Unit 1
•The organisation
of living things
Table of contents
• What do living things do ?
• What are living things made up of ?
• How are animals organised ?
• How a...
What do living things do ?
All living things carry out the basic life processes
of :
Interaction
Nutrition
Reproduction
Interaction
• All living things detect information in their
enviroment
Nutrition
• All living things take essential nutrients from
their environment
Reproduction
• Living things can create new members of their
own species.
What are living things made up of ?
• All living things are made up of :
• Cells
Animal cell
Nucleus
• The nucleus controls everything that happens
inside the cell
Membrane
• The membrane surrounds and protects the
cell.
• The nucleus and cytoplasm are found inside
the membrane
Organells
• In cytoplasm , we fin special organells that
carry out different life processes.
Cytoplasm
• Cytoplasm is a thick clear liquid protected by
the membrane.
Plant cell
Organelles
• In the cytoplasm of plant cell , there are
special organelles called chloroplasts.
Nucleus
• Controls everything that happens inside the
cell.
Membrane
• The membrane surrounds and proctects the
cell.
Cell wall
• Plants cell have a rigid cell wall around the
membrane.
Vacuole
• Plant cells have a vacuole which is like a bag.
• Food and water are stored in the vacuole.
Unecellular and multicellular
organisms
• Some living things, such as bacteria or yeast,
are made up of only one cell.
• O...
How are animals organised ?
• If we put a lot of cells toghether we form
tissue
• If we put a lot of tissue toghether we f...
Type of cells:
• Red blood cells
• Nerve cells
• Reproductive cells
How are plants organised ?
• If we put a lot of cells toghether we form
tissue
• If we put a lot of tissue toghether we fo...
The plants have:
• Roots: its the part that absorbs water and
nutrients from the soil
• Stem : its the part that supports ...
What systems do living things have ?
• Nutrition :we use it to transform the
substances that we need to live and grow
• In...
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Natural sciences unit 1
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Natural sciences unit 1

Lucia Rimonte and Daira 5ºC
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Unit 1 •The organisation of living things
  • 2. Table of contents • What do living things do ? • What are living things made up of ? • How are animals organised ? • How are plants organised ? • What systems do living things have ?
  • 3. What do living things do ? All living things carry out the basic life processes of : Interaction Nutrition Reproduction
  • 4. Interaction • All living things detect information in their enviroment
  • 5. Nutrition • All living things take essential nutrients from their environment
  • 6. Reproduction • Living things can create new members of their own species.
  • 7. What are living things made up of ? • All living things are made up of : • Cells
  • 8. Animal cell
  • 9. Nucleus • The nucleus controls everything that happens inside the cell
  • 10. Membrane • The membrane surrounds and protects the cell. • The nucleus and cytoplasm are found inside the membrane
  • 11. Organells • In cytoplasm , we fin special organells that carry out different life processes.
  • 12. Cytoplasm • Cytoplasm is a thick clear liquid protected by the membrane.
  • 13. Plant cell
  • 14. Organelles • In the cytoplasm of plant cell , there are special organelles called chloroplasts.
  • 15. Nucleus • Controls everything that happens inside the cell.
  • 16. Membrane • The membrane surrounds and proctects the cell.
  • 17. Cell wall • Plants cell have a rigid cell wall around the membrane.
  • 18. Vacuole • Plant cells have a vacuole which is like a bag. • Food and water are stored in the vacuole.
  • 19. Unecellular and multicellular organisms • Some living things, such as bacteria or yeast, are made up of only one cell. • Other living things , such as trees or butterflies have many cells
  • 20. How are animals organised ? • If we put a lot of cells toghether we form tissue • If we put a lot of tissue toghether we form organs • If we put toghether a ot f organs we form a system
  • 21. Type of cells: • Red blood cells • Nerve cells • Reproductive cells
  • 22. How are plants organised ? • If we put a lot of cells toghether we form tissue • If we put a lot of tissue toghether we form organs • If we put toghether a ot f organs we form a system
  • 23. The plants have: • Roots: its the part that absorbs water and nutrients from the soil • Stem : its the part that supports the plant and transports water, minerals and sap.
  • 24. What systems do living things have ? • Nutrition :we use it to transform the substances that we need to live and grow • Interaction: we use it to detect information about the world and us to react to the information • Reproduction: we use it to reproduce by having children.