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OCR-B4 01 living processes

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B4-01- living processes, what are they?

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OCR-B4 01 living processes

  1. 1. IB4.1.4 Features of living things New unitB4- Processes of life © Oxford University Press 2011
  2. 2. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsLook though the B4 learning outcomesPick out some areas which you wouldlike to find out more aboutYou should use this to revise as we goalong © Oxford University Press 2011
  3. 3. IB4.1.4 Features of living things Features of living thingsLearning OutcomesList the basic processes of life carried outby all living things © Oxford University Press 2011
  4. 4. IB4.1.4 Features of living things Daniel PadavonaWhat do you think you have in common with people ofyour age who live in the USA? © Oxford University Press 2011
  5. 5. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsWhat do you think you have in common with an animallike a lion? © Oxford University Press 2011
  6. 6. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsWhat do you think you have in common with a plant? © Oxford University Press 2011
  7. 7. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsWhat do you think you have in common with bacteria? © Oxford University Press 2011
  8. 8. IB4.1.4 Features of living things What are the features of all living things? Movement The mnemonic isRespiration MRS GREN sensing Growth Copy these heading in a Reproduction list, with space to addExcretion notes nutrition © Oxford University Press 2011
  9. 9. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsThese processes are related tochemical reactions in cells, thebasic unit of living organisms.green plants obtain food throughphotosynthesis © Oxford University Press 2011
  10. 10. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsFeatures of all living things are movement,respiration, sensing, growth, reproduction,excretion, and nutrition. © Oxford University Press 2011
  11. 11. IB4.1.4 Features of living thingsWhat advantages do these living processes have on organisms? You should be able to list the advantages theseprocesses give living organisms, at different levels. Don’t forget plants, bacteria and fungi © Oxford University Press 2011

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