|MadSci Network: General Biology|
Hello. I recently asked a question about what state of matter living things are, and if "life" could be considered its own state of matter. I was pleased with the response, and now I have another question, so I will try MadSci again: What exactly is death? When is a living organism considered dead? I've heard that there are many definitions to this, but when I searched in Google about death, I mostly found spiritual answers to this question. Thank you for your help.
Re: What is death? When is a living organism considered dead?
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on General Biology.