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    • Levels of Organization
    • Why do we need to learn about levels of organization?
      • Helps us to understand how our world fits together
      • Helps us to organize the structures of living systems and how they all work together
    • Organelles
      • “ little organs”
      • These are various small structures inside of the cell that perform specific functions
      • Examples include mitochondria, nucleus, and Golgi body
      • Cell
      • Basic unit of structure & function in life
      • Tissue
      • A group of the same kind of cells working
      • together.
      • Organs
      • Tissues that work together
      • Organ Systems
      • Organs that work together.
      • Organism
      • Entire living things (organisms)
      • Usually made of systems but may be a single cell.
      • Population
      • Same type of organism living together.
      • This term is often used to describe the size of a group of organisms.
      • Community
      • Several populations living together
      • and interacting in some way.
      A community of Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, and Lion populations in the Serengeti of Africa
      • Ecosystem
      • All of the communities in an area and the abiotic factors that affect them