Characteristics of Living Organisms

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Movement
Living organisms move to survive (e.g. towards food, away from predators; plants move to receive maximum sunlight).
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Respiration
Living organisms need to respire in order to release energy from their food to use.
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Sensitivity
Living organisms respond to their internal and external environments.
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Nutrition
Living organisms need nutrients to provide them with energy and the raw materials for growth and repair.
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Excretion
Living organisms remove waste products such as urine and carbon dioxide through excretion.
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Reproduction
Living organisms reproduce either sexually or asexually in order for their species to survive.
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Growth and Development
Living organisms grow and develop into their adult form.
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Living organisms need to respire in order to release energy from their food to use.

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Respiration

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Living organisms respond to their internal and external environments.

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Living organisms need nutrients to provide them with energy and the raw materials for growth and repair.

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Living organisms remove waste products such as urine and carbon dioxide through excretion.

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