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Themes in Biology amp the Scienti c method Ch 1 0 De ne each level of biological organization and be able to give your own speci c example molecule cell tissue organ organism population community ecosystem biosphere Biosphere all life on Earth Ecosystem all living amp nonliving things in a particular area Grasslands deserts coral reef Community all organisms inhabiting a particular ecosystem set of population In forest ecosys kinds of treesanimalsmushroomsfungi microorganisms gt these r called species Population all individuals of a species within the bound of a speci c area Sugar maple trees whitetailed deer Organism individual living thing Each maple tree each deer Organ and Organ system Organ a body part that carries out a particular function consists of multi tissues Leaves stems roots Organ system team of organ that cooperates in a larger function Tissues a group of cells that works together performing a specialized function Honeycombed tissues loc of photosynthesis amp epidermis surface of leaves Cells fundamental unit of structure and function Single cell performs all functions Multicellular division of labor among specialized cells Organelles various functional components present in cells Chloroplasts r respns 4 photosynthesis Molecules a chem structure consisting of gt 2 atoms Chlorophyll pigment molecule convert light into energy
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