nucleic acid

By.camryn

cells,energy,evalution,hereidity,homestasis,interdipendent, are all charactristics of living thing you can have one or you can all either way, you are a living organism.

Vocabulary Box

Living Things are Composed of Cells: Single-cell organisms have everything they need to be self-sufficient. In multicellular organisms, specialization increases until some cells do only certain things. 2. Living Things Have Different Levels of Organization: Both molecular and cellular organization. Living things must be able to organize simple substances into complex ones. Living things organize cells at several levels3.ving Things Use Energy: Living things take in energy and use it for maintenance and growth.  Living Things 4.spond To Their Environment: Living things will make changes in response to a stimulus in their environment. A behavior is a complex set of responses. 5. Living Things Grow: Cell division - the orderly formation of new cells. Cell enlargement - the increase in size of a cell. Cells grow to a certain size and then divide. An organism gets larger as the number of its cells increases. 6. Living Things Reproduce (evalution):Reproduction is not essential for the survival of individual organisms, but must occur for a species to survive. All living things reproduce in one of the following ways: Asexual repoduction - Producing offspring without the use of gametes. Sexual reproduction - Producing offspring by the joining of sex cells7. Living Things Adapt To Their Environment: Adaptations are traits giving an organism an advantage in a certain environment. Variation of individuals is important for a healthy species. Living things take in energy and use it for maintenance and growth.  Living Things 4.spond To Their Environment: Living things will make changes in response to a stimulus in their environment. A behavior is a complex set of responses. 5. Living Things Grow: Cell division - the orderly formation of new cells. Cell enlargement - the increase in size of a cell. Cells grow to a certain size and then divide. An organism gets larger as the number of its cells increases. 6. Living Things Reproduce (evalution):Reproduction is not essential for the survival of individual organisms, but must occur for a species to survive. All living things reproduce in one of the following ways: Asexual repoduction - Producing offspring without the use of gametes. Sexual reproduction - Producing offspring by the joining of sex cells7. Living Things Adapt To Their Environment: Adaptations are traits giving an organism an advantage in a certain environment. Variation of individuals is important for a healthy species.