Diversity of life
Nevada Standards. There are many characteristics that scientists use to determine if something is alive. The characteristics are very specific and are applicable to all of the different species that exist on our planet.
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The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:
NV.L.8.B. Structure of Life (Life Science Unifying Concept B): Students understand that living things are composed of cells, which are specialized in multicellular organisms to perform a variety of life functions.
L.8.B.3. Cells: Students know some organisms are made of just one cell and that multicellular organisms can consist of thousands to millions of cells working together. E/S
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