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Characteristics of Living Beings ( Part 3) (in Hindi)
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Characteristics of Living Beings eg. Nutrition,Respiration,Movement & Excretion

Juhi Mishra
JAI HIND 🇮🇳 M.Sc Botany(gold medalist)CET,DCA,B.Ed. Be Best In BIOLOGY Follow & Subscribe 🎯NEET

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ty ma'am I have questions comma patient is living ????
Juhi Mishra
7 months ago
Yes ofcourse
sorry mam I didn't listen carefully its exergonic or exothermic and by my mistake I heard endergonic or exergonic its my mistake sorry mam
Juhi Mishra
10 months ago
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Saral komal
10 months ago
thank you mam
hello mam i want to know that as you have say that respiration is endergonic or exergonic process but mam respiration is only exergonic process
mam respiration me energy produce hoti h ya utilise hoti h?? Because breakdown process me toh energy required hoti hogi !!??
Juhi Mishra
a year ago
Respiration releases energy .
ok mam
UNDERSTOOD😊 , BUT SORRY TO SAY THAT SOMETYPE OF BACKGROUND NOISE IS THEIR IN THIS VIDEO .BUT NO DOUBT SUPERB TEACHING MAM..
Juhi Mishra
a year ago
thanks a lot I will clear it
  1. THE LIVING WORLD ry


  2. TARGET AUDIENCE Aspirants of Nest ATIMS& Other Competitive Sxam living beinsCo ry


  3. PART 3 Charateristics Of livin beines ina Seinas


  4. CREDENTIALS M.Sc. Botany Gold Medalist CET,DCA,B.Ed Juhi s.Mishr Bio Educator on Upacademy 7 yrs Teaching Experience


  5. NUTRITION All living organisms need food. The food is used as a source of energy and materials for the processes of life such as growth. Light and chemical energies are used by all the living organism. Those


  6. organisms specialized for using light energy carry out photosynthesis e.g plants, algae and photosynthetic bacteria. The organisms which use chemical energy, always depend on other living organisms, e.g. humans, animal and nongreen plants i.e. fungi


  7. RESPIRATION All life processes require energy and much of it is food obtained by the nutrition which is used as a source of this energy. The energy is released during the breakdown of certain energy rich compounds in the process of respiration.


  8. . The energy is stored in ATP Adenosine tri phosphate), a compound known to occur in all living cells and is referred to universal energy carrier.


  9. MOVEMENT . Animals and some unicellular forms have the ability to move from place to place, called as locomotion. This is necessary to obtain their food, shelter and mate. Plants lacks


  10. locomotion. Nevertheless, some movements of part of body structure can be seen in plants. E.g. roots move in search of water under the soil or flower closes at night etc.