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Six Characteristics of Living Things. Composed of cells . Complex organization patterns Use energy . Have stable internal conditions . Grow and change . Reproduce. 1. All Living Things are Composed of Cells. Eukaryotic Cell. Two types of cells: Prokaryotic Cells

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Six characteristics of living things
Six Characteristics of Living Things

  • Composed of cells.

  • Complex organization patterns

  • Use energy.

  • Have stable internal conditions.

  • Grow and change.

  • Reproduce


1 all living things are composed of cells
1. All Living Things are Composed of Cells

Eukaryotic Cell

Two types of cells:

  • Prokaryotic Cells

    Most are single-

    celled organisms

  • Eukaryotic Cells

Prokaryotic Cell

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2 complex organization patterns
2. Complex Organization Patterns

  • Atomic Level

  • Molecular Level

  • Organelle Level/ Cellular Level

  • Tissue Level

  • Organ and Organ System Levels


2 complex organization patterns1
2. Complex Organization Patterns

  • Organism Level

  • Population Level

    • Group of same species

  • Community Level

    • Groups of different species

  • Ecosystem Level

    • Living and non-living elements

  • Biosphere Level

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3 all organisms use energy
3. All Organisms use Energy

Sunlight

Which level of organization is represented here?

Ecosystem

Producers (plants and other photosynthetic organisms)

Heat

Chemical Energy

Consumers (including animals)

Heat


4. All organisms have stable internal conditions which must be maintained in order to remain alive. This is called homeostasis.

Brrr…. Shiver… I am so cold!

Acceptable Range

37⁰C

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5 all organisms grow and change
5. All organisms grow and change. be maintained in order to remain alive. This is called

  • Changes occur during the life cycle of an organism.

  • Some changes are inherited, which over time are called __________.

adaptations


5a changes occur during an organism s lifetime
5a. Changes occur during an organism’s lifetime be maintained in order to remain alive. This is called

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  • Differentiation: The process by which cells become increasingly different and specialized

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5b organisms adapt
5b. Organisms Adapt be maintained in order to remain alive. This is called

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  • The inheritance of adaptations over time is evolution.


6 all organisms reproduce
6. All organisms reproduce be maintained in order to remain alive. This is called

  • Some organisms reproduce sexually.

  • Some organisms reproduce ________.

asexually

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