroplasts. B.2 Describe and model the conversion of stored energy (glycolysis, citric acid cycle, electron transport chain) in organic molecules into usable cellular energy (ATP). B.3 Compare and contrast aerobic and anaerobic respiration (lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation). B.5 Compare and contrast cellular respiration and photosynthesis as energy conversion pathways.