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Themes in Biology. Lecture 1-2. diversity. evolution. interdependence. I. Diversity and unity of life. Diversity = variety. Unity = things in common. Over 1.5 million species exist on Earth. It can be 1-celled, or a whale with a trillion cells. Each species is different from every other.

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themes in biology

Themes in Biology

Lecture 1-2

diversity

evolution

interdependence

i diversity and unity of life
I. Diversity and unity of life

Diversity = variety

Unity = things in common

Over 1.5 million species exist on Earth.

It can be 1-celled, or a whale with a trillion cells.

Each species is different from every other.

All living things share a

genetic code.

All life descended from a single common ancestor.

Diversity came from genetic changes happening over time.

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Kingdom Fungi

Streptococcus

Domain Bacteria

Amoeba

Kingdom Protista

Domain Eukarya

Domain archaea

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Animalia

three domains of life
Three domains of life
  • Archaea: simple cells, most ancient organisms
  • Bacteria: simple cells
  • Eukarya: cells with more complexity. All multicellular life is in this domain.
    • 4 kingdoms of eukaryotes: Protista, Plantae, Fungi, and Animalia
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The “tree of life”

Which domain has the most kingdoms?

ii interdependence of organisms
II. Interdependence of organisms
  • Ecosystems are living things interacting with each other and their environment.
  • Life has changed our planet.
  • Humans have impacted all life on Earth.

What process put oxygen into the air?

rainforest

Slash and burn farming

iii evolution of life
III. Evolution of life

Populations change, or evolve, over time.

Over time, new species arise, others go extinct.

Evolution explains how life today is related to life in the past.

natural selection
Natural Selection
  • In a changing world, organisms have to also change to survive.
  • Ones with traits that help them liveand reproduce will continue (natural selection).
  • Adaptations are traits that help an organism survive.
  • Those traits, over time, may cause a change in the whole population. (descent with modification).

How are the jack rabbit, musk ox, and snow hare

adapted to their environments?

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Summary: give examples of the 3 themes of

biology in our local ecosystem.

Oak woodlands ecosystem