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Levels of Organization

INM for presenting different levels of organization
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Sandra Jaquette

on 11 September 2013

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Transcript of Levels of Organization

Organ
Systems
-several different organs working together to perform a function
Organism
Population
Community
-a living thing
-can independently carry out all functions of life
-6 kingdoms of organisms
-All the organisms that both belong to the same species and live in the same geographical area.
-groups of different populations living in a given area
Ecosystem
-group of communities (biotic) interacting with the non-living (abiotic) environment that they occupy.
-The part of the earth in
which living things exist.
Includes oceans, part of
earth's crust and
atmosphere.
BIOSPHERE
include 2 or more types of tissues
Example?
ORGANS
Group of cells working together to perform a common function
TISSUE
Smallest unit of life
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Cells
Organelles
Made of different molecules
specialized subunit in the cell
Examples?
Nucleolus
Nucleus
Formed when bonds occur between different atoms
Example?
MOLECULES
Fundamental particle of matter
consists of protons, neutrons & electrons
ATOMS

All biological macro-molecules are made up of a small number
of molecules

MACROMOLECULES
Big Four****





LIPIDS
CARBOHYDRATES
PROTEINS
DNA
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