Plant Responses and Animal Behaviour

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Behaviour in ANIMALS is expressed as...

- Movement of muscles
- Activity of glands
- Migration of pigments

Animal receptors are:

- Sense
- Organs
- Muscles
- Glands

Behaviour in PLANTS is expressed as...

- Turgor movement
- Growth movement
- Swelling

Define Turgor

Water movement within plant cells (creates rigidity)

Define Swelling

Taking on water

Plant receptors are:

- Pigments
- Hormones

Innate Behaviour is...

Behaviour that is present at birth. It is genetically inherited. Also known as instinctive behaviour.

Learned Behaviour is...

The product of experiences that create an adaptive change in an individuals behaviour.

Define: Exogenous Rhythm

A rhythm controlled by the external environment, detected by the organism.

Define: Endogenous Rhythm

Internal rhythm (biological clock).

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