1408 Lecture 1 Review - 1408 Lecture 1 Review The Study of...

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1408 Lecture 1 Review: The Study of Life What is life? What are the properties of life? What is homeostasis? What is meant by emergent properties? What are the levels of biological organization in order? What level is required for life? What are some examples of each level we talked about in class? What are autotrophs? Heterotrophs? Decomposers? Examples of each? Where does all the energy come from? What is an example of strong evolutionary success? (what’s more important, self or species) What are the 3 domains of life? What is the scientific method? What are the steps to the scientific method?
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Unformatted text preview: What makes a good hypothesis? What are the variables of an experiment? What is a controlled experiment? Be sure you can ID the groups and variables from a given experiment What is the purpose of a control? What is a placebo? What is a double blind study? What is the diFerence between a hypothesis and a theory? What is the diFerence between inducTve and deducTve reasoning? What happened with Darwin and Wallace and the ±owers/moths?...
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  • Summer '13
  • Pereira
  • Homeostasis, Double blind study, The Study of Life, strong evolutionary success

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