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Title: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING THINGS


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THE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING THINGS
  • A.Standard of Competence
  • Students are able to understand the variety of
    living things
  • B. Basic of Competence
  • Students are able to identify the
    characteristics of living things

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  • C. Indicator / Objectives
  • 1. To enable students to collect
  • information about the characteristics of
  • living things
  • 2. To enable students to conclude and
  • write a report about living things
  • 3. To enable students to explain
  • the characteristics of living

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  • THINGS

LIVING THINGS
NON LIVING THINGS
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LIVING THINGS
  • The characteristic of living things are
  • 1. Moving
  • 2. Carrying on respiration
  • 3. Receiving and Responding to
  • stimulus
  • 4. Requiring oxygen, water, and food
  • 5. Growing and Developing
  • 6. Reproducing
  • 7. Adaptation to the environment
  • 8. Throw the waste

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1. Moving
  • Active Moving If the living things move from
    one place to other place or not, and caused by
    internal factor
  • Example Horse runs

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  • Plants move

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2. Carrying on the Respiration
  • Respiration is the process of breaking up food
    to gain energy.
  • Chemistry reaction of respiration
  • Food oxygen energy
    carbon dioxide

  • water vapour
  • C6H12O6 6O2
    energy 6CO2 6H2O

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  • Respiration process happens inside of cell,
    specially in the mitochondrion, so We can called
    this process by Cellular respiration

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3. Receiving and responding to the stimulus
  • By using the senses living things can receive and
    respond the stimulus
  • Example

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  • Stimulus is the external factor that comes from
    the environment and received by living thing.
  • Respond is the react from the living thing to the
    stimulus
  • Examples
  • Winter is the stimulus for Monarch
  • Butterfly
  • Migrate is the respond from
    the Monarch
  • Butterfly

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4. Requiring oxygen, water, and food
  • Oxygen main substance is needed by living thing
    for respiration process
  • Water main substance that contained by living
    things body. 2/3 parts of living things body is
    water. Water is the temperature regulatory of
    living things body.
  • Food main source of energy for supporting the
    life

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5. Growing and Developing
  • Growing is the increasing process of bodys size
    of living thing.
  • Example -Small change up to big
  • Short change up to long
  • Developing is the change process of living thing
    to be mature
  • Example Simple body change up to the
    complete body ( methamorphosa )

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6. Reproducing
  • Reproducing is one of the manners for getting
    new generation.
  • Reproducing Generative

  • reproducing

  • Vegetative

  • reproducing

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  • Generative Reproducing ( sexual reproducing
    )is the reproducing started by fertilization
    process

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  • Vegetative reproducing ( asexual reproducing )
    is the reproducing not started by fertilization
    process.
  • Examples
  • -budding
  • -fission
  • -Fragmentation
  • -parthenogenesis

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Budding
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Fission
  • Phylum Cnidaria
  • Class Anthozoa

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Fragmentation/ regeneration
  • Body piece grow to whole body
  • Example Phylum Platyhelminthes
  • Class Turbellaria

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Phartenogenesis
  • If the new generation comes from the egg without
    started by fertilization process.
  • Example Honey bee

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7. Adaptation to the Environment
  • Adaptation is an effort of living thing for
    making the suitable condition with the
    environment.
  • Adaptation Morphology adaptation
  • Physiology adaptation
  • Behavioral adaptation

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8. Throw the waste/ excretion
  • Excretion organ of human are
  • 1. Lever
  • 2. Lung
  • 3. Skin
  • 4. Kidney

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