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Current beliefs about the origin of life + meaning.

Divine Creation


Spontaneous Origin


PanspermiaProp

(Properties of life) Letter A-D

A. Gathering and using energy.



Nutrient update and processing


Waste elimination.



B. Adopting and evolution.



Motility or locomotion


Irritability


Adaptation


Evolution



C. Reproducing and continuing life



Growth


Development and reproduction


Heredity: Unit amidst university



D. Organization of life.

Life arose from nothing but the power of divin being.

Creationism

process by which energy is released by the breakdown of food substance.

Cellular respiration

Chemical processes, reaction energy changes happening inside the body.

Metabolism

process of acquiring food

nutrition

chemical substance in animals and plants that helps to cause natural processes

Enzymes

maintenance of the body's internal environment

homeostastis.

the reaction of an organisms to stimuli

Tropism/Response

to respond appropriatness against a stimulus.

Sensibility/Irritability

Changes in characteristic of a group of organisms over time

Evolution

Rapid change in a body structure in behavior to be better suited.

Evolutionary adaptation.

increase in size or volume by converting food to become part of body cells

Growth

living things exhibit growth from within the cells

intussusception

formation of new organs

Organogenesis

growth by external addition of substances

Accretion

Stages in life cycle

Development

organisms reproduce with the use of two individuals

Sexual reproduction

organisms interacts with other organisms of the same kind

Population

population sharing their habitat

Community

communities exist in an environment affected by both living and non living components

ecosystem

application of biological concepts and system to make the products beneficial to man

Biotechnology

Heriarchical levels of biological organization

Chemical


cellular


tissue


organ


system


organisms

the lifes heriarchy of organization from atom to biosphere

Atom


molecule


cell organisms


cell


organ


organ system



organisms


population


community


ecosystem


biomes


biospehere

The six kingdoms Letter A-C

A. Domain bacteria (prokaryotes) Bacteria



B. Domain Archaea (Prokaryotes) Archaea



C. Domain Eukarya (Eukaryotes)


Protista


Plantae


Fungi


Animalia