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Unit 1:1

Week 1

1 components of a controlled experiment Observation of what you see
2 components of a controlled experiment Question based off of what you see
3 components of a controlled experiment Proposing a hypothesis to help in solving the question
4 components of a controlled experiment Prediction of what you think is going to happen
5 components of a controlled experiment Testing the hypothesis by having two different group that can be tested
6 components of a controlled experiment Results are used by showing graphs, charts, and an explanation of what you did
Order coordinated strictures that consist of one or more cells Example: tissues
Sensitivity or response to stimuli moving away or towards something Example humans moving away from a hot stove
reproduction the next generation Examples single-celled organisms duplicate DNA, multicellular organisms use fertilization
adaptation an animals ability to survive and reproduce Example: archaea living in boiling hotsprings
growth and development all organisms are able to grow and develop and pass down their genetic material to the next generation example: baby growing up to be an adult
homeostasis organisms are able to achieve a relatively constant internal environment Example: perspiration in humans or panting in dogs
energy processing environment, whether in the form of sunshine or food is transformed by living things to do the work of life Examples: plants absorbing sunlight for food, animals eating other animals or plants
evolution the diversity and unity of life is a consequence of changes in hereditary material over time Example: mutation or inherited material over time
Cells itself is the smallest fundamental unit of structure and function in living organisms
Tissues are groups of similar cells carrying out similar or related functions
Organs collections of tissues grouped together performing a common function
Organ systems a higher level of organization that consists of functionally related organs
Organisms individual living entities
Populations all individuals of a species living within a specific area
Communities sum of populations inhabiting a particular area
Ecosystems consists of all the living things in a particular area together with both living and non-living things
Biosphere collection of all ecosystems
Created by: Ollie2020



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