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Biology: Levels of Organization
Hierarchy
Atom
Molecule
Macromolecule
A system or organization in which groups are ranked one above…
the smallest unit of matter
two or more atoms held together by chemical bonds
a very large molecule commonly created by joining of smaller…
Hierarchy
A system or organization in which groups are ranked one above…
Atom
the smallest unit of matter
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Levels Of Organization Biology
atom
Molecules/Compounds
Cells
Multicellular systems
Groups of atoms, smallest unit of most chemical compounds
smallest functional unit of life (unicellular)
Tissues, organs, and organ systems
atom
Molecules/Compounds
Groups of atoms, smallest unit of most chemical compounds
Organization in Biology
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Community
Population
All regions of a planet occupied by living organisms
A biological community + non-living (abiotic) factors
All of the populations living in the same geographical area a…
A group of individuals of the same species living in the same…
Biosphere
All regions of a planet occupied by living organisms
Ecosystem
A biological community + non-living (abiotic) factors
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Biology: Levels of Organization
Individual Organism
Population
Community
Ecosystem
an individual animal, plant, or single celled life form
A group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
A group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same regio…
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Individual Organism
an individual animal, plant, or single celled life form
Population
A group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
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Biology Honors Organization of Organisms
Cell
Tissue
Cell example
Tissue example
Basic unit of structure and function. Contains organelles tha…
Two or more cells that were together to accomplish a task
Muscle cell
-muscle... -skin: epithelial... -connective tissue (ex. Blood)... -ner…
Cell
Basic unit of structure and function. Contains organelles tha…
Tissue
Two or more cells that were together to accomplish a task
Biology--Organisms
ATP
ATP
ATP diagram
ATP-ADP Cycle
Adenosine triphosphate
ENERGY that can be used by cells... *Energy is stored between 2n…
ATP
Adenosine triphosphate
ATP
ENERGY that can be used by cells... *Energy is stored between 2n…
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biology organs
stomach
liver
large intestine
small intestine
stomach
liver
Biology Organisms
hierarchical structure of multicellula…
CTOS
tissues
epithelial Tissue
...
Cells, tissues, organs, systems, organisms
cells of like form and function aggregate together as tissue
consists of tightly packed cells that cover and protect the i…
hierarchical structure of multicellula…
...
CTOS
Cells, tissues, organs, systems, organisms
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Organization in Biology
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Community
Population
All of the earths ecosystem together- a very thin layer of li…
A biological community + abiotic factors
All of the populations living in the same geographical area a…
A group of individuals of the same species living in the same…
Biosphere
All of the earths ecosystem together- a very thin layer of li…
Ecosystem
A biological community + abiotic factors
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Biology: Levels of Organization
Atom
Molecule
Cell
Tissue
smallest unit of matter
two or more joined atoms
smallest unit of life
organized array of cells
Atom
smallest unit of matter
Molecule
two or more joined atoms
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Biology - Biological Levels of Organization
populations
tissues
organs
organ system
communities are made up of...
group of cells working together to perform a function
group of tissues working together to perform a function
group of organs working together to perform a function
populations
communities are made up of...
tissues
group of cells working together to perform a function
The Biology of Organization
Organizational Design
Work specialization
Departmentalization
Matrix Design Structure
The process of developing or changing an organization's struc…
the degree to which tasks in the organization are divided int…
the basis by which jobs are grouped together (element of orga…
An organizational structure that simultaneously groups people…
Organizational Design
The process of developing or changing an organization's struc…
Work specialization
the degree to which tasks in the organization are divided int…
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Organization of Biology
1.
2
4
5
Atoms
Organelles
Cells
Tissue
1.
Atoms
2
Organelles
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The organization of biology
Biosphere
Biomes
ecosystem
Communities
Earth's biosphere includes al life and all the places where l…
Biomes are regions of the world with similar climate (weather…
An ecosystem consists of all living organism in a particular…
All organism in the tide pool ( iguanas, crabs, seaweed, bact…
Biosphere
Earth's biosphere includes al life and all the places where l…
Biomes
Biomes are regions of the world with similar climate (weather…
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Biology: Levels of Organization
Hierarchy
Atom
Molecule
Macromolecule
A system or organization in which groups are ranked one above…
the smallest unit of matter
two or more atoms held together by chemical bonds
a very large molecule commonly created by joining of smaller…
Hierarchy
A system or organization in which groups are ranked one above…
Atom
the smallest unit of matter
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Levels of organization in biology
1
2
3
4
Atom
Molecule
Cell
Tissue
1
Atom
2
Molecule
Biology Organization
Organ
Organism
Community
Tissue
work together to perform a certain function
an individual living thing
the entire array of organisms living in an ecosystem
each organ is made of these
Organ
work together to perform a certain function
Organism
an individual living thing
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Biology: Levels of Organization
Subatomic Particles
Atoms
Molecules
Macromolecule
smaller than atom- elementary particles (protons, electrons,…
basic unit of matter- contains a central nucleus surrounded b…
an electronically neutral group of two or more atoms held tog…
large molecules created by polymerization of smaller subunits
Subatomic Particles
smaller than atom- elementary particles (protons, electrons,…
Atoms
basic unit of matter- contains a central nucleus surrounded b…
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Organization in Biology
What is Biology
Characteristics of life (7)
3 Basic Parts of a Cell
Prokaryotic Cell
Biology is the study of all living things. Includes: anatomy,…
Made of cells: all living things are made up of one or more o…
Plasma Membrane: the outer covering which separates the insid…
•Contains no nucleus... •unicellular and found mostly everywhere…
What is Biology
Biology is the study of all living things. Includes: anatomy,…
Characteristics of life (7)
Made of cells: all living things are made up of one or more o…
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Biology Cell Structures and organization
Cell
Organelles
Eukaryote
Prokaryote
the basic unit of structure and function in all organisms; th…
membrane-bound structures inside of eukaryotic cells that are…
Organisms whose cells have a distinct nucleus and membrane-bo…
Organisms whose cells lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organ…
Cell
the basic unit of structure and function in all organisms; th…
Organelles
membrane-bound structures inside of eukaryotic cells that are…
Biology- Body Organization (Organs)
Organs
Action potential
Muscle fibre
Myofibrils
two or more tissue types working together to perform certain…
nerve signalling, a brief change along the membrane of the ax…
What type of tissue is composed of myofibrils, nucleus, filam…
any of the elongated contractile threads found in striated mu…
Organs
two or more tissue types working together to perform certain…
Action potential
nerve signalling, a brief change along the membrane of the ax…
Biology- Organization and Maintenance of Organisms
What are cells?
Calculation for Magnification
What are specialized cells?
Examples of specialized cells
cells are the basic structural and functional units of life
mag=size of image/actual size
cells with a specific function
~red blood cell... ~nerve cell... ~white blood cell... ~ciliated cells…
What are cells?
cells are the basic structural and functional units of life
Calculation for Magnification
mag=size of image/actual size
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Biology - organisms
Plants - 4 features
Animals - 6 features
Fungi - 6 features
What is Saprotrophic nutrition?
Multicellular... Have chloroplasts - photosynthesis... Cell walls m…
Multicellular... Don't have chloroplasts = X photosynthesis... Don'…
Some are single-celled... Others have body called a mycelium whi…
Secrete extracellular enzymes into area outside their body to…
Plants - 4 features
Multicellular... Have chloroplasts - photosynthesis... Cell walls m…
Animals - 6 features
Multicellular... Don't have chloroplasts = X photosynthesis... Don'…
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Biology - organization of organisms and homeostasis
Cells
How to build a human body.
Tissue
4 types of tissue in the human body
Basic building blocks of life. Many different types of cells…
Cells to tissue to organ to organ systems, organism.
Integrated group of similar cells that perform a common ficti…
Connective tissue (blood bone cartilage), epithelial tissue (…
Cells
Basic building blocks of life. Many different types of cells…
How to build a human body.
Cells to tissue to organ to organ systems, organism.
Organs (Biology)
Red blood cells
Sucrose
Gallbladder
Kidney
Contains hemoglobin needed to carry oxygen to individual cells
Digestive Organ: Small Intestine ... Function: breaks down suga…
A small, sac-like organ located under the lobe of the liver.…
Two small organs that has a function to filter the blood that…
Red blood cells
Contains hemoglobin needed to carry oxygen to individual cells
Sucrose
Digestive Organ: Small Intestine ... Function: breaks down suga…
Biology Levels of organization
individual
population
community
ecosystem
a separate species by itself
a group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
an assemblage of different populations that live together in…
all the organisms that live in a place, together with their p…
individual
a separate species by itself
population
a group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
Biology organization
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Community
Population
The regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of th…
A community of organisms and their abiotic environment
A group of various species that live in the same habitat and…
A group of organisms of the same species that live in a speci…
Biosphere
The regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of th…
Ecosystem
A community of organisms and their abiotic environment
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Organism Biology
Unicellular
Multicellular
Producer
Consumer
having or consisting of a single cell.
composed of several or many cells.
An organism, as a plant, that is able to produce its own food…
An organism, usually an animal, that feeds on plants or other…
Unicellular
having or consisting of a single cell.
Multicellular
composed of several or many cells.
Biology - Organization
Nervous System
Integumentary System
Immune/Lymphatic Systems
Muscular System
Include: Brain, Spinal cord, Nerves ... Function: ... Recognizes a…
Include: ... Skin, hair, nails, sweat and oil glands... Function:…
Includes: ... White blood cells, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, ly…
Includes: ... Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle ... F…
Nervous System
Include: Brain, Spinal cord, Nerves ... Function: ... Recognizes a…
Integumentary System
Include: ... Skin, hair, nails, sweat and oil glands... Function:…
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Biology - Organization!!!
Nervous System
Integumentary System
Immune/Lymphatic Systems
Muscular System
Include: Brain, Spinal cord, Nerves ... Function: ... Recognizes a…
Include: ... Skin, hair, nails, sweat and oil glands... Function:…
Includes: ... White blood cells, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, ly…
Includes: ... Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle ... F…
Nervous System
Include: Brain, Spinal cord, Nerves ... Function: ... Recognizes a…
Integumentary System
Include: ... Skin, hair, nails, sweat and oil glands... Function:…
Biology Organization
Snail
Plant
Bacteria
Virus
This is a Organ System
This is a Tissue
This is a Organ
This is a Cell
Snail
This is a Organ System
Plant
This is a Tissue
Biology-organisms
ATP
Photosynthesis
Cellular respiration
Plants, some Protista, and some bacter…
Energy carrying molecule
Process by which light energy is converted into chemical ener…
Process by which chemical energy is converted into ATP, a typ…
Photosynthesis
ATP
Energy carrying molecule
Photosynthesis
Process by which light energy is converted into chemical ener…
Biology - organisms
MRS GRENC
Six-kingdom classification system
7 level classification system
Specialised cells
Every living thing needs these characteristics
Viruses, Bacteria, Protoctists, Fungi, Plants and Animals
kingdom-phylum-class-order-family-genus-species
Cells that have a special job to do in the body and have a st…
MRS GRENC
Every living thing needs these characteristics
Six-kingdom classification system
Viruses, Bacteria, Protoctists, Fungi, Plants and Animals
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Biology organisms
Planaria
Bacteria
Algae
Volvox
Famous for their ability to regenerate
Bacteria lives in both aquatic and terrestral ecosystems... Tiny…
Plant like organisms... Belong to protist... Permits photosynthesis
Thousands of cells... Multicellular plants... Moves back and forth…
Planaria
Famous for their ability to regenerate
Bacteria
Bacteria lives in both aquatic and terrestral ecosystems... Tiny…
Organic Biology
Four Organic Structures
Monosaccharide
Disaccharide
Polysaccharide
1. Carbohydrates... 2. Lipids... 3. Proteins... 4. Nucleic Acids
Four Organic Structures
1. Carbohydrates... 2. Lipids... 3. Proteins... 4. Nucleic Acids
Monosaccharide
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Organization: Biology
Animals
Plants
Protists
Fungi
Heterotrophs, eukaryotic, multi cellular, and mostly sexual
Autotrophs, eukaryotic, multi cellular, mostly sexual, and a-…
Both heterotrophs and autotrophs, eukaryotic, unicellular, an…
Heterotrophs, eukaryotic, both unicellular and multi cellular…
Animals
Heterotrophs, eukaryotic, multi cellular, and mostly sexual
Plants
Autotrophs, eukaryotic, multi cellular, mostly sexual, and a-…
Biology- Organisms
ATP
ADP
Cellular Respiration
Photosynthesis
-Adenosine triphosphate; special molecule that stores and rel…
-Adenosine diphosphate; one less phosphate group than ATP... -Nu…
-Process for breaking down carbohydrates for ATP... -Occurs in t…
-Process of trapping energy from the Sun and use the energy t…
ATP
-Adenosine triphosphate; special molecule that stores and rel…
ADP
-Adenosine diphosphate; one less phosphate group than ATP... -Nu…
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Biology organs
Kidney
Muscle
Liver
Lungs
Seperates waste from water
Cells that can be constricted and expanded
Cleans waste from the body
Filters air
Kidney
Seperates waste from water
Muscle
Cells that can be constricted and expanded
Biology:organs & organ systems
Digestive system
Digestion
Enzymes
Circulatory system
Stomach, small and large intestines
The breaking down of large insoluble molecules into smaller s…
Special chemically which digest large insoluble food molecule…
Heart,veins and arteries
Digestive system
Stomach, small and large intestines
Digestion
The breaking down of large insoluble molecules into smaller s…
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Biology; Organics
carbon
polymers
dehydration synthesis
hydrolysis
has 4 valence electrons so loves to covalently bond
made up of monomers
when monomers connect in nucleic acids to form organic compou…
when water is needed to digest/eat to break down organic comp…
carbon
has 4 valence electrons so loves to covalently bond
polymers
made up of monomers
8 terms
Biology: Organization of Life
Ecosystem
Biosphere
Biotic
Abiotic
Interdependence of plant and animal communities and the physi…
The zone around the earth that contains self-sustaining ecosy…
All living things
All non-living things
Ecosystem
Interdependence of plant and animal communities and the physi…
Biosphere
The zone around the earth that contains self-sustaining ecosy…
biologie Organs
stomach
gullet
liver
kidney
stomach
gullet
24 terms
Biology Review Organization and Classification
Carolus Linnaeus
Classification
Taxonomy
Dichotomous Key
18th century naturalist published a system for classifying al…
grouping similar characteristics
science of classifying living things/task of naming things.
tool to identify organisms based on similar appearances.
Carolus Linnaeus
18th century naturalist published a system for classifying al…
Classification
grouping similar characteristics
Biology: Organs
Testis
Thymus Gland
Uterus
Kidney
produce sperm and male hormones (testosterone)
endocrine and immune system, produces hormones
nurtures fertilized ovum until ready for birth
filters water and wastes from blood, excretes products as uri…
Testis
produce sperm and male hormones (testosterone)
Thymus Gland
endocrine and immune system, produces hormones
30 terms
Biology Of Organisms
Ecological Community
Characterizations of Ecological Commun…
Species Composition
Primary Producers
Conisists of all species that coexist and interact in a defin…
Species composition and relative abundances of species
Number and kinds of species contained in area
Photosynthetic autotrophs and chemotrophs are considered beca…
Ecological Community
Conisists of all species that coexist and interact in a defin…
Characterizations of Ecological Commun…
Species composition and relative abundances of species
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Biology-Organisms
water cycle source
carbon cycle source
nitrogen cycle source
phosphorous cycle source
the ocean, atmosphere, ground water
man made
nitrogen in the atmosphere
on land in rock and soil minerals
water cycle source
the ocean, atmosphere, ground water
carbon cycle source
man made
48 terms
Honors Biology - Organic Macromolecules
macromolecules
Polymers
Monomers
Nucleotides
giant molecules formed by the joining of smaller molecules.
generic term for long molecules consisting of many similar or…
subunits that serve as the building blocks of polymers.
Consist of:... 1. nitrogen--containing base (nitrogenous)... 2. 5-c…
macromolecules
giant molecules formed by the joining of smaller molecules.
Polymers
generic term for long molecules consisting of many similar or…
39 terms
Biology organic
What element is found in all organic c…
List 3 examples, of compounds which co…
List reasons why carbon is unique in b…
What is the original source of the car…
Carbon
Co, co2, co3
4 valance electrons, can form single double or triple bonds
CO2 in the atmosphere
What element is found in all organic c…
Carbon
List 3 examples, of compounds which co…
Co, co2, co3
38 terms
Biology: Water and Organic Molecules
Properties of Water
CHNOPS
Chemical Reaction
Atom
Less dense as a solid, three states, universal solvent, slow…
Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, and Sulfer
Permanently changes compounds into another
Unit of matter
Properties of Water
Less dense as a solid, three states, universal solvent, slow…
CHNOPS
Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, and Sulfer
12 terms
Samuel's Biology Levels of organization
Atom
Molecule
Organelle
cell
smallest unit of matter, chemical elements
a group of atoms bonded together, smallest fundamental unit o…
any of a number of organized or specialized structures within…
the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism
Atom
smallest unit of matter, chemical elements
Molecule
a group of atoms bonded together, smallest fundamental unit o…
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