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Life Processes

Life Processes vocabulary (including diffusion and osmosis)

TermDefinition
osmosis diffusion of water across a membrane (movement of water from high concentration to low concentration)
diffusion movement of molecules from a high concentration to low concentration
digestion breaking food into smaller usable form
respiration breaking down food to release energy
excretion the process of eliminating waste
reproduction the process of making more of the same kind of organism
movement the ability to move from place to place
sensitivity responding to changes in the environment
ingestion the process of taking in food
equilibrium when molecules are evenly (or equally) distributed in a space or are equal concentration on both sides of a membrane
growth to grow in size or number of cells
nutrition obtaining and using food for energy
semi-permeable allows some things to pass through and others not to pass
Created by: tagalvin