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Living Things

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  1. Circle map Living Things

  2. Living, Dead(Once Living)Non-living, How can you tell the difference?

  3. Living Things • Living things have 6 characteristics: • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  4. Living Things All Living Things Have Cells • A cell is the basic unit of life • A cell controls all the activities of the organism • AN ORGANISM IS ANY LIVING THING • A living thing can be multicellular (lots of cells) • A living thing can be unicellular (one cell) • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  5. Living Things All Living Things Have DNA • DNA is a special chemical inside the cell that controls all the activities. • DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. • It makes you who you are (genes). • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  6. Living Things All Living Things Grow and Develop • Grow by getting bigger. • Develop by changing • Get permanent teeth • Voice deepens • Change from a seed to a tree • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  7. Living Things All living things respond to stimuli • Stimuli – something that happens in the environment • Sun shining • Cold • Response – what you do • Pupils contract • Shiver HOMEOSTASIS is your body maintaining a stable internal environment (bear growing a fur coat to stay warm) • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  8. Living Things All living things have metabolism • Use energy • Move • Respiration • Excrete waste • Need nutrition • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  9. Living Things All living reproduce • Make new cells • Have offspring • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  10. Once Living Things(Dead) Was living at one time but is no longer alive. • Pencil (wood from a tree) • Dinosaur • All living things have cells • All living things have DNA • All living things grow and develop • All living things respond to stimuli • All living things have metabolism • All living things reproduce

  11. Non-Living In order to consider something non-living it must not have any of the 6 characteristics that living organisms have. or It was living or dead and has been processed (chemical change). rock, dirt, water paper, apple juice, oil

  12. Summary • DEAD • Used to have all 6 characteristics necessary to living things, but doesn't anymore • LIVING • Has all 6 characteristics necessary to living things • NON-LIVING • Does not have all 6 things necessary to living things Example: Tree Example: Paper Example: Wood

  13. Matching • _____ 1. dog • _____ 2. dinosaur • _____ 3. leather wallet • _____ 4. chicken bone • _____ 5. metal desk • _____ 6. lemonade • a. Living • b. Non-living • c. Once Living

  14. Living Things are called “organisms.”