What distinguish the basic levels of organization of biosystems? Prove that the transition from a lower level of organization to a higher level is accompanied by the acquisition of new properties by biosystems
Levels: Biosphere, Biogeocenotic (ecosystem), Population-Species, Organism, Organoid-cell, Molecular-Cell. The transition from one level to another is accompanied, on the one hand, by the full preservation of the properties of biosystems of the previous level, and on the other, by the appearance of new qualities characteristic of a higher level of organization. For example, with the union of cells and intercellular substance in the tissue of a multicellular organism, the properties of individual cells do not disappear; cells continue to feed, breathe, secrete metabolic products, and respond to environmental irritations. At the same time, tissue acquires a number of new properties during the development of a multicellular organism, the main of which is the differentiation of cells, i.e., their specialization in the functions performed.
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