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Biology

BIOLOGY STUFF

The seven major themes of Biology

1. EvolutionThe theory that species change over time. It occurs through natural selection.2. Reproduction and InheritanceAsexual - no exchange of genetic information between organisms.Sexual genetic exchange between organisms.3. DevelopmentThe process in which an organisms grows.

Are bacteria, Viuses and Fungus living organisms?

Not all are living organisms. Bacteria and Fungus are living organisms, but Viruses are not at all living organisms.

1. MovementAll living things move in some way. This may be obvious, such as animals that are able to walk, or less obvious, such as plants that have parts that move to track the movement of the sun.2. RespirationThe food that living things eat supplies their body with energy-rich molecules such as glucose. 3.SensitivityThe ability to detect changes in the surrounding environment.3.GrowthAll living things grow.4. ReproductionThe ability to reproduce and pass genetic information onto their offspring.5.ExcretionGetting rid of waste.Earthworms excrete waste from their anus – the last segment of their body.6.NutritionThe intake and use of nutrients. This occurs in very different ways in different kinds of living things.

4. StructureAnatomy- internal morphology.structures determines function.5. Energy RelationshipsAll organism use energy.6. EcologyThe study of the relationship between organisms and their environments.7.HeredityPassing on Characteristics to the next generation.

Six characteristics of all living things.

By: Lisette Franco & Bryan M.

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