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From Cells to Organisms

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In this unit on cellular organization, cell theory and cell structure and function, 7th grade students will be able to describe the different levels of organization in plants and animals, specifically the idea that cells → tissues → organs → organ systems → organisms. Students will be able to use evidence to prove that living organisms are made of cells (one or many). The end goal is for students to be able to understand that all organism are made of cells, and that certain structures are responsible for specific functions in organisms; as well as the idea that organisms are made up of a system of multiple subsystems that work together to allow the organism to achieve and maintain homeostasis.

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zavodnikj
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Creative Commons Licence
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Next Generation and Michigan Science
Next Generation and Michigan Science: