Difference between open system and closed system, Biology

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OPEN SYSTEM AND CLOSED SYSTEM -

S.No.

Character

Open system

Closed system

 

1

 

Relationship with environment

Can exchange the material with environments

 

Can not

2

Regulatory mechanism

Present

Absent

 

3

 

State

 

In dynamic & steady state

 

In static state

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