Foraging is defined as the searching for food, and through studies, it has been found that animals tend to choose a prey that gives the highest rate of energy return. […]
Refer to E.6C Kin Selection, as the context is the same.
Natural selection works on the population, rather than individuals to allow the maximum number of survival. Honeybees are an example of a social organism that lives together to maximize survival. […]
DBQ P328 1 Sonogram 1 is more stable compared to sonogram 2 in terms of stability of frequency. In the middle, there is a large fluctuation of frequency in sonogram […]
DBQ P326 1 Another method that can be used is visual stimuli. Actual woodlice of the same species can be placed in either of the arm, and an observation can […]
Neurobiology is the study of the nervous system, which is involved in responses to stimuli. An response involves a series of neurons that are called a reflex arc. The example […]
Cocaine Cocaine acts as synapses that use dopamine as a neurotransmitter. It binds to dopamine reuptake transporters, which causes dopamine to build up in the synaptic cleft. As a result, […]
Neurotransmitters and Synapses More than one pre-synaptic neuron can form a synapse with the same post-synaptic neuron, meaning that an impulse can be carried from several neurons to one neuron. […]
Refer to this link as it covers the same pages from the reading.
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Control The Pupil Reflex Unconscious processes are controlled by the autonomic nervous system, which is divided into the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. Sympathetic and parasympathetic often have […]