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Characteristics of Living Things

response an "effect"
sexual type of reproduction with two parents and offspring that are a combination of their DNA
external environment outside of an organism
homeostasis maintaining a stable internal environment
multicellular made of more than one cell
cells basic unit of structure and function in living organisms
energy required by all living things; produced by plants, consumed by animals
stimulus a "cause"
asexual type of reproduction with a single parent create identical copies of itself
simple organization organization within a single cell
development change in abilities of an organism within a single life span
growth an increase in size or mass
adaptation any inherited characteristic that results from changes to a species over time (many generations)
internal type of environment inside of an organism
reproduction production of offspring
producer makes its own food
bacteria an example of a unicellular organism
consumer must hunt or gather its food
photosynthesis process by which producers collect sunlight energy and create food energy
Created by: MrTranScience