Published on October 13, 2013
The organisaton of living things
How are living things organised? ● ● Cells form tissues. Tissues, such as muscle tissue, are made up of cells which work together.
How are living things organised? ● ● Tissues form organs. Organs, such as the heart, are made up of tissues which work together.
How are living things organised? ● ● Organs form systems. Systems, such as the digestive system, are made up of organs which work together.
How are living things organised? ● ● ● An organism is a complete living thing. Many systems work together in an organism. All living things are organisms.
Kingdoms ● Living things are classified into groups called kingdoms. ● There are three main kingdoms: the animal kingdom, the plant kingdom and the fungi kingdom.
The animal kingdom
The animal kingdom ● ● ● Animals are multicellular. They eat other living things. They can move from one place to another. ● ● They have a nervous system and sense organs. They react to stimuli.
The plant kingdom ● ● ● ● Plants are multicellular. They use sunlight and substances from the soil and air to make their food. They cannot move. They have roots in the ground.
The plant kingdom ● ● They do not have a nervous system or sense organs. However, they react slowly to some stimuli.
The fungi kingdom ● ● ● Most fungi are multicellular. They do not make their own food. They are fixed to something. They cannot move.
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