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MVMS Characteristics of Living Things

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Basic needs All living things need energy, water, a living space and homeostasis
Cells The smallest unit of an organism that carries out the functions of life.
Growth and Development All the changes a living thing undergoes.
Homeostasis The ability to maintain steady conditions no matter what is going on inside or outside an organism.
Life span The length of time an organism is expected to live
Metabolism How a living thing gets energy.
Reproduction Produces the same type of living thing. (ex. A single celled organism divides into two parts)
Response to Stimulus An action, movement, or change in behavior of a living thing as a result of a change in the environment. (ex. a plant bend towards the sunlight)
Sun The source of energy for most living things. Provides energy directly for plants and indirectly for animals
Created by: bonniehodder