Science 4 – Intermediate Life Science – Section B Notes

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Jan. 23
In class – Reviewed Levels of Classification: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family , Genus, Species (Memorizing)

Also Assigned beginnings of Card Deck for the course:

1 – Make “Life Science – Plants – Unit 1” Card Deck Framework

2 – Card 1 – Front: Six Characteristics of Life – Back: 1 – Eat or absorb nutrients 2 – Perform respiration or breathe 3 – Grow 4 – Reproduce 5 – Respond to their environment 6 – Made of cells

3 – Card 2 – Front: Definition of Respiration – Back: Breath – exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide

4 – Card 3 – Front: Definition – Spontaneous Generation – Back: The idea that life can come from non-living things

5 – Card 4 – Front: Law of Biogenesis – Back: Life can only come from life

6 – Card 5 – Front: Definition chemical evolution or abiogenesis – Back: The idea that life came from nonlife, specifically a chemical soup

JAN 24 – CARDS for LIFE SCIENCE

1 – Front taxonomy Back – Method of classification

2 – Front – zoology Back – Study of Animals

3 – Front – Botany – Back – Study of Plants

4 – Front – Anatomy – Back the different parts of animals plant or humans. For example: flower, stem leaf or bones, muscles, organs

5 – Front – kingdom Back – A group of living things that have a broad set of common characteristics

JAN. 25 – CARDS FOR LIFE SCIENCE

1 – Front – Common characteristics of Plants and Animals Back – 1 – Both are alive 2 – Both have cells 3- Both reproduce 4 – Both need and use oxygen 5 – Both reveal God’s design

2 – Front – Characteristics of Plants ONLY Back – 1 – Cells have chlorophyll 2 – Plants make their own food 3 – Plants need sunlight to survive 4 – Plants need carbon dioxide to make their food.

3 – Front – Characteristics of Animals ONLY Back – Animals can move about freely.

JAN. 26 – LIFE SCIENCE CARDS

1 – Front – Dichotomous Key Back – A chart presenting two options at each level for classification

JAN. 27 – LIFE SCIENCE CARDS

1 – Front The FIVE KINGDOMS – Back – Plants, Animals, Fungi, Protists, Monerans

2 – Front – Binomial Classification Back – Developed by Carl Linnaeus, it uses two names, the Latin genus and species,to identify each living thing.

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