NSES Content Standard C 
Life Science: Regulation and behavior
Grades 5-8, page 157

Behavior is one kind of response an organism can make to an internal or environmental stimulus. A behavioral response requires coordination and communication at many levels, including cells, organ systems, and whole organisms. Behavioral response is a set of actions determined in part by heredity and in part from experience.

Benchmark 6A The Human Organism: Human Identity
Grades 3-5, page 129
Unlike in human beings, behavior in insects and many other species is determined almost entirely by biological inheritance.

Benchmark 6C The Human Organism: Basic Functions
Grades 9-12, page 138
Communication between cells is required to coordinate their diverse activities. Some cells secrete substances that spread only to nearby cells. Others secrete hormones, molecules that are carried in the bloodstream to widely distributed cells that have special receptor sites to which they attach. Along nerve cells, electrical impulses carry information much more rapidly than is possible by diffusion or blood flow. Some drugs mimic or block the molecules involved in transmitting nerve or hormone signals and therefore disturb normal operations of the brain and body.

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.