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Chapter 1, Problem 2SQ

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Campbell Essential Biology (6th Ed...

6th Edition
Eric J. Simon + 3 others
ISBN: 9780133917789

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Campbell Essential Biology (6th Ed...

6th Edition
Eric J. Simon + 3 others
ISBN: 9780133917789
Summary Introduction

To determine:

The order of biological organization of the given levels from smallest to largest. Which is the smallest level capable of showing all the characteristics of life. The given levels are as follows: atom, biosphere, cell, ecosystem, molecules, organ, organism, population, and tissue.

Introduction:

Arrangement of the biotic factors into a biologically organized system helps to understand the composition of life better. It depicts the levels of organization from the smallest to the largest level.

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