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Lesson: Needs of Organisms

Unit: Living Organisms

Michael Goorsky

on 27 February 2017

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Transcript of Lesson: Needs of Organisms

TSW describe the common life processes needed for survival (e.g., growth, reproduction, life span, response to stimuli, energy use, exchange of gases, use of water, elimination of waste).
TSW gather data using digital tools to prove that all organisms have common needs.

Energy = food, plants and some bacteria and protists produce their food through absorbing sunlight.
Unit: Living Organisms Lesson: Needs of Organisms
Questions of the Day
1. What's one way that plants help people?
2. What does a plant need to make its food?
3. What makes its own food using energy from the sun?
4. Name an insect that has an adaptation for drinking the nectar out of the center of the flowers?
They add oxygen to the air
sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide
trees, flowers, algae, grass, etc.
butterfly, honey bee, & wasp
Wit & Wisdom
When your mother tells you that you will not like the outcome of your new experimental hair style, you should always listen. She knows what she's talking about.
binary fission
cellular respiration
biotic factor
abiotic factor
Including Microorganisms
non living
- do not grow or respond

- grow, reproduce,
respond, and have

can be helpful
can be harmful
- enlarge
- repair itself
have organization
- cells, tissue, organs
- structures for
support & energy use
- change with environment
- react to surroundings

- sexually or asexually
- make more organisms
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