Crustaceans use their antennae to discern changes in their environment. They can sense changes in water pressure with their antennae. They use these because their hard outer shell does not have any sensitive nerve endings.
frogs respond to their environment by leaving or beying dead if the environment is gone
The snails are hermaphrodites so they do respond to the environment by their habitat changes
actually no, they can respond their environment from their special senses.
Soil does indeed respond to the environment it is in. Soil will be polluted and erode for example because of influences in the environment.
by adapting to the environment...........
No they can reproduce if they come across a host cell but cannot respond to their environment
The perspective that assumes we actively respond to the environment is psychology.
Humans respond to the environment by building shelters for protection and planting crops for food.
Rabbits respond to their environment by marking their territory. Rabbits will frequently mark their territory as a normal instinct, when there are changes in their environment.
it does not
Bald eagles respond to the environment by squawking to other birds to let them know they are there.
Rocks do not respond to the environment, but they are affected by the environment. They are carried from one place to another in rivers and streams, mined, weathered, etc.
The plant has to be able to respond to its environment because this is a characteristic of life. Plants will respond to cold by closing up and will grow toward the sunlight.
it adapts to its environment sossages and cheese
An organism responds to the environment by adaptation.
It respond by changing flow of water .
Living organisms respond to stimuli (singular - a stimulus) in the environment.
Gorillas respond to there environment because when it is summer or hot they tend to move to the nearest water source.
If living things do not respond and change to their environment they may become extinct.
Plankton respond rapidly to their environment. A key example of this is that they multiply more rapidly in response to higher amounts of carbon dioxide in the environment.
Living things can respond to the environment surrounding them. They are sensitive to their environment, and they can interact with it. Some living things can change their environment as well.