Chapter 1 Notes - b. Single Celled c. Live in Extreme...

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Biology 8/27/09 1. Give 5 characteristics common to all life. 2. Starting with the cell, give 5 levels of organization of life. Level 1 – Life is organized - Cellular basis/construction - Cell is the smallest unit of life - Cell can be – entire organism/part of organism Level 2 – Tissues Level 3 – Organ - several different tissues organized for a specific task - Example: Heart, Stomach Level 4 – Or E. Reproduce & Develop - Make copies of ourselves - Development continues throughout life 11. Taxonomy 12. What are the 8 leveles of categories of classification for living things in order (both largest to smallest and vice versa) - Domain > Kingdom > Phylum >Class > Order > Family > Genus > Species 13.What are the 3 domains of classification, give a brief example or characteristic of each. A. Bacteria – a. Single Celled b. Protargotie – no nucleus B. Archeal
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Unformatted text preview: b. Single Celled c. Live in Extreme Conditions Temp., PH, Oxygen C. Eukarya a. most are multi-cellular b. Eukaryotic have a nucleus What are the 4 kingdoms of classification, give a brief example or characteristic of each. A. Protista a. Mostly unicellular Example - Protozoa, Algae B. Fungi a. Mostly Multi-cellular b. Important decomposers Example Mushrooms, Yeast, Molds C. Plantae The Plants a. Capable of photosynthesis b. Vast majority are Multi-cellular D. Animalia The Animals a. Multi-cellular b. non-synthetic c. Ingesters 15. What is Biology? 16. How does science advance how do scientists learn? Give the steps. A. Scientific Method a. Observation b. Hypothesis 1. A possible explanation 2. Must be testable 3. Experiment designed to test Hypothesis A. Experimental Group Get the variable Substance being tested B. Control Group Get the placebo 4. Conclusion A. Data Supports or Does not Support Hypothesis...
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Chapter 1 Notes - b. Single Celled c. Live in Extreme...

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