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Molecule A chemical structure consisting of at least two atoms Make up the macro molecules in my body
Macro molecule large molecules that are typically formed by polymerization Make up molecules like lipids and proteins
Organelles small structures that exist within cells Make up the cells in my body
Cell smallest fundamental unit of structure and function in living organisms Makes up my body and tissues
Prokaryotes single-celled or colonial organisms that do not have membrane-bound nuclei or organelles Things such as bacteria
Eukaryotes Cells that have membrane-bound organelles and a membrane-bound nucleus Make up people and animals
Tissues A group of combined cells Create functioning organs and protect my body
Organs Multiple tissues combined Are vital to the survival of by body such as Heart
Organ System Many organs that work together Important to survival like the nervous system
Organisms Many organ systems that create a functioning organism Humans
Population A group of organisms A city or suburb
Community Multiple groups of organisms Gleannloch Farms
Ecosystems Multiple communities form The environment we live in
Biosphere Multiple ecosystems The Earth
Atom The smallest and most fundamental unit of matter Makes up all the elements in the world like oxygen.
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