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C. of Living Things

Characteristics of Living Things

Scavenger An animal that eats other dead animals or dead plants.
Decomposer A living thing that gets its energy by breaking down the remains of other living things that are dead. They also eat animal wastes and consume or absorb the nutrients.
Consumer A living thing that eats other living things or dead animal or plant material.
Producer A living thing that can make its own food by using the energy that is around it.
Asexual Reproduction Reproduction that doesn't need the union of sex cells where one parent brings about offspring that look a little bit like the parent.
Metabolism The whole chemical process that happen in a living thing.
Heredity The passing of traits from parent to child.
Stimulus Anything that causes a response or change in an living thing or part of a living thing.
Sexual Reproduction Reproduction where the sex cells from two parents unite to produce children that will look a little bit like both of the parents.
Homeostasis The control of a continuous internal state in a changing world.
Cell The smallest thing that can perform all life processes.
Response A reaction of a living thing.
Created by: juroop309