Difference between living and non-living beings, Biology

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIVING AND NON-LIVING BEINGS -

S .No.

Cha ra cte r

Living be ings

Non-living be ings

1

Protoplasm

Present

Absent

2

Cell

Present

Absent

 

3

Movement or locomotion

Present

A bs ent (if pres ent, by ex ternal power)

4

Genetic contineuity

Present

Absent

5

Growth

Present

A bs ent (if pres ent, by ex ternal fac tor

6

Metabolism

Present

Absent

7

Respiration

Present

Absent

8

Excretion

Present

Absent

9

Irritability

Present

Absent

10

Reproduc tion

Present

Absent

11

Regeneration

Present

Absent

12

Death

Present

Absent

13

Shape & size

Morphous

Amorphus

14

System

Open system

Closed system

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