ORGANIZATION OF LIFE           Chapter 1 Section 301-05-03                         1
Objectives: List three advantages of being  Multicellular. Describe the levels of organization in  living things.01-05-0...
Cells:01-05-03   3
Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered  structure that contains all of the  materials necessary for life.01-05-03           ...
Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered  structure that contains all of the  materials necessary for life.• Cells are only se...
Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered  structure that contains all of the  materials necessary for life.• Cells are only se...
Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether01-05-03        4
Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether• A tissue is a group of  cells that work together to  perform a specific job in the  body.01-...
Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether• A tissue is a group of  cells that work together to  perform a specific job in the  body.• B...
Organs:Tissues Working Together01-05-03                   5
Organs:Tissues Working Together• Organ is two or  more tissues  working together  to perform a  specific job.01-05-03     ...
Organs:Tissues Working Together• Organ is two or  more tissues  working together  to perform a  specific job.• Examples in...
Organ Systems:       Organs working together01-05-03                     6
Organ Systems:       Organs working together                 • An organ system is a                   group of organs     ...
Organ Systems:           A Great Combination• The organs in an organ system  depend on each other. If any  part of the sys...
Organism:Independent Living01-05-03             8
Organism:Independent Living• An organism is anything that  can live on its own and is made  up of at least one cell.01-05-...
Organism:Independent Living• An organism is anything that  can live on its own and is made  up of at least one cell.• Exam...
Types of Organisms:01-05-03                         9
Types of Organisms:• Unicellular organism is a single  cell that is living on its own.  (Example: Bacteria)01-05-03       ...
Types of Organisms:• Unicellular organism is a single  cell that is living on its own.  (Example: Bacteria)• Multicellular...
Advantages of being              Multicellular:01-05-03                         10
Advantages of being              Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are  fewer predators.01-05-03               ...
Advantages of being              Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are  fewer predators.• Longer life because t...
Advantages of being              Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are  fewer predators.• Longer life because t...
Levels of Living Things:• Organism- one living individual01-05-03                            11
Population01-05-03                12
Population• A Population is a group of  organisms that are the same  kind and that live in the same  area.01-05-03        ...
Community01-05-03               13
Community• A Community is two or more  different populations living in  the same area.01-05-03                        13
Ecosystem01-05-03               14
Ecosystem               • An Ecosystem is                 the community                 and all of the                 non...
01-05-03   15
Put It All Together!01-05-03                          15
Put It All Together!                   Cell01-05-03                          15
Put It All Together!                   Cell                  Tissue01-05-03                          15
Put It All Together!                   Cell                  Tissue                  Organ01-05-03                        ...
Put It All Together!                  Cell                 Tissue                 Organ              Organ System01-05-03 ...
Put It All Together!                  Cell                 Tissue                 Organ              Organ System         ...
Put It All Together!                  Cell                 Tissue                 Organ              Organ System         ...
Put It All Together!                  Cell                 Tissue                 Organ              Organ System         ...
Put It All Together!                  Cell                 Tissue                 Organ              Organ System         ...
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  • 1 3 organization of life keynote

    1. 1. ORGANIZATION OF LIFE Chapter 1 Section 301-05-03 1
    2. 2. Objectives: List three advantages of being Multicellular. Describe the levels of organization in living things.01-05-03 2
    3. 3. Cells:01-05-03 3
    4. 4. Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the materials necessary for life.01-05-03 3
    5. 5. Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the materials necessary for life.• Cells are only seen with a microscope.01-05-03 3
    6. 6. Cells:• A cell is a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the materials necessary for life.• Cells are only seen with a microscope.• You have about 200 different kinds of cells in your body.(example: red blood cells, white blood cells, bacteria cells)01-05-03 3
    7. 7. Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether01-05-03 4
    8. 8. Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether• A tissue is a group of cells that work together to perform a specific job in the body.01-05-03 4
    9. 9. Tissue:Cells WorkingTogether• A tissue is a group of cells that work together to perform a specific job in the body.• Blood, fat, and muscle cells are just a few of the many cells that make tissues in your body.01-05-03 4
    10. 10. Organs:Tissues Working Together01-05-03 5
    11. 11. Organs:Tissues Working Together• Organ is two or more tissues working together to perform a specific job.01-05-03 5
    12. 12. Organs:Tissues Working Together• Organ is two or more tissues working together to perform a specific job.• Examples include: stomach, intestines, heart, lungs, and skin01-05-03 5
    13. 13. Organ Systems: Organs working together01-05-03 6
    14. 14. Organ Systems: Organs working together • An organ system is a group of organs working together to perform particular jobs. (Examples: digestive system, nervous system, respiratory system)01-05-03 6
    15. 15. Organ Systems: A Great Combination• The organs in an organ system depend on each other. If any part of the system fails, the whole system is affected. Failure of one organ system can affect other organ systems.01-05-03 7
    16. 16. Organism:Independent Living01-05-03 8
    17. 17. Organism:Independent Living• An organism is anything that can live on its own and is made up of at least one cell.01-05-03 8
    18. 18. Organism:Independent Living• An organism is anything that can live on its own and is made up of at least one cell.• Example: Cat, Human, oak tree)01-05-03 8
    19. 19. Types of Organisms:01-05-03 9
    20. 20. Types of Organisms:• Unicellular organism is a single cell that is living on its own. (Example: Bacteria)01-05-03 9
    21. 21. Types of Organisms:• Unicellular organism is a single cell that is living on its own. (Example: Bacteria)• Multicellular organism can exist only as a group of cells and that can only survive when part of the whole organism.01-05-03 9
    22. 22. Advantages of being Multicellular:01-05-03 10
    23. 23. Advantages of being Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are fewer predators.01-05-03 10
    24. 24. Advantages of being Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are fewer predators.• Longer life because the individuals life span is not limited to one cell’s existence.01-05-03 10
    25. 25. Advantages of being Multicellular:• Larger size means that there are fewer predators.• Longer life because the individuals life span is not limited to one cell’s existence.• Specialization makes the organism more efficient.01-05-03 10
    26. 26. Levels of Living Things:• Organism- one living individual01-05-03 11
    27. 27. Population01-05-03 12
    28. 28. Population• A Population is a group of organisms that are the same kind and that live in the same area.01-05-03 12
    29. 29. Community01-05-03 13
    30. 30. Community• A Community is two or more different populations living in the same area.01-05-03 13
    31. 31. Ecosystem01-05-03 14
    32. 32. Ecosystem • An Ecosystem is the community and all of the nonliving things that affect it, such as water, soil, rocks, light, and temperature.01-05-03 14
    33. 33. 01-05-03 15
    34. 34. Put It All Together!01-05-03 15
    35. 35. Put It All Together! Cell01-05-03 15
    36. 36. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue01-05-03 15
    37. 37. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ01-05-03 15
    38. 38. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ Organ System01-05-03 15
    39. 39. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism01-05-03 15
    40. 40. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism Population01-05-03 15
    41. 41. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism Population Community01-05-03 15
    42. 42. Put It All Together! Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism Population Community Ecosystem01-05-03 15
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