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What adaptations do insects have?
The small six-legged animals that we know as insects are masters of adaptations meaning they have developed different features that help them survive. Common insect adaptations include an exoskeleton (outer skeleton), camouflage, wings, the ability to have lots of babies, and adapted legs and mouthparts.
Which of the following is not an example of physiological adaptation?
Answer: Of the given options ‘Hyoid bone adapted for roaring’ is a physiological adaptation. Similarly, snakes produce venom to avoid predators which is also an example of physiological adaptation. Group hunting or migration are not examples of physiological adaptation.
How do insects stay safe?
Irritating Substances Insects that use defensive chemicals to protect themselves often practice an adaptation known as reflex bleeding, exuding hemolymph from their leg joints. When threatened, it quickly mixes them together and shoots a jet of irritants in the direction of the perceived predator.
What are 5 examples of Behavioural adaptations?
The five categories of the adaptations are migration, hibernation, dormancy, camouflage, and estivation. The migration can be defined as the phenomenon of the movement of the animals from one region to another in order for their survival.
What are the four types of adaptations?
Adaptations could be of various types:
- structural adaptations. Structural adaptations are the changes to the structure of a living organism to adapt better to an environment.
- Behavioural adaptation.
- Physiological adaptations.
How are two species adapted to their environment?
Often, two or more species co-adapt and co-evolve as they develop adaptations that interlock with those of the other species, such as with flowering plants and pollinating insects.
How are plant metabolites used in insect adaptation?
Plant secondary metabolites and insect detoxifying enzymes Role of volatiles in tritrophic interactions and the adaptation in herbivores Role of insect oviposition in plant defence and its counter-adaptations in insects Genetic variation and insect–plant interaction Conclusions and future perspectives
Which is an example of the function of adaptation?
Physiological adaptations permit the organism to perform special functions such as making venom, secreting slime, and phototropism ), but also involve more general functions such as growth and development, temperature regulation, ionic balance and other aspects of homeostasis. Adaptation affects all aspects of the life of an organism.
How are tannins used in plant defence and insect adaptation?
Role of tannins in plant defence and insect adaptation Role of cardenolides in plant defence and insect adaptation Role of iridoid glycosides in plant defence and insect adaptation Role of glucosinolate–myrosinase system in plant defence and insect adaptation