6.1 Characteristics of Living Things

6.1 Characteristics of Living Things

6.1 Characteristics of Living Things 6.1 characteristics of living

things Made of Cells Requires Energy React to Changes Grows and Develops Reproduces

Maintains Homeostasis Made of cells Organisms are made of 1 or more cells

Respiration is a scientific term for breathing. True False

Requires Energy Living organism requires energy to move, reproduce and

function. This also means that all living organisms React to Changes in

their Environment Immediate reactions to changes in the environment done by individuals or genetic

changes to populations over How do birds react to change in weather? A. Nesting

B. Migration C. Growing more Feathers D. Hibernation Grow and Develop

All living organsims move through life stages. Reproduces

The production of offspring by a sexual or asexual process. Homeosta

sis Regulation to maintain physical stability and a constant internal conditions.

What is the main way mice maintain their thermal homeostasis in extreme cold temeratures? Sweat

Pant Huddle Drink

j You will be assigned one characteristic of living things.

Now lets apply what youve learned On the whiteboard your

group will explain how they would go about determining if the specimen posseses that characteristic. Each group will discuss

their investigation with

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