1. What do all living organisms have in common?
- Movement, Respire, Respond, Nutrition, Excrete, Reproduce, Control iInternal Conditons and Grow
- Respire, Reproduce, Respond, Move, Grow and Excrete
- Movement, Respire, Sense, Nutrition, Respond and Grow
- Movement, Respire, Respond, Nutrition, Excrete, Reproduce and Grow
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2. What are the features of a plant?
- Store carbohydrates is sucrose of starch, multicellular, have chloroplasts so they can photosynthesise
- Multicellular, have chloroplasts so can photosynthesise, have cell walls made of cellulose, store carbohydrates as sucrose or starch
- Cannot photosynthesise, have cell walls made of cellulose, still carbohydrates
- Do not have chloroplasts, have cell walls, store sucrose or starch, single cellular
3. What are the characteristics of bacteria?
- Small, do not have a nucleus, photosynthesise, no circular chromosome DNA
- Do not have a nucleus, have a circular chromosome of DNA, can photosynthesise, single cell, feed off other organisms
- Reproduce rapidly, circular chromosome DNA, single celled
- Feed off other organisms, have a circular chromosome DNA, nucleus, multicellular
4. Examples of organisms
- Cereals, mammals, yeast, chlorella, lactobacillus, influenza virus
- Vegetables, mammals, mushrooms, HIV
- Animals, lactobacillus, tobacco, pathogens, protein
- DNA, cholera, insects, beans
5. What are the features of animals?
- Multicellular, do not have chloroplasts, do not have cell walls, move around
- Nervous coordination, have chloroplasts, have cell walls, move around, storecarbohydrates
- Do not have cell walls, have a nervous system, usually move around, store carbohydrates in a form of glycogen, do not have chloroplasts, multicellular
- Have cell walls, do not have chloroplasts, move around, store carbohydrate