Characteristics of Living Organisms

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

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  • 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)

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