[Students in Biology Class]

[Students in Biology Class]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of five students in a biology class consisting of three girls and two guys. One girl is standing next to the biology table, two guys are sitting on the short end side of the table, and the other two girls are sitting next to each other in the middle of the table. The students sitting down each have their own microscopes, while the guy sitting on the right looks through his and writes down on his paper. There are glass jars and more microscopes visible behind the students.
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[Architectural rendering of Biology Building]

[Architectural rendering of Biology Building]

Date: [1961,1988]
Creator: Wilson, Patterson, Sowden, Dunlap, Epperly
Description: Photograph of the architect's rendering of the biology building for the North Texas State University.
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[Student in Biology Class]

[Student in Biology Class]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a student sitting in biology class with her microscope and test tubes resting on the table in front of her. She is holding a pencil as if she about to write on a sheet of paper.
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Syllabus for Advanced Placement Biology

Syllabus for Advanced Placement Biology

Date: August 1999
Creator: Turk, Cathy Christine
Description: The purpose of this syllabus is to provide a working copy to those teachers of the advanced placement biology course taught at the high school level. Reference materials used were the Texas Education Agency ( TEA ) approved Campbell text Biology and the College Board's, Advanced Placement Biology Laboratory Manual. The syllabus is divided into major topics with outlined notes and includes laboratory exercises as recommended by the College Board. The AP biology course is intended to be equivalent to college biology. College freshman biology courses can differ among colleges and among teachers within the same college. This syllabus is intended to serve as an aid to AP teachers, to cover the topics and experiments as set out by the College Board, and to the high school student, the necessary material to successfully complete the AP examination while providing freshman biology equivalence.
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[Dr. McBride, Biology]

[Dr. McBride, Biology]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Dr. McBride of the Biology department. He poses in a suit and tie.
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[Dr. McBride, Biology]

[Dr. McBride, Biology]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Dr. McBride of the Biology department. He poses in a suit and tie.
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Integrating Concepts in Modern Molecular Biology into a High School Biology Curriculum

Integrating Concepts in Modern Molecular Biology into a High School Biology Curriculum

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Date: August 2003
Creator: Parker, Timothy P.
Description: More so than any other science in the past several decades, Biology has seen an explosion of new information and monumental discoveries that have had a profound impact on much more than the science itself. Much of this has occurred at the molecular level. Many of these modern concepts, ideas, and technologies, as well as their historical context, can be easily understood and appreciated at the high school level. Moreover, it is argued here that the integration of this is critical for making biology relevant as a modern science. A contemporary high school biology curriculum should adequately reflect this newly acquired knowledge and how it has already has already begun to revolutionize medicine, agriculture, and the study of biology itself. This curriculum provides teachers with a detailed framework for integrating molecular biology into a high school biology curriculum. It is not intended to represent the curriculum for an entire academic year, but should be considered a significant component. In addition to examining key concepts and discoveries, it examines modern molecular techniques, their applications, and their relevance to science and beyond. It also provides several recommended labs and helpful protocols.
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[Biology Staff: Silvey, Tinney, 1942]

[Biology Staff: Silvey, Tinney, 1942]

Date: 1942?
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three men on top of a roof with a video camera aimed at the ground. Two of the men are wearing white coverall suits and one is wearing a sweater vest.
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[Biology - Study of Gull's in South Africa]

[Biology - Study of Gull's in South Africa]

Date: July 1, 1985
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two guys with baseball hats examining something in one of the mans hand next to their equipment. Behind them there is nothing but desert and different size rocks surrounding them.
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[Architectural rendering of Biology building # 2]

[Architectural rendering of Biology building # 2]

Date: [1961, 1988]
Creator: Wilson, Patterson, Sowden, Dunlap, Epperly
Description: Photograph of the architect's rendering of the biology building for the North Texas State University.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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