Platons Theorie des Wissens im "Theaitet" by Adam Hardy
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This chapter provides a brief overview of these basic concepts. It also describes some of the ways in which biologists conduct research: the process in which they observe nature, formulate explanations of their observations, and test their ideas. It is through research that we further our knowledge of living systems. 1). You know that the lizard is alive and that the rock is not. If you examine both at the atomic and molecular levels, however, you will find that the differences between them blur.
All of the energy that enters an ecosystem is ultimately lost from the system as heat. Nutrients move through the same pathways, but they are conserved and recycled. Heat Heat Decomposers Primary Consumers consumers Edward S. Ross Paul De Greve/FPG/Getty Images Heat Nutrients recycled Heat Heat KEY Energy transfer Energy ultimately lost as heat Energy Flows and Matter Cycles through Living Systems With few exceptions, energy from sunlight supports life on Earth. Plants and other photosynthetic organisms absorb energy from sunlight and convert it into chemical energy, which they use to assemble complex molecules, such as sugars, from simple raw materials, such as water and carbon dioxide.
What is life? Oﬀhandedly, you might say that although you cannot deﬁne it, you know it when you see it. The question has no simple answer, because the story of life has been unfolding for billions of years, ever since ancient events assembled nonliving materials into the ﬁrst organized, living cells. ” Deeper insight requires a Biologists confront the unknown by conducting basic and applied research Biologists conduct research by collecting observational and experimental data Researchers often test hypotheses with controlled experiments When controlled experiments are unfeasible, researchers use null hypotheses to evaluate observational data Biologists often use model organisms to study fundamental biological processes Molecular techniques have revolutionized biological research Scientiﬁc theories are grand ideas that have withstood the test of time Curiosity and the joy of discovery motivate scientiﬁc research 1 wide-ranging examination of the characteristics of life, which is what this book is all about.