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  • Biology: Themes in The Study of Life
    Areil Henderson
    EDU 290 11-12:15p.m.
    High School Biology Class
    October 10, 2010
  • About Biology
    Biology is the scientific study of life.
    Biology has woven into fabric of our culture more than ever before.
    Biology apart of our everyday life; without biology we as humans would not exist.
  • The World of Life
    Evolution- the process of change that has transformed life on Earth from its earliest beginning to the diversity of organisms living today.
  • What are the properties of life?
    Evolutionary adaptation
    Order
    Response to the environment
    Regulation
    Energy processing
    Growth and Development
    Reproduction
  • Themes of the concepts of biology
    Emergent properties are due to the arrangement and interactions of parts as complexity increases.
    Example: If a serious head injury disrupts the intricate architecture of a human brain, the mind may not function properly
    Our thoughts and memories are emergent properties of a complex network of nerve cells.
  • Systems Biology
    Systems biology constructs models for dynamic behavior of whole biological systems.
    Systems biology is relevant to the study of life at all levels.
    Systems biology has taken hold at the cellular and molecular levels.
  • Cells are an organisms basic unit of structure and functions
    In life, cells have a special place as the lowest level of organization that can perform all activities required for life.
    The division of cells to form new cells is basis for all reproduction and for the growth and repair of multicellular organisms.
    Understanding how cells work is a major focus in biological research.
  • All cells share certain charecteristics
    Every cell is enclosed be a membrane that regulates the passage of materials between the cell and its surroundings.
    Every cell uses DNA as its genetic information
    We can only distinguish between two main forms of cells: prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells.
  • About the cell
    Eukaryotic cell
    Sub-divided by internal membranes into various membrane-enclosed organelles.
    Plants, animals and all life forms are composed of eukaryotic cells.
    Prokaryotic cell
    The DNA is not separated from the rest of the cell by enclosure in a membrane-bounded nucleus.
    Bacteria and archea are prokaryotic.
  • How well were you listening?
    What is biology?
    Biology the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular.
    Biology is the scientific study of life.
    Biology is designed for explaining what prokaryotes and eukaryotic cells are made of.
  • Biology Rocks
    What are the properties of life?
    Pull out a sheet of paper and list at least 4 of the 7 properties of life.
    List the importance of systems biology.
    Give a brief summary of what systems biology is and why it is important to humans.
  • Answers
    What is biology?
    • B. Biology is the scientific study of life.
    What are the properties of life?
    Evolutionary adaptation
    Order
    Response to the environment
    Regulation
    Energy processing
    Growth and Development
    Reproduction
    List the importance of systems biology.
    Anywhere along the lines of:
    Systems biology constructs models for dynamic behavior of whole biological systems.
    Systems biology is relevant to the study of life at all levels.
    Systems biology has taken hold at the cellular and molecular levels.
  • Work cited
    Pictures
    http://daily.swarthmore.edu/2009/2/19/gilbert-vatican/
    http://www.uni-konstanz.de/FuF/Bio/fachbereich/1-1-news.html
    https://www.etap.org/demo/biology1/instruction3tutor.html
    • Text
    -Biology 8th edition by Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece - Addison-Wesley (2007) - Hardback - 1393 pages - ISBN 0321543254