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Life Funtions

jobs of body

TermDefinition
Biology the study of living organisms
Metabolism all chemical activities of the body
LIfe
Aerobic oxygen
Organism an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form.
Anaerobic absence of free oxygen.
Life processes organisms must carry out in order to maintain homeostasis
Sexual the existence of an individual human being or animal.
Homeostasis maintained by physiological processes.
Asexual offspring arise from a single organism,
biotic resulting from living things
G.R.R.R.N.E.T.S
Growth increasing in physical size.
Reproduction making more of the spices
Regulation all body activities that help in maintaining homeostasis
Excretion removal of metabolic waste product
Synthesis /Assimilation building complex material from simpler ones and incorporating them into the body
Respiration releasing chemical energy from food
Nutrition taking in materials from the mouth into the body
Transport distribution of materials in/out of cells
Unicellular one cell
Multicellular many cells
Prokaryote no true nucleus
Eukaryote true nucleus
Autotrophic self feeder
Hetotrophic different way to find found
Ingestion
Digestion
Egestion
Homeostasis maintaining a constant, stable internal environment.
Created by: natalie.xa