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1 1. 1. Highly Organized A. Definition B. Characteristics of Life INTRODUCTION I. Biology

2 Molecules  Organisms Figure 1.1

3 Organisms  Ecosystem

4 2. 2. Transform Energy

5 Bioenergetics

6 Figure 1.2

7 3. 3. Reproduce

8 Variation in Nature Figure 1.3

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11 4. 4. Grow and Develop

12 Stages and Accomplishments

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14 5. 5. Irritable and Adaptable

15 Daily Adjustments vs. Population Changes

16 Figure 1.11

17 6. 6. Practice Homeostasis

18 Balanced against Change

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20 Negative vs. Positive Mechanisms

21 C. Biology Related Topics

22 1. 1. Thinking Process A. Why? II. Scientific Method Classical vs. vs. Empirical Inductive vs. vs. Deductive

23 1. 1. Steps B. Process

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25 a. Experimental Variables i. Independent =tested for or manipulated variable ii. Dependent =changes due to the independent variable iii. Control =held constant variable's

26 Figure 1.14

27 1. 1. History C. Evidence

28 b. Aristotle 400BC a. Anaximander c. Carolus vonLinnaeus 1700’s d. Count Buffon 1700’s e. Baron Cuvier 1800’s organisms strive to become more complex creatures organized from simple to complex or “Scala naturae” in a fixed state designed a system of classification (binomial nomenclature) organisms were not fixed = change over time Force? Catastrophism (Name one!) to explain the variation in the extinct vs. extant species

29 f. Jean Lamarck 1800’s g. Charles Darwin 1859 inheritance of acquired characteristics “Origin of the Species” natural selection  adapt and reproduce or go extinct

30 Natural Selection

31 2. 2. Diversity “Lion King”

32 a. Trophic LevelsProducers, Consumers, & Decomposers Figure 1.12

33 b. Taxonomy Kingdom Monera Figure 1.5 & 1.6 D, K, P, C, O, F, G, & S

34 Kingdom Protista Figure 1.7

35 Kingdom Fungi Figure 1.8

36 Kingdom Plantae Figure 1.9

37 Kingdom Animalia Figure 1.10

38 That’s all for now folks!!!!


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