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Characteristics that are always present in a living organism include cells, metabolism, reproduction, homeostasis, and ______. heredity; sensitivity; movement; complexity
Characteristics that are always present in a living organism include cells, metabolism, reproduction, homeostasis and "complexity". Living things have a level of complexity and organization not found in lifeless objects. [ At its most fundamental level, a living thing is composed of one or more cells. These units, generally too small to be seen with the unaided eye, are organized into tissues. A
tissue is a series of cells that accomplish a shared function. Tissues, in turn, form organs, such as the stomach and kidney. A number of organs working together compose an organ system. An organism is a complex series of various organ systems. ]
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