Keywords: Behavior of Living Things (13)

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Commensalistic relationships

Commensalistic relationships

Animals that interact with each other can exhibit a type of relationship ... (more)

Animals that interact with each other can exhibit a type of relationship called commensalism. In commensalism, one organism benefits in some way while the other organism is neither helped nor harmed. (less)

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Purdue University
Author:
Olivia Worland
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Daphnia flips to its head

Daphnia flips to its head

The Daphnia has a very inefficient way of moving and uses its ... (more)

The Daphnia has a very inefficient way of moving and uses its front appendages, each side at a time, to "dog-paddle" in a circle. The front appendages look similar to the claws of a crab. (less)

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Apple Valley HS|California State University, Fullerton
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Katie Hale
Mildred Hoover
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Leopard shark swimming

Leopard shark swimming

Sharks are known for being good swimmers and have very streamlined bodies ... (more)

Sharks are known for being good swimmers and have very streamlined bodies to keep from slowing down in the water. Their top fins (dorsal) is used to stabilize the animal and the other fins are used to cut through the water. Sharks and fishes move the same. (less)

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California State University, Fullerton
Author:
Kathryn Dickson
Katie Hale
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Life without legs: How organisms move

Life without legs: How organisms move

We often think of legs when we think of animal movement. Of ... (more)

We often think of legs when we think of animal movement. Of course, many organisms, from insects to mammals, move by way of legs. However, many organisms create movement in other ways. (less)

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California State University, Fullerton
Author:
Katie Hale
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Morpho butterflies in Belize

Morpho butterflies in Belize

One characteristic of insects is their ability to fly (flies, dragonflies, and ... (more)

One characteristic of insects is their ability to fly (flies, dragonflies, and butterflies). The flapping of the wings is much like the flapping of appendages we saw with the Atermia. (less)

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California State University, Fullerton
Author:
Katie Hale
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Repeatable experiments

Repeatable experiments

All experiments performed by scientists should be able to be repeated by ... (more)

All experiments performed by scientists should be able to be repeated by any other scientist with the same outcome. This experiment with celery in four different water environments is a simple experiment you can perform at home. You will achieve the same results. (less)

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Science and Technology
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Purdue University
Author:
Olivia Worland
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Wilted plant

Wilted plant

Although this muskmelon plant has wilted from a bacterial infection, plants can ... (more)

Although this muskmelon plant has wilted from a bacterial infection, plants can wilt for other reasons and look just like this one. Plants can be over-watered and under-watered. Plants have a range of tolerance in which they can grow. Plants also have an optimum amount of water they can receive and take up. They grow best in their optimum condition. (less)

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California State University, Fullerton
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2002 llaF ,gnivloS melborP gnireenignE dna sretupmoC ot noitcudortnI

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MIT OpenCourseWare
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M.I.T.
Author:
George Kocur
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