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BIOLOGY: CONCEPTS & INVESTIGATIONS

4th Edition
Hoefnagels
ISBN: 9781260366204

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BIOLOGY: CONCEPTS & INVESTIGATIONS

4th Edition
Hoefnagels
ISBN: 9781260366204
Summary Introduction

To explain:

The example for any non-living object which possesses all of the characteristics of life.

Concept introduction:

Non-living object includes the features of the environment like climate, temperature, pressure, clouds, fire, fork, and elements like salt and sugar. These features support life and are essential for the survival of various organisms like human beings, plants, and animals but are not living.

Explanation

The example of a non-living object which possess all of the life characteristics include the fork. It is used for eating food. When the fork is dipped in hot water, then the heat is transferred to the fork, but it is a non-living entity. The combination of this feature with the other features like use of salt, sugar, and fire in the environment form the characteristics of life.

Conclusion

The combination of various features of the environment like fire, water, forks for eating, fire for cooking, salt and sugar form the uniqueness of life.

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