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Living Env.

Life Processes

TermDefinition
Digestion breakdown of food to simpler molecules which can enter the cells
Circulation the movement of materials within an organism or its cells
Movement (locomotion) change in position by a living thing
Excretion removal of cellular waste products by an organism (wastes may include carbon dioxide, water, salt, and urea and are released during exhalation, perspiration, and urine formation.)
Respiration process which converts the energy in food to ATP (the form of energy which can be used by the cells)
Reproduction the making of more organisms of one's own kind -- not needed by an individual living thing but is needed by its species
Immunity the ability of an organism to resist disease causing organisms (pathogens) and foreign invaders
Coordination the control of the various activities of an organism (mostly involves the nervous system and endocrine glands in complex animals)
Synthesis the production of more complex substances by combining two or more simpler substances
Created by: DSBeaumont