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cava bio 204 s1.d33 3.01 The Cell and Life

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[-s] are the basic unit of all living things. And by 'basic unit', they mean that cells are the smallest part of a living thing that's still alive Cells are the basic unit of all living things. And by 'basic unit', they mean that cells are the smallest part of a living thing that's still alive
Cells are the basic unit of all living things. And by 'basic unit', they mean that cells are the smallest part of a living thing that's [...] Cells are the basic unit of all living things. And by 'basic unit', they mean that cells are the smallest part of a living thing that's still alive
Biological compounds are made primarily from: C, H, O, N -- and to a lesser extent -- P, S, and Ca Mnemonic: [...] *There are many others found in trace amounts. Biological compounds are made primarily from: C, H, O, N -- and to a lesser extent -- P, S, and Ca Mnemonic: Cows Help Only Nude People See CAlifornia *There are many others found in trace amounts.
All cells arise from [...]. (although we speculate that they must have originally arisen from something that wasn't quite a cell) All cells arise from existing cells. (although we speculate that they must have originally arisen from something that wasn't quite a cell)
Many living things are composed of only one cell—they are [-cellular] . The prefix uni- means one. The bacteria in your mouth, as well as the innumerable other kinds of bacteria on the planet, are [-cellular]. Many living things are composed of only one cell—they are unicellular . The prefix uni- means one. The bacteria in your mouth, as well as the innumerable other kinds of bacteria on the planet, are unicellular.
despite the differences in shape, size, color, and so forth, the cells of any multicell organism have the same basic internal [-s]. despite the differences in shape, size, color, and so forth, the cells of any multicell organism have the same basic internal structures.
In multicell organisms, cells that work together form [-s]. In multicell organisms, cells that work together form tissues.
When cells work together to perform a very specific function, that group of cells is called a [...]. When cells work together to perform a very specific function, that group of cells is called a tissue.
Tissues that work together form [...]. Tissues that work together form organs.
An [...] is a group of different tissues working together to perform a specific function. An organ is a group of different tissues working together to perform a specific function.
Organs that work together are [...], which together make up an organism.... but, of course, remember that some organisms are just a few cells; too small to have organ systems. Organs that work together are organ systems, which together make up an organism.... but, of course, remember that some organisms are just a few cells; too small to have organ systems.
The [...] system is the organ system that makes hormones. The endocrine system is the organ system that makes hormones.
Levels of cell organization: 1. [...] 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: can't take only one
Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. [...] 3. organ 4. organ system Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: can't take only one
Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. [...] 4. organ system Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: can't take only one
Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. [...] Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: can't take only one
Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: [...] Levels of cell organization: 1. cell 2. tissue 3. organ 4. organ system *mnemonic: can't take only one
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