Plant and animal responses

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What are the functions of the Cerebrum?
Receives sensory information initiates motor activity and holds the memory.
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What is the function of the Cerebellum?
Balance and controlled muscle movements
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What is the function of the Medulla Oblongata?
Controls the rhythm of breathing and the cardiac cycle
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What is the function of the hypothalmus?
Monitors temperature, Carbon Dioxide and Ion concentrations in the plasma,
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What is the function of the pituary gland?
Secretes a range of hormones and controls the endocrine system.
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What are the 2 parts of the autotomic nervous system?
sympathetic system and the parasympathetic system
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Which part of the automic nervous system is incharge of sercreting saliva?
Parasympathetic System
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Which part of the automic nervous system relases noradreline?
Sympathetic System
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Name the 3 types of muscle.
Smooth, Cardiac and Sketal.
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What is a single unit of striped muscle called?
Sarcomere
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What are the thin filaments in sketal muscle called?
Actin
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What are the thick filaments in sketal muscle called?
Myosin
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What is the word that describes a growth response to an external stimulus?
Tropism
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Hydrotropism is the response to what stimulus?
Water
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Name the 4 growth regulators.
Ethene, auxin, cytokinin and gibberellin.
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How is auxin used in industry?
Weedkillers, Seedless fruits and in cuttings.
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How is ethene used in industry?
Promotes fruit ripening (e.g. bananas).
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What is another name for auxin?
indoleacetic acid
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What happens to the auxin during phototropism?
It moves to the side furtherest away from the light.
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Which growth regulator is used to delay fruit crop?
Gibberellin
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Name 2 natural uses of ethene.
Falling of leaves, fruit ripening.
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