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Ben q Bio 104 Day 2 what is life? Websters dic. . just gives a list of characteristics take in food , get energy from it , grow, adapt, and reproduce Scientific Knowledge:( characteristics) 1. Subject to change ; when do you change the knowledge? when new knowledge is known. 2. Testable; falsifiable : 3. measurable : you can ____ it . . ( weight , taste) if its not measurable then its not science. 4. Repeatable; natural law , how something can be constant from today to billions of years ago 5. Peer Review: Theory: (on the street a theory is usually an untested for speculation. ) broad_ explanatory power, explains a lot of things that you can observe. ///several lines of evidence.( geological , biological)/// in science. Levels of Organization in Nature::(appendix A) emergent properties: properties that cant be explained by dividing the group or level on the ladder. Biosphere Ecosystems Community Population Organism Ecosystem: all the organisms plus the abiotic factors within a given area/ Energy flow through and nutrients cycles within an ecosystem. Abiotic factors: 1 sun 2 water 3 nutrient : nitrogen carbon 4 Oxygen 5 Metabolic wastes 6 wind, weather ( climate) Bioms ( from low to high): Tundra: low water , low water. low biomass Tiga: Temperate: tropics : High sun High water high biomass. Ecosystem def part 2.
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“Energy flows through and nutrient cycle within an ecosystem. “ Sun to the ecosystem and leaves as heat. however the nutrients flow in circles unlike the sun to heat. Solar energy: -> chemical energy , photosynthesis. 6 Co2 6 H20 = C6 H12 O6 (sugar glucose) + 6 O2 ( hexagon is a glucose) //yellow as energy color// 3 ways to process energy; Burn, Build, Store Burn: cell respiration ::backwards of photosynthesis:: ATP- universal energy molecules. Build: in plants cell walls:: cellulose, Store: in plants : starch. chains of sugar. Trophic levels: Producers; Plants. .. photosynthetic organisms Autotrophs. Consumers; Animals Hetrotrophs: eaters of produces Primary consumers : herbivores ( leaf eaters ((long an complex guts)), fruit((shorter then leaf eaters)) , seed ect.) Secondary consumers: eat meat. . carnivores shorter digestive tracts Teeth::: Molars vs. Canine Day #3 omnivore- all , devourer. eats plants and animals. .. hybrids look similar to both other types of digestive straitest. detritivores- they eat dead bodies. animal and plant bodies.
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