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Essentials of Biology

5th Edition
Sylvia S. Mader Dr. + 1 other
ISBN: 9781259660269

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Essentials of Biology

5th Edition
Sylvia S. Mader Dr. + 1 other
ISBN: 9781259660269
Summary Introduction

To determine:

General characteristics that separate life from nonliving things.

Introduction:

Life or living and nonliving things both are made up of elements but there are various differences too between living and nonliving things.

Explanation

There are some characteristics that separate life from nonliving things as-

  • For survival living things take nutrition and energy as all life having metabolic processes and chemical reactions to store and release of energy.
  • One of the other major characteristics of living ones is they respond to the changes occur in the environment that means they are sensible and responding.
  • All life is growing continuously as per the time and they reproduce to pass their genetic information.
Conclusion

Hence, life or living organisms are separate from non-living things.

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