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Biodiversity Concept Map

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Herbert Susi

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Transcript of Biodiversity Concept Map

Biodiversity
Living Things
Characteristics
Adapt Through Evolution
Responsiveness
Homeostasis
Heredity
Metabolism
Reproduction
Cellular
Organization
made up of
Over time
happened
species go through
Change
Adaptation
Species obtain
Physical Characteristics
changes
such as
Stimuli
light
pressure
sound
organism reacts to
such as
such as
Growth and
Development
stable state of
Conditions
needed for
Survival
such as
Blood Pressure
Genetics
Resemble Parents
transmission of
causes offspring to
Autotrophs
Heterotrophs
Makes its own food
Ingests food
organism
organism has to
photosynthesis
example
Asexual
Sexual
could be
could be
Combined
Partner
DNA is
organism needs a
Meiosis
cells go through
Duplicated
On it's own
Mitosis
DNA is
organism reproduces
cells go through
which includes
which includes
which includes
Cells
Multicellular
Unicellular
Organelles
Cell theory
Cell Division
made up of
made up of
Nucleus
Mitochondria
example
example
process called
organism could be
reproduces by
there is a
2 types
Prokaryotic Cells
Eukaryotic cells
there are
one is
one is
Viruses
Domains
Classification
Simple
Membrane-bound
Complex
it is
it is
has a
doesn't have a
Bacterial Cells
includes all
Plant cells
Animal Cells
Fungi cells
Protist Cells
includes all
includes all
includes all
cells
unit of life
pre-living cells
all organisms have
are the basic
cells come from
Multiple cells
One cell
made up of
made of only
euglena
example
example
Legend
= kingdom
= Phylum
= Subphylum
= Class
= Subclass
= Order
= Family
= Genus
= Species
Clown
Fish
Animalia
Plantae
Protists
Fungi
Eubacteria
Bacteria
Archaea
Eukarya
Archaebacteria
classified in
sorted out by
includes
made of
consists of
consists of
consists of
made up of
made up of
made up of
includes the kingdom
includes the kingdom
includes the kingdom
includes the kingdom
includes the kingdom
includes the kingdom
Binary Fission
Conjugation
reproduces by
reproduces by
Oldest
Inhabitable
regions
Acidic
regions
Salty
regions
Phyla
has 3 main
organisms are the
live in
such as
such as
Anaerobic
Methanogens
Halophile
Thermophile
one is
one is
one is
Animal Gut
Marshes
Methane
Gas
live in
producer of
two
daughter
cells
genetic
material
cell splits to form
exact copy of
Exchange
genetic
Information
cells join to
"Salty-Loving"
Salty
conditions
Dead Sea
live in
known as
such as
Hot
Temperatures
Acidic
Conditions
live in extremely
True
Bacteria
means
Soil
Animals
lives in
Helpful
Bacteria
Harmful
Bacteria
there are
there are
Major
Groups
Food
Poisoning
Antibiotics
Decomposition
Production
Green
Bacteria
Blue-
Green
Bacteria
Pollution Control
Streptococci
Shapes
comes in different
Cocci
Bacilli
Spirilla
Transformation
Pieces
of DNA
cells take/use
reproduces by
reproduces by
example
example
cause
cause
such as
cause
Cyanobacteria
also known as
Proteobacteria
Yeast + Bacteria
= Chocolate
example
dairy products
makes
could kill
Types
of Virus

structure
poison
Nucleic
acid
DNA/
RNA
non-
living
capsid
host
cells
prions
Viroids
Lytic
Cycle
Lysogenic
Cycle
vaccines
HIV
Treatments
meaning
Gene
Therapy
No
Cure
bacterial
virus

animal
virus

plant
virus

one is
one is
one is
there are different
it has a
it reproduces by
there are some
it is
doesn't have all
lives off of
it has
it has
it has
there is
There are
Retrovirus
specific virus type
example
it has
viral particle
viral particle
Bacteriophage
Growth
Coloration
Plant
parts
RNA
strands of
Affects
Affects
types of
Host
Carrier
Host
Prey
Host
DNA
single/double
stranded
linear
circular
Influenza
Herpes
Strands of
there are 2
they're
examples
it can be
it can be
Polynomial
Nomenclature
Binomial
Nomenclature
Taxonomy
Genus
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Species
Kingdom
Dichotomous
key
Two Parts
Correct
Name
2 choices
means
gives series of
leads to
identifies natural item's
Physical
Characteristics
uses
Specific
Organism
Carl
Von
Linne
to identify
example
created by
2
Words
uses
Latin
in the language
in the language
Eukaryotic
microbes
Ancient
Group
Plant-Like
Protists
Animal-like
Protists
Fungi-like
Protists
Algae
Paramecium
3 types
they are
there are
They're an
There is
There is
moist habitats
Dictyostelium
chlorophyll
consume
food
they
they live in
they live in
example
example
example
contains
Quercus Rubra=
Red Oak Tree
Mosses
Seed Plants
Simplest animals
Mollusks
Chordates
birds
Porifera
Cnidaria
worms
Echinoderms
Arthropods
mammals
fish
Amphibians/ reptiles
Ferns
Tracheophytes
Adaptive
Without
Water
Protected
2 Types
gymnosperms
angiosperms
Moist/
Tropical
Regions
grow in
Trees
grow on
they are
there are
can survive
are very well
there's
sexual and
Asexually
Moist regions
Rocks
can grow on
reproduces
Asymmetrical
Bodies
Reproduction
No tissues
Sessile
2 layers cells
sperm in
water
bud/
gemmules
they have
they have
they have
they are
their
involves releasing
involves producing
Reproduction
Radial
Body
Symmetry
Tissues
2 layers cell
Muscle
Nervous
System
Tissue
they have
example
example
they have
they have
their
asexually
bud
is done
involves producing
Simple Worms
Complex worms
Acoelomates
3 layers cell
simple
nervous
system
Example
they are
they have
they have
Flatworms
Tapeworms
There are
there are
Segmented
Bodies
Segmented
worms
Annelida
Organal
system
include
in the phylum
they have
they have
example
Earth
Worms
Reproduction
Aves
Vertebrata
water
land
vertebrates
they are
live in
some can live on
Laying eggs
Reproduce By
Primates
Vertebrata
Endothermic
3 types
Apes
Monkey
Prosimians
includes
includes
they're
include the order
there are
they're
Marsupial
Monotremes
Placental
Mammals
reproduce by
laying eggs
Platypus
Example
Pouch
Kangaroo
carry young in
example
Giving Birth
Humans
reproduction
EXAMPLE
Reptiles
Endothermic
Laying eggs
by
Dinosaurs
evoluted from
Fly
some can
in the class
in the Subphylum
related to
their
they are
Aquatic
Vertebrates
Complex
Organisms
Reproduction
Sexually/
Asexually

Ancestors
Segmented Bodies
Bilaterally Symmetrical
can be
Had
are
are
their
their
Class
Amphibia

Class
Reptilia

Tetrapod Vertebrates
Ectothermic
Laying Eggs
Scales
Boa
Consrictor

Aquatic/Terrestrial
habitats

classified as
example
have
live in
reproduce by
are
are
Radical
Symmetric
Bodies
Endoskeleton
Tube
Feet
Aquatic
Habitats
Water
Vascular
Systems
live in
Have
that have
Star fish
example
includes
includes
includes
includes
includes
includes
includes
includes
includes
exoskeleton
sexually
Everywhere
Bilateral
symmetric
Body
Joint
Feet
insects
Physical/
Structural
features
Uses
Genus
Name
Species
Name
firstly
secdonly
Naming
Organisms
Groups
7 Levels
Systematic
Phylogeny
Relationships within
organisms
study of
it is
there are
purpose is
sorting them into
Family Tree
constructe evolutionary relations
can be found
example
have a
have
reproduce
Partial
Exoskeleton
Montle
/Shell
Muscular
feet

Bilateral/Radical
Symmetrical bodies
3 main
Classes

some have
have
there are
Gastropoda
Bivalviia
Cephalopoda
include
include
slugs
example
example
example
Mussels
Squids
Characteristics
Nutrients
Reproduction
Importance
decomposer
yeast
penicillum
mushrooms
Spores
asexually/
sexually
only visible part
fragmentarium
budding
inclues
includes
is done both
includes
nature's
recycling
system
produces
bread
and
wine
Eat
for us to
includes
produces
antibiotics
reproductive
structure
Hypha
Dead/Decaying
Matter
Externally
Absorbed
feed on
their
have unique
have
feed on
are digested
before
Chitin
cell walls contain
sometimes visible
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