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Communications Option: Biology

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Communications Option: Biology
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Nervous system Anatomy Biology Perception Sensory systems Sensory receptors Plant cognition Neurophysiology Stimulus Sensory neuron Sensory nervous system Chemoreceptor
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Nervous system Anatomy Biology Perception Sensory systems Sensory receptors Plant cognition Neurophysiology Stimulus Sensory neuron Sensory nervous system Chemoreceptor
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You will need to be able to explain the various key concepts in each of these sections using the correction terminology. Below is an outline of the different sections in the Communication topic. 1. The senses and communication 7. How nerves 2. Light receival trasmit by the eye signals 6. Detection of Sound Communication 3. Transfer of visual signals within the eye 5. How 4. Sound is Produced Transformation of light in the retina ________________ Background Information What is Communication Communication is best describe as one organism transferring information to another organism. Not only does it involve one organism sending the message, it also involves the second organism receiving and interpreting the message correctly. Communication & Social Behaviour To communicate with other organisms different signals have evolved. When one organism s...
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