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C.H.A.R.R.E.D. Info

Characteristics Study Stacks

Made of one cell Unicellular
All living things are made of cells Cellular organization
Organisms that make their own food. Autotroph
A living organism makes more of its offspring. Reproduction
Maintaining a stable internal environment as the external environment changes. Homeostasis
Living organisms get larger and change over time. Growth and Development
All organisms sense and respond to stimuli Respond to stimulus
Organism that must get their energy from other sources Heterotroph
Process by which a plant or animal species becomes better suited for their envirnment Adapt/Evovle
All organisms require a source of this. Two types autotrophs and heterotrophs Energy
more than one cell Multicellular
sum of all chemical processes that occur in an organism Metabolism
A person with diabetes who monitors their blood sugar level daily is an example of which characteristic of life? Homeostasis
When the hair on the surface of a Venus flytrap leaf is touched by an insect, the leaf snaps shut. Is this a stimulus or response? Stimulus
Created by: Mrs. Corey