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Tyler An Thw Djhfisd Essay

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BIOLOGICAL LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION
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molecules

(made of Protons, neutrons, electrons) --- smallest part of an element

MOLECULE

Smallest part of an compund

MACROMOLECULE

(Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids) --- polymers of biological molecules

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POPULATION

group of one kind of organism (species) in an area that can interbreed & make fertile offspring --- (cardinals at the bird feeder)

commmunity

Several populations of organisms in an area --- (animals in the zoo)

BIOME

Large areas of the world with similar climates and organisms

biosphere

All the living and nonliving things on Earth

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BIOSPHERE

group of one kind of organism (species) in an area that can interbreed & make fertile offspring --- (cardinals at the bird feeder)

ECOSYSTEM

Smallest part of a compound with unique properties

ATOM

Organs working together (Circulatory, digestive, etc.)

CELL

Large areas of the world with similar climates and organisms

COMMUNITY

smallest unit of any living thing --- LIFE BEGINS!

ORGANISM

All the living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) parts of an environment --- (Tropical rain forest, grassland, etc.)

ORGAN

group of similar cells performing a job or function

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