How Organisms Respond to External Stimuli?

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Organisms respond to external stimuli in a number of ways. One is responding to pain by removing the painful substance causing the pain. When responding to heat an organism will tend to move away from the source of heat. Plants will tend to grow towards the direction of light.
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