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Cells

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Cellular Organization All living things are made up of cells, can be unicellular or multicellular
Levels of Body Organization Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System
Reproduction The process of producing new organisms of the same type, asexual and sexual
Metabolism Obtain and use energy, needed to grow, develop, repair damage, and reproduce, Anabolism+Catabolism=Metabolism
Anabolism The process of building up complex substances from simpler substances
Catabolism The process of breaking down complex substances into simpler substances
Autotrophs Organisms that make their own food
Heterotrophs Organisms that take in their food (consuming other organisms)
Homeostasis A stable state of conditions that is necessary for life
Heredity Genes carry heredity information down through generations, genes are composed of DNA
Responsiveness Organisms react to stimuli such as light, odor, sound, water, pressure, can be internal or external
Grow Get bigger in size
Develop A change in the physical or psychological make-up of an organism
Adaption A process that enables organisms to become better suited to their environment through evolution
Evolution A change in the gene pool from generation to generation