1103-Lecture 2-Defining Life

1103-Lecture 2-Defining Life - Life Lecture 2 What is Life?...

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Unformatted text preview: Life Lecture 2 What is Life? Biology The study of Life and living things Living or non-Living http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP2WE00H What is Life? How do you define Life? Animal Plant Definitions of life Unity of Life (7 )-Defining Life q 1) Organization q 2) Homeostasis q 3) Responding to stimuli q 4) Metabolism q 5) Growth q 6) Reproduction q 7) Living things as a whole evolve 1) Complex Organization 16 Nov. 2010 Ecology-1.ppt 9 1) Complex Levels of Organization Ecosystem level Population level >Organismal level (individual) Organ system level Organ level Tissue level Cellular level Organelle level Macromolecular level Simple molecular level Atomic level 2) Homeostasis Homeostatis- (greek)- to stay the same -temperature -pH -salt levels 3) Responding to stimuli Animals-develop elaborate sensory organs, nervous system, muscular system (responding to light, sound, touch, chemicals) Plants-growing towards light Bacteria-Chemotaxis 4) Metabolism Plants (autotrophs) CO 2 + H 2 O glucose and 0 2 Animals (heterotroph)- Glucose and Other compounds and break them down to energy 5) Growth 6) Reproduction Sexual- Asexual- Binary fission- Budding- 7) Living things as a whole evolve Evolution The change genetic make up in a population due to: 1) a natural variety of alleles in an population 2) external selective pressure Living? Definitions of life...
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