Welcome Back!
• Have your signed course info sheet ready
to hand in
• Get out 7 sheets of binder paper
Interactive Notes
Interactive Notes
On the blank side of the cover write:
• Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human
Body
• Name, period, seat #...
• Place 7 pages of notebook paper behind
the cover
• Staple 3 times down the side so it opens
like a book
Number the pages
1
Back of cover First lined
page
Number the pages
2 3
• Write “Warm-ups” at the top of page 1
• Write “Input” at the top of the even number
pages
• Write “Output” at the top of...
Notes: Levels of
Organization (pg 2)
• Anatomy = Structure
• Physiology = Function
• Anatomy = Structure
• Physiology = Function
• Example: Heart
–Structure (Anatomy)=Strong
muscle with 4 chambers
–Functio...
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes
and sizes
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes
and sizes
3. ...
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes
and sizes
3. ...
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes
and sizes
3. ...
Levels of Organization
1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes
and sizes
3. ...
Output (pg 3)
• Pick an organism and draw its levels of
organization
• Must be in color
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Levels of organization

  1. 1. Welcome Back! • Have your signed course info sheet ready to hand in • Get out 7 sheets of binder paper
  2. 2. Interactive Notes
  3. 3. Interactive Notes On the blank side of the cover write: • Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Body • Name, period, seat # • Draw a color picture related to the chapter topic
  4. 4. • Place 7 pages of notebook paper behind the cover • Staple 3 times down the side so it opens like a book
  5. 5. Number the pages 1 Back of cover First lined page
  6. 6. Number the pages 2 3
  7. 7. • Write “Warm-ups” at the top of page 1 • Write “Input” at the top of the even number pages • Write “Output” at the top of the odd number pages
  8. 8. Notes: Levels of Organization (pg 2)
  9. 9. • Anatomy = Structure • Physiology = Function
  10. 10. • Anatomy = Structure • Physiology = Function • Example: Heart –Structure (Anatomy)=Strong muscle with 4 chambers –Function (Physiology)=Pumping blood through the body
  11. 11. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds
  12. 12. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds 2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes and sizes
  13. 13. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds 2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes and sizes 3. Tissue: Collection of cells with the same structure and function
  14. 14. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds 2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes and sizes 3. Tissue: Collection of cells with similar structure and function 4. Organ: 2 or more tissue types that form a more complex structure and work together to perform one or more functions
  15. 15. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds 2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes and sizes 3. Tissue: Collection of cells with similar structure and function 4. Organ: 2 or more tissue types that form a more complex structure and work together to perform one or more functions 5. System: Several organs that work together to accomplish a set of functions (Example: The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves)
  16. 16. Levels of Organization 1. Chemical: Atoms, molecules, compounds 2. Cellular: Basic unit of life. Many shapes and sizes 3. Tissue: Collection of cells with similar structure and function 4. Organ: 2 or more tissue types that form a more complex structure and work together to perform one or more functions 5. System: Several organs that work together to accomplish a set of functions (Example: The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves) 6. Organism: A complete living thing
  17. 17. Output (pg 3) • Pick an organism and draw its levels of organization • Must be in color
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