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☆ Biology - the study of life I. Properties of life
1. a high level of organization typifies lite
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D. Energy processing
1. use of chemical energy to power an organisms
actrities and chemical reactions
to an ability to control an organisms internal
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environment within Imits that sustain life
F. Response to the environment
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6. Evolutionary adaptation - odaptatius e dve over
many generation as individuals w/ traits best Suited to their chirament have greater reproduce success and pass their traits to offspring
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area and the physcal components with which the organism interact.
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held together by chemical bonds Ill New Properties that Emerge Emergent Properties emergent properties - properties that arise
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from the arrangement and interaction amoing scorenedors 1. Competition
a. emege at the level of population 2. Nutrent cycling
a emerges at the ecosystem. 3. Life
☆ the structural and functond onts of life A. All cells
1. enclosed by a membrane that requlite
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compartments or organella including a nucleus that hause DNA
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the result of complex interactions B. System biology
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properties by modeling dynamics behavior 2. Can be done at any level from Organelles to
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1. plants are the producers that provide tood 2. consumes lot plants and other animals sa decomposers act as recyclers, changing conder
matter into simpler chemicals that plants can absorb and use
Ecosystem Dynamics A Nutrients (chemicals) are recycled within closystems B. Energy flows through the ecosystem, entering as
sunlight and exiting as heat Unity of life 4. DNA OUR
1. The substance of genes. B. Genos
1 unit of inhentance that transmits Information from
parents to offspring Los grouped into veng lone DNA molecles Called
Chromosomer 3. control the activities of acell 4. all the many genes in an organism make up its genome
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have now been sequenced
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Diversity of life A-approxmetely 1.8 million Species have been