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Stimulus / Response

The periodic passage of groups of animals (especially birds and fish) from one region to another for feeding or breeding. Migrate - Example: Birds fly south for the winter
A state in which metabolism slows in certain animals reducing their need for food and protecting them from cold. Hibernate - Example: Bears hibernate
An organism that is active at night. Nocturnal - Example: Owls
An organism that is active during the day. Diurnal - Example: Humans
An outside occurrence that causes an organism to react. Stimulus - Example: Smell
The reaction of an organism caused by a stimulus Response - Example: Sweat
Regulation of an organism's internal, life-maintaining condition despite changes in its environment. Homeostasis - Example: Too cold shiver,
An organism's natural reaction to a stimulus. Innate Response - Example: Loud noise
Created by: IsabelleC