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High School Life Science

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Table of Contents

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  1. Studying Life
  2. Introduction to Living Organisms
  3. Cells and Their Structures
  4. Cell Functions
  5. Cell Division, Reproduction, and DNA
  6. Genetics
  7. Evolution
  8. Prokaryotes
  9. Protists and Fungi
  10. Plants
  11. Introduction to Invertebrates
  12. Other Invertebrates
  13. Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles
  14. Birds and Mammals
  15. Behavior of Animals
  16. Skin, Bones, and Muscles
  17. Food and the Digestive System
  18. Cardiovascular System
  19. Respiratory and Excretory Systems
  20. Controlling the Body
  21. Diseases and the Body's Defenses
  22. Reproductive Systems and Life Stages
  23. From Populations to the Biosphere
  24. Ecosystem Dynamics
  25. Environmental Problems


This book was originally developed by the CK-12 Foundation, a non-profit organization with a mission to reduce the cost of textbook materials for the K-12 market both in the U.S. and worldwide. This textbook has been designed to meet California and U.S. standards.

The material may not be the current form of the book, as it is rarely updated.