Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Cell- Living and Non-living


Living and Non-living


The difference between living and nonliving things are that, Living things consist of cells, maintain homeostasis and can, move, grow, reproduce, feed, respire and die due to natural forces of life. Living things can also respond to environmental stimuli and excrete waste. Some examples of Living things are, humans, animals, birds, insects and plants. 


Non-living can not obtain or contain any of these characteristics, and do not have all of these cellular structures. The only way Non-living things can move is either by a living force or by living control. The only way Non-living things can die are if they either, break down, rust or is destroyed by living forces. Examples of Non-living things are a car, pencil, rock and a book.

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