Bio Notes Chapter 1
Bio Notes Chapter 1 Biol 100
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexandra Jones on Tuesday February 10, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Biol 100 at San Francisco State University taught by Heather Murdock in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see Biology in Biology at San Francisco State University.
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Date Created: 02/10/15
January 282015 mm Biology Study of life Traits of living organisms 1 Composed of cellssmallest unit of life 2 All living organisms respond to stimuli 3 Grow and reproduceAsexual 4 Utilize energy 5 Maintain internal metabolism environment Homeostasis Keep it the same 6 Adapt to environmental changesevolution survival of the ttest Classi cation 5 kingdoms 1BacteriaProkaryotic simple unicellular cells decomposers and some producers 2 ProtistasSome are unicellular and some are muticeuar 3 Fungus Decomposers are muticeuar like mushrooms and some are unicellular like yeast 4 PlantsAll have cell wallsall photosynthesize call walls made of cellulose 5 AnimalConsumers they have no cell walls BacteriaProtistas Plants Fungus Animalssponges sh lamphibians Dinosaurs birds Reptiles Mammals Human Classi cation KingdomAnimals PhylumChordata ClassMammals OrderPrimates FamilyHominids GenusHomo SpeciesSapiens Scienti c Method Observe surroundings HypothesisEducated guess make predictions TestDesign experimenttest with lots of replication and control Analyze date and see if it is statistically signi cant ConclusionMake conclusion ShareMake sure you share your information with your community P P FP NE
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