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Which best completes the sentence? If something can reproduce then it
a) is a living thing b) might be a living thing c) is not a living thing d) None of the above
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of living things?
a) made of cells b) completes photosythesis c) has a metabolism d) reproduces
Which best completes the sentence? If something can respond to a stimulus then it
a) is a living thing. b) might be a living thing. c) is not a living thing d) none of the above
To be considered living an organism must be able to
a) swim b) reproduce c) digest food d) talk
Which of the following is an example of adapting to change?
a) skin tanning in the sun b) picking a flower c) shredding paper d) sitting in a chair
Which of the following is not a living thing?
a) a clam b) a floating block of ice c) a sponge in the ocean d) a banana tree
In winter many dogs grow a thick coat of fun. This is an example of
a) adapting to change b) reproduction c) artificial selection d) genetic engineering
What characteristics do all living things share?
a) They are made of organ systems b) They reproduce aseuxally c) They have DNA d) They breathe oxygen
Which of the following is considered to be a living organism?
a) nucleus b) bacterium c) sperm d) lysosome
What characteristic do all living things share?
a) They are made of cells. b) They give off carbon dioxide. c) The are mobile d) They have a heart
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