Dear, life, the quality by which the physical organs carrying out some biological processes are separated from these non-existent processes, deprived of these processes or having these processes, but “living” unregulated non-living organs. There are different life forms: plants, animals, fungi, protists, royal and bacteria. This characteristic can often be ambiguous, including or throwing out viruses, viruses, or possible artificial life.

Biology is the primary science that explores life.

An organism is a living body that has a set of properties no matter how different it is from living matter.

Organisms are the main subject of the study of biology.

For convenience, observations are divided into various groups and criteria, which is the biological system of their classification. The most common division of these is stone fruit and anchorism. According to the number of cells that make up an organism, it is divided into single-medium and multicellular intersystem categories.

Colonies of unicellular organisms occupy a special place between them.

The formation of an integral multicellular organism is a process consisting of the differentiation of structure and operations (cells, organ tissues) and their involvement in ontogenesis, as well as in phylogenesis. Many organisms are organized in communities (for example, a family in humans, a workforce, etc.).

Biochemistry spans the fascinating worlds of molecular biology, biotechnology, genetic engineering, immunotechnology, advanced cell biology, and enzymology. In biochemistry and cell biology, you study all living organisms (microbes, parasites, plants, insects, animals, and humans) at the molecular level. You explore the structure and biological function of enzymes, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and nucleic acids.

This animation by Nucleus shows you the function of plant and animal cells for middle school and high school biology, including organelles like the nucleus, nucleolus, DNA (chromosomes), ribosomes, mitochondria, etc. Also included are ATP molecules, cytoskeleton, cytoplasm, microtubules, proteins, chloroplasts, chlorophyll, cell walls, cell membrane, cilia, flagellae, etc. Watch another version of this video, narrated by biology teacher Joanne Jezequel here:

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