Explaining & Analyzing Physical Structures in Biology: Practice Problems

Instructor: Artem Cheprasov
This lesson gives you numerous thought provoking questions that test you knowledge of the different parts and structure of biology, especially as it pertains to the human body.

Now that you've completed the lessons in your course, use the exercises shown here to practice applying your new-found knowledge. This is not a mandatory part of your coursework, but is useful practice.

Biological Parts & Processes

One of the coolest, but also most annoying, parts of biology is the fact that it is so intricate in its detail. It's so complex that it can be very confusing. Often, this is because we spend a lot of time memorizing the details and completely missing the process. This means understanding how things work based on its components as opposed to memorizing the components alone.

This lesson will give you several question prompts that will get you thinking about why something does what it does based on its various structures or components. Not all of these questions and prompts have definite answers. Come up with a hypothesis of your own first and then do your research to find out what some scientists think is the correct answer and why.

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