Asked in ScienceBotany or Plant BiologyAnimal Behavior
Botany or Plant Biology
What are three ways that plants respond to stimuli?
November 18, 2010 9:44PM
I know 3, gravity,light, and touch. I am trying to find a 4th one
No those are the srimuli u should write grow, sprout, and react...... The fourth one is heat.
no its sound, light, odor, and other organisms.
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How do invertebrates respond to stimuli?
Asked in Science, Botany or Plant Biology
What are three ways plants respond to stimuli?
Plants, or rather seeds, begin growth because of certain stimuli, e.g. fertile soil, water, and correct temperature. They then begin growing up, not down, because of the stimulus of gravity, which is still a mystery (see plants in space). Roots will grow out in search of water, plants, of course grow around things, which are stimuli. If one really wants to look into it, certain plants actually communicate with one another via pheromones, essentially carefully constructed scents. These alert other plants of danger (though the reactions are not conscious, merely chemical) and they react, possibly curling up or releasing toxins into their leaves. Hope that helps.
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How plants are different from non-living things?
There are several pretty clear ways that place are different from non-living things: 1. Plants grow through cellular reproduction. 2. Plants take in food and expel waste (metabolism) 3. Plants reproduce. 4. Plants respond to stimuli Non-living things (inanimate objects) do none of those things. This list can go on, but those are some of the basics.
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Name three ways in which flowering plants can be categorized?
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Asked in Animal Life
Descibe 3 different ways that animals respond to stimuli?
you would first have to look at the different stimuli present in an animal's environment if there is a presence of immediate danger, there's the classic "Fight or Flight" response if food is present it's usually "eat", but if the animal knows the food to be dangerous, it would be "avoid" if a change in habitat or climate occurs, there's the "get over it, or get out" response. to summarize, the three main responses to stimuli are: Adapt, Avoid, or Ignore
Asked in Care of Horses, Horse Behavior
How do horses respond to stimuli?
The way a horse responds to stimuli will depend on what the stimulation is. If they are being groomed and it feels good they will relax and possibly groom the other horse (or person) back. If they are being mistreated or are in pain they will react in a variety of ways. If they enjoy something they may give a happy buck or act generally happy. Again it all depends on the type of stimuli.
The two main ways in which neurons are able to react to stimuli are?
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What are three different ways that a cell can respond to a signal?
What are three ways animals respond to stimuli?
Animals respond to stimuli in many different ways. For example: When an animal is frightened, it's heart will beat faster. When it is at ease, it's heart will slow down until it is at a normal pace. If there is food nearby, an animal's first instinct would be to eat it. If the animal is aware that it is poisonous, it will probably avoid the food. If an animal is, or feels threatened, it will act more aggressive, and some will try to act bigger, or the animal's heart rate will increase and the animal will run away. Finally, an animal may act more aggressive if another animal of it's *herd* is killed by a predator.