How do organisms cope with stressful external conditions which are localised or of short duration?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 16th Jun, 2014, 04:14: PM
To cope with stressful conditions, organisms
(i) Migrate temporarily from the stressful habitat to a hospitable area
(ii) Aestivate during summer
(iii) Hibernate during winter
(iv) Form thick-walled spores
Answered by | 16th Jun, 2014, 06:14: PM
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