Animalia Why was the determination of the actual sequence of the human genome considered to be descriptive science? It did not involve deductive reasoning. It did not involve hypothesis-driven research. It involved hypothesis-driven research. It involved deductive reasoning. You look outside and realize that your grass needs to be mowed.
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Chapter Essential Knowledge covered 3. Animals have nervous systems that detect Synapses: Where Neurons Communicate with external and internal signals, transmit and integrate Other Cells information, and produce responses. Required content for the AP Course Illustrative examples Content not covered in this textbook required for the - teach at least one AP Course Epinephrine stimulation of glycogen breakdown in mammals p; Neurotransmitters p; Acetylcholine, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Dopamine Serotonin, and GABA p Forebrain cerebrum , midbrain brainstem , and hindbrain cerebellum , Right and left cerebral hemispheres in humans p The Peripheral Nervous System: Sensory and external and internal signals, transmit and integrate Motor Neurons information, and produce responses.
Sensory Systems Overview of Sensory Receptors 3. Animals have nervous systems that detect external and internal signals, transmit and integrate information, and produce responses. Mechanoreceptors: Touch and Pressure 3. Hearing, Vibration, and Detection of Body Position Chemoreceptors: Taste, Smell, and pH Vision Essential Knowledge covered Chapter The Endocrine System Regulation of Body Processes by Chemical Messengers Actions of Lipophilic Versus Hydrophilic Hormones The Major Peripheral Endocrine Glands Other Hormones and Their Effects 2.
The Musculoskeletal System Types of Skeletal Systems A Closer Look at Bone Joints and Skeletal Movement Nervous and muscular p Muscle Contraction Modes of Animal Locomotion Chapter The Digestive System Types of Digestive Systems 2. Essential Knowledge covered 2. The Intestines: Breakdown, Absorption, and Elimination 4. Variations in Vertebrate Digestive Systems Neural and Hormonal Regulation of the Digestive Tract Accessory Organ Function Gills, Cutaneous Respiration, and Tracheal Systems Lungs Chapter The Respiratory System Gas Exchange Across Respiratory Surfaces 2.
Essential Knowledge covered Structures and Mechanisms of Ventilation in Mammals 2. Required content for the AP Course Illustrative examples Content not covered in this textbook required for the - teach at least one AP Course Transport of Gases in Body Fluids Chapter The Circulatory System The Components of Blood Invertebrate Circulatory Systems 2. Characteristics of Blood Vessels Osmotic Regulation and the Urinary System Osmolarity and Osmotic Balance 2.
Osmoregulatory Organs 2. Evolution of the Vertebrate Kidney 2. Illustrative examples Content not covered in this textbook required for the - teach at least one AP Course Excretory systems in flatworms, earthworms, and vertebrates p; Osmoregulation in bacteria, fish and protists p; Birds songs p Nitrogenous waste production and elimination in aquatic and terrestrial animals p; Excretion of wastes p The Mammalian Kidney 2. Hormonal Control of Osmoregulatory Functions 2.
Innate Immunity 2. Adaptive Immunity 2. Cell-Mediated Immunity 2. Humoral Immunity and Antibody Production 2. Autoimmunity and Hypersensitivity Antibodies in Medical Treatment and Diagnosis Pathogens That Evade the Immune System 2. Required content for the AP Course Illustrative examples Content not covered in this textbook required for the - teach at least one AP Course Diabetes, heart disease, neurological disease, autoimmune disease, cancer, cholera p Chapter The Reproductive System Animal Reproductive Strategies Vertebrate Fertilization and Development Contraception and Infertility Treatments Chapter Animal Development Fertilization 2.
Cleavage and the Blastula Stage 2. Gastrulation 2. Organogenesis 2.
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