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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