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What is a living thing that carries out five basic life functions on its own?
4th grade Science CRCT
|organism||a living thing that carries out 5 basic life functions on its own|
|community||the living part of an ecosystem|
|population||one type of organism living in an area|
|habitat||the home of an organism|
What do all living things require to carry out their life activities?
Background Information. In order to survive, animals need air, water, food, and shelter (protection from predators and the environment); plants need air, water, nutrients, and light. Every organism has its own way of making sure its basic needs are met.
What are the 5 life functions?
The basic processes of life include organization, metabolism, responsiveness, movements, and reproduction.
What are the 5 basic functions?
Terms in this set (5)
- Living things. reproduce.
- Living things. grow.
- Living things use. food for energy.
- Living things get rid of. wastes.
- Living things react to. changes.
What are the 12 life functions?
These are called life processes and they include the following: nutrition, excretion, synthesis, transport, growth, respiration, regulation, and reproduction.
Which is an example of a living thing?
Living Things are the organisms which possess life and have the ability to eat, grow, respire, reproduce, obtain and use energy for the metabolic process.
How are living things used in everyday life?
All living things have life. They eat, breathe, feel, grow, and reproduce. They carry out chemical reactions within their body, which generates energy. This energy within the body is then used to carry out various activities. Imagine, what would happen without energy being generated inside the body of a living thing.
What makes a living thing able to move?
Most often, living things also show the capability to move which is called locomotion. Every living thing that has life, shows the presence of the cell. Inside the cells, there are chemicals that carry out various chemical reactions. These chemical reactions lead to a number of processes.
How are non living things different from living things?
Non-living things do not have cells. Living things carry out metabolic activities inside their bodies to generate energy. Non-living things cannot generate energy and have no metabolic activities going inside their bodies. Living things respire and respiration ensures continuity of life. Non-living things do not need to respire.