Chapter 48: Animal Movement
1. Movement falls into two categories:
a. Movement of the entire organisms relative to its environment
i. Locomotion: Movement of an animal under its own power,
enables animals to seek food, water, mates, and shelter as well
Topics Covered on BIO 151 Exam 1
a. He won the contest by disproving the theory of spontaneous generation
which stated that living organisms could arise from non-living materials.
b. He did this by killing everything in a broth. He
Chapter 47 Summary
How do sensory organs convey information to the brain?
1. The ability to sense a change in the environment depends on three processes
a. Transduction: The conversion of an external stimulus to an internal
signal in the form of action po
Chapter 49 Notes: Chemical Signals In Animals
Endocrine System: Is a collection of organs and cells that secrete chemical signals
into the blood stream.
Hormone: A chemical signal that circulates through body fluids and affects distant
Chapter 45 Summary
1. Open Circulatory System: A connective tissue called hemolyph is actively
pumped throughout the body in vessels.
a. Comes into direct contact with the body so tissues do not have to
diffuse across the wall of a vessel.
b. Hemolymph tr