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Biological organisation: Quiz

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Question 1: [2] The basic principle behind the organisation is the concept of ________—the properties and functions found at a hierarchical level are not present and irrelevant at the lower levels.
TimePhysicsEmergenceSelf-organization

Question 2: Theoretically, a change in one ________ change the entire biosphere.
AtomElectronPhotonMatter

Question 3: [6] An organism can not be organised at the ________ (tissue) level if it is not composed of tissues in the first place.
HistologyCostamereAstrocyteMicroglia

Question 4: The ________, a grouping of organisms of the same species
Population growthOverpopulationPopulationWorld population

Question 5: For example, genomes can be further subdivided into a hierarchy of ________.
GeneEvolutionGeneticsDNA

Question 6: [3] Without this necessary degree of organisation, it would be much more difficult—and likely impossible—to apply the study of the effects of various physical and chemical phenomena to ________ and body function.
PathologyDiseaseIllnessInfection

Question 7: [1] The traditional hierarchy, as detailed below, extends from ________ (or lower) to biospheres.
AtomMatterElectronPhoton

Question 8: Organisation furthermore refers to the high degree of order of an ________ (in comparison to general objects).
FungusBiologyLifeOrganism

Question 9: These applications extend into the ________ levels as well.
EcosystemBiologyEcologyBotany

Question 10: This hierarchical scheme can be viewed as an implementation of the ________ theory of reductionism, that a complex structure is nothing more than the sum of its parts.
EpistemologyPositivismDeterminismEmpiricism







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