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The Eight Processes of Life.
Move- Living organisms can move with the use of muscles or can move because of slow growth
Respire- They get or make energy from their food, and can release it.
Sensitive- Living things respond to stimuli or changes in their surroundings.
Nutrition- They need nutrition in order to provide them with energy and minerals.
Excrete- The removal of waste products such as carbon dioxide or urine.
Reproduce- Organisms produce offspring, so that their species thrives.
Grow- They grow and develop, mostly increasing in size.
+ Living organisms can control their internal conditions (homeostasis)
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