Theories of Biology

Theories of Biology - Bioenergetics theory states that...

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Theories of Biology Inheritance is a theory that Gregor Mendel developed. He was trying to prove how a gene could be passed down from one parent to a child. For example: In today’s society doctors can now provide DNA tests to see if a child and parent share the same genes or not. Evolution by Natural Selection is a theory that has two parts, species and the mechanisms for the species. Charles Derwin wanted to test to see why there are so many different living things. The Cells Theory is the third theory of biology that states that all organisms contain cells that come from cells. Biological Classification theory is a theory that was developed to help us classify things by their similarities and differences.
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Unformatted text preview: Bioenergetics theory states that there isn’t a separation between the mind and body. Homeostasis theory states that an organism is best when it can maintain a constant internal environment. Ecosystems theory states that organisms can interact better with other organisms in their own environment. This theory is the most complex than the others. References: Bailey, R. (2011). Homeostasis . Retrieved from biologydictionary/g/homeostasis.htm Pruitt, N. L., & Underwood, L. S. (2006). Bioinquiry: Making connections in biology (3rd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc ....
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