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Levels of Org.

Atom (apply it to the world) Iron and Calcium are needed in the human body to keep your bones strong.
Atom (examples) Hydrogen, Iron, Calcium, Neon, Argon, etc.
Macromolecules (apply it to the world) Lipids make up the cell membrane, every living things is composed of cells.
Macromolecules (examples) Proteins, DNA, RNA, along with carbohydrates and lipids.
Organelles (apply it to the world) The nucleus is the color blue in an onion cell.
Organelles (examples) Nucleus, Golgi Apparatus, Rough and Smooth ER, Mitochondria, Lysosomes, Cell Membrane, Chloroplast, etc.
Cells (apply it to the world) Cells make up all living things ex. birds, humans, monkeys, fish, etc.
Cells (examples) Human blood cells
Prokaryotes (apply it to the world) Not as organized as Eukaryotes, less complex structure, and also it is unicellular.
Prokaryotes (examples) Bacteria is most common, because it is unorganized and is also unicellular.
Eukaryotes (apply it to the world) More organized than prokaryotes, has a more complex structure, and is multi cellular.
Eukaryotes (examples) Humans, monkeys, elephants, dogs, cats, etc.
Tissues (apply it to the world) Tissues are cells operating similar functions like your heart, and all the contraptions in your brain.
Tissues (examples) Human skin tissues, the tissues that make up muscles, etc.
Organs (apply it to the world) Organs make up organ systems, like the digestive system. The digestive system is made up of the liver, stomach, etc.
Organs (examples) The stomach and intestine
Organ Systems (apply it to the world) The respiratory system helps humans take in oxygen and convert it to carbon dioxide, in which it releases.
Organ Systems (examples) Digestive system, respiratory system, etc.
Organisms (apply it to the world) An organism, like a clown fish (ONLY ONE), all are different species and all have something different. When they all come together they create populations and communities.
Organisms (examples) Clown Fish, Baboon, Silverback Gorilla, Beta Fish, Cookie Cutter Shark, etc.
Population (apply it to the world) Together, a group of pine trees can create a population if they are all the same species in the same general area.
Population (examples) Pine trees, buffalos, moose, pigs, horses, sheep, etc.
Community (apply it to the world) All the plant and animal species come together in one general ecosystem.
Community (examples) A forest, a coral reef, a lake, underground, etc.
Ecosystem (apply it to the world) Includes living organisms and the environment in which they live in, a costal ecosystem in the Southern United States.
Ecosystem (examples) A costal ecosystem, underground, a part of the ocean, etc.
Biosphere (apply it to the world) Encompasses all the ecosystems on Earth.
Biosphere (examples) All the ecosystems on Earth, the oceans, land, below ground, etc.
Molecule (apply it to the world) When going through photosynthesis, oxygen goes in and carbon dioxide comes out. These are examples of?
Molecule (examples) Carbon Dioxide, Water, Sugar, Glucose, etc.
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