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Characters of Life

The characters of life

Growth and Developement living things grow by increasing cell size or increasing the number.
Reproduction living things make living things through reproduction
Internal Stimuli internal stimuli is when a living things have a responses inside. Like feelings.
Organization living things have specialized structures with specialized functions. Living things with more than one cell have a greater level of organizations because group of cell work together.
Homeostasis an organism's ability to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change.
Use of Energy living things use energy for all their performances. Living things get their food by making their own food, eating food, or absorbing food.
External Stimuli external stimuli is when a living thing responds to something with a outward appearance.
Cell the smallest unit of life
Organisms something that has all the characteristics of life.
Unicellular a living thing that is made up of only one cell.
Multicellular a living thing that is made up of two or more cells.
Response to Stimuli living things adjust and respond to changes in their internal and external environment
Methods of Regulations when you are outside and it is hot or cold, your body responds. It sweats, shivers, or changes the flow of your blood
The Importance of Homeostasis maintaining certain conditions-homeostasis-ensures that cells can function. If cell cant function well it might get sick and die.
Unicellular Organism reproduces by dividing.
Created by: gevanyaz