Similarities and Differences Among Living things (organisms).

  ORGANISMS ¬† ¬†-Living Things- A tree, a cow, a mushroom.bacteria (microscopic), and a student in your class, ¬†are ¬†all organisms , that¬†are both similar and different from each other. Living things ¬†are also ¬†different from nonliving things. Can you name some characteristics that are similar among all living things? Ok how about naming a…Read more »

Human gastrointestinal tract ( the digestive system)

The¬†human gastrointestinal tract¬†is the¬†stomach¬†and¬†intestine,[1]¬†sometimes including all the structures from the¬†mouth¬†to the¬†anus.[2]¬†(The “digestive system” is a broader term that includes other structures, including the¬†accessory organs of digestion. For detailed information check the ¬†link below.(Wikipidea) Click here for more information about the Gastrointestinal tract The you tube video will provide a visual tool to enhance your understanding…Read more »


  ¬†Guide to the Cell You will ¬†really love to take a tour ¬†inside a cell. Cells ¬†are like small factories that are adapted to ¬†perform different jobs.You will take a ¬†fascinating ¬†journey inside a cell ¬†by reading ¬†this ¬†excellent article . By Alisa Zapp Machalek A typical animal cell, sliced open to reveal cross-sections…Read more »

Check your understanding!

 What do  you study about an organism to learn about its metabolism ? With an example explain the term homeostasis . How can you define the term life? Put these terms in a complete sentence that explain their meaning. ( Cells, Organisms, Strucure, & function). Why do organisms reproduce?

Ecological Succession

Ecological succession: This is a  very  unique process that changes   communities Рin ecosystems Р over time.This series of changes lead to the development of  a stable or climax community.This gradual process is summarized by this power point presentation.