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SAT 2 Biology Animal Behavior
fixed action pattern
learning
habituation
classical conditioning
highly stereotypical behavior that once begun is continued to…
process in which responses of an organism are modified as a r…
animal comes to ignore persistent stimulus.
a type of associative learning. ex: dogs salivate in response…
fixed action pattern
highly stereotypical behavior that once begun is continued to…
learning
process in which responses of an organism are modified as a r…
31 terms
SAT 2 Biology: Animal Physiology
Sessiles
What is the arthropod skeleton made of?
Hydrostatic skeleton
Exoskeleton
Animals that do not move (hydras)
The polysaccharide chitin.
Are closed body compartments filled with fluid. Usually prese…
A rigid exterior.
Sessiles
Animals that do not move (hydras)
What is the arthropod skeleton made of?
The polysaccharide chitin.
35 terms
Chapter 14 (Animal Physiology) - BIOLOGY SAT2
Animals
Movement
Sessile
Exoskeleton
- Multicellular eukaryotes... - All: Heterotrophs... - Acquire nutr…
Beating of cilia or the waving of tentacles to capture prey... A…
Does not move
Skeleton grown by arthropods, like crabs and grasshoppers, co…
Animals
- Multicellular eukaryotes... - All: Heterotrophs... - Acquire nutr…
Movement
Beating of cilia or the waving of tentacles to capture prey... A…
22 terms
Chapter 18 (Animal Behavior) - BIOLOGY SAT2
Behavior
Stimulus
Ethology
Von Frisch, Lorenz, Tinbergen
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
The study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
Scientists of Ethology
Behavior
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
Stimulus
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
23 terms
SAT 2 Biology: Characteristics of Animals
Are porifera capable of movement?
What is another name for sponges?
What two layers are porifera made of?
What is the asexual reproduction of pr…
No, they are sessiles.
Porifera
ectoderm and endoderm layers.
It is called fragmentation.
Are porifera capable of movement?
No, they are sessiles.
What is another name for sponges?
Porifera
35 terms
Chapter 14 (Animal Physiology) - BIOLOGY SAT2
Animals
Movement
Sessile
Exoskeleton
- Multicellular eukaryotes... - All: Heterotrophs... - Acquire nutr…
Beating of cilia or the waving of tentacles to capture prey... A…
Does not move
Skeleton grown by arthropods, like crabs and grasshoppers, co…
Animals
- Multicellular eukaryotes... - All: Heterotrophs... - Acquire nutr…
Movement
Beating of cilia or the waving of tentacles to capture prey... A…
22 terms
Chapter 18 (Animal Behavior) - BIOLOGY SAT2
Behavior
Stimulus
Ethology
Von Frisch, Lorenz, Tinbergen
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
The study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
Scientists of Ethology
Behavior
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
Stimulus
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
31 terms
Biology SAT 2 Animal Physiology (chapter 14)
movement
locomotion
sessile
hydrostatic skeleton
a characteristic of all animals
movement from place to place
animals that do not move... ex: hydra and sponges
a closed body compartment filled with fluid
movement
a characteristic of all animals
locomotion
movement from place to place
22 terms
Chapter 18 (Animal Behavior) - BIOLOGY SAT2
Behavior
Stimulus
Ethology
Von Frisch, Lorenz, Tinbergen
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
The study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
Scientists of Ethology
Behavior
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
Stimulus
A change in the environment that carries out a response in be…
23 terms
SAT Biology - Animal Behavior
What is ethology?
What is Karl von Frisch known for?
What is Niko Tinbergen known for?
What is Konrad Lorenz known for?
the study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
his study of honeybee communication and famous description of…
his elucidation of the fixed action pattern
work with imprinting
What is ethology?
the study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
What is Karl von Frisch known for?
his study of honeybee communication and famous description of…
59 terms
SAT Biology Animal Physiology
similar characteristics of multicellul…
locomotion
sessile
how does the hydra feed?
all are heterotrophs and acquire nutrients by ingestion
movement from place to place
organisms that don't move (i.e. hydra and sponges)
moving its tentacles and stinging prey that swims near enough…
similar characteristics of multicellul…
all are heterotrophs and acquire nutrients by ingestion
locomotion
movement from place to place
44 terms
SAT Biology - Animal Physiology
What do some mollusks have for a *pr…
What do some arthropods have for *pr…
What animals have *hydrostatic skeleto…
What do chordates have for *protecti…
mantle
exoskeleton made of chitin
nematodes, Platyhelminthes, and annelids
endoskeleton
What do some mollusks have for a *pr…
mantle
What do some arthropods have for *pr…
exoskeleton made of chitin
27 terms
SAT II Biology - Animal Behavior
behavior
reflex
innate
learned behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
A simple, automatic, inborn response to a sensory stimulus, s…
Inborn behaviors
a behavior that has been learned from experience or observation
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
reflex
A simple, automatic, inborn response to a sensory stimulus, s…
19 terms
Biology SAT 2 Animal Behavior (chapter 18)
behavior
innate behavior
learned behavior
stimulus
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
inborn... ex: running for shelter upon hearing a loud noise
something that happens through being taught to do it... ex: chil…
what a behavior responds to... a change in the environment
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
innate behavior
inborn... ex: running for shelter upon hearing a loud noise
SAT II Biology - Animal Behavior
behavior
reflex
innate
learned behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
A simple, automatic, inborn response to a sensory stimulus, s…
Inborn behaviors
a behavior that has been learned from experience or observation
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
reflex
A simple, automatic, inborn response to a sensory stimulus, s…
33 terms
SAT Biology- Animal physiology
animals feed
sessile
exoskeleton
endoskeleton
heterotrophically
don't move
does not grow with the animal
grows with the animal
animals feed
heterotrophically
sessile
don't move
12 terms
Biology SAT / Animal Behavior
Fixed Action Pattern (FAP)
Learning
Habituation
Associative Learnign
An inherent behavior called by sign stimuli, that once begun,…
A process for mentally sophisticated organisms, in which thei…
Simpler form of learning, where animals come to identify and…
Type of learning where two different acts of stimulus become…
Fixed Action Pattern (FAP)
An inherent behavior called by sign stimuli, that once begun,…
Learning
A process for mentally sophisticated organisms, in which thei…
12 terms
SAT Biology: Animal Behavior
Tinbergen
Pavlov
Skinner
Lorens
Scientist... Fixed action patterns
Scientist... Classical conditioning
Scientist... Opeant conditioning
Scientist... Imprinting
Tinbergen
Scientist... Fixed action patterns
Pavlov
Scientist... Classical conditioning
22 terms
BIOLOGY SAT: Animal Behavior
innate
stimulus
ethology
Karl Von Firsh
type of behavior, natural
a change in the environment
the study of behavior and its relationship to its evolutionar…
won the noble peace prize, known for his extensive studies of…
innate
type of behavior, natural
stimulus
a change in the environment
13 terms
Animal Behavior Biology SAT
Fixed Action Pattern
Learning
Habituation
Associative Learning
innate, highly stereotypical behavior that once begun is cont…
responses of organism are modified as a result of experience;…
ignore a persistent stimulus so it can go about its business,…
one type of learning in which one stimulus becomes linked to…
Fixed Action Pattern
innate, highly stereotypical behavior that once begun is cont…
Learning
responses of organism are modified as a result of experience;…
33 terms
BIOLOGY SAT: Animal Physiology
locomotion
sessile
exoskeleton
hydrostatic skeleton
movement from place to place
do not move
some arthropods have this, it consists mostly of polysaccharide
closed body compartment filled with fluid
locomotion
movement from place to place
sessile
do not move
8 terms
Additional SAT2 Biology Words (Animal Behavior)
Who discovered fixed action patterns?
'who discovered imprinting?
Who made very important findings on ho…
What are releasers?
Tinbergen
Lorenz
Von Frisch
This is when stimuli are exchanged between members of the sam…
Who discovered fixed action patterns?
Tinbergen
'who discovered imprinting?
Lorenz
28 terms
SAT Biology: Animal Behavior
the way an organism responds to change…
stimulus
study of behavior and its relationship…
honeybee communication and bee waggle…
behavior
change in environment
ethology
von Frisch
the way an organism responds to change…
behavior
stimulus
change in environment
37 terms
SAT Biology: Animal Physiology
What do all animals have in common?
What are arthropods?
What do nematodes (roundworms) , flatw…
What are chordates (frogs, cats, human…
1. Heterotrophs that acquire nutrients by digestion. ... 2. Move…
They have an exoskeleton, which provides protection and abili…
They all have a hydrostatic skeleton, which is a closed body…
They have an endoskeleton made of bone and cartilage.
What do all animals have in common?
1. Heterotrophs that acquire nutrients by digestion. ... 2. Move…
What are arthropods?
They have an exoskeleton, which provides protection and abili…
59 terms
SAT Biology: Animal Physiology
animals acquire nutrients by
hydra and sponges are
sessile means that
some arthropods, like crabs and grassh…
ingestion
sessile
they don't move
exoskeleton, chitin, does not grow with the animal and must b…
animals acquire nutrients by
ingestion
hydra and sponges are
sessile
20 terms
SAT Biology- Animal Behaviour
Behaviour
Innate
Learned
Von Frisch
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal/ exte…
inborn
responses of the organism are modified as a result of experie…
waggle dance-
Behaviour
The way an organism responds to changes in its internal/ exte…
Innate
inborn
18 terms
SAT Biology Animal Behavior
behavior
Karl von Frisch
Nikon Tinbergen
Konrad Lorenz
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
studies of honeybee communication and his famous description…
known for his elucidation of the fixed action pattern
famous for his work with imprinting
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in its internal or ex…
Karl von Frisch
studies of honeybee communication and his famous description…
16 terms
SAT Biology - Animal Behavior
fixed action pattern
sign stimuli
releasers
learning
innate, highly stereotypical behavior that, once begun, is co…
external stimuli that trigger fixed action patterns (can be p…
sign stimuli exchanged in members of the same species
sophisticated process in which the responses of the organism…
fixed action pattern
innate, highly stereotypical behavior that, once begun, is co…
sign stimuli
external stimuli that trigger fixed action patterns (can be p…
16 terms
SAT Biology Animal Behavior
behavior
Von Frisch
Tinbergen
Lorenz
the way an organism responds to changes in internal or extern…
known for extensive study of honeybee communication
known for elucidation of fixed action pattern
known for work with imprinting
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in internal or extern…
Von Frisch
known for extensive study of honeybee communication
12 terms
sat biology: animal behavior
insticnt
fixed action patterns
imprinting
classical conditioning
behavior is inate or inherited
innate patterns that follow a regular, unvarying pattern init…
innate program for aquiring specific behavior if only an appr…
connecting two or more evnets. responds to stimulus over and…
insticnt
behavior is inate or inherited
fixed action patterns
innate patterns that follow a regular, unvarying pattern init…
27 terms
SAT Biology: Animal Behavior
behavior
innate behavior
learned
stimulus
way an organism responds to change sin its internal or extern…
inborn... running for shelter upon hearing a loud noise
a child shares his toys with another child
...
behavior
way an organism responds to change sin its internal or extern…
innate behavior
inborn... running for shelter upon hearing a loud noise
14 terms
SAT biology Animal Physiology
locomotion
hydrostatic skeleton
ligaments
tendon
movement from place to place
a closed body compartment filled with fluid
bone to bone
bone to muscle
locomotion
movement from place to place
hydrostatic skeleton
a closed body compartment filled with fluid
34 terms
SAT Biology Animal Physiology
heterotroph
locomotion
sessile
exoskeleton
all animals; acquire nutrients by ingestion
movement from place to place, characteristic of animals
do not move
skeleton on the outside that consists of polysaccharide chitin
heterotroph
all animals; acquire nutrients by ingestion
locomotion
movement from place to place, characteristic of animals
9 terms
Biology SAT / Characteristics of Animals
Porifera
Cnidarians
Platyhelminthes
Nematodes
Non moving animals with no symmetry, and that filter nutrient…
Animals that are radially symmetric and made up of stinging c…
Simplest animals with bilateral symmetry and all three cell l…
Unsegmented wormlike animals, that are bilaterally symmetrica…
Porifera
Non moving animals with no symmetry, and that filter nutrient…
Cnidarians
Animals that are radially symmetric and made up of stinging c…
52 terms
Animal Physiology (Biology SAT Subject)
ingestion
locomotion
sessile
exoskeleton
process by which animals acquire nutrients
movement from place to place
do not move from place to place (ex. hydra/sponge)
protects arthropods mostly consisting of a polysaccharide cal…
ingestion
process by which animals acquire nutrients
locomotion
movement from place to place
32 terms
SAT BIOLOGY keywords Animal Physiology
heterotrophs
locomotion
sessile
hydrostatic skeleton
all animals are multicellular eukaryotes and are ... ___________…
movement from place to place for animals
not moving on their own. occurs for sponges and hydras
animals like the nematodes (roundworms) flatworms (planaria)…
heterotrophs
all animals are multicellular eukaryotes and are ... ___________…
locomotion
movement from place to place for animals
9 terms
Sat 2 bio Animal
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematodes
Sponges. No symmetry. Sessile. Only has ectoderm and endoderm.
Jellyfish and Hydra. Radial symmetry. Life cycle. Only has ec…
Flatworms (and tapeworms). Bilateral symmetry. Has ectoderm,…
Roundworms. Unsegmented, false coelom, complete digestive. Bi…
Porifera
Sponges. No symmetry. Sessile. Only has ectoderm and endoderm.
Cnidaria
Jellyfish and Hydra. Radial symmetry. Life cycle. Only has ec…
15 terms
SAT BIOLOGY keywords Animal Behavior
innate
von Frisch
Lorenz
Imburgen
inborn
known for his studies of honeybee communication and his famou…
famous for his work with imprinting
known for his elucidation of the fixed action patter
innate
inborn
von Frisch
known for his studies of honeybee communication and his famou…
16 terms
SAT Biology Vocabulary (Animal Physiology)
Locomotion
Sessile
Chitin
Hydrostatic Skeleton
Movement from place to place
Term used to describe lack of motion
A polysaccharide that serves as an exoskeleton for animals su…
A closed body compartment filled with fluid that enables worm…
Locomotion
Movement from place to place
Sessile
Term used to describe lack of motion
32 terms
Kaplan Biology SAT Animal Behavior
simple reflex (monosynaptic reflex)
complex reflex (polysynaptic reflex)
habituation
sensitization
-simple, automatic responses to simple stimuli... -controlled at…
-automatic responses to simple stimuli... -controlled at the spi…
-simple learning pattern... -the more a simple reflex is provoke…
-a repeated stimulus creates a stronger reflex response over…
simple reflex (monosynaptic reflex)
-simple, automatic responses to simple stimuli... -controlled at…
complex reflex (polysynaptic reflex)
-automatic responses to simple stimuli... -controlled at the spi…
49 terms
SAT II Biology Chapter 14 Animal Physiology
hydrostatic skeleton
no
locomotion
endoskeleton
close body compartment filled with fluid
does an exoskeleton grow with the body?
movement from place to place
structural support made of bone and cartilage that grows with…
hydrostatic skeleton
close body compartment filled with fluid
no
does an exoskeleton grow with the body?
9 terms
SAT2 Animal Behavior
Fixed Action Pattern
Habituation
Associative learning
Classical Conditioning
highly stereotypical behavior... -complete no matter how useless…
form of learning animal comes to ignore a present stimulus an…
one stimulus linked to another through experience... -classical…
Dogs salivated when food... ring bell when food... dog salivate whe…
Fixed Action Pattern
highly stereotypical behavior... -complete no matter how useless…
Habituation
form of learning animal comes to ignore a present stimulus an…
20 terms
Animal Behavior [SAT 2]
behavior
fixed action pattern
stickleback fish
learning
carried out in response to a stimulus
an innate, highly stereotypical behavior that, once begun, is…
example of fixed action pattern: attacked anything with a red…
a sophisticated process in which the responses of the organis…
behavior
carried out in response to a stimulus
fixed action pattern
an innate, highly stereotypical behavior that, once begun, is…
29 terms
SAT II Biology Chapter 18 Animal Behavior
behavior
innate
stimulus
von Frisch
the way an organism responds to changes in the internal or ex…
inborn
a change in the the environment
scientist who worked on honeybee communication
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in the internal or ex…
innate
inborn
17 terms
SAT Biology Vocabulary Animal Behavior
Von Frisch
Tinbergen
Lorenz
Fixed Action Pattern
A scientist known for his studies of honeybee communication a…
A scientist known for his elucidation of the fixed action pat…
A scientist known for his work with imprinting
An innate behavior that once begun is continued to completion…
Von Frisch
A scientist known for his studies of honeybee communication a…
Tinbergen
A scientist known for his elucidation of the fixed action pat…
29 terms
SAT II Biology Chapter 18 Animal Behavior
behavior
innate
stimulus
von Frisch
the way an organism responds to changes in the internal or ex…
inborn
a change in the the environment
scientist who worked on honeybee communication
behavior
the way an organism responds to changes in the internal or ex…
innate
inborn
49 terms
SAT II Biology Chapter 14 Animal Physiology
hydrostatic skeleton
no
locomotion
endoskeleton
close body compartment filled with fluid
does an exoskeleton grow with the body?
movement from place to place
structural support made of bone and cartilage that grows with…
hydrostatic skeleton
close body compartment filled with fluid
no
does an exoskeleton grow with the body?
40 terms
SAT Biology: Animal and Plant Cells/Cytoplasm
Flagella and Cilia
Centrosomes and Centrioles
Cytoskeleton
Microvilli
Locomotion organelle present in some animal cells; composed o…
region where the cell's microtubules are initiated; Only in a…
reinforces cell's shape, functions in cell movement; componen…
projections that increase the cell's surface area; helps abso…
Flagella and Cilia
Locomotion organelle present in some animal cells; composed o…
Centrosomes and Centrioles
region where the cell's microtubules are initiated; Only in a…
24 terms
SAT Biology - Evolutionary Trends in Animals
cell
tissue
organ
organ system
basic unit of structure and function of life
a group of similar cells that perform one specific function
a group of tissues that work together to perform related func…
a collection of organs that work together to perform related…
cell
basic unit of structure and function of life
tissue
a group of similar cells that perform one specific function
9 terms
Animal Behavior SAT2
habituation
associative learning
imprinting
FAP (fixed action pattern)
(learned) ignore a persistent stimulus... ex: nail biting
(learned) 1.classical conditioning= ringing of bell➡dogs sali…
(learned) occur during a critical period in early life... ex: du…
(innate- born w/, for survival) once behavior begins, continu…
habituation
(learned) ignore a persistent stimulus... ex: nail biting
associative learning
(learned) 1.classical conditioning= ringing of bell➡dogs sali…
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