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The Six Characteristics Of All Living Things. Dakota.W.Brown Period 8. All Living Things Have Cells. All things have 1 or more cells It is the smallest unit to carry out activities of life All cells are surrounded by a cell membrane. Living Things Sense and Respond to Change.

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all living things have cells
All Living Things Have Cells
  • All things have 1 or more cells
  • It is the smallest unit to carry out activities of life
  • All cells are surrounded by a cell membrane
living things sense and respond to change
Living Things Sense and Respond to Change
  • All living things are able to sense change in their environment
  • A change that affects the activity of an organism is called a stimulus
  • Stimuli can be chemicals, gravity, light, sounds, hunger, or anything that causes organisms to respond
living things reproduce
Living Things Reproduce
  • living things make offspring like themselves by either sexual reproduction or asexual reproduction
  • In sexual reproduction, two parents produce offspring that share characteristics of both parents
  • In asexual reproduction, a single parent produces offspring that are identical to the parent
living things have dna
LivingThings Have DNA
  • The cells of all living things contain the molecule deoxyribonucleic acid (dee AHK see RIE bohnoo KLEE ik AS id), or DNA. DNA carries instructions for the organism’s traits
  • When organisms reproduce, they pass copies of their DNA to their offspring
living things use energy
Living Things Use Energy
  • Living things use energy to carry out the chemical activities of life
  • Some of these activities are changing energy into food, breaking down food, moving materials into and out of cells, growing, and building cells
living things grow and develop
Living Things Grow and Develop
  • All living things grow during parts of their lives
  • In a single-celled organism, the cell gets larger and divides, which makes other organisms
  • In a multicellular organism, the number of cells increases