Asked in BiologyEarth SciencesAnimal LifeGenetics
All living things produce young ones This is called?
Asked in Animal Life
How do you classify an organism using taxonomy?
Taxonomy is like a family tree of all living things. The living things are classified based on such things as: -physical features -whether they are warm or cold blooded -whether they have a skeleton -whether they produce milk for their young. You can find all classifications for animals on wikipedia
Asked in Biology
What are the seven characteristics of living things and their example?
1) Living things move (humans can move with help of their muscles) 2)they respond to stimuli(we respond when someone touches us) 3)living things respirate(we take in oxygen leave carbon dioxide) 4)living things reproduce 5)living things excrete 6)growth reproduce growth energy adaptations organization have one or more cells respond to changes in environment W.E.R.G.L.O.C. livings thing produce -Wast living things need -Energy livings things -Respond to its environment living things -Grow and repair its self living things -Live and breathe living things produce -Offspring living things are made of -Cells from: http://www.saburchill.com/chapters/chap0001.html The Seven Characteristics of Living Things Feeding All living organisms need to take substances from their environment to obtain energy, to grow and to stay healthy. MovementAll living organisms show movement of one kind or another. All living organisms have internal movement, which means that they have the ability of moving substances from one part of their body to another. Some living organisms show external movement as well - they can move from place to place by walking, flying or swimming. Breathing or Respiration All living things exchange gases with their environment. Animals take in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. Excretion Excretion is the removal of waste from the body. If this waste was allowed to remain in the body it could be poisonous. Humans produce a liquid waste called urine. We also excrete waste when we breathe out. All living things need to remove waste from their bodies. GrowthWhen living things feed they gain energy. Some of this energy is used in growth. Living things become larger and more complicated as they grow. Sensitivity Living things react to changes around them. We react to touch, light, heat, cold and sound, as do other living things. Reproduction All living things produce young. Humans make babies, cats produce kittens and pigeons lay eggs. Plants also reproduce. Many make seeds which can germinate and grow into new plants.
What is this process called in which both plants and animals produce young?
Asked in Biology
What is the term called when you cant produce your own food?
Asked in Dairy Management and Production
Do male cows produce milk?
Male "cows" are not cows. They are bulls or steers, which do not produce milk. Female bovines that have had a calf are called cows and those cows produce milk. Young female bovines that have not had a calf are called heifers, and they are not able to produce milk because they have not had a calf yet.
What is and animal that gives birth to living young called?