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Levels of Organization in Living Things
Transcript of Levels of Organization in Living Things
An entire living thing that can carry out basic processes:
response to stimuli
growth and development
Can be unicellular or multicellular
A group of organs that work together.
11 systems in the human body
A group of tissues that is responsible for a specific task.
A group of cells that work together to perform a specific task. Humans have 4 types
Basic unit of all living things.
Cells can be specialized (have a certain function)
Structure determines function.
Smallest part that can reproduce itself.
Parts within a cell (at least 13 parts!)
A group of atoms held together by a bond.
- Water, sucrose
A tiny piece of matter; includes a nucleus with protons and neutrons, and electrons. The # of protons determines which element it is (hydrogen, gold)