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4600 million years ago

4600 million years ago

4600 million years ago. (4.6 billion years ago). Formation of Earth. 4500 million years ago. (4.5 billion years ago). Accretion of Earth. Formation of the Moon. 4400 million years ago. (4.4 billion years ago). Accretion of Earth. 4300 million years ago. (4.3 billion years ago).

By andrew
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Principles of Life

Principles of Life

1. Principles of Life. Chapter 1 Principles of Life. Key Concepts 1.1 Living Organisms Share Common Aspects of Structure, Function, and Energy Flow 1.2 Genetic Systems Control the Flow, Exchange, Storage, and Use of Information 1.3 Organisms Interact with and Affect Their Environments.

By Faraday
(170 views)

What makes something alive?

What makes something alive?

What makes something alive?. Characteristics of Life. Cells, Energy Use, Response to Environment, Reproduction. Learner Outcome:. I can describe the four characteristics of life. I can define the following words: Cell Metabolism Homeostasis DNA. What is Biology?.

By paul2
(215 views)

Chapter 4 Test Notes

Chapter 4 Test Notes

Cells: The Basic Unit of Life. Chapter 4 Test Notes. In plants, the vesicle that stores water and liquids and helps support the cell is called the large central vacuole. One difference between unicellular and multicellular organisms is that unicellular organisms need fewer resources.

By makya
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How Substances Move Into and Out of Cells

How Substances Move Into and Out of Cells

How Substances Move Into and Out of Cells. How things move in and out of a cell. Cells are constantly moving things in and out: gases, food, water, wastes The cell membrane is the structure in the cell that allows this to happen. It is a semipermeable membrane.

By amanda
(239 views)

Section 3: From Cell to Organism

Section 3: From Cell to Organism

Section 3: From Cell to Organism. Preview Bellringer Key Ideas Diversity in Cells Levels of Organization Body Types Summary. Bellringer.

By julianne
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We all have these in common.

We all have these in common.

We all have these in common. 8 Characteristics of Life. Living things share 8 characteristics: Living things are made up of units called cells . Every organism is composed of at least one cell. 1.) single-celled or unicellular 2.) many-celled or multicellular.

By misha
(151 views)

Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. Biology 25: Human Biology Prof. Gonsalves Los Angeles City College Loosely Based on Mader’s Human Biology ,7 th edition. Chapter 1 Introduction: The Scientific Study of Life Biology : The study of life. Greek origin: Bio: Life Logos: Study of.

By aradia
(190 views)

Figure 12.0 Mitosis

Figure 12.0 Mitosis

Figure 12.0 Mitosis. Living things must be able to reproduce. Reproduction of cells is done via cell division. The division occurs as part of the cell cycle. Figure 12.1a The functions of cell division: Reproduction. Purposes: Reproduction of cells Repair of tissue Growth Pass on DNA.

By brigham
(203 views)

History of Life On Earth

History of Life On Earth

History of Life On Earth. McDougall Littell. Warm Up. Michelle gets sunburned very badly and her skin peels a few days after the sun exposure. Why does her skin return to normal appearance when layers have peeled away?

By duncan
(143 views)

Section 4 – Reproduction

Section 4 – Reproduction

Section 4 – Reproduction. National 4 & 5 - Multicellular Organisms. Learning Outcomes. By the end of this lesson I will be able to: - identify the difference between asexual & sexual reproduction - identify the sites of gamete production in plants

By kaiser
(135 views)

Evolution- “Change Over Time”

Evolution- “Change Over Time”

Evolution- “Change Over Time”. All of the changes that have occurred in living things since the beginning of life on Earth. History of the Earth. 700 million years ago…. MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS!. Three important points…. Evolution occurs over MANY generations

By twyla
(125 views)

Biotechnology!

Biotechnology!

Biotechnology!. By: Lily katzeff , Gabrielle katzenelson , griffin tokuhara , sabryn trombacco. Vocabulary. Biotechnology : the exploitation of biological processes for industrial and other purposes

By azizi
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Evidence of Evolution- “Descent with Modification”

Evidence of Evolution- “Descent with Modification”

Evidence of Evolution- “Descent with Modification”. There is evidence for evolution from many fields of science: Earth Anatomy Embryology Genetics Molecular Biology. Tiktaalik. Fish with fingers. Whale evolution. 1. Evidence from the Earth.

By shandi
(103 views)

KINGDOM PROTISTA “The Junk Drawer” of Classification

KINGDOM PROTISTA “The Junk Drawer” of Classification

KINGDOM PROTISTA “The Junk Drawer” of Classification. Classified based on what they are NOT – they are NOT fungi, plants, or animals, but they are eukaryotes (in fact, they were probably the FIRST of the Eukarya) Most are unicellular & microscopic

By kelvin
(172 views)

AP Biology

AP Biology

AP Biology. We’ll go over tests from before break Go through study guide (get some hints) Begin chapter 18. Purpose of this chapter…. Cells are efficient because they conserve energy for processes that MUST be done.

By deacon
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Meiosis and genetic variation

Meiosis and genetic variation

Meiosis and genetic variation. Honors Biology Unit 5 2013-2014. Genome. Genome : Complete complement of an organism’s DNA. Includes genes (control traits) and non-coding DNA organized in chromosomes . Genome > Chromosome > DNA > Genes. Genes.

By nau
(148 views)

Monday Jan. 27

Monday Jan. 27

Monday Jan. 27. Agenda. Complete the Learning Style Survey This will be given to you by the sub. Once you have completed the learning style survey you will complete the Student Profile (half sheet). Turn in the Student Profile sheet. (I want to keep this)

By kellan
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By: Zomaira Skinner and Kali M cfarland

By: Zomaira Skinner and Kali M cfarland

By: Zomaira Skinner and Kali M cfarland. The Six K ingdoms. Archaebacteria. Archaebacteria is a kingdom made up of bacteria that live in extreme environments.

By bob
(72 views)

Flashcards for Kingdoms and Domains

Flashcards for Kingdoms and Domains

Flashcards for Kingdoms and Domains. Directions. Print these slides as “handouts” 6 per page. You can fold the power point slides in half and cut them out to make flashcards. I hope this helps =). KINGDOM: Archaebacteria “ extremophiles ”. Archaebacteria “ extremophiles ”.

By borka
(143 views)

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