What is Growth ?. a permanent increase in size, weight & complexity of an organism involves Cell Division (Mitosis) & Cell Enlargement. What is Mitosis ?. Mitosis occurs when… cell divides during growth an organism reproduces asexually repairing a damage part of bodyBy hunter
Obj. 2 Environment. Ecosystems and relationships. Ecosystem:. All the living and non-living things that interact in an area. Niche:. An organisms role or how it “fits into” an ecosystem.By connor
Reporting Category 4: Environment. Ecosystems and relationships. Ecosystem:. All the living and non-living things that interact in an area. Niche:. An organisms role or how it “fits into” an ecosystem.By kyne
Variation . Why are we all so different??. What is Variation?. Variation means different. We are all different due to the special sequence of bases along our DNA, - they are unique in every person. If you change the recipe, you change the cake. Why is variation important?.By judith
PLANT TAXONOMY. Objectives. You Will Be Able To: Identify the divisions of the classification system. Understand the process of plant classification. Plant Classification.By hakan
DNA. 3. What is DNA?. A cell uses a code in its hereditary material. The code is a chemical called deoxyribonucleic (dee AHK sih ri boh noo klay ihk) acid, or DNA. It contains information for an organism’s growth and function. DNA. 3. What is DNA?.By fruma
How Living things interact. Adapting to the Environment. All organisms within ecosystems have a special set of characteristics that affect their ability to survive in their environment. Natural Selection.By vickieaguirre
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