Definition of Organisms. Meaning of Organisms. Synonyms of Organisms
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Definition of Organisms
Organism Or"gan*ism, n. [Cf. F. organisme.]
1. Organic structure; organization. ``The advantageous
organism of the eye.' --Grew.
2. (Biol.) An organized being; a living body, either
vegetable or animal, compozed of different organs or parts
with functions which are separate, but mutually dependent,
and essential to the life of the individual.
Note: Some of the lower forms of life are so simple in
structure as to be without organs, but are still called
organisms, since they have different parts analogous in
functions to the organs of higher plants and animals.
Meaning of Organisms from wikipedia
as an individual
entity. All organisms
(cell theory). Organisms
- that consists
fall into two general
categories: prokaryotic organisms
and eukaryotic organisms
. All prokaryotes
size. Some organisms group together
to form a superorganism
(such as ants or bees), but such are not classed
as single large organisms
. The Great
- with other larger organisms
; some of which
are mutually beneficial
(mutualism), while others
can be damaging
to the host organism
(parasitism). If microorganisms...
- (cir****scribing) and classifying groups
of biological organisms based
into taxa (singular: taxon) and these...
- Multicellular organisms arise
ways, for example
by cell division
or by aggregation
of many single
cells. Colonial organisms
are the result...
- breeding, in which organisms
with desired traits
(and thus with the desired
genes) are used to breed
the next generation
and organisms lacking
- The smallest organisms found
can be determined according
to various aspects
volume, m****, height, length, or genome...
- live near hydrothermal vents
on the deep-sea ocean
floor. Aerotolerant organisms
, which cannot
for growth, but tolerate
its presence. Facultative...
- common pioneer organisms include lichens
and algae. Mosses usually follow lichens
but cannot serve
as pioneer organisms
. These common
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