Why are unconditioned reflexes attributed to species characteristics of animal behavior, what is their role in animal life. How did they form?

1. All animals of the same species have the same set of unconditioned reflexes, so they are referred to as species traits.
2. Unconditioned reflexes are innate. They ensure the adaptation of the body to constant environmental conditions. Provide vital processes: digestion, reproduction, care for offspring, orientation in space.
3. These reflexes were formed in the process of evolution by natural selection. They are genetically encoded and transmitted to descendants.

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