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Offline tangoblue

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i was woundering if anyone knew if single cell organisms have the capacity to remember stimuli that are not harmfull for a short period of time to save energy (habituary behaviour). If not, what is the smallest animal to show this behaviour. thanks.


 

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can single cell organisms show habituary behaviour
« Reply #1 on: 29/03/2011 18:43:37 »
I do not believe that singel celled organism have any kind of brain at all. You'd need another cell for that wouldnt you? yeah, a brain cell.
 

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