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Hierarchy of Life

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  1. Hierarchy of Life

  2. Biome Organelle Biosphere Population Atom Community Proton, electron,,neutron Organ system Gluon, quark, lepton Organ Cell Organism Molecule,compound Element Arrange the following terms from smallest to largest.

  3. Quarks (6 flavors) Up (+2/3 charge) Down(-1/3 charge) Top Bottom Strange Charm Leptons (6 flavors) Electron Electron neutrino Muon Muon neutrino Tau Tau neutrino Gluons “glue”

  4. Sub-atomic particles • Protons (uud) +1 charge, in nuc., 1 amu • Electrons -1 charge, outside nucleus in shells, 0 a.m.u • Neutrons (udd) “neutral”, in nucleus, 1 a.m.u.

  5. Atoms • Smallest unit of an element that maintains all the properties of that element. • A combination of protons, neutrons and electrons

  6. Elements • Protons determine the element • S, P, O, N, C, H, • Draw a pie graph of elements in the Earth, and in living things. • Note the 2 main elements of the atmosphere

  7. Molecules and Compounds • When atoms bond together • Water, glucose, proteins

  8. Organelles • The parts of a cell • Nucleus • Mitochondria • Endoplasmic reticulum • Vacuole • Ribosome

  9. Cells • Smallest unit of life • Brain • Nerve • Muscle • Fat • Blood

  10. Tissues • Composed of cells with a similar structure and function • Blood • Bone • Adipose

  11. Organs • Tissues performing a particular function • Heart • Lung • Brain • Liver

  12. Organ system • Nervous • Skeletal • Lymphatic • Respiratory • Muscular • Endocrine

  13. Organism • You are an organism • Cat • Bird Mouse

  14. Population • Organisms in an area of the same species that reproduce • Oak trees • Walleye • Perch • Dogs

  15. Community • A collection of populations in an area • Pond community • Forest community

  16. Biome • Large geographic region with a climax “stable” community • Tundra • Tiaga • Desert • Tropical rain forest

  17. Biosphere • The living planet