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  • 10-27-09
    • Define:
    • Growth
    • Development
    • Molecule
  • Basic Characteristics of Living Things
    • All living things are made of ________
    • The basic unit of structure and function of all living things is a __________.
    • Unicellular means:
    •  
    • Multicellular means:
    • Contains _______________ of life
    • Water H 2 O Most abundant compound in cells
    • Organic Compounds contain __________
    • Carbohydrates energy source
    • Example:
    • Protein
    • Example:
    • Lipids
    • Example:
    • Nucleic Acids
    • Example:
    • Basic life functions(5):
    • -cellular respiration
    • -waste removal
    • -growth and development
    • -reproduction
    • -irritablility
    • See the next page with details
    • Basic life needs (5)
    • -food or energy
    • -gases
    • -water
    • -homeostasis
    • -shelter
    • See the next page for details.
    • 5 Basic Life Needs
    • Source of energy or food
    Sun plant everything else Photosynthesis equation
    • Gases are taken in
    • Autotroph Carbon dioxide
    • Oxygen Heterotroph
    photosynthesis Cellular respiration
    • 3. Water – help obtain chemicals from environment and move substances inside the body
    stomach Small intestine Blood vessel ________ helps by diffusion nutrients
    • 4.Homeostasis- (p476)
    • Defined as:
    • Form of shelter (Living Space)
    • Define Habitat
    • Basic Life Functions
    • Cellular Respiration
    • Raw materials Products
    • C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6 O 2 ________________
    • Glucose + Oxygen ________________
    • 2. Waste Removal
    • Getting rid undigested food and/or cell waste products.
    • 3. Growth and Development
    Getting bigger Changing
    • Reproduction - making a new organism like the original
    • Asexual ( one parent)
    • Sexual (2 parents)
    • Irritablility The ability to sense and respond to the environment
    • Stimulus Response
    • (change in (reaction of environment) organism)
    • Animal reflexes
    • Plant -phototropism