Chapter 1 Properties Of life

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Chapter 1 of the text highlights the nine properties of life. Briefly describe each of the nine properties and discuss how things like a virus, prion, and viroid can reproduce, but are not considered to be alive. Address the question: how can things like these that are not considered to be alive “evolve”?500 words

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Properties of life
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There are nine properties of living organisms. They include homeostasis, reproduction,
heredity, movement, metabolism, growth, evolve, interdependency and order.
First, living things usually reproduce either sexually or asexually leading to the creation
of the new organisms. Homeostasis is the process through which living organisms maintain a
state that is steady of their environment internally. In order, living organisms are organized in a
complex way. All living organisms contain a genetic material that is transferred from one
generation to another and this ...

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