An organized being; a living body, either vegetable or animal, composed of different organs or parts with functions which are separate, but mutually dependent, and essential to the life of the individual.
A living thing--a plant, animal, bacterium or other life form.
Any living thing ¡V plant, animal, or microbe.
A living body made up of cells, tissues and organs.
A single individual unit of living matter that can carry out the basic requirements of life - respiration, growth, movement, response to stimuli, excretion, eating, reproduction. A bacteria is an organism, so is a tomato plant, an elephant, you or a fungus.
Any plant or animal including those of microscopic size.
a total living form; one individual
a complete, living individual (plant or animal) which may have one cell or many cells.
is one individual living plant, animal, bacterium, or fungus. One virus is called a particle
any living individual, whether it is a protist, plant, or animal.
a certain species of plant or animal
Any individual animal, plant or bacterium.
a system possessing the characteristics of living things - the ability to obtain and process energy, the ability to respond to environmental changes, and the ability to reproduce.
living being belonging to one of the five Kingdoms: Monera (bacteria, blue algae), Protoctista (all other unicellular organisms and multicellular algae), Fungi (molds, yeast and mushrooms), Animalia (multicellular animals), and Plantae (mosses, ferns, and flowering plants).
a living creature such as a plant, animal or single celled organisms like bacteria.
a system considered analogous in structure or function to a living body; "the social organism"
a living cell/ a group of cells living together
a living plant or animal of any size
a living whole greater than the sum of its parts
All living things, including people, plants, animals, bacteria, and fungi
any type of individual living being, whether plant, animal, protist (such as an alga), fungus, or bacteria.
An individual self-sustaining unit of life or living material. Five forms of organisms are known: plants, animals, fungi, protists, and bacteria.
a living body made up of cells and tissue; examples include trees, animals, humans, and bacteria..
Any lifeform. It may be a plant, animal, fungi, protist, or moneran. This website was designed to study the different organisms in Northern Virginia and see how they interact with each other.
Any living plant, animal, bacteria, fungus, virus, etc.
Any living being, whether plant, mammal, bird, insect, reptile, fish, crustacean, aquatic or estuarine animal, or bacterium.
A living plant or animal; any living thing
mea ora An individual plant or animal.
A living entity that include: plants, animals, monevans, protistans and fungi.
Any individual form of life, such as a plant, animal or bacterium.
An individual living thing (animal, plant or micro-organism).
A living thing such as an animal, plant, fungus or bacteria.
A living thing, either a plant, an animal or a micro-organism.
a living thing that is made of one or more cells, uses energy, moves, responds to its environment, adjusts, reproduces, adapts, and has a life span.
a living thing or being, including bacteria, fungi, animals and plants.
any living animal or plant, protozoan, bacterium or virus.
Any living being; plants and animals.
Any living thing, whether single celled or many celled.
any individual living thing, whether animal, plant or microorganism.
a very complicated structure of living things whose parts work to insure survival
A living being whose physiological functions are carried out by subunits, or "organs" (like a heart or a liver), which are separate in function but mutually dependent.
A single, autonomous living thing. Bacteria and yeasts are organisms; mammalian and insect cells used in culture are not.
A whole, living individual. The sum all the cells, tissues, organs, and systems working together to sustain life.
any living thing including plants, animals or bacteria
critter; generic term for anything alive, whether it is plant, animal, or bacteria.
An individual living thing, such as a bacterium, fungus, protist, plant or animal.
A living thing. The term includes anything that has DNA, from bacteria to vertebrates.
Any living animal or plant; anything capable of carrying on life processes.
The general name for any plant or animal. A micro-organism is a very small living creature or plant which lives in water and is unclassified
a living thing such as a plant, animal, or bacteria
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Any autonomous living thing.
Any living thing. P - T
A living being or individual.
An viable life form, such as animals, plants, and microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Any living thing, including humans, mammals, birds, fishes, insects, snails, plants, fungi, bacteria and viruses.
A living thing which contains DNA and is capable of cell replication by itself, for example, bacteria, plants and animals.
Any living individual animal considered as a whole.
Any living being such as plants, animals, fungi, bacteria, etc.
a living thing, often so small it can be seen only through a microscope
Any living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently.
A living individual with one cell or a group of single-cells sharing a life process.
or-gan-ism An individual living animal or plant; a living being.
Any living thing. When it refers to causing infection, an organism may be bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi.
Any living entity
Any living thing, either vegetable or animal.
any living thing that has living characteristics and is composed of one or more cells.
An individual life form, such as a plant or an animal; a body made up of organs or other parts that work together to carry out the various processes of life.
An organised being, whether plant or animal. 139
A single, independent unit of life, such as a bacterium, a plant, or an animal.
An individual of some type of life form, such as a plant, an animal, or a microorganism.
A generic word for any living species, animal or plant.
A living thing that can function independently.
An individual animal, plant or single-celled life form.
An organized living being, such as a human or a tree.
A living being or entity.
Any living thing. Organisms include humans, animals, plants, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi.
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any individual living creature, either unicellular (e.g., bacteria) or multicellular (e.g., fungi, plants, animals).
a complex structure of interdependent and subordinate elements whose relations and properties are largely determined by their function in the whole; a living being (including animals, plants, viruses, bacteria).
A living thing, such as an animal, a plant, a bacterium, or a fungus.
Any individual living thing, whether animal or plant.
An individual constituted to carry on the activities of life by means of organs separate in function but mutually dependent; a living being.
Any living thing (plant, animal, fungus, etc.)
An individual living thing that carries on the activities of life by means of organs which have separate functions but are dependent on each other : a living person, plant, or animal. Source : Word Central Student's Dictionary
orr-Gann-Nism) A living being. Any living plant or animal consisting of an organized body which has interactive and interdependant parts that perform vital functions.
Any form of animal or plant life.
living plant, animal or micro-organism. P - R
a living thing (plant, animal, or microbe)
An individual living thing. From a bacteria to a plant.
In biology and ecology, an organism (in Greek organon = instrument) is a living complex adaptive system of organs that influence each other in such a way that they function in some way as a stable whole.