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Organization of Life
Transcript of Organization of Life
Any definable region with substantial boundaries for multiple communities
Galapagos sea turtles, Antarctic penguins
Muscle, Bone, Blood, Liver
Homeostasis: BALANCE of all systems or reactions in every organism to maintain constant conditions supporting life
Metabolism: The sum total of ALL synthesis AND breakdown reactions that occur in an organism at any one time
THE two Key Terms!
The entire planet Earth!
Science: Global Ecology
Science: Zoology, Ecology, Sociology
Circulatory, Nervous, Digestive
Science: Anatomy and Physiology, Neurology, Pathology
Heart, Brain, Kidneys, Stomach
Science: Anatomy and Physiology
Muscle, Bone, Connective, Cardiac
Science: Histology, Biology, Anatomy
Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Vacuoles
Science: Cellular Biology
DNA, RNA, proteins, fats, carbohydrates
Carbon dioxide, molecular oxygen, water
Science: Chemistry, Microbiology, Organic Chemistry
Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon, Hydrogen
(Ain’t it neat how I picked these four as examples?
Anybody know why?)
, which make up protons, neutrons, electrons, quarks, positrons, mesons, neutrinos, etc.
Too small to see--actions and characteristics based on effects on other particles--THEORETICAL!!
Science: Particle physics
How do you know if something is “Alive”??
Characteristics of Life #5
Desert, Tundra, Rainforest
Look…a flock of seagulls!!!
Bird flocks, whale pods
The Organization of LIFE!
Let's start with smallest and work up and out...
Science: Population Biology, Ecology
Science: Population Biology