Plant Responses and Adaptations
A plant can respond to the conditions of its environment. A plant can change its position and grow in a certain direction or manner to meet
its survival needs and adapt to a varying environment.
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Regulation and Behavior
Enduring Understanding: Organisms respond to internal and external cues, which allow them to survive.
An organism displays behaviors in response to internal cues, such as hunger, and external cues, such as light, temperature, or interaction with living things. (Level: Essential)
There are similarities and differences in how organisms respond to internal and external cues. These behaviors may include strategies for acquiring food, building shelters, or evading predators. (Level: Important)
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