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Advanced Biology (AEE)


'Advanced Biology (AEE) ' is a course awarded by International Certificate of Christian Education on VerifyEd. General Overview In this course, students delve into the intricate world of living organisms, ecosystems, and their interactions. The course starts with an exploration of microscopic life, studying viruses, bacteria, protists, and fungi. Students learn about their structures, classifications, and roles in causing diseases, as well as their ecological significance and technological applications. Moving on to the plant kingdom, students grasp the diversity of plant life in South Africa, from bryophytes to angiosperms, understanding their reproduction, adaptations, and economic importance. The course then delves into animal classification and interactions within ecosystems, unveiling the array of animal body plans and modes of living. The intricacies of population dynamics, including factors affecting population sizes, growth patterns, and community dynamics, are uncovered. Students delve into the fundamental processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, understanding their roles in energy transfer and the differences between them. Throughout the journey, students are attuned to environmental issues, such as climate change, water availability, and loss of biodiversity, developing an appreciation for the intricate connections between organisms and their surroundings. In addition, they gain insights into vital physiological processes like nutrition, digestion, gaseous exchange, and excretion, building a holistic understanding of life's complexities. This course empowers students with the knowledge to comprehend the intricate web of life on Earth and the environmental challenges that shape our world.

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