Light touch seasons and cirauty
light, touch, insect feeding
Plants DO NOT respond to stimuli
No! plant respond to stimuli gradually not promptly as humans experienced.
By phototropism and gravitism ,if we want to check that plants respond or not,take a touch me no plant touch it's leaf it will be folded which shows that plants also respond to stumili
All living organisms respond to stimuli.
Plants respond to several stimuli. Chief among them are light, gravity, and water. They also respond to temperature and to touch.
through closing their leaves or flowers like "touch me not plant"
No, only living things can respond to stimuli and fore is not alive.
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.
it detects the stimuli from their antennae
They do respond to stimuli how else do the reprduce to more of them and get someone sick???
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.
The senses of taste and smell respond to chemical stimuli.
Response to stimuli refers to a response to outside stimuli such as a noise or a smell. It is a term that refers to an organisms ability to respond to the outside environment.
It respond to stimuli, by its own life.
They respond to light and touch.
No they do not.
the plants like memosa ...........have the proprty of response to stimuli ......so if we touch the leaves of this plant they collapes and show shynesss
The changes in the environment to which the organisms respond and react are called stimuli
they move in circles and eat positive stimuli