Innate and learned behavior. Option E.3. Assessment Statements. E.3.1 Distinguish between innate and learned behaviour . E.3.2 Design experiments to investigate innate behaviour in invertebrates, including either a taxis or a kinesis.
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Ancient Greekψυχή (psukhē), “‘soul’”) + -logia (“‘study of’”)
Chemotaxis: response to chemicals in the environment; experiments involving variation in pH, dissolved drugs, food, pesticides
Orthokinesis: when an organism moves slowly or rapidly (changes speed) in response to the stimulus but does not move towards the stimulus
Food hoarding – store food when it is plentiful and return when there is a shortage; allows them to stay nourished even in times of food shortages
After hatching, there is a memorization phase in which the bird is silent but listening to the song of his species from adults (males)