Animal Behavior and Communication
|Description: Unity and Diversity,Animal Behaviors and Communication,biology test|
|Number of Questions: 21|
|Created by: Shiva Nambiar|
|Tags: science biology|
Animals with a lower relative status to a dominant animal in a society are _____to that animal.
A chemical reaction that enables an animal to produce light to communicate is called:
Cognitive Behavior is a _____ behavior that involves reasoning, thinking, and solving problems.
A dog associating a command with receiving a treat uses this type of learned behavior:
Mating songs, pheromones, gifts, and elaborate nest building are all examples of ___________.
The four types of animal communication include: light, chemicals, ______, and ____.
Instincts are more ___ patterns of ___ behavior. Reflexes are simple, automatic, and one step.
An area that an animal defends from other members of the same species is its _________________.
A _____________ is the way an organism reacts to other organisms or its environment.
Some animals swim, stand, or walk as soon as they are born. Is this innate or learned?
Imprinting, Conditioning, Cognitive and _________ are examples of learned behavior.
Behavior that is inherited rather than learned is called ________________.
Behaviors are a way to maintain __________ when the environment changes.
A change in an organism's environment that causes a response:
Hibernation occurs when:
An example of homeostasis is:
_____ occurs when an animal forms an attachment to an organism or place after birth.
A forceful behavior used to dominate or control another animal:
A major benefit of sexual reproduction is:
The instinctive, seasonal movement of animals from one place to the other is called...
Certain animals release chemicals called ________________ to attract mates or lure/kill prey.