How Organisms Differ From Non-living Things?


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rafael nampelah Profile
rafael nampelah answered
We are living organisms,we move,reproduce,grow,irritate,excrete but non-living organisms can not do any of the above
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Because all living  things have a cellular organization, contain similar chemicals organization , contained similar chemicals, use energy ,grow and develop, respond to their surroundings, and reproduce but nonliving  are something that can't breath and it can't move by it self, but a non living thing cannot reproduce
yamuna paudel Profile
yamuna paudel answered
They differ from non livings becoz of :
They hav conciousness
they are able to grow (internal factors)
they hav metabolism inside their cells
tony baloney Profile
tony baloney answered
Living things have genes.
Gantabya Prasad Profile
Gantabya Prasad answered
No organisms are not non living things because they don't breathe,eat,move etc which is the characterstic properties of living things

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