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Life functions

Jobs or activities the of body

TermDefinition
biology study of life
life your existence
organism living things
life processes jobs carried out by the body
homeostasis maintaining a constant, stable, internal environment
metabolism all of your chemical activities
aerobic required oxygen
anaerobic requiring an absence of oxygen
sexual two parents
asexual one parent
biotic living factors in the environment
unicellular one cell
multicellular many cells
prokaryote no true nucleus
eukaryote true nucleus
nutrition taking in materials from the environment into the body
transport distribution of materials in/out of cells
respiration releasing chemical energy from food
synthesis building complex material from simpler ones
assimilation incorporating them into the body
growth increase in cell number and cell size
excretion removal of metabolic waste product
reproduction making more of the species
G growth
R reproduction
R respiration
R regulation
N nutrition
E excretion
T transport
S synthesis
Created by: SBJ13