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    Unit 3 Living things Unit 3 Living things Presentation Transcript

    • UNIT 3: A PLANET FULL OF LIFE
      • A living thing is an organism that is able to perform three vital functions: nutrition, interaction and reproduction.
      • All living things are made of cells.
      • Nutrition:
        • Autotrophs: They produce their own food.
        • Heterotrophs: They eat another organisms.
      • Reproduction:
        • Asexual: Produces identical copies of itself
        • Sexual: Two living things join and provide gametes.
    • TYPES OF CELLS
      • Prokaryotic cells: They don’t have a nucleus.
      • Eukaryotic cells
        • Animal cell
        • Plant Cell
    •  
    • THE FIVE KINGDOMS
      • Monera kingdom: Ex: Bacterias
      • Protoctist kingdom: Protozoa and Algae.
      • Fungi kingdom: Ex: Mould and Mushrooms.
      • Plant kingdom: Ex: Oak tree
      • Animal kingdom : Ex: Dog
    • ACTIVITIES
      • 1. The following organisms have a sexual or asexual reproduction?
        • A bacterium that produces two identical bacteria.
        • Fish that lay eggs in the water.
      • 2. Mould grows and feeds on food leftovers.
        • Do you think it is autotroph or heterotroph? Explain your answer.
      • 3.Draw in your notebook a prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cell. Label the elements in English and Spanish.
      • 4. Match the words:
      • An insect Prokaryotic cell
      • An oak tree Plant eukaryotic cell
      • A bacteria Animal eukaryotic cell
      • 5. Copy the table in your notebook and mark with a X what you can see in each type of cell.
      Prokaryotic cell Eukaryotic animal cell Eukaryotic plant cell Plasmatic membrane Cellular wall Nucleus Chloroplasts Vacuoles Mitochondria
      • 6. Look up in the Internet the scientific names of the following animals and write them in your notebook.
      • Squirrel
      • Mouse
      • Rabbit
      • Cat
      • Sparrow
      • Lynx
      • Bear
      • Dog
      • 1. Classify the following organism in the tables: tiger, deer, tetanus bacteria, mushroom, cholera bacteria, pine tree, rose, eagle, moss, paramecium, oak, camel, Mouse.
      Monera Protists Fungi Plant Animal Autotrophic nutrition Heterotrophic nutrition