Exploring Creation with Biology

(From Amazon): This course is designed to be the student s first high school science course. This is a college-prep biology course that provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology. Heavily emphasizing the vocabulary of biology, it provides the student with a strong background in the scientific method, the five-kingdom classification scheme, microscopy, biochemistry, cellular biology, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, dissection, and ecosystems. It also provides a complete survey of the five kingdoms in Creation. This course does not contain a discussion of human anatomy and physiology. This student text contains on-your-own questions and solutions, laboratory exercises, and chapter study guides. Color illustrations and diagrams. Contains three types of laboratory exercises: Household labs - Only household equipment is used. These labs should be done by all students. Microscope labs - Require a microscope + slide set. These labs are optional. Dissection labs - Require a dissection kit. These labs are optional Recommended by Laura Berquist Biology Syllabus Using Exploring Creation With Biology Laura Berquist Natural History Biology Syllabus, Our Lady of Victory Grade 10 , Seton H.S. Science, Seton Grade 10 Author: Dr. Jay Wile Marilyn F. Durnell Grades: 9 and up Number of Pages: Hardcover 594 Publisher: Apologia Educational Ministries ISBN 1-932012-54-0


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Resource Type
Print Status
In Print
Suggested Grades
9th - 10th
2nd Edition


  • 1 Introduction and What is Life
  • 2 DNA and Life, Energy Conversion and Life
  • 3 Sensing and Responding to Change, Reproduction
  • 4 Life's Secret Ingredient, The Scientific Method
  • 5 Limitations of the Scientific Method, Spontaneous Generation
  • 6 Biological Classification, Characteristics used to classify kingdoms
  • 7 Species, Biological Keys
  • 8 Experiment 1, Classification
  • 9 Alternate Forms of Taxonomy, The Microscope
  • 10 Experiment 1.2
  • 11 Kingdom Monera: Introduction, Bacteria
  • 12 Eating habits, Asexual Reproduction
  • 13 Genetic Recombination, Transformation and Transduction
  • 14 Endospore formation, Bacterial Colonies
  • 15 Experiment 2:1 Pond Life, Part A
  • 16 Classification, Classes
  • 17 Other systems, Specific Bacteria
  • 18 Conditions for Bacterial Infections, Preventing Infections
  • 19 Look at Microscopic World, Need microscope
  • 20 Experiment 2.2 Pond Life Part B ADD MORE LESSONS IN SCHEDULER
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