EDITABLE Life Science Interactive Notebook Input Notes

EDITABLE Life Science Interactive Notebook Input Notes
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100% Editable one-page Life Science interactive notebook input notes!

About this Product:
Are you looking for an editable version of my INB input notes? Then this product is for you! This product includes editable word documents of the input notes included in my Life Science interactive notebook units. You can use this product to easily edit content in the notes of my individual Life Science INB Units.

Alternatively, you can use this product as a standalone resource to help you:
• Organize content pertinent to Life Science topics
• Deliver Life Science content in a concise manner
• Summarize information for students who require modified notes
• Review important Life Science concepts before examinations
• Create your own interactive notebook activities

Important Note:
Do NOT purchase this product if you have already purchased an Interactive Notebook OR Curriculum Bundle. These notes are included in bundled products such as the Life Science Differentiated INB Bundle, Upper Elementary Life Science INB Bundle, Intermediate Life Science INB Bundle and Life Science Curriculum Bundle.

Editable notes for individual Life Science INB units are NOT for sale.

This product includes one-page notes for the following topics/chapters:
Animal Adaptations Unit
Chapter 1: Types of Animals
Chapter 2: Animal Needs
Chapter 3: External Animal Parts
Chapter 4: Types of Adaptations (Physical vs. Behavioral)
Chapter 5: Aquatic Animal Adaptations
Chapter 6: Feeding Adaptations
Chapter 7: Locomotion Adaptations
Chapter 8: Body Covering Adaptations
Chapter 9: Defense Adaptations
Chapter 10: Winter Adaptations
Chapter 11: Extreme Environment Adaptations
Chapter 12: Instincts vs. Learned Behavior
Chapter 13: Behavioral Adaptations Pt 1
Chapter 14: Behavioral Adaptations Pt 2
Chapter 15: Seasonal Behavior
Chapter 16: Life Cycle Adaptations
Chapter 17: Animal Intelligence
Chapter 18: Animal Communication
Chapter 19: Thermoregulation
Chapter 20: Endotherms vs. Ectotherms

Cells Unit
Chapter 1: Cell Theory
Chapter 2: Unicellular vs. Multicellular
Chapter 3: Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes
Chapter 4: 4 Major Types of Cells (Bacteria, Protists, Animal Cells, Plant Cells)
Chapter 5: Animal Cell
Chapter 6: Plant Cell
Chapter 7: Comparing Plant & Animal Cells
Chapter 8: Bacterium
Chapter 9: Protists
Chapter 10: The Cell Membrane
Chapter 11: Cell Receptors & Communication
Chapter 12: Cell Transport (Passive and Active Transport)
Chapter 13: Osmosis
Chapter 14: Endocytosis vs. Exocytosis

Cell Division Unit
Chapter 1: Why do cells divide?
Chapter 2: Cell Growth & Cycle
Chapter 3: Mitosis
Chapter 4: Animal vs. Plant Mitosis
Chapter 5: Meiosis
Chapter 6: Mitosis vs. Meiosis
Chapter 7: Recombination (Independent Assortment, Crossing Over)
Chapter 8: Nondisjunction
Chapter 9: Abnormal Cell Growth

Classification of Living Things Unit
Chapter 1: What is a living thing?
Chapter 2: Important Life Functions
Chapter 3: Classifying Organisms
Chapter 4: Taxonomy
Chapter 5: Three Domains
Chapter 6: Bacteria vs. Archaea
Chapter 7: Eukaryota Kingdoms
Chapter 8: Major Animal Phyla
Chapter 9: Vertebrates
Chapter 10: Invertebrates
Chapter 11: Binomial Nomenclature

Ecology Unit
Chapter 1: What is ecology?
Chapter 2: Living vs. Nonliving Things
Chapter 3: Types of Organisms (Producer, Consumer, Decomposer)
Chapter 4: Types of Consumers
Chapter 5: The Role of the Sun
Chapter 6: Food Chains
Chapter 7: Energy Flow Through a Food Chain
Chapter 8: Energy Pyramid
Chapter 9: Ecological Relationships (Competition, Predation & Types of Symbiosis)
Chapter 10: Important Ecological Roles
Chapter 11: Nutrient Cycling (Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide & Water)
Chapter 12: Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide Cycling
Chapter 13: Water Cycle
Chapter 14: Carbon Cycle
Chapter 15: Ecological Organization
Chapter 16: Impact of Environmental Change
Chapter 17: Carrying Capacity
Chapter 18: Biomes
Chapter 19: Freshwater Ecosystems
Chapter 20: Marine Ecosystems
Chapter 21: Ecological Succession
Chapter 22: Biodiversity
Chapter 23: Why is biodiversity important?

Evolution and Natural Selection Unit
Chapter 1: What is evolution?
Chapter 2: Theory of Natural Selection
Chapter 3: Variation & Species Diversity
Chapter 4: Frequency of Traits
Chapter 5: Competition for Resources
Chapter 6: Evidence for Evolution
Chapter 7: Comparative Embryology
Chapter 8: Comparative Anatomy
Chapter 9: Fossils
Chapter 10: Using Fossils to Study Climate
Chapter 11: Fossil Record
Chapter 12: DNA as a Molecular Clock
Chapter 13: Phylogenetic Trees
Chapter 14: Changes in the Environment
Chapter 15: Endangerment & Extinction
Chapter 16: Artificial Selection

The Five Senses and Sensory Processing Unit
Chapter 1: The Five Senses
Chapter 2: Vision
Chapter 3: Hearing
Chapter 4: Taste (Gustation)
Chapter 5: Smell (Olfaction)
Chapter 6: Touch (Somatosensory)
Chapter 7: Processing Sensory Information
Chapter 8: Responding to Sensory Information
Chapter 9: Reflexes

Heredity and Genetics Unit
Chapter 1: What is heredity?
Chapter 2: Inherited vs. Learned Traits
Chapter 3: The Environment & Traits Part 1 (Examples)
Chapter 4: The Environment & Traits Part 2 (Mechanisms)
Chapter 5: Introduction to Genetics
Chapter 6: Human Heredity
Chapter 7: Chromosomes & Karyotyping
Chapter 8: Mendel’s Experiment & Laws
Chapter 9: Dominant & Recessive Alleles
Chapter 10: Punnett Squares
Chapter 11: Non-Mendelian Genetics
Chapter 12: DNA
Chapter 13: RNA
Chapter 14: Transcription & Translation
Chapter 15: DNA Replication
Chapter 16: Mutations
Chapter 17: Genetic Diseases
Chapter 18: Pedigrees
Chapter 19: Genetic Technologies (Genetic Engineering, Gene Therapy, Cloning, Stem Cells)
Chapter 20: Gel Electrophoresis

�� Homeostasis, Immunity and Disease Unit
Chapter 1: Homeostasis
Chapter 2: Maintaining Homeostasis
Chapter 3: Feedback Mechanism
Chapter 4: Regulating Body Temperature
Chapter 5: Regulating Blood Sugar
Chapter 6: Responding to Internal Stimuli
Chapter 7: Disrupting Homeostasis
Chapter 8: Disease
Chapter 9: Causes of Disease
Chapter 10: Germ Theory
Chapter 11: Infectious Disease (Types of Pathogens)
Chapter 12: Antibiotics & Resistance
Chapter 13: Leading Diseases in the US
Chapter 14: Immune System
Chapter 15: Lymphatic System
Chapter 16: Types of White Blood Cells
Chapter 17: Types of Immunity
Chapter 18: Immune System Responses (3 Lines of Defense)
Chapter 19: Allergic Diseases
Chapter 20: HIV

Human Body Unit
Chapter 1: The Human Body (External Parts)
Chapter 2: Levels of Organization
Chapter 3: Types of Tissue
Chapter 4: Human Body Systems
Chapter 5: Major Organs
Chapter 6: Skin (Integumentary System)
Chapter 7: Skeletal System
Chapter 8: Muscular System
Chapter 9: Neurons
Chapter 10: Divisions of the Nervous System
Chapter 11: The Brain
Chapter 12: Circulation
Chapter 13: Blood Vessels
Chapter 14: Blood
Chapter 15: The Heart
Chapter 16: Respiratory System
Chapter 17: Gas Exchange
Chapter 18: Digestive System
Chapter 19: Digestion
Chapter 20: Endocrine System
Chapter 21: Hormones
Chapter 22: Excretion
Chapter 23: Organ Systems Work Together
Chapter 24: Locomotion
Chapter 25: Communication in the Body (Hormones vs. Nerve Impulses)
Chapter 26: Fueling the Body (Cellular Respiration)
Chapter 27: Five Senses

Human Impact Unit
Chapter 1: Earth’s Resources
Chapter 2: Human Impact on the Environment
Chapter 3: Negative Environmental Impact
Chapter 4: Pollution
Chapter 5: Air Pollution
Chapter 6: Water Pollution
Chapter 7: Acid Rain
Chapter 8: Land Pollution
Chapter 9: Ozone Depletion
Chapter 10: Global Warming
Chapter 11: Evidence for Climate Change
Chapter 12: Human Population Growth
Chapter 13: Human Impact on Other Species (Invasive Species, Direct Harvesting, Deforestation)
Chapter 14: Biological Magnification
Chapter 15: Conservation & Sustainability
Chapter 16: Solving Environmental Problems

Life Cycle Unit
Chapter 1: Animal Life Cycle
Chapter 2: Plant Life Cycle
Chapter 3: Metamorphosis (Complete vs. Incomplete Metamorphosis)
Chapter 4: Frog Life Cycle
Chapter 5: Butterfly Life Cycle
Chapter 6: Chicken Life Cycle
Chapter 7: Flowering Plant Life Cycle
Chapter 8: Parent vs. Offspring

Metabolism and Nutrition Unit
Chapter 1: Important Nutrients
Chapter 2: What is food used for?
Chapter 3: What affects calorie need?
Chapter 4: Metabolism
Chapter 5: What affects metabolism?
Chapter 6: Nutrition Imbalance

Microscopes Unit
Chapter 1: Types of Microscopes
Chapter 2: Light Microscope
Chapter 3: Microscope Care & Safety
Chapter 4: Using a Light Microscope Part 1 (Preparing a Specimen, Viewing, Centering)
Chapter 5: Using a Light Microscope Part 2 (Magnification, Focusing, Adjusting Light)
Chapter 6: Microscopic Measurement

Plants Unit
Chapter 1: Types of Plants
Chapter 2: Plant Needs
Chapter 3: Plant Structure
Chapter 4: Flower Anatomy
Chapter 5: Leaf Structure
Chapter 6: Deciduous vs. Coniferous
Chapter 7: Types of Angiosperms (Monocots & Dicots)
Chapter 8: Plant Reproduction
Chapter 9: Seed Dispersal
Chapter 10: Seed vs. Spore
Chapter 11: Angiosperm Reproduction
Chapter 12: Gymnosperm Reproduction
Chapter 13: Vegetative Propagation
Chapter 14: Growth Patterns in Angiosperms
Chapter 15: Plant Environmental Adaptations
Chapter 16: Plant Defense Adaptation
Chapter 17: Leaf Adaptations
Chapter 18: Stem Adaptations
Chapter 19: Extreme Environment Adaptations
Chapter 20: Responding to the Environment
Chapter 21: Water Regulation (Stomata)
Chapter 22: Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide Cycling
Chapter 23: Photosynthesis
Chapter 24: Plant vs. Algae
Chapter 25: Symbiotic Relationships (Plants, Algae & other Organisms)
Chapter 26: Plant Uses

Reproduction and Development Unit
Chapter 1: Forms of Reproduction
Chapter 2: Asexual Reproduction
Chapter 3: Sexual Reproduction
Chapter 4: Growth and Development
Chapter 5: Patterns of Development (Direct Development, Metamorphosis)
Chapter 6: Fertilization & Development (Internal vs. External)
Chapter 7: Embryonic Development
Chapter 8: Female Reproductive System
Chapter 9: Male Reproductive System
Chapter 10: Gametes
Chapter 11: Menstrual Cycle
Chapter 12: Human Development
Chapter 13: Fetal Development Hazards
Chapter 14: Reproductive Technologies (Artificial Insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, Cloning)

Input Notes File Format Information:
The input notes are saved as .docx files. The fonts are safe for use with Microsoft Office Word and come with most Microsoft Office versions.

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Total Pages
283 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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