NSES Content Standard C 
Life Science: Reproduction and heredity
Grades 5-8, page 157

The characteristics of an organism can be described in terms of a combination of traits. Some traits are inherited and others result from interactions with the environment.

Benchmark 5B The Living Environment: Heredity
Grades 3-5, page 107
Some likenesses between children and parents, such as eye color in human beings, or fruit or flower color in plants, are inherited. Other likenesses, such as people's table manners or carpentry skills, are learned.

Benchmark 6D The Human Organism: Learning
Grades 9-12, page 142
Differences in the behavior of individuals arise from the interaction of heredity and experience--the effect of each depends on what the other is. Even instinctive behavior may not develop well if the individual is exposed to abnormal conditions.

Benchmark 7A Human Society: Cultural Effects on Behavior
Grades 9-12, page 156
Heredity, culture, and personal experience interact in shaping human behavior. Their relative importance in most circumstances is not clear.