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What does it take to be a living organism? What are the properties of life.

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You must also define briefly each properties of life.
Order - All characteristics are a result of an organisms ordered structure Reproduction- Organisms will reproduce their own kind; life comes from life Growth & Development - DNA directs the pattern of growth and development, producing an organism that is characteristic of its species Energy Utilization - Organisms take in energy though various methods and make it usable Response to the Environment - Organisms will respond to stimuli Homeostasis - An organisms internal environment is regulated by mechanisms to cope with an imbalance Evolutionary Adaption - Organisms will evolve due to changes in environment and interaction with other organisms
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