Biology - Surviving Under Changing Conditions: Introduction
Surviving Under Changing Conditions: Introduction
Animals and plants have structural, physiological and behavioural
adaptations that increase their chances of survival in changing
environmental conditions. Some organisms are able to tolerate a wide range
of conditions and are more widely distributed, while others have a narrower
range of tolerance. Plant activities are integrated by hormones.
Maintenance of relatively stable internal conditions in complex animals is
carried out by hormonal and nervous control.
Penguins are highly adapted to cold conditions
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