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Next Start Date:
March 10, 2014
In this course, students will study the ways in which ecosystems are shaped by interactions among living organisms and their physical environment. The class will emphasize the states of change and balance that are constantly at force on the environment and will study the role humans and other organisms play in impacting those states. Units will include an exploration of the composition of organisms; the relationship between organs and organ systems; and the role of DNA in reproduction and genetic expression.
This course can be used toward the Science requirement for diploma-seeking students.
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