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MR CHROGER VOCABULARY. Record the definitions. Draw pictures that represent each life function. Metabolism. Chemical reactions in the body. Convert food and water into energy and waste products. Reproduce. create offspring Asexual or sexual. Cells – smallest unit of life.

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MR CHROGER VOCABULARY

Record the definitions.

Draw pictures that represent each life function.


Metabolism

  • Chemical reactions in the body.

  • Convert food and water into energy and waste products.


Reproduce

  • create offspring

  • Asexual or sexual


Cells – smallest unit of life.

  • Multicellular – plants and animals are made of many cells!

  • Single celled organisms are made of only one cell!


Homeostasis

  • Organisms need to maintain an internal balance

    • Not enough water = dehydrated

    • Too much water = water poisoning


Response to Environment

  • Stimulus  Response

    • Ex. It’s cold outside (stimulus), so you start to shiver (response)

  • Organisms evolve to survive in the environment


Obtain and use energy

  • Plants absorb suns energy

  • Animals consume nutrients


Grow and develop

  • All living things have a life cycle – birth to adult


Excrete waste

  • Get rid of waste

  • Animal waste - #1, #2, CO2, sweat (salt), heat


Respiration

  • Exchanging gases with the atmosphere (to create energy)


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