Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of the cell biology and physiology. To ensure a rigorous view of cell biology and physiology and their underlying structures, candidates have a deep conceptual knowledge of the subject matter. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental life processes of plants and animals that depend on a variety of chemical reactions that occur in specialized areas of an organism’s cells. They recognize the coordination of organ systems and the relationship of structure to function. They use this understanding to apply the concepts of homeostasis and its mechanisms to the regulation of human body systems.
This course is part of the following California Commission on Teacher Credentialing program(s):
Note: This course is designed for K-12 California teachers preparing to take the CSET Biology/Life Science Exam. There are no prerequisites for this course.
Course Number: BIOL-30000
Credit: 0.00 unit(s)