Characteristics of Living Organisms

HideShow resource information
W D H E R L T K E F N K Y R S Y M Q
D Y T Q S A K U F O N T B Y V X V L
F D W Y P I G C I N C R E N B U P P
B Y O O U V S T Q T C E B R E E U M
M W R D P G A J T P M P B R J X J E
O J G L Q R E N L V H R P E N C A P
F O A F I F G B T J F O M Q H R W E
D T V P E Q I N J L S D Y L L E Y W
L P S H O T E E I X T U A U W T B F
H E P W H M Y A V O P C O H R I H V
R P C C E D N K Y N T T V A R O U S
H U K V S J O O M F B I N B N N J H
Q Q O M B M G Q O G P O V O K X I J
K M N U T R I T I O N N V F A B E D
A N J V S N R U X L D B H X K P U W
S E N S I T I V I T Y J V S X P O H
L B Y B A X R D K E S T I P B V Q F
U E B X G N M S U H T V Y U T D M G

Clues

  • Removal from organisms of toxic materials, the waste products of metabolism (chemical reactions in cells) and substances in excess of requirements. (9)
  • Taking in of nutrients, which are organic substances and mineral ions containing raw materials or energy, for growth and tissue repair, absorbing and assimilating them. (9)
  • The ability to detect or sense changes in the enviroment (stimuli) and to make responses. (11)
  • The action by an organism or part of an organism causing in a change in position or place. (8)
  • The chemical reaction that breaks down nutrient molecules in living cells to release energy. (11)
  • The permanent increase in the size and dry mass by an increase in cell number or cell size or both. (6)
  • The process that makes more of the same kind of organism. (12)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Biology resources:

See all Biology resources »See all Characteristics of Living Organisms resources »