Responding to the environment

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  • Responding to the environment
    • Why do organisms need to respond to their environment?
  • Animals
    • Co-ordinated movement
      • Muscles and joints
    • Responding to the environment
      • Why do organisms need to respond to their environment?
  • Plants
    • Environmental stimuli
      • Chemicals
      • Gravity
  • Nervous system
    • Animals
      • Co-ordinated movement
        • Muscles and joints
  • Behaviour
    • Learnt
      • Social behaviour in primates
  • Innate
    • Behaviour
      • Learnt
        • Social behaviour in primates
  • CNS
    • Structure of brain
    • Nervous system
    • PNS
      • Autonomic nervous system
    • Voluntary nervous system
      • PNS
        • Autonomic nervous system
    • Touch
      • Environmental stimuli
        • Chemicals
        • Gravity
    • Light
      • Phototropism
        • Light
        • Plant growth
          • Auxin
            • Leaf shedding
            • Phototropism
              • Effects of plant growth substances
                • Plant growth
                  • Cytokinins
                    • Commercial uses of plant growth substances
                      • Gibberellin
                        • Stem elongation
                        • Effects of plant growth substances
                          • Cytokinins
                            • Commercial uses of plant growth substances
                              • Gibberellin
                                • Stem elongation
                              • Auxin
                                • Leaf shedding
              • Abscisic acid
                • Apical dominance
                  • Abscisic acid
                  • Ethene

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