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  1. Introduction: Themes in the Study of Life Chapter 1

  2. definitions Evolution process of change transformed life over 3.5 billion years Biologystudy of living things evidence based answers

  3. Characteristics of life

  4. Regulation keep internal conditions relatively constant under changing environmental conditions Ex. body temperature

  5. 2. Energy processing • Capture • Use • Store Heart rate max 1200 b/m

  6. 3. Growth and Development

  7. 4. Reproduction Produce next generation • Strategies FYI • Female birds, rabbits, reptiles can store sperm for months • Tilapia (fish) brood eggs in the mouth • Reef fish can switch sex in minutes • Kangaroo raise young in a ventral pouch • Leopard slug

  8. 5. Response to environment stimulus  response

  9. 6. Evolutionary adaptation • Evolve over many generations • Hereditable traits Cuttlefish – capture energy, regulation, reproduction, adaptation

  10. 7. Order Arrangement of structures Function Find the properties of life in this video Regulation, energy processing, growth and development, reproduction, response, adaptation, order

  11. Life studied at different organizational levels molecules  living planet power of ten Enhanced scale of universe The biosphere Cells Organs and organ systems Cell Ecosystems Organelles Communities Atoms Tissues Molecules Populations Organisms

  12. Biosphere - all environments on Earth that support life What are these environments? The biosphere

  13. Ecosystem - living things in an area + nonliving Ex. forest, ocean

  14. Communities - all living species in an ecosystem

  15. Population - all individuals of a species in a specific area

  16. Organism - individual Amoeba has properties of life Organisms

  17. Organ system - organs that cooperate for specific function Organ - multiple tissue types to function Organ = leaf Organ system = shoot system Organ = heart Organ system = ?

  18. Tissues – group of cells that work together Dermal tissue Myocardial tissue

  19. Cell–basic unit of life • Organisms unicellular or multicellular • Organelles– functional components of a cell

  20. Molecules– consist of two or more atoms Atom– smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an element H2O NaCl C6H12O6 Chlorophyll C55H72O5N4Mg

  21. Theme: Emergent properties • Arrangement and interaction of parts in complex organisms lead to complex properties Example: A heart cell cannot perform all the functions of a heart, but collectively, they pump blood

  22. Reductionism • Study parts of system

  23. Systems Biologystudy of system ex. a leaf, a brain • Ex: • How does drug for blood pressure affect other organs? • How does increase in CO2 affect life on earth?

  24. Interaction of proteins in a eukaryotic cell Nucleus

  25. Themes: Organisms interact with environments, exchanging matter, energy Ex: tree water from soil  roots help form soil

  26. Ecosystem Dynamics • Cycling of nutrients • materials used by plants/animals return to the soil via decomposition • Rabbit decomposition • Flow of energy • sunlight  producers  consumers  decomposers

  27. http://www.bcgrasslands.org/SiteCM/i/upload/4D9BB688B89B4092F9D10BDAEF83EC41E762FBDB.jpghttp://www.bcgrasslands.org/SiteCM/i/upload/4D9BB688B89B4092F9D10BDAEF83EC41E762FBDB.jpg

  28. Sunlight Ecosystem ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS Cycling of nutrients and Energy flow Producers (plants and other photosynthetic organisms) heat Cycling of chemical nutrients Heat Chemical energy Consumers (such as animals) heat Heat

  29. Energy Conversion • Energy in different forms • light, chemical, kinetic, thermal Light  sugar  ATP  motion  heat

  30. http://session.masteringbiology.com/myct • Activity: Energy Flow and Chemical Cycling

  31. Theme: Structure and function correlated • leaf thin and flat, max capture of light • birds wings aerodynamic

  32. Theme: Cells are basic unit of life • Lowest level of organization that can perform all life activities • Cells: • Cell membrane • DNA genetic information • Replicate

  33. Two types of cells Eukaryotic cell • Membrane-enclosed organelles, and nucleus • Plantae, Animalia, Fungi, Protista Prokaryotic cell • Simpler, smaller • No nucleus or organelles • Bacteria, Archaea

  34. Theme: The continuity of life is based on heritable information (DNA) • Chromosomes • Strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) • Contain genes • Genes • units of DNA that encode proteins • Proteins determine traits

  35. DNA • DNA double helix of nucleotide building blocks • Genome = all the DNA in a cell (has all instructions) Cell

  36. DNA is inherited Before a cell divides, DNA is copied Sperm cell Nuclei containing DNA Embryo’s cells with copies of inherited DNA Fertilized egg with DNA from both parents Egg cell Offspring with traits inherited from both parents

  37. The human genome and others have been sequenced http://imgs.sfgate.com/c/pictures/2004/08/30/mn_genome30gr.jpg

  38. Theme: Feedback mechanisms • Allow body to self-regulate • Negative feedback • as more of product accumulates, the process that creates it slows and less product produced

  39. Negative feedback: insulin action Describe how the sweating response is negative feedback

  40. A – Enzyme 1 B D Enzyme 2 D D C Enzyme 3 D

  41. Positive feedback • As more of product accumulates, the process that creates it speeds up and more product produced

  42. Positive feedback: uterine contractions

  43. W Enzyme 4 X + Enzyme 5 Z Y Z Z Enzyme 6 Z

  44. Core Theme: Evolution “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution”—Theodosius Dobzhansky All organisms living on Earth are descendants of common ancestors • Shared features • Ex. Backbone in vertebrates, cells, DNA • Divergent features • Ex. Number of toes in foot, cell wall

  45. Diversity of Life • Evolution unifies biology • ~1.8 million extant species have been identified and named to date (could be >10 million) 6,300 bacteria 10,000 fungi 290,000 plants 52,000 vertebrates 1 million insects

  46. Grouping Species • Taxonomy • name and classify species into groups

  47. Species Genus Family Order Class Phylum Kingdom Domain Ursus americanus (American black bear) Ursus americana Ursus Ursidae Carnivora Mammalia Chordata Animalia Eukarya Ursus Ursidae Carnivora Mammalia Chordata Animalia Eukarya

  48. Three Domains of Life • Domain Bacteriaand Domain Archaea - prokaryotic cells • Domain Eukarya • Eukaryotic cells Anthrax T. aquaticus Paramecium

  49. Bacillus anthracis