Humans are similar to other species in many ways, and yet are unique among Earth’s life forms
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Compare patterns of human development with those of other vertebrates.
Recognize that an organism can be described in terms of a combination of traits; and differentiate between inherited traits and those that result from interactions with the environment.
Describe the major changes that occur over time in human development from single cell through embryonic development to new born (i.e., group of cells during the first trimester, organs form during the second, organs mature during the third).
Using data provided, select evidence that supports the concept that genetic information is passed on from both parents to offspring.