What is a "Living Thing"?. __________ not only in size, but in development __________ essential for survival __________ smallest unit of life __________ breathing, eating, digestion, excretion __________ adapt and change with environment __________ to light, sound, temp, etc. GROWTH.
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ORGANIZATION OF CELLS
Growth refers to an increase in some quantity over time.
The quantity can be physical (e.g., growth in height)
or abstract (e.g., a system becoming more complex,
an organism becoming more mature).
Members of a species must have the ability to produce new individuals, (reproduce).
Through reproduction, organisms pass on their ___________________,
(DNA: Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
Combining of _______ and __________; Combination of ______ from ___ parents
___________ from one parent divides into two cells. New cells have _____________ ______ as original parent
All living things are made up of one or more cells
All organisms need a source of __________________ for their life processes.
The form of energy that all organisms use is ___________________________
Sources of Energy
Evolution is the ________________________________;
(Change in the _____________ of a population of species.)
CHANGE IN LIVING THINGS OVER TIME
How are the mouths of pythons adapted
to finding prey and swallowing large prey?
Besides having stiff spines that stick out from their bodies
and help protect them, these animals also have loose skin
under those spines and powerful back muscles. Why?
All organisms must _______________ to their __________________ to __________________.