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Topic 1 Assignment The three topics that I have chosen to examine for the first assignment are: reproduction, adaptation and homeostasis. All eight the components that are necessary to be termed a living entity are worthwhile, but these are the three that most peaked my interest in which I wanted to learn more about the process in answering necessary assignment questions. Reproduction Every living thing has to be able to reproduce in order to maintain being a living thing. Every living organism, eventually dies. If there is no reproduction or offspring, that species, would eventually die out or become extinct. Examples of organisms that reproduce are everywhere around us in the world, from plants and animals to parasites and red blood cells.

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