Tillery, B. W., Enger, E. D., & Ross, F. C. (2019). Integrated science (7th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Chapter 20, “The Nature of Living Things” (pp.477-485)
Note: Read the “Overview” and “Part 1 the Characteristics of Life” sections.
Drell, L. (2013). 10 amazing jobs you could land with the right STEM education. Links to an external site.Retrieved from http://mashable.com/2013/02/05/10-awesome-stem-jobs/
Lytle, R. (2012). Teachers are key to building STEM brand. Links to an external site.Retrieved from http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/stem-education/2012/06/29/teachers-are-key-to-building-stem-brand
Prezi, Inc. (2016). The knowledge base. Links to an external site.Retrieved from https://prezi.com/support/article/
Note: Use this resource in conjunction with the video “An Introduction to Prezi®” found in the media links.
Scott, C. T. (2007).The law of theories: Understanding the science behind them. Links to an external site. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/law-theories
Strickland, E. (2009, April 16). Antarctica’s ‘Blood Falls’ shows how aliens might live on ice worlds Links to an external site.[Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/2009/04/16/antarcticas-blood-falls-shows-how-aliens-might-live-on-ice-worlds/
As you have explored in the Learning Resources for this week, all living organisms display certain characteristics. Gather information to enable you to answer the following questions:
What characteristics support that a virus is alive?
What characteristics support that a virus is not alive?
Write a response, based on your investigation, to conclude whether or not a virus is a living organism. Use scientific evidence to support your thinking.
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