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  • 1. Welcome to Biology
    • Room A101
    • Mrs. O’Hara
    • Please have a seat 
  • 2. Branches of Biology
  • 3. The Molecular Level
    • Study the molecular units of life.
  • 4. The Molecular Level
    • Study the molecular units of life.
      • Investigate the workings of DNA.
  • 5. The Molecular Level
    • Study the molecular units of life.
      • Investigate the structure of DNA.
      • Study basic organic molecules (protein, fat, carbohydrate…)
  • 6. The Molecular Level
    • Study the molecular units of life.
      • Investigate DNA.
      • Study basic organic molecules (protein, fat, carbohydrate…)
      • Example: studies the drugs on DNA.
  • 7. The Cellular Level
    • Studies cells.
  • 8. The Cellular Level
    • Studies cells.
      • Studies how cells divide
  • 9. The Cellular Level
    • Studies cells.
      • how cells divide
      • structure and function of a cell
  • 10. The Cellular Level
    • Studies cells.
      • Studies how cells divide
      • Studies the structure and function of a cell
      • Example:
      • what happens to cancer cells exposed to tobacco.
  • 11. The Multicellular Level
    • Studies Multicellular Organisms.
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 12. The Multicellular Level
    • Studies Multicellular Organisms.
      • Animal behavior
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 13. The Multicellular Level
    • Studies Multicellular Organisms.
      • Animal Anatomy
      • Plant Physiology.
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 14. The Multicellular Level
    • Studies Multicellular Organisms.
      • Animal behavior
      • Plant and animal structure and function.
      • Example:
      • How do roses reproduce .
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 15. The Population Level
    • Studies groups of organisms.
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 16. The Population Level
    • Studies groups of organisms.
      • How does a population interact with the environment.
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 17. The Population Level
    • Studies groups of organisms.
      • How does a population interact with the environment.
      • What is the effect of humans on nearby life.
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 18. The Population Level
    • Studies groups of organisms.
      • How does a population interact
      • What is the effect of humans on nearby life.
      • Example:
      • How does bees communicate?
    Zoologists set up bat traps
  • 19. The Global Level
    • Study organisms and the environment on a global scale.
  • 20. The Global Level
    • Study organisms and the environment on a global scale.
      • Example:
      • How does global warming effect the number of species worldwide?
  • 21. The Global Level
  • 22. Name That Level of Biology!!
  • 23. Studies a pride of lions over mating season
  • 24. Studies a pride of lions over mating season Population Level
  • 25. Which chemical works best to block the hormones.
  • 26. Which chemical works best to block hormones. Molecular Level
  • 27. Which chemical works best to block hormones. Molecular Level
  • 28. How does a cell remove respiratory wastes
  • 29. How does a cell remove respiratory wastes Cellular Level
  • 30. Student Handout Branches of Biology Handout
  • 31. Branches of Biology Real World Examples What is studied? Description Branch