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Biology 111H Week 1

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Biology 111H Week 1

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Mainly covers the small basics of biology Includes: Definition of Biology Characteristics of Living Things Levels of Organizations
Biology I
Dr. Webb
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Simone Howard on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to at Clark Atlanta University taught by Dr. Webb in Fall 2012. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Biology I in Biological Sciences at Clark Atlanta University.


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Date Created: 09/15/16
Biology I Lecture 1­ Biology­ study of life / the study of living things  The variety of life is staggering and quite strange  Ex: Gastric Brooding Frogs­ swallow their young and regurgitate the young after development  Fetal Sharks­ young eat each other in the womb Some pine trees outline 10 generations of humans (generation­ 20 years) Characteristics of Living Things: 1. Organized  a) Cells come from living cells, cells are the base of all living things b) Unicellular­ organisms that are composed of one cell c) Multicellular­ organisms with many cells 2. Require materials and energy 3. Maintain homeostasis (regulate internal environment within a range that is suitable for life) a) Ex: Humans temperature is 98.6 F 4. Respond to external stimuli (conditions) 5. Reproduce and develop 6. Have adaptations Emergent Property  The result form the interactions between levels of organizations in living systems Levels of Organization Atoms * The interaction of the  molecules in a cell, makes  Molecules the living, compared to  Cell nonliving cells Tissue Organs Organ System Complex Living Organisms Population Community Ecosystem Biosphere­ regions of the Earth's crust, waters and atmosphere inhabited by living things


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