Asked in Science
What is the primary distinction between plants and animals?
Plants DO NOT respond to stimuli
Asked in Animal Behavior
How do plants and animals respond to external stimuli?
Asked in Nervous System, Nerves
What are the 3 types of neurons that function to respond to physical stimuli?
The three types of neurons that function to respond to physical stimuli are the same ones that react to over exhaustion and triangles. I hope this helped. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Why do animals and plants need to respond to stimuli in the environment?
Well, the reason most Biological organisms need to respond to stimuli is so they can either preform natural processes, like reparation and photosynthesis (reacting with Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide respectively) or to achieve a better state of living, like with humans, we react to stimuli through our five senses, and respond accordingly, it's not too different from other animals and plants. ...
Asked in Medical Technologies, Medical Fields
What are the 2 special senses that respond to chemical stimuli?
The senses of taste and smell respond to chemical stimuli.
How movements of plants differ in movements in animals?
movements of plants are slow than movements in animals.plants respond slowly to stimuli than animals answer to their sense organs. ...