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Published on February 9, 2008

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Levels of Organization

Why do we need to learn about levels of organization? Helps us to understand how our world fits together Helps us to organize the structures of living systems and how they all work together

Helps us to understand how our world fits together

Helps us to organize the structures of living systems and how they all work together

Organelles “ little organs” These are various small structures inside of the cell that perform specific functions Examples include mitochondria, nucleus, and Golgi body

“ little organs”

These are various small structures inside of the cell that perform specific functions

Examples include mitochondria, nucleus, and Golgi body

Cell Basic unit of structure & function in life

Cell

Basic unit of structure & function in life

Tissue A group of the same kind of cells working together.

Tissue

A group of the same kind of cells working

together.

Organs Tissues that work together

Organs

Tissues that work together

Organ Systems Organs that work together.

Organ Systems

Organs that work together.

Organism Entire living things (organisms) Usually made of systems but may be a single cell.

Organism

Entire living things (organisms)

Usually made of systems but may be a single cell.

Population Same type of organism living together. This term is often used to describe the size of a group of organisms.

Population

Same type of organism living together.

This term is often used to describe the size of a group of organisms.

Community Several populations living together and interacting in some way. A community of Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, and Lion populations in the Serengeti of Africa

Community

Several populations living together

and interacting in some way.

Ecosystem All of the communities in an area and the abiotic factors that affect them

Ecosystem

All of the communities in an area and the abiotic factors that affect them

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