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Biology is the science of life. Do you know what life is? Can you define it?
Human Digestive System
Biology Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, and Excretory Systems
Introduces the organs and functions of the human digestive system.
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Reproduction and Human Development
Biology Human Biology
How the human body develops and reproduces.
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Humans and Insects
Biology Insects
Insects are a food source for humans but can also destroy crops and spread disease.
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Cells of the Human Body
Biology Organization of the Human Body
The human body is comprised of billions of cells that all have specific purposes.
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Human Genetics and Biotechnology
Biology Molecular Biology and Genetics
The study of genetic traits and diseases in humans.
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The Human Genome Project
Biology Biotechnology
An international endeavor to sequence the entire human genome. Completed in 2003.
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Human Population
Biology Population Growth
Describes early human population growth.
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Bacteria and Humans
Biology Microorganisms: Prokaryotes and Viruses
Introduces beneficial and harmful relationships between humans and bacteria.
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Fungi and Human Disease
Biology Protists and Fungi
A few fungi are parasitic and cause disease in humans. Others can release toxic compounds into the environment.
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Organization of the Human Body
Biology Human Bones, Muscles, and Skin
Introduces cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems in humans.
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