What is adaptation in living things?
- The features that help a living thing to fulfil their basic needs and survive in its habitat are called as adaptations.
A part of the body of an animal that is crucial in surviving, in other words a useful and fully functional part of the body. Adaptation is things that is important for any living things such as animals and plants. So functional adaptation means functional facts about things that is important for any living things.
They are nonliving. Water does not need food waterfalls are basically homes for things living in the water. Biology is the study of living and nonliving things, and characteristics of living things are homeostasis, organization, metabolism, growth, adaptation, response to, and reproduction. Waterfalls do none of these things therefor waterfalls are nonliving. They carry things that are living.
Cells Homeostasis Adaptation Reproduce Grow Energy Respond to the environment CHARGER!! (acronym) All living things have cells All living things maintain homeostasis All living things adapt to their environment All living things reproduce offspring All living things grow and develop All living things obtain and use energy All living things respond to their environment
You know it's living if it has the following: Cells - All living things have cells with chromatin; cells are the building blocks of life. Metabolism - All living things eat, drink, breathe and excrete. Growth - All living things take in material from the environment to enlarge. Reproduction - All living things are able to produce a copy of them. Irritability - All living things are able to react to a change in their…