|What are the four characteristics of living things
||Organisation of cells, growth, respond to an environment, reproduction.
|List six organisms that share these four characteristics
||Cat, rabbit, strawberry, sunflower, blackberry bush, rhino.
|Explain organisations of cells and list an example
||All living organisations are made up of cells cells have a certain job. cells are the basic building blocks of life. Humans are made up of 200 different cells
|Explain growth and list an example
|| living things increase in size. They must have energy. A puppy is most done growing at 2 years old.
|Explain responding environment and list an example.
||Organizations respond to changes in the environment. A flower in a pot as it grows it leans towards the sun light.
|Explain reproduction and list an example
||living things reproduce which means they form other organisms like themselves. rabbits carry the babies for about 32 days.
|Why is a virus not alive
||A virus is not alive because it doesn't have all the characteristics listed in box one.
|What is asexual reproduction
||A single parent produces offspring,
|Which type of reproduction leads to greater diversity and why?
||Sexual reproduction leads to greater diversity. their are 2 sets of DNA.