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  • The meaning of "Organism" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. It means the organisms are being made into a tool.

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    2. @Ham: a living organism is a living thing such as plants humans animals

  • Example sentences using "Organism"

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    2. there are a variety of living organisms on Earth

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    2. An organism is a living thing, animal, and human. Example use: This is an interesting organism.

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    2. That is a full sentence. Is there a part you don’t understand?

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    2. In Korean: 단일 세포 및 다세포 진핵생물 차이입니다. ... 단순한 다세포 진핵생물은 그냥 집계 단 세포 생물의 수의 (예: Volvox). 유기 체 같은 volvox에서 생물 (또는 더 정확 하 게는 식민지)를 구성 하는 모든 셀은 동일 하다. In English: Is the difference between a single cell and multicellular eukaryotes. ... Simple multicellular eukaryotes is just an aggregate of single-celled organisms (for example, Volvox). In the same organism volvox creatures (or, more precisely, colony) all cells are identical.

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    2. You could take out the "to" so it becomes "You need to give your organism what it needs/requires"

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    2. "When I say organism, this refers to living things like parasites and insects." is better

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    2. 1st- I love ecology and sustainability, so I participating in a project for my school. We work with worms in order to create compost for the planet. 2nd- the compost benefits the planet with its natural fertilizer without chemicals. This makes it more natural than the others grown with chemicals but what makes it important? 3rd- This question is easy. If we create a plant without using chemicals, our lives are going to last much longer and it will also help the environment. 4th- So what is my project? Creating a new program here in Chile and possibly in the USA using worms, teaching everyone the uses and benefits of the worms and compost while going back in to the time where our grandparents didn’t throw away all their trash. When separating the oragnics from the trash and with it, the usable compost for our planet. They had a lot of fruit trees and beautiful flowers and to get that back we will use worms. It will make a positive change on the ecosystem and will generate an ideal relationship between organisms. Hope that helps! Good luck!

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    2. Here in Brazil we spend a lot of time discussing the moral aspects of it. We have designed disastrous scenarios of what could happen to our society with the hypothetical legalization of marijuana. From the corruption of young people, to death, and the end of civilization as we know. Whereas in other countries, we can actually see that good numbers and a positive reality is taking place. In the US's largest and most populated state — California, the recreational use of cannabis became legal in the beginning of 2018. Experts estimates that the market is expected to hit $3.7 billion by the end of the year, and that number will increase to over $5 billion in 2019. This market is expected to be bigger than beer. The indicice(i’m not sure what word you mean by “indicice”) of crime also has good perspectives, taking into account that arrest numbers will reduce substantially over time. Still so, our country is a entire diferent organism, but on aspects of criminality, we certainly could use some of the advantages of legalization. The trafficking of drugs has become one of the most hideous problems of this nation, causing extreme violence and deaths everyday. To start, if we removed cannabis from the "black market" the traffic would already suffer and become considerably weaker. Later, heavy drugs could take the same path, being only obtained by prescription. Good things would come from legalization overall. However, on the other hand we also would have to be prepared for the bad consequences, such as possible rising of numbers of addictis, meaning we must provide a good social health care program for rehabilitation, that already lacks investment these days. We have two ways of approaching this situation and its consequences in society. However, despite the taboos, the tendency is the choice (i don’t know what you mean by the tendency choice), or at least the illusion of choice being more and more in the hands of potential consumers. The pharmaceutical industry moves more money than we can imagine in the world, and we consume more drugs than we actually realize. Over it is pretty formal sounding and well written, but I think it would sound better if you shortened your sentences because they tend to go on and are hard to follow. Very few grammatical errors though!

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    2. Not really needed but you can drop the during in experiments during this year. Actually, I almost... ...ice-cream sometimes* and some bakery stuff that probably may have contained some eggs and milk, but anyways, I am proud of myself. ...and to know how I feel without having eaten all of these things. But in general, I was prompted to abandon these products because of my love for animals and the ecological situation. What conclusions have I reached? The first thing I understood is that... I am just not sure about/I doubt about giving up salmon. ...vegetable milk and as far as I know adult organism(?) is not needed in milk. I in no case... Has too many negatives, it would be better if you were to change it. Most of the people may think that it isn't worth it, but actually, there are plenty of delicious foods that do not contain/include animal products. ...and my body says "Thanks" to me.

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    2. I might suggest: Language is like a living organism, so it evolves.

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