All living organisms store genetic information using the same molecules — DNA and RNA. Written in the genetic code of these molecules is compelling evidence of the shared ancestry of all living things.
- Characteristics of Living Things. To be classified as a living thing, most scientists agree that an object must have all seven of the following traits.
- Adaptations and Evolution.
- Response to Stimuli.
How are living things alike?
All living organisms need energy to carry out life processes, are composed of one or more cells, respond to their environment, grow, reproduce, and maintain a stable internal environment.
- Are all living things genetically related?
- What similarities do all living things share?
- How are living things alike?
- What are the similarities and differences of living things?
- How are living and non living things related to one another?
- What do the living and non living have in common class 6?
- What makes living organisms different?
- What do living things need?
- What are living things made of?
- Which of the following are characteristics of living things?
- Why all living organisms are linked to one another?
- What do you think is the most important characteristic of life?
- How are structure and function related in living things?
- How is the classification of living things related to the structure of their cells?
- How are structure and function related?
- How are living things organized?
- Why is organization important for living things?
- What is the purpose of a living organism?
- What is the relationship between levels of organization of life?
- How different organ systems work together?