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Living Systems - Investigation 4
Terms in this set (9)
central nervous system
where sensory impulses pass through the brain and spinal cord
cells that send messages to the brain when it receives stimuli
a communication cell found in the brain and nervous system
something that causes an action or response
to react or to answer
A behavior or physical characteristic that allows an organism to live successfully in its environment.
a characteristic that is passed down from generation to generation (for example, eye color in humans)
a behavior that has been learned from experience (for example-walking or drinking from a glass)
done automatically without thinking (blinking or breathing for example)
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