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AP Biology 1

Student Edition (arriving Fall 2017)

AP1-2
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Availability Fall 2017
Suitability Content and learning objectives address the AMENDED (2015) Advanced Placement Biology Curriculum Framework
ISBN 978-1-927309-62-9
Edition 2nd Edition
Format Paperback, US Letter, Two-colour (black & blue)
Number of Pages TBC

Product Arriving FALL 2017

Two workbooks for AP Biology

For ease of use, the full course work for AP Biology has been published as two companion titles.  AP Biology 2 is the companion to this title.  Each title can be purchased individually or as the AP Biology Bundle.  

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Features and Benefits

Contents

Biochemistry and Cell Biology

  • The Biochemistry of Life
  • The Internal Structure of Cells
  • Cell Membranes & Transport
  • Cellular Communication

Genetics

  • DNA and RNA
  • Chromosomes and Cell Division
  • Regulation of Gene Expression
  • Sources of Variation

Evolution

  • Genetic Change in Populations
  • Evidence for Biological Evolution
  • The Relatedness of Organisms
  • Speciation & Extinction
  • The Origin of Living Systems
  • 400+ activities across the two companion titles: Varied, engaging activities provide ample opportunity for students to explore and test their understanding of the content.
  • The four big ideas provide a thematic framework for presenting a wealth of illustrative examples to support the required content.
  • Concept maps make connections between key content areas.
  • A key idea for each activity and access to support online engages students and supports a deeper understanding.
  • Enduring understandings are clearly identified and developed through the learning objectives and their supporting activities.
  • Essential knowledge: Learning outcomes are based on the essential knowledge requirements of the AP Biology Curriculum Framework, outlining the knowledge and skills students must acquire.