biology - daily rhythms

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What does photoperiodic mean?
responds to changes in daylight.
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What are circadium rhythms?
They are daily rhythms in living things
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What does circadium rhythms cover?
chemical, physiolocial and behaviour patterns
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What are some examples of circadium rhythms?
sleep patterns, urine production, stomata openings and flower openings
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How do you describe the term 'circadium rhythms'?
circadium rhythms are controlled internally, but they can be influenced by enviromental factors.
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What is an example of a daily rhythm?
Seeds of some artic plants only germinate if the days are very long, this makes sure they only germinate in the middle of summer when the temperatures are warm.
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