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Behavior 2

Flash cards for Behavior 2

TermDefinition
Circadian Rhythm Flowers open every morning and close in the afternoon
Migration Zebra move to new grazing area with the seasons, birds fly south for winter
Hibernation Snakes sleep in caves all winter
Estivation A long neck turtle digs into the mud during the hot dry season
Thigmotropism A vine twists around a fence post
Mimicry A king snake has the coloration similar to a coral snake
Imprinting Ducklings follow first moving object seen after they hatch
Phototropism A plant bends toward the light
Courtship Behavior Swans dance and peacocks spread feathers to attract mates
Biological Clock Susan flies to Japan from the United States and has problems with eating and sleeping schedules
Pheromones Ants leave a chemical trail to a source of food
Camouflage A flounder can’t be seen on the ocean floor
Nocturnal Owls and bats hunt at night
Diurnal Robins and sparrows look for food during the day
Created by: melanielocklear