Living organisms

19th May 2006 at 01:00
Interdependence, a new interactive resource from London Gifted and Talented, aims to illustrate that the Earth is not a group of discrete parts, but a continuous environment existing over time and place.

It also demonstrates the fundamental interdependence within and between biological and physical environments. Key stage 3 science pupils can use the site to see how living organisms adapt to their environments, the varied modes of feeding and how feeding relationships between living organisms in an environment involve energy transfers that ultimately affect their survival. There are downloadable lesson plans, video and animation clips, links to other sites, and an interactive glossary.

www.londongt.orginterdependence

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