What are the main levels of organization of living matter.

Biosphere. It includes the entire set of living organisms of the Earth, together with their natural environment.
The level of biocenoses. Reflects the structure, with a certain composition of living and non-living components, representing a single natural complex – the ecosystem.
Population and species level. It is formed by individuals of the same species freely crossing among themselves.
Organismic and organ-tissue levels. Reflect the signs of individual individuals, their structure, physiology, behavior, as well as the structure and functions of organs and tissues of living creatures.
Cellular and subcellular levels. They reflect the specialization of cells, as well as intracellular structures.
Molecular level. It reflects the characteristics of the chemistry of living matter, as well as the mechanisms and processes of transmission of gene information.

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