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Subjects Covered
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Levels of Organization Community Population Organism Organ System Organ Tissue Cell Molecule Atom Increasing Complexity
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Scientific Method
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What is a scientific theory? General explanation of important phenomena. Formed from repeated observations and  experiments that support it. May be modified if new evidence emerges. Ex:  Cell Theory , Theory of Evolution Inductive goes from specific to general, Deductive  goes from general to specific. Inductive vs. Deductive Reasoning
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Evolution Why is it important to Biology? It is the Unifying Theory of Biology Evolution arises as a consequence of: Genetic variation Inheritance of variation by offspring Natural selection
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Characteristics of Living Things Complex organized structure. Respond to stimuli. Homeostasis. Acquire and use energy. Growth. Reproduction. Capacity to evolve
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Viruses
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Classification of Organisms Bacteria Archaea Eukarya Go over Table 1-1 in your textbook Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Animals Fungi Plants Protists
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Atoms Components Protons Neutrons Electrons Ions
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Chemical Bonds Attractive forces between  atoms Three Types Covalent Polar and Nonpolar Ionic Hydrogen
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Why is Water so special? Very good 
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