|Behavior that is influenced by genes, NOT by learning or experience. Born with it.
|Behavior that have been learned from experience or observing other animals
|An organism in the early stage of development
|A period of reduced activity some animals experience in the summer.
|an internal control of natural cycles
|similar cells that work together to perform a specific job in the body
|combination of 2 or more tissues
|takes place when a signal travel from one animal to another and the receiver responds.
|chemicals animals produce for communication
|an animal without a skull or backbone
|to find ones way from one place to another. Using Landmarks, sun and stars, and Earth's magnetic field.
|organism that eats other organisms
|coloration and/or text that enables an animal to blend in with its surroundings.
|a fixed object an animal uses to find its way
|daily internal patters such as migration and mating
|animal with a skull and a backbone
|an area occupied by an animal or a group of animals from which other members of the species are excluded.
|this type of behavior is the interaction between animals of the same species
|an animal that eats other animals
|made of many cells
|period of inactivity that some animals experience in the winter
|an animal that is eaten by another animal
|– invertebrates 97% or vertebrates 3%
– many cell or multi cellular
– reproduce by sexual reproduction
– develop from embryo
– specialized body parts – cells form tissues form organs form organ systems
– movement – most animals move from place to pl
|Survival – How do animals survive?
Avoid being eaten
|imitate something in nature, often something more dangerous
|bright colors to signal "danger"
|sharp teeth, claws, speed, chemicals, toxins, warning defense
|slowed heartbeat, lower temperature, slower metabolism (hibernation, estivation)
|Why do animals migrate?
|travel to one place to another to find food, water and safe nesting grounds. Whales, Salmon, bats, monarch butterflies