Theories of Biology

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Theories 1 Theories of Biology Andrea Tubbs Bio/100 Adrianne Crawford Axia College University of Phoenix
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Theories 2 There several components that make up the Theory of Biology the first theory that it consist of is the, Evolution theory of natural selection is a process that happens of a consecutive generations. The Inheritance theory is the theory of how things are hereditary or things that are transmitted from generation to generation. Biological Classifitation theory is the theory of classifying living organisms by differences and similarities. The cells theory this theory states that living organisms are made of cells and every cell come from other life cells. Bioenergetics theory, the theory of energy transforming in and around an organism. Homeostasis theory the belongings of a closed and open system of a living organism, that operates in its internal environment
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Unformatted text preview: to maintain a stable and ongoing condition. The last theory of Biology is the Ecosystem theory is the theory of an organism engaged together and their surroundings and also a change in biological community or the physical environment that can cause changes in other parts. Example of Bioenergetics a woman who has chronic, neck and shoulder pain when its time for her to speak in front of a larger body of people and it tends to get worst. She takes a bioenergetics session in this session her theorpitst explains to her how the process works, like taking deep breathes and contact with the ground through special exercises. After a couple of sessions it helps her to overcome her fear of speaking to a large crowd. Theories 3 Reference: Cardoza-Dockter, N. (1998-2010). Becoming Fully Alive through Bienegetic Analysis . : . Poper, K. (1968). What isBiology? ....
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