This second level course provides a hands-on approach to biological sciences through agriculture. Agriculture Biology is a laboratory science course designed for the college-bound student. The course emphasizes detailed knowledge of the biological principles of the following areas: molecular and cellular aspects of living things, structure and function of agricultural plants and animals, genetics, physiology, plant and animal diversity, and principles of classification, ecological relationships, and animal behavior. Concepts in animal and plant science, foreign and domestic agriculture history, public speaking, and parliamentary procedure also included.
Course # 13650
Course Term: Yearlong
Grade Levels: 9-10
Graduation Credit: Biological Science
CSU/UC: Lab Science (d)