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    • 1. To Be or Not to Be Is It Alive?
    • 2. Objectives
      • Identify Key Terms
      • What characteristics do all living things share?
      • What do living things need to survive?
    • 3. Key Terms
      • Organism
      • Cell
      • Unicellular
      • Multicellular
      • Stimulus
      • Response
      • Development
      • Spontaneous generation
      • Controlled experiment
      • Autotroph
      • Heterotroph
      • Homeostasis
    • 4. What Is Living?
      • Name things you consider to be living.
      • What makes them alive?
    • 5. Living or Non-Living
      • How Do You Know?
      • View the video Characteristics of living things
      • Video
    • 6. Characteristics of all Living Things
      • Cellular Organization
        • Organisms made up of iiny cellular building blocks called cells
          • Unicellular
          • multicellular
    • 7.
      • The Chemicals of Life
      • Energy Use
      • Response to Surroundings
      • Growth and Development
      • Reproduction
    • 8.  
    • 9. All living things must satisfy four basic needs…
      • Food
        • Source of energy
          • Heterotrophs
          • Autotrophs
      • Water
        • Obtain chemicals from their surroundings
        • Break down food
        • Grow
        • Move substances within body
      • Living Space
        • Organisms compete for space
      • Homeostasis
        • Maintaining stable internal conditions
    • 10.  

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