Presentation on theme: "But So Far….. Definition of an organism-is any individual living thing. All organisms are made of one or more cells. -cells are the basic unit of life."— Presentation transcript:
Definition of an organism-is any individual living thing. All organisms are made of one or more cells. -cells are the basic unit of life.
Genetic material passed from one generation to the next, -and how do we know this?
In addition to scientific testing of theories and shared knowledge, we can now see it. -a great enhancement to help support the cell theory. CELL THEORY-all organisms are made of cells, all cells are from other living cells, and the cell is the most basic unit of life.
With light comes life: phototrophs vs. heterotrophs Photo—light+troph—how it gets its food or energy So, green plants get their food from the light or sun (photo|trophs).
They have chlorophyll a green plant pigment which enables photosynthesis in the cell organelle called the chloroplast
Herbivores versus carnivores Plant eaters……or……meat eaters, Or omnivores—eating both plants and meat (and chips, too), More basics soon…now, review sheets, flashcards, notebooks and exit slip (Friday’s test is no notebooks allowed)