12 Basic NeedsLiving things have basic needs.EnergyWaterLiving spaceHomeostasis
13 Homeostasis is maintaining a stable internal environment within an organism despite changes in the surroundings.
14 Living things are classified as biotic Living things are classified as biotic. Non-living things are classified as abiotic.
15 How do you decide if something is living or non-living?
16 Biology is a process of inquiry Scientific processesBiology is a process of inquiry
17 Scientist make Observations Share data/results Hypothesis The skin is redIt feels smoothShare data/resultsTables, charts and graphsHypothesisExperimentationControlConstantIndependent and dependent variablesScientific theory
18 Important Vocabulary Equilibrium adhesion Osmosis high heat capacity Diffusion surface tensionCapillary action hypertonicPolar hypotonicUniversal solvent isotonicSoluteCohesion
19 Your Quiz Question 1Which of the following is the best example of a scientific model?a. a group of zoo monkeys to represent behavior in a natural environmentb. a computer simulation of Earth’s climate changesc.an x-ray showing multiple fractures in a boned. a salt-water aquarium in the home of a fish enthusiast
20 Question 2Write and example of a hypothesis?One sentence.
21 Question 3What is the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable? Explain and provide an example.
22 Question 4 Word Meanings What is the meaning of this wordHomeostasis?What does a- and an- mean?
23 Question 5 Honors How do experiments show cause–and-effect relationships?Explain and provide an example.