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Lvls of Organization

QuestionAnswer
What is the least complex "thing" we learned? Atom
What is the next most complex thing after an ATOM? Element
Is an ATOM alive? NO
What is an element? An atom or atoms of the same type of substance
What is less complex then an ELEMENT? Atom
What is in between an ELEMENT and a COMPOUND? Molecule
What is a MOLECULE? 2 or more atoms bonded together (can be the same or diff)
What is less complex than an ORGANELLE? Compound
How is a MOLECULE different than a COMPOUND? Molecules can be the same or different, but compounds have to be different
If you put all the ORGANELLES together, what do you get? Cell
Are ORGANELLES considered to be alive? No
What is the LOWEST level that can be considered alive? Cell
TISSUES are made out of what? Cells
True/False- Skin TISSUE is more complex than a heart CELL? True
What is more complex than a TISSUE? Organ
What do you get if you put all the related ORGANS together? Organ System
What is more complex than an ORGAN SYSTEM? Organism
What are ORGANISMS of the same kind interacting? Population
What are different populations interacting? Community
What level of organization is it when you add non-living factors to a COMMUNITY? Ecosystem
When you add all the similar ECOSYSTEMS together (ie. within the state of Texas), what do you get? Ecoregion
When you add all the similar ECOREGIONS of the world together (ie. all the deserts of the world), what do you get? Biome
What is the BIOSPHERE? All the parts of the Earth that can support life. The lower part of the atmosphere, the upper part of crust of the Earth, and water of the Earth.
What do you get if you add the mantle and the core to the BIOSPHERE? Planet
When you add all the planets, the sun, surrounding space, and the other objects to EARTH, what do you get? Solar System
Can you name all the levels from least to most complex? Yes/No
Can you name all the levels from most to least complex? Yes/No
Created by: mvanderb
 

 



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