Subject: origin of behavior in unicellular organisms?
Date: Mon May 1 19:45:13 2000
Posted by snewdl
Grade level: grad (science)
City: mtn view State/Province: ca
Area of science: Cell Biology
Many unicellular pond critters, such as paramecium, exhibit
'animal' behavior in the form of obstacle avoidance,
sexual reproduction, etc. These are single-celled
animals, so obviously they're not big enough to have a brain,
even a very small one. So what part of a pond critter
dictates its behavior?
Re: origin of behavior in unicellular organisms?
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