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bio204.s1.d07

cava bio 204 s1.d07 characteristics of life 2

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At the most basic level, many of the questions biologists ask have to do with [-tion]: How are the components of living things put together, and how do those components work together? At the most basic level, many of the questions biologists ask have to do with organization: How are the components of living things put together, and how do those components work together?
The basic unit of life is the [...]. The basic unit of life is the cell.
Organelle means 'little [...]' Organelle means 'little organ'
Multicell organisms have [-ed] cells. Multicell organisms have specialized cells.
A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the [...], tissue, organ, and organ system. A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, organ, and organ system.
A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, [...], organ, and organ system. A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, organ, and organ system.
A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, [...], and organ system. A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, organ, and organ system.
A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, organ, and [...]. A key principle of life is that internally multi-cell organisms are organized in levels. These levels are the cell, tissue, organ, and organ system.
[...] tissues are cells that cover body surfaces. Epithelial tissues are cells that cover body surfaces.
[...] tissues support and strengthen other tissues. Connective tissues support and strengthen other tissues.
[...] tissues cause the body to move. Muscle tissues cause the body to move.
[...] tissues run through the other tissues, receiving and processing signals. Nerve tissues run through the other tissues, receiving and processing signals.
There's an old saying in biology, "[...] follows [...]" - The structure of each component in a living organism reflects its function. There's an old saying in biology, "Form follows function" - The structure of each component in a living organism reflects its function.
The shape (structure) of a bird's beak, for example, often reflects how and what the bird eats ([...]). The shape (structure) of a bird's beak, for example, often reflects how and what the bird eats (function).
'Organic' only means that something contains [...]. That's what the word organic means: containing [...]. If you think it means anything else, (like 'natural', or 'groovy', or 'environmentally friendly'), you are mistaken. 'Organic' only means that something contains carbon. That's what the word organic means: containing carbon. If you think it means anything else, (like 'natural', or 'groovy', or 'environmentally friendly'), you are mistaken.
Unfortunately, a lot of people have co-opted the word 'organic' and use it to mean things other than 'containing [...]'. I now have to fight against your tendency to think 'organic' means all these other things... it doesn't. Unfortunately, a lot of people have co-opted the word 'organic' and use it to mean things other than 'containing carbon'. I now have to fight against your tendency to think 'organic' means all these other things... it doesn't.
Living organisms are made of types of molecules called [...] compounds. Each of these molecules is includes the element carbon. Living organisms are made of types of molecules called organic compounds. Each of these molecules is includes the element carbon.
All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. [l-] 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids. All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids.
All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. [c-] 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids. All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids.
All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. [p-] 4. nucleic acids. All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids.
All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. [n-] All living organisms are made up primarily of four major types of molecules: 1. lipids 2. carbohydrates 3. proteins 4. nucleic acids.
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