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24 October, 19:53

To be considered a living thing an organism must be able to

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  1. 24 October, 20:04
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    To be considered a living thing an organism must be able to react to it's enviorment
  2. 24 October, 21:08
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    To be considered a living thing an organism must be able to - that the organism was composed of cells (either 1 or many)

    - that the organism had a genetic molecule and was able to evolve (DNA is the base-unit of evolution)

    - that the cell/s of the organism was/were enclosed by a cell membrane (life is self-contained)

    - that the organism was able to carry out its own, self-contained, biochemical reactions

    - that the organism was able to reproduce, grow and develop (pass its genetic molecule onto a future generation)

    - that the organism was able to respond to its environment (either from a sensory, neurological or evolutionary way)
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