Biology - repeatable Figure 14-7- cannot always manipulate...

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Kingdoms and domains Monera (prokaryotes) are very diverse (2 of the 3 domains) These cells do not have a nucleus. The suffix "karyote" refers to the nucleus, and comes up in words like "perikaryon" (the part of a nerve cell near its nucleus) and "karyotype" (the chromosomal constitution of a cell). The other four kingdoms have eukaryotic cells. Protista (single celled "plants" and "animals") are also very diverse Fungi Plantae Animalia Do they make their own food? Fig. 1-10 Fig. 28.1 Autotroph vs. Heterotroph (self- other-feeder) Food web (from ecology chapter) Nature of scientific inquiry Fig. 1-4 Scientific inquiry and scientific method is based on observation - systematic, objective,
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Unformatted text preview: repeatable Figure 14-7- cannot always manipulate things, example: studying the fossil record. But you can make observations like the similarities in the forelimbs of birds and mammals. various kinds of science. some scientists make models (mathematical or electrical) of biological systems that have predictive value. Other scientists collect descriptive data that further substantiates a global theory. Fig. 1-10 (Already shown in first lecture outline). Review this later for the test. ***** Model: energy flow in biology...
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