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The Hierarchy or Levels of Biological Organization
Subatomic (particle) units of matter below the size of an atom
Atom basic unit of mattermatter
Molecule electrically neutral group of two or more atoms held together by covalent chemical bonds (Compound- pure chemical substance consisting of two or more different chemical elements) Caffeine
Macromolecule very large molecule, composed of hundreds or thousands of atoms DNA or protein, esp. a polymer,
Organelle Specialized part of a cell having some specific function
Cells Basic unit of life
Tissue a group of cells that perform a similar function
Organs a collection of tissues joined as unit to serve a common function;
Organ Systems is a group of organs that work together to perform a certain task.
Organism A single individual
Population A group of organisms of the same type (species) living in the same area.
Community Populations that live together in a given area. (Human population, House Elf population, Bacteria population) Pretend living thing! Bacteria (That’s too small to see.)
Ecosystem Communities and the nonliving surroundings. (Urban Ecosystem)
Biome A major regional or global biotic community Deciduous Forest of England
Biosphere All of the land, water and air (biomes) where organisms can live. Hogwarts is around the other side.
Earth Planets Solar Systems Galaxies Universe
Realm of Ecology
Organization Levels of Life List in order from least complex to most complex using the following terms. population, organs, biosphere, organelles, tissues,
Levels of Organization. ATOMS Smallest part of matter NON-living.
Keep an eye out for “The-Owl” and raise your hand as soon as you see him. – He will be hiding somewhere in the slideshow “Hoot, Hoot” “Good Luck!”
Levels of Organization in Biology. Fig Atoms HydrogenOxygen Cells Smallest level of organization living and non-living Example: Hydrogen Atom.
Ecology Class Notes 2. I. What is Ecology? A. Ecology is the way organisms (living things) interact with their environments (surroundings). B. The.
Organization of Living things The different levels.
Saturday, June 04, Hierarchy of Biological Order Packet #2.
Ecology Lesson 9.1. Lesson Objectives Distinguish between abiotic and biotic factors. Describe ecological levels of organization in the biosphere. Define.
Ecology. Study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment.
Organization of Matter What levels are there? Sub-atomic Particles: Make up atoms Ex.Quarks, Leptons make up Electrons, Neutrons, Protons Levels of Organization.
How are living things organized? There are various levels of organization: and get bigger. Let’s start small.
Do Now Which layer of the atmosphere do most living organisms interact with? Which layer of the Earth’s structure do most living organisms interact with?
Components of an Ecosystem Notes. An ecosystem consists of all of the living organisms and all of the non- living elements that interact in an area.
Living Things are Highly Organized Levels of Organization.
Levels of Organization Molecules Cells Tissues (next slide) Organs Organ systems Organism Population Community Ecosystem Biosphere.
Levels of Organization of Living Things LESSON # 2 (Chapter 1)
Levels of Biological Organization The various levels of organization include atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, whole organisms,
The study of the interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecologists are scientists who study these relationships. Two groups of environmental.
Ecology. Ecology is study of interactions between non-living components (abiotic factors) in the environment… light water wind nutrients in soil heat.
Introduction to Ecology What is Ecology?. Interactions and Interdependence Ecology – field of science that studies the interactions of organisms and between.
Mindstretcher What are the four basic types of tissues in the human body? Briefly list what they do. **Read the organizer first and then write your answer!
AtomBiome Biological Macromolecules Biotic Biosphere Abiotic Cell Biology.
Hierarchy of Biological Organization Levels of Organization.
Ecology By Dr Mamdouh El-Sawi From John E. Petersen.
Biology explores life from the global to the microscopic scale. Biology explores life in its diverse forms.
4.c.. Simplest Most complex Atom- the basic unit of matter. Example: Hydrogen Molecule- atoms of different elements joined together. Example:
THE STUDY OF THE INTERACTIONS AMONG THE NONLIVING AND LIVING PARTS OF THE EARTH.
Levels of Organization Introduction to Biochemistry.
Hierarchy of Life. Arrange the following terms from smallest to largest. Biome Organelle Biosphere Population Atom Community Proton, electron,,neutron.
Levels of Biological Organization. Biosphere Our entire planet Earth and all its living inhabitants. Our entire planet Earth and all its living inhabitants.
UNIT 1 Living organisms Natural Science 2. Secondary Education DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT A CHEMICAL COMPOUND IS?
What is Ecology?. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their environment.
Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life Can you list the levels of organization?
13.1 Ecologists Study Relationships KEY CONCEPT Ecology is the study of the relationships among organisms and their environment.
Living Things and the Environment. ECOLOGYECOLOGYECOLOGYECOLOGY.
Chapter 4 Section 1: Everything is Connected. AIM and HW AIM: What is an ecosystem? How are ecosystems connected? HW: 1) QUIZ on FRIDAY 2) Complete Active.
Chapter 47-1 Earth a Living Planet. Ecology is the study of the interactions of organisms with one another and with their physical surroundings. The.
ECOLOGY Chapter 3 - The Biosphere. What is Ecology? It is the scientific study of interaction among organisms and between organisms and their environment.
DO YOU REMEMBER? LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF LIFE THEMES IN BIOLOGY.
Regents Biology Ecology & Levels of Organization.
HAPPY MONDAY -Collect graded handouts from front table and put in Buff Binder. -Complete quarter page labeled “Scientific Method Quiz” -Copy answers onto.
Activity #15: The Biosphere. EQ How do Earth’s biotic and abiotic factors interact to shape ecosystems and affect the survival of organisms over time?
1 Ecology Introduction. 2 What is Ecology? “eco” means “house” (greek) Ecology is the study of interactions that take place between organisms and their.
Introduction to Biology Estimated 5-30 million species Only 2 million have been identified Only a few thousand have been studied Believed that life arose.
Inquiry Activity 1.Make a list of all the types of organisms, including plants, humans, insects, and so on, that you have seen near your home or school.
Science Hierarchy of the Universe Enrichment 3) 4) 5) 6) 8) 9) 10) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 7) 11) 1) 2) Instructions Number your paper from 1 to 16 as shown.
LO: SWBAT define what ecology is DN: What is the environment? Describe the environment you are in right now. HW: Regents Review Book (red) evolution.
Chemistry. Chemistry is the science concerned with the composition, structure, and properties of matter.
Ecosystems. Habitat Specific environment where an organism lives.
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