Levels of Organization (Cells to Organism) Concept Map (50 pts.) Assignment: Draw a concept map diagram that explains the levels of organization of an organism as well as the four types of tissues. The map should contain: Nodes: include a minimum of 12 nodes (boxes, bubbles, etc.) for Phase 3, 10 nodes for Phase 2, or 8 nodes for Phase 1 (50% reduction=6 nodes) Connectors: (arrows, lines, or other connecting indicators) These should show the relationship between the nodes/boxes in the concept map. Descriptors: (text explanations on connectors/nodes). These should explain the connections between nodes or explain how the nodes are related. Level of Life Organization: This concept map should explain all five levels of organization: Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems, and Organism using a graphic organizer format, words, and pictures. Types of Tissues: It should also show all four types of tissues and an EXAMPLE of each: a. epithelial b. connective c. muscle d. nerve Organs: It should give examples of organs and organ systems equal to your phase (One each for Phase1, 2 for Phase 2, 3 for Phase 3). See the wiki web site for ideas. You may use Inspiration or other software to create this concept map including gliffy, bubble.us, pages, or the Mindmeister Google app (See Google app store); OR you can choose to draw the map yourself by hand. Grading: The assignment will be graded according to the Levels of Organization Concept Map Rubric.