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4 th Six Weeks Review for Common Assessment By: Your Favorite Teacher Mrs. Nancy
Stimulus: Something that causes a response in an organism.
External Stimulus: Anything OUTSIDE an organism that causes a response. Examples: 1.Sound 2.Heat 3.Light
Internal Stimulus: Anything INSIDE an organism that causes a response in an organism. Examples 1.Hunger 2.Thirst 3.Sleepiness
Phototropism A plants response to light. Example: A plant bending toward a sunlit window.
Gravitropism A plants response to gravity. Example: Root tips of plants growing down.
Thigmotropism A plants response to touch.
During MIGRATION, HIBERNATION and ESTIVATION animals deal with harsh (difficult, hard) conditions
Migration To move from one place to another.
Hibernation stored body fatlower body temperature.A period of inactivity during the WINTER in which an animal survives on stored body fat and has lower body temperature.
Estivation A period of reduced activity in the Summer.
Olfactory Cells Are receptors in the nose that allows you to smell. A dogs sense of smell is about 1000 times more sensitive than a humans.
Water Cycle Is a continuous movement of water between the surface of the Earth and its atmosphere –It keeps the Earths fresh water supply renewed. –Source of energy is the suns radiation.
Ground Water: water beneath (under) the Earths surface. Watershed: the region of land that is drained by a river system.
Characteristics of Living Things. 1. Living things are made up of one or more cells Cells are small, self-contained units that are the building blocks.
Lesson 1 What Energy Is Energy is the ability to cause change. Energy allows movement in the world.
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ORIENTATION RESPONSES How organisms position themselves in relation to their surroundings.
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The Water Cycle In this presentation you will: explore the stages of the water cycle ClassAct SRS enabled.
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Do you think The Iceman can really will himself to be warmer? In the next 30 sec, list 5 things you might do to try and warm up if you were him…
Midterm Review December Where does the energy to fuel food webs come from? A.Producers B.Sunlight C.The Atmosphere D.Consumers.
VOCABULARY A - NotMoral vs. AMORAL AUTO – one or by itselfAUTOMOBILE AUTOBIOGRAPHY BI - twoBICYCLE BILINGUAL BIO – life BIOLOGY HETERO – different or.
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Weather Forecasting: Part 2. Satellite Map Satellites give bird's-eye view of clouds Satellites orbiting high above the earth allow meteorologists to.
Essential Questions How do global patterns of atmospheric movement influence local weather? How are weather maps used to identify global patterns of atmospheric.
What is BIOLOGY? E? How do you compare and contrast living organisms? Biology - the study of life. Types of life around us. Interactions of life.
All organisms have the same basic needs: Food Water Air Shelter.
2. Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce and to maintain dynamic homeostasis. A.Growth Reproduction.
You need your Animal Behavior Web Quest!. Is the study of animal behavior with special attention to the natural environment and physiological, evolutionary.
Describe the greenhouse effect. Why is the equator hotter? Why do we have seasons? By Meghan Burton Period 3 June 12, 2006.
Is it alive?. Living things: Are organized Are organized Can reproduce Can reproduce Change Change Adjust to their surroundings Adjust to their surroundings.
All living organisms need to take substances from their environment to obtain energy, to grow and to stay healthy.
Deserts. What is a desert? The desert is a land of extremes: extreme heat and extreme dryness; sudden flash floods and cold nights. Because deserts are.
AP Biology Chapter 39. Plant Response AP Biology Plant Reactions Stimuli & a Stationary Life animals respond to stimuli by changing behavior move.
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How does energy transfer through our atmosphere?.
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