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Key Concepts. -for MIDTERM EXAM and beyond. The “cellular” life. Unicellular vs Multicellular Group work. The “diverse” life. What is biodiversity? Species-ability to successfully reproduce Adaptation-successful changes over time. Models of life. Computer simulation?

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Key concepts

Key Concepts

-for MIDTERM EXAM and beyond


The cellular life
The “cellular” life

  • Unicellular vsMulticellular

  • Group work


The diverse life
The “diverse” life

  • What is biodiversity?

    • Species-ability to successfully reproduce

    • Adaptation-successful changes over time


Models of life
Models of life

  • Computer simulation?

  • The real deal---DNA---on the molecular genetics level


Quick side step chemistry
quick side-step---chemistry

  • When it is all “boiled down” to the basics:

  • Structure of an atom----like the cell (a smallest unit, but without life)


Quick side step chemistry cont
quick side-step---chemistry (cont.)

  • 1) physical state of any matter: solid, liquid, or gas:

  • solid

    • liquid

    • gas


Now importance to biology
Now, importance to biology

  • ENERGY:

    • Bonds break and release ENERGY

    • Release of energy is EXOTHERMIC versus endothermic


How does this happen for biology
How does this happen for biology?

  • In the cell, specifically, the cytoplasm:

    • Eukaryotic versus

    • Prokaryotic

    • Organelles and a cytoskeleton


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