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11/5/13 50th Day of School. Learning goal (7 .L.1) : I will be able to describe the characteristics of Euglena. Due Today: Characteristics of Life foldable Evening Assignment: Finish Euglena part of chart.

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11 5 13 50th day of school

11/5/1350th Day of School

Learning goal (7.L.1): I will be able to describe the characteristics of Euglena.

Due Today: Characteristics of Lifefoldable

Evening Assignment: Finish Euglena part of chart


Do now

On the slip of paper, write the eight characteristics of life shared by all living things?

Do Now

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What characteristics do all living things share

All living things…

  • Are organized (cells, structures)

  • Reproduce (pass on genetic material)

  • Use energy

  • Grow& develop

  • Remove waste

  • Regulate Internal Conditions (homeostasis)

  • Respond to the environment

  • Evolve and Adapt

What characteristics do all living things share?

Characteristics of Life

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Life functions of single celled organisms

  • As you watch note what role each of the following plays in the life of unicellular organisms:

    • Nucleus

    • Flagella

    • Cilia

    • Pseudopod

    • Cytoplasm

    • Vacuole

    • Cell membrane

    • Mitochondria

    • Chloroplasts

Life Functions of single-celled Organisms


Make a characteristics of life foldable

On the OUTSIDE flap use the red as headings

  • Organized

  • Reproduce

  • Use energy

  • Grow and develop

  • Remove waste

  • Regulate Internal Conditions

  • Respond to environment

  • Evolve and Adapt

On the INSIDE flaps

  • Explain the heading in your own words

  • Give an example of a specific organisms and that characteristic

  • Resources:

  • Textbook pages C9-11, C20-24, C27-31

  • http://infohost.nmt.edu/~klathrop/7characterisitcs_of_life.htm

  • http://www.ck12.org/biology/Characteristics-of-Life/

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life

  • http://library.thinkquest.org/C003763/pdf/origin06.pdf

Make a Characteristics of Life foldable

Characteristics of Life Foldable


4 vocabulary flashcards

On the BACK

On the FRONT

Definition: A cell is the basic unit of life that is able to perform basic life functions.

Examples:

Euglena: single-celled organism

Red blood cell: cell in human body that carries oxygen

Cell

Cell

Autotroph

Photosynthesis

Heterotroph

4 Vocabulary Flashcards


Example

Inside Flaps

Living things are organized into structures (cells, organelles, tissues, etc.) that perform life functions.

_____________________

For example, humans are made up of many cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems that help us use energy, remove waste, respond to the environment, and reproduce.

Outside Flap

All life is

Organized

Example

Characteristics of Life Foldable


Euglena

  • Organization: Single-celled, flagellate algae with a red eye spot

  • Respond to Environment: Single flagella allows it to move toward food or away from predators

  • Energy Use: Autotroph- makes it’s own food like plants; Heterotroph- eats other organism

  • Evolve/Adapt: When water is scarce, forms a cyst

Euglena


Euglena feeding waste removal

  • Autotroph (makes it’s own food)

  • Sense light using red eyespot

  • Move toward light with flagella

  • Chloroplasts -> photosynthesis

  • Can also feed heterotrophically by engulfing food

  • Waste is removed by the vacuole

Euglena Feeding & Waste removal


Euglena reproduction

  • Asexual reproduction only

  • Through binary fission

  • One organism splits into two genetically identical organisms

Euglena Reproduction


Evening assignment

Finish Euglena part of Characteristics of Life chart

Evening Assignment


Evening assignment1

  • Finish Euglena part of Characteristics of Life chart

Evening Assignment


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