Characteristics of Living Organisms

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

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 »