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Levels of Organization from Cells to Biomes
Transcript of Levels of Organization from Cells to Biomes
from Cells to Biomes Cells Tissue Consists of similar cells that work together
Ex: connective tissue, epithelial tissue, muscle tissue, nerve tissue Consist of different tissue that function together to do a certain job.
Ex: heart, stomach, liver Organ System The smallest unit of life that is able to carry out all of the functions of living things.
Ex: muscle cells, cancer cells Organ Consists of different organs that work together for a specific function Ex: circulatory system,
digestive system Organism An individual that consists of one or more cells Ex: dogs, cats, humans Population A group of the same organisms living in the same area. Ex: dogs, cats, humans Community Consists of various populations of organisms that live together in the same area. Ex: animals in a jungle, people in a city or town Ecosystem A community interacting with its environment. Biome A group of ecosystems that habitat in the same area. Ex: tropical rain forest, grassland, or desert Sources Evers Christine A., Cecie Starr, and Lisa Starr. Biology Today and Tomorrow. Belmont: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning, 2010. Print. http://tlc.ousd.k12.ca.us/~acody/7cif7.html http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/world_biomes.htm Ex: plants and animals