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 made up of the following parts: 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…Read more »

INSIDE A CELL


   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 – in ecosystems –  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.