What are five characteristics of living things?


All living things have a variety of characteristics that define them as living matter. A few of the five characteristics of a living thing include being able to grow and develop as well as reproduce. A living thing is capable of producing energy, is made of cells and has the ability to move.
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The characteristics of living things are growth, organization (composed of cells), metabolism, homeostasis, reponse to stimuli, reproduction and adaptation.
Non-living things may display one or a few of these characteristics, but life displays all of these characteristics.
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