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CHARACTERISTIC OF LIVING THINGS To be regarded as living things, living or dead organisms required the fulfillment of the following characteristics as below: 1. Protoplasm Protoplasm: There is a section which consists of a complex material and are well protected. Commonly known as the blastema cells. Unlike the inanimate or inanimate objects that do not have the protoplasm. Look at the stone or computers that do not have the protoplasm or cells, so- called inanimate objects. 2. Shape and Size Having a living creature recognizable characteristics attached to it by looking at its shape. Between types of living things to one another have differences in size and shape. Just look at the tree “jamblang” with tea tree, must have seen clearly the difference.
3. Doing Life Activities: - Eat All living things need food intake from outside the body to then be processed into energy or energy for the body. - Growing And Developing People, Animals and Plants Grow as a new-born or grew in size will be smaller and will usually develop into bigger resembles its parent. - Reproduction living creature that is not capable of breeding to produce offspring will become extinct and disappear at meal time. Therefore living beings have their own way to be able to reproduce themselves to maintain the presence in the world.
Perform Adaptation All living things need to make adjustments to the functions of the body and surrounding environment ecosystem, habitat where he lives to be able to survive better and easier. Examples such as desert animals are heat resistant, bunglong can change color, and so forth. - Having Transportation System To deliver substances into the parts that need. - Able to Move Humans and animals need to move the limb activity for various purposes such as walking, eating, scratching, blinking, and so on. For plants not all of them can do the movement. The ability to react to stimuli from the environment termed iritabilita. - Metabolism Metabolism is the physical or chemical activity that occurs in the body both in anabolism and catabolism. - Regulation System Understanding the meaning of the definition of the regulatory system is a system of rules that exist in the living body to be able to live balanced, harmonious and in tune.
G ROUP CHARACTERISTICS AND M AMMALS P RIMATES H UMANS S IMILAR A. Human traits Similar With Animal Type Mammals 1. Breastfeeding / lactation children 2. childbearing 3. hair 4. Have sweat glands B. The characteristics of each week with Man Group Primate Animal / Primate 1. Able to walk upright on two legs 2. Life is above ground 3. The higher the level or ability level is then increased as the brain is getting bigger and broader and more use of both hands.
C HARACTERISTIC D IFFERENCES B ETWEEN A NIMALS AND P LANTS Here is the difference between the plants / trees to animals in general which covers various fields, namely: How to Get Food - Animals: heterotroph – Plants: Autotrophs and heterotrophic
S OME E QUATIONS M AN WITH M ONKEY P RIMATE OF P HYSIOLOGICAL F ORMS - S IMILARITY AND D IFFERENCE A PES & P EOPLE B IOLOGICAL K INSHIP A. Human Equation by the Primates / Apes 1. Have mammary glands in the chest 2. Both eyes were both facing toward the front 3. Limbs thumb can be moved in any direction with ease 4. Having a form of womb one room / simplex B. The difference with the Primate of man / Monkey 1. The human brain while the brain of a small monkey 2. The structure of hemoglobin is different 3. Humans get into while the apes familia familia hominidae pongidae 4. Members of the human body serves to hold the front, while the apes primates to help run 5. The rear legs longer than front legs, whereas in monkeys the front legs the same length or longer than the rear legs. additional: Monkey Monkey is a difference with - Monkeys have tails - Generally have a physically larger apes from monkeys