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An '''organism''' in nature is a stable living system typically composed of [[organs]] that influence each other while functioning as one overall unit. In common terms, it generally refers to any single living being, including [[plant|plants]], [[animal|animals]], [[fungi]] and all varieties of [[germ|microbes]] and [[protozoa]]. The word comes from the Latin "organum" meaning "instrument" or "being".
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An '''organism''' in nature is a stable living system typically composed of [[organs]] that influence each other while functioning as one overall unit. In common terms, it generally refers to any single living being, including [[plant]]s, [[animal]]s, [[fungi]] and all varieties of [[germ|microbes]] and [[protozoa]]. The word comes from the Latin "organum" meaning "instrument" or "being".
  
 
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[[Category:Biology]]

Latest revision as of 12:52, June 23, 2016

An organism in nature is a stable living system typically composed of organs that influence each other while functioning as one overall unit. In common terms, it generally refers to any single living being, including plants, animals, fungi and all varieties of microbes and protozoa. The word comes from the Latin "organum" meaning "instrument" or "being".