BIOLOGY ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR AND BEHAVIOUR

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WHAT IS INSTINCT?
It is an animal behaviour that is performed without thinking.
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WHAT IS IMITATION?
It is how animals learn new skills, by copying eachother
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WHAT IS IMPRINTING?
By imprinting something you are able to remember something very well.
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WHAT IS CONDITIONING?
It is a behaviour which is not done instinctively, it is something you must learn
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WHAT IS A STIMULI?
It is soemthing that triggeres your senses and makes you do a response it can be absoloutley anything
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WHAT ARE THE 2 MAIN PARTS OF THE NERVE SYSTEM?
Central nerve system and the Perephiral nerve system
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WHAT IS THE CNS MADE UP OF?
It is made up of the brain and the spinal cord
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WHAT IS THE PNS MADE UP OF?
it is made up of nerves and receptors
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WHAT ARE RECEPTORS?
They are things that triggered by a stimuli
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WHAT ARE NUERONES?
They are nerve cells
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WHAT ARE SENSORY NUERONES?
They carry impulses from the receptor to the CNS
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WHAT ARE THE MOTOR NUERONES?
They carry impulses from the CNS to the muscle or gland causing a response
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WHAT IS IMITATION?

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It is how animals learn new skills, by copying eachother

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WHAT IS CONDITIONING?

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