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living things

characteristics on living things

cells contain all the material necessary for life
multi-cellular many cells; perform different jobs
uni-cellular one cell; cannot perform different jobs
stimulus change in organisms environment that affects the activity of the organism
response a reaction to a stimulus
homeostasis maintaining a constant interval environment (Ex. Body temperature is 98 degrees
sexual reproduction two organisms produce offspring that is a combination of parents
Asexual reproduction one organism produces offspring that are identical to the parent
DNA blueprints of life, gives directions to make proteins, and heredity
Heredity transmission of characteristics from one generation to the next
energy necessary for all life activities, acquired from breaking down the food we obtain, and metabolism
metabolism the sum of all chemical activities
grow organism becomes larger in size
develop organism changes
Created by: LMANFF16