The pattern of organization thesis


Life on Earth

Life on earth is composed of

many different structures. The

goal of science is to explain

and identify all the

components. Biology is the

branch of science that aims to

explain life by identifying all

living things, differentiates

between them, recognize their

interactions with each other’s

and with their environments.

Biology recognizes certain

properties of life. These properties distinguish living from

non-living; only living things have these properties and they







growth and development




The pattern of organization is very important for all living

things to maintain their life. The organization is seen in all

life forms whether the organism is composed of trillions of

cells or it is just a single cell organism. The level of



organization is essential for functions because any changes

in the structure will result in a loss of the function.

Looking at the lowest level of an organization starts with

elements in which different atoms such as carbon,

hydrogen, and oxygen start to organize into molecules such

as water, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids, the building

process continues when those molecules get organized into

defined structures known as organelles each of them will

have a unique structure and specialized functions.

Organelles make up the next level as they become

organized into one unit called the cell. The cell represents

the basic unit of life as they may exit alone and have all the

properties of life, but they start to group and specialized

into four major tissues, the epithelium, connective, muscular

and nervous tissue. When tissues are organized and

attached according to genetically preset codes and ratios

that result in what is known as an organ, different organs

will be built each with a unique function such as the heart,

stomach, and lung, which then organized into a system

where each system is composed of several organs all of

their function complies as one unit, and finally, several

systems such as the respiratory, digestive, nervous and

lymphatic systems make up one organism.

The organization does not stop at organism, it continues

when a group of organism lived together and depends in

each other forming what known as a population, several

populations usually lived closed and interact with other

creating one community. All the communities in one

geographical area as they interact with non-living things

such as water and mountains will establish a higher level of

an organization called an ecosystem.

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