Tigers have very less info on Life Processes, I myself am doing a project on them. I also had to answer a question that had to do with response and stumuli. During the day time or midday when it is hot tigers tend to be lazy and sleep. During this time is also when they groom. Though when it becomes evening or sunset when it is cooler tigers go to hunt for food. The stimulus is change in light and tigers respond by doing a different activity, in this case hunting.
An animal's response to a stimulus is coordinated by its central nervous system (CNS). A simple reflex is an involuntary response to a stimulus. Humans use reflex actions in only some of their behaviour, for example controlling the eye's pupil size.
Responding to a stimulus
A stimulus is a change in the environment of an organism.
Animals respond to a stimulus in order to keep themselves in favourable conditions.
Examples of this include:
Moving to somewhere warmer if they are too cold
Moving towards food if they are hungry
Moving away from danger to protect themselves
Eyes respond to stimuli
Animals that do not respond to a stimulus do not survive for long.
Receptors respond to a stimulus and send impulses along sensory neurons to the CNS.
Some receptors are found in the skin. Other receptors can form part of complex organs, such as:
Light receptor cells in the retina of the eye
Hormone-secreting cells in a gland
Position receptors in the inner ear
Sound receptors in the ear
Touch, pressure, temperature and pain receptors in skin
Chemical receptors in the nose and tongue
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A lion's response to a stimulus is conditioned on the stimulus (thing affecting the lion). For example, if a lion is jabbed with something sharp, the lion will about-face and threaten whatever is holding the sharp implement. If the lion smells meat, it will approach and eat the meat.
they respond by watching their surroundings and different animals respond differently so it depends on the animals
example, people, they respond by talking
Elephanst communitcate through their trunki makeina loud trumpeting noise!
Elephants respond to stimulus by when they have a fly on their face the swat it with their ears.
Mammals grow like us humans. They give birth to young ones directly unlike some other vertebrates. They feed their own milk to young ones.
one of the lions responsive to stimuli is their golden fur, it helps them blend into their surroundings on the plains
movements of plants are slow than movements in animals.plants respond slowly to stimuli than animals answer to their sense organs.
they do! wow so impressive
Animals move to respond to stimuli.
yes they do
plant and animals
Yes. ALL living things, whether plant/animal/protist/fungus/bacteria/archea respond to stimuli.
Plants DO NOT respond to stimuli
the digestive system
The ability to respond to stimuli helps animals in the wild because it save their lives. If they were unable to respond, then they wouldn't hear a predator approaching.
The senses of taste and smell respond to chemical stimuli.
It respond to stimuli, by its own life.