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    Class-X Nutrition All living organism perform some basic functions to keep themselves alive. The basic functions performed by living organisms to maintain their life on this earth are called life processes. The basic life process is common to all the living organisms are: Nutrition, Respiration...
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  • Nutrition in Plants – Mineral Nutrition
    Nutrition in Plants – Mineral Nutrition- essential minerals for plant growth MODULE - 2 Forms and Function of Plants and Animals 9 Notes NUTRITION IN PLANTS – MINERAL NUTRITION Sometimes you may observe that a potted plant kept in sunlight and provided with sufficient water does not grow...
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  • Life Process
    of dog, flying of a bird etc. Plants do not show locomotion. They are fixed. Visible movements are slow with the exception of plants like Mimosa pudica (sensitive plant, Touch me not) which show folding of leaves on being touched. Breathing movements are absent in plants. 2. Invisible movements are...
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  • Geometry in Period Life
    Life processes such as nutrition, respiration, transportation, excretion, etc. are essential for maintaining life. Question 1: What are the differences between autotrophic nutrition and heterotrophic nutrition? Answer Autotrophic nutrition Heterotrophic nutrition (i) Food is synthesised...
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    organisation o mode of nutrition o reproduction o phylogenetic relationship (evolutionary relationship) Kingdom Monera  It includes all prokaryotes. Bacteria are the sole members of this kingdom.  They have autotrophic (photosynthetic or chemosynthetic) or heterotrophic mode of nutrition.  Bacteria can be...
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  • Autotrophic Nutrition
    Gemma Rimmington Life Science 15th September 09 Autotrophic Nutrition Learning Outcome: Demonstrate understanding of the nature of Autotrophic Nutrition excluding details of biochemistry involved. Substances involved for photosynthesis to occur are water and carbon dioxide. An...
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  • Nutriti0N
    Nutrition In Plants – Mineral Nutrition Nutrition In Plants – Mineral Nutrition Nutrition in Plants – Mineral Nutrition- essential minerals for plant growth MODULE - 2 Forms and Function of Plants and Animals NUTRITION IN PLANTS – MINERAL NUTRITION Sometimes you may observe that a potted...
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  • Life Processes Notes
    Life Processes Part 1 : Q1.Distinguish between autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition with examples Autotrophic Nutrition | Heterotrophic Nutrition | The mode of nutrition in which organisms can prepare their own food, using raw materials water and carbon dioxide, in the presence of sunlight and...
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  • Protista
    Protist: Eukaryotic organisms (usually unicellular) that is not a fungus, plant or animal * 90% are unicellular organisms * Split based on locomotion * The kingdom divides into three main sections being: animal-like, plant-like and fungus-like. Then they are split based on their form of locomotion...
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  • Kingdom and Classes
    "blue-green" algae (aka "pond scum", eubacteria-gram+ve, spirochetes, and prochlorophyta- similar to plant chloroplasts) Eukarya- unicellular/multicellular, eukrayotic organisms ex: protists, fungus, animals and plants 3) Why were Domains only recently incorporated into the field of taxanomy? all the domains...
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  • diversity in living organisms
    prokaryotes and eukaryotes Cellularity: On the basis of cellularity, organisms are classified as: unicellular and multicellular Mode of nutrition: On the basis of mode of nutrition, organisms are classified as: Autotrophs and heterotrophs Classification and evolution Primitive organism or lower organism has...
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  • Biology
    Biology textbook- pg. 80 3) Distinguish between the autotrophic and heterotrophic nature of plants and animals. Animals have heterotrophic cells; hence, they live off nutrients of other species by eating. Most plants have autotrophic cells, which allow them to generate their own food with photosynthesis...
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  • Energy Review
    Name _____________________________ Period _________ Regents Biology Date ______________________ REVIEW 3: NUTRITION, RESPIRATION & PHOTOSY/NTHESIS NUTRITION AND METABOLISM All living organisms need energy and nutrients. The energy is used for many purposes, such as  synthesis → building...
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  • Life Processes
    maintenance in living organisms  Examples- digestion, respiration, circulation etc. Nutrition  Process of obtaining nutrients from the environment  Two types - autotrophic and heterotrophic Autotrophic nutrition  Synthesis of food by photosynthesis Sunlight   Photosynthesis equation- 6CO2 + 6H...
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  • Sample Paper Cbse 10th
    called life processes. Nutrition is theprocess by which organisms can assimilate and utilise food for their basic needs. Autotrophs are organisms such as plants and some bacteria that can synthesise their own food. This type of nutrition is known as autotrophic nutrition. Heterotrophs are organisms...
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  • Safe Travel
    require food. Plants can make their food themselves but animals including humans cannot. They get it from plants or animals that eat plants. Thus, humans and animals are directly or indirectly dependent on plants. I 1 Nutrition in Plants utilisation by the body. The mode of nutrition in which organisms...
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  • Planes
    | |7. |Kingdom |The largest group in classification includes all plants under Plantae and all | | | |animals under Animalia. ...
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  • Biology Study Guide
    Taken together, these processes make up an organism’s metabolism. A) Metabolism: All the chemical processes that take place in an organism. 1. Nutrition: Using nutrients for growth, synthesis, repair and energy. 2. Respiration: Converts energy in food into a usable form (ATP). 3. Synthesis: Making...
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  • Scince 10 333
    alive. Eg. Nutrition, respiration, etc.  Criteria of life- (i) Growth (ii) Movement  Nutrition- The process in which an organism takes in food, utilizes it to get energy, for growth, repair and maintenance, etc. and excretes the waste materials from the body.  Types of nutrition 1. Autotrophic nutrition...
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  • Cells eukaryotic vs prokariotic
    protects the genetic material. Without organelles (only ribosomes) Presence of membrane-bound organelles Smaller in size Types: plant and animal ANIMAL CELLS PLANT CELLS Cell walls absent Cell walls made of cellulose Chloroplast never present Chloroplast present Centrioles present Centrioles...
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