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Extended torpor of small mammals during the winter. A state on inactivity and significantly decreased metabolic rate Hibernation
An animal that is dependent on or capable of the internal generation of heat, or warm-blooded animal​ Endotherm
A sleeplike state in which the metabolic rate and body temperature drop in response to variations in daily temperature Torpor
Prolonged torpor or dormancy of an animal during a hot or dry period​ Estivation
Hibernation occurs during this season Winter
20 degrees or lower drop Body tempature
occurs during summer Estivation
The state of steady internal, physical, and chemical conditions maintained by living systems​ Homeostasis
The response of a system that acts to maintain equilibrium by compensating for any changes made to the system​ Negative Feedback
Which animal example is used for estivation? Lizard
What animal was the example for torpor? Hummingbird
what animal is an example of hibernation? Artic Ground Squirrel

Animal Adaptations Review Crossword

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All living things have the ability to respond to _____________. stimuli
A __________ makes its own food. Autotroph
____________ and ______________ make up the scientific name. genusspecies
_______________ level of classification contains the smallest number of organisms. Species
About 97% of animals are ______________ they do not have a backbone invertebrate
_________________ animals have a body temp. that is controlled by their environment. ectothermic
__________________ have a body temp that is controlled internally. endothermic
Horns, antlers, and claws are structures for ______________ defense
When an animal looks like another animal or plant. mimicry
________________ is a response to an increase in a mammals body temp. sweating
A Canadian goose relocting in the winter is an example of this. migration
_____________________ is a response in which animals lose skin or fur. shedding
_____________________ is a response that allows water to evaporate from an animals mouth and lungs. panting
During ______________________ an animals body system use much less energy. hibernation
__________________ or physical adaptations are body parts that allow an animal to survive in its environment. Structural
______________________ adaptations are actions that allow an animal to survive in its environment behavioral

Reptiles & Amphibians Crossword

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does reptiles have smooth or scale skin scales
frogs skin are venomous
what does amphibia mean? double life
whats a similarity between the two? coldblooded
reptiles and amphibians like __ places moist
what tells you that your environment is in good shape bioindicator
what snake has a pit organ pit viper
what uses a shell to hide from danger turtles
what animal has the adaptation to shed its tail lizard
frogs are __ first tadpoles
amphibians are becoming close to ___ ? extinction
whats an animal that is dependent on external sources of body heat? ectothermic
reptiles and amphibians cant live in __ areas dry
people try to sale snakes at a what? black market
whats the type of egg reproduced by reptiles amniotic egg
whats the scientific name for amphibians? Amphibia
whats the scientific name for reptiles? Reptilia
what does turtles have that most/all amphibians or reptiles have? shell
whats the word for spend a hot or dry period in a prolonged state of torpor or dormancy? estivate
frogs have a ________ birth live birth
the biggest reptile is the what crocodile
another big reptile close to the crocodile is a what alligator
what reptile have claws lizard
what looks like a lizard but is completely different salamander
what reptile does not have legs snakes

Chapter 5 Animal Behavior Crossword

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all the actions animals performs behavior
is a signal that causes an organism to react in some way. stimulus
without being taught instinct
is a learned behavior. imprinting
is the process that leads to change in behavior base on practice or experience. learning
a chemical released by one animal that affects the behavior of another animals of the same species. pheromone
is an area that is occupied and defended by an animal or group of animals. territory
is a group of closely related animals of the same species that work together in a highly organized way. society
is the state of greatly reduced body activity that occurs during the winter when food is scarce. hibernation
is a threatening behavior that one animal uses to gain control over another. aggression
is behavior in which males and females of the same species prepare for mating Courtship behavior
behavior cycles that occur over a period of approximately one day. circadian rhythm
is the regular, seasonal journey of an animal from one place to another and back again. migration
a device attached to an animal that sends out a signal in the form of radio waves, to keep track of the animals. transmitter
picks up radio signal from the transmitter on an animals neck, wing, or fin, to keep track of the animal. receiver
is a instrument in orbit thousands of miles above Earth to keep track of animals. satellite
the organism's reaction to the stimulus. response

Habitats Crossword

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The place an animal lives it its_______. habitat
All the living and nonliving things in a place make up an_____________. environment
The way an animal looks to help it hide is called______. camouflage
The order in which animals eat other living things is called a_________. foodchain
Some animals_____, or stay in a deep sleep in the summer. estivate
An armadillo's hard plates are an________. adaptation
Some animals_______, or go into a deep sleep through the winter. hibernate
Many animals______ to warmer places to find food. migrate
This habitat gets lots of rain. rainforest
This habitat is the home to a raccoon. forest
This is a fresh water habitat. pond
This habitat is very hot and dry. desert
Polar bears call this habitat their home. tundra
This is a salt water habitat. ocean

Motivation and Emotion Crossword

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A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior Motivation
A complex, unlearned behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species Instinct
The idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension state (a drive) that motivates an organism to satisfy the need Drive reduction theory
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state; the regulation of any aspect of body chemistry, such as blood glucose, around a particular level Homeostasis
A positive or negative environmental stimulus that motivates behavior Incentive
The principle that performance increases with arousal only up to a point, beyond which performance decreases Yerkes Dodson Law
Maslow's pyramid of human needs, beginning at the base with physiological needs that must first be satisfied before higher level safety needs and then psychological needs become active Hierarchy of needs
The form of sugar that circulates in the blood and provides the major source of energy for body tissues. When it's level is low, we feel hunger Glucose
The point at which an individual's "weight thermostat" is supposedly set. When the body falls below this weight, an increase in hunger and a lowered metabolic rate may act to restore the lost weight Set point
The body's resting rate of energy expenditure Basal Metabolic rate
The four stages of sexual responding described by Masters and Johnson-excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution Sexual Response Cycle
A resting period after orgasm, during which a man cannot achieve another orgasm Refractory Period
A problem that consistently impairs sexual arousal or functioning Sexual Dysfunction
Sex hormones, such as estradiol, secreted in greater amounts by females than by males and contributing to female sex characteristics Estrogens
The most important of the male sex hormones Testosterone
A response of the whole organism, involving physical arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience Emotion
The theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of our physiological responses to emotion arousing stimuli James Lange Theory
The theory that an emotion arousing stimulus simultaneously triggers physiological responses and the subjective experience of emotion Cannon Bard Theory
The Schachter-Singer theory that to experience emotion one must be physically aroused and cognitively label the arousal Two Factor Theory
A machine, commonly used in attempts to detect lies, that measures several of the physiological responses (such as perspiration and cardiovascular and breathing changes) accompanying emotion Polygraph
The tendency of facial muscle states to trigger corresponding feelings such as fear, anger, or happiness Facial Feedback Effect
A sub field of psychology that provides psychology's contribution to behavioral medicine Health Psychology
The process by which we perceive and respond to certain events, called stressors, that we appraise as threatening or challenging Stress
Selye's concept of the body's adaptive response to stress in three phases-alarm,resistance, exhaustion General Adaptation Syndrome
Under stress, people (especially women) often provide support to others (tend) and bond with and seek support from others (befriend). Tend and Befriend Response
Literally, "mind-body" illness; any stress-related physical illness, such as hypertension and some headaches Psychophysiological Illness
The two types of white blood cells that are part of the body's immune system Lymphocytes

Stimulus & response Crossword

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The pressure exerted on a plant cell wall by water passing into the cell by osmosis Turgor pressure
To maintain a state of balance Homeostasis
A plant or tree grown from a seed seedling
Organism's response, characterized by a rise in temperature & disturbance of various body functions fever
to eject the contents of the stomach vomiting
a state of equilibrium balance
to lose or cause to lose freshness & become limp wilt
biological response to extreme stress fight or flight
a growth response of a plant toward or away from a stimulus tropism
growth response to water by plants hydrotropism
a directional growth of a plant in response to touch thigmotropism
growth of a plant shoot toward or away from light phototropism
change in direction of plant growth in response to gravity geotropism
an action or change in behavior that occurs in reaction to a stimulus response
a change in a organism's surroundings that causes the organism to react stimulus
of or situated on the inside internal
of or situated on the outside external

Human Body Systems Crossword Puzzle

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System that consists of nerves, brain and spinal cord nervous system
helps movement of the body, maintaining posture, and circulating blood throughout the body muscular system
system that contains voluntary and involuntary muscles muscular system
this system starts in the mouth digestive system
the heart and blood vessels that circulate blood throughout the body Circulatory
disposing of the body's waste Excretory
brings air into the body and removes carbon dioxide Respiratory system
system that protects major internal organs and provides overall support skeletal
system that transmits signals from the body to the brain nervous
this is also known as the urinary system Excretory
includes bone, cartilages, ligaments skeletal
skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, cardiac muscles muscular system
Breaks down food digestive
skin, hair, regulates temperature Integumentary
esophagus, stomach, intestines digestive system

Vital Signs Crossword

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sweating ceases HEATSTROKE
The patient feels faint, weak, nauseated, wants to rest. Drink warm fluids HEATEXHAUSTION
You may do this for a stable patient's vital signs, but not for unstable person DELEGATE
Caused by prolonged exposure to cold HYPOTHERMIA
Involuntary response to temperature SHIVERING
Will sense changes in body temperature and make changes the body HYPOTHALAMUS
Applying a cool each cloth to a fevered patient CONDUCTION
Use a fan to decrease temperature CONVECTION
Body regulates perspiration or sweating EVAPORATION
When temperature breaks and returns to normal AFEBRILE
Occurs with disease or trauma to the hypothalamus HYPERTHERMIA
Drop of 20 mm HG or more whens standing ORTHOSTATICHYPOTENSION
The normal rate and depth of breathing EUPNEA
Heart rate more than 100 beats per minute TACHYCARDIA
Unlabored breathing less than 12 breaths per minutes BRADYPNEA
Measure the amount of oxygen in the blood stream OXYGENSATURATION
The silent killer. Elevated blood pressure more than 120/80 HYPERTENSION
Rapid breathing TACHYPNEA
Blood pressure less than 90 mm HG HYPOTENSION
Measurable outcomes EVALUATION
Collection of data ASSESSMENT

Nutrition Chapter 8 Crossword

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Substances that the body needs to regulate bodily functions, promote growth, repair body tissues, obtain energy. Nutrients
A chemical process by which your body breaks down food to release energy. Metabolism
Energy measured in units. Calories
Nutrients made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Carbohydrates
A type of complex carbohydrate that is found in plants. Fiber
Supplies the body with energy, forms your cells, maintain body temperature. Fat
A waxy, fatlike substance found only in animal products. Cholesterol
They play a large role in the growth and repair of your body's tissues. Proteins
Helps the body with various processes, including the use of other nutrients. vitamins
Help protect healthy cells from the damage caused by the normal aging process. Antioxidants
Occur naturally in rocks and soil. Minerals
Your body is about 65% made up of this nutrient. Water
The process of maintaining a steady state inside your body. Homeostasis
These are contained water that regulate many processes in your cells. Electrolytes
A serious reduction in the body's water content. Dehydration
The proteins in your body are made up of these. Amino acids
A condition in which the red blood cells do not contain enough hemoglobin. Anemia
Are solid at room temperature. Saturated fats
Are liquid at room temperature. Unsaturated fats
Helps maintain water balance; nerve function. Sodium

Psychology Chapter 4-Consciousness Crossword

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Internal cycle of biological activity Biological rhythm
Sleep disorder with episodes during which breathing stops during sleep sleep apnea
Result of insufficient sleep on a chronic basis Sleep Debt
Sleep deprived individuals will experience longer sleep latencies during subsequent opportunities for sleep Sleep Rebound
Drug that tends to increase overall levels of neural activity, includes caffeine, nicotine, amphetamines and cocaine stimulant
Infant with no apparent medical condition suddenly dies during sleep SIDS
Characterized by high levels of sensory awareness, thought and behavior wakefulness
Variety of negative symptoms experienced when drug use is discontinued withdrawal
State marked by relatively low levels of physical activity and reduced sensory awareness that is distinct from periods of rest that occur durin wakefulness Sleep
Sleep disorder in which the sufferer cannot resist falling to sleep at inopportune times narcolepsy
Clearing the mindin order to achieve a state of relaxed awareness and focus meditation
People become aware that they are dreaming and can control the dream's content lucid dream
Consistent difficulty in falling or staying asleep for at least three nights a week over a month's time insomnia
Tendency to maintain a balance, or optimal level, within a biological system homeostasis
Drug that tends to suppres central nervous system activity depressant
Awareness of internal and external stimuli consciousness
Biological rhythm that occurs over approximately 24 hours circadian rhythm
Hormone secreted by the endocrine gland that serves as an important regulator of the sleep-wake cycle melatonin