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Feeding Behavior II

Feeding Behavior II

Feeding Behavior II. Adaptive value of feeding behavior and Game Theory. Competition Heritable behavioral differences in population = strategies Persistence of strategies: frequency dependent selection Fitness of a strategy changes with its frequency

By MartaAdara
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APS 209 Animal Behaviour

APS 209 Animal Behaviour

APS 209 Animal Behaviour. Lecture 4. The Development of Behaviour: A Focus on Environment. 1. Non-adaptive responses to the environment 2. Adaptive responses to the environment: different environments giving different behaviours, behavioural/morphological strategies, learning

By LeeJohn
(378 views)

Honey bee biology

Honey bee biology

Honey bee biology. Jamie Ellis, PhD – jdellis@ufl.edu Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory University of Florida. Epidermis + cuticle = integument. Johnston Organ. The fore and hind wings are held together with little hooks called hamuli. Honey bee hairs are branched.

By libitha
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Preying Mantis

Preying Mantis

Preying Mantis. They have large eyes. They have a stick-like body shape. They use their front legs for catching prey. Put picture here. Alison Borngrebe. African Goliath Beetle. It’s the heaviest beetle in the world. It’s one of the largest flying insects.

By neorah
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Keeping Honey Bees

Keeping Honey Bees

Keeping Honey Bees. Industrial Ag – Industrial Beekeeping. Scientific America Aug 20, 2013 By Ferris Jabr. 5 P Stressors. Pesticides (On the plants like neonics , fungicides, … and in the hive like antibiotics, mite treatments…) Pests ( Varroa , tracheal mites, …)

By robyn
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Populations

Populations

Populations. Topic 5.3. Assessment Statements. 5.3.1 Outline how population size is affected by natality, immigration, mortality and emigration. 5.3.2 Draw and label a graph showing a sigmoid (S-shaped) population growth curve.

By guang
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Self-Organization in Social Insects

Self-Organization in Social Insects

Self-Organization in Social Insects. Kaz Uyeharaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!. The Basics. Insects are pretty smart, but are they smart enough to have the individual cognitive power to build complex structures and exhibit complex global behaviors? We don’t think so!

By terra
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7.1 Integral as Net Change

7.1 Integral as Net Change

7.1 Integral as Net Change. A honey bee makes several trips from the hive to a flower garden. . The velocity graph is shown below. What is the total distance traveled by the bee?. 700 feet. 200ft. 200ft. 200ft. 100ft. What is the displacement of the bee?. 100 feet towards the hive.

By eshana
(97 views)

The Rainbow Magic Fairies Series The Color Fairies

The Rainbow Magic Fairies Series The Color Fairies

The Rainbow Magic Fairies Series The Color Fairies. By:Sarah,Hope and Ellie. Ruby the Red Fairy.

By steffie
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How an insect colony works

How an insect colony works

How an insect colony works . An introductory tutorial by Brian R. Johnson. 1 st : What are social insects?. Social insects are often defined by 3 characteristics: reproductive division of labor (some individuals reproduce while other do not) cooperative care of the young.

By ciel
(210 views)

ASSAA 10 th Anniversary Conference Activities Report from 2000-2010

ASSAA 10 th Anniversary Conference Activities Report from 2000-2010

ASSAA 10 th Anniversary Conference Activities Report from 2000-2010. September 18, 2010 Minneapolis, USA. AIM. A. A. ADVANCE. ACHIEVE. S. SUPPORT. SUSTAIN. A. S. S. I. The formation of ASSAA. Aira Secondary School Association (ASSAA) was formed in October 2000.

By lang
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HYMENOPTERA

HYMENOPTERA

HYMENOPTERA. Bees, ants, wasps. Ordinal Characteristics: (1) chewing mouthparts but the bees also suck nectar (2) complete metamorphosis (3) adults have two pairs of membranous wings or none. HYMENOPTERA. Species common name .. Family/Group common name Carpenter ant

By caia
(233 views)

Survival Adaptations

Survival Adaptations

Survival Adaptations. Survival Adaptations. Intense selection pressure to find survive predation Leads to co-evolutionary relationships between predator and prey . Interspecific Interactions between Predator and Prey. Co-evolutionary Arms Race. Predator and prey designs are never perfect

By lucky
(129 views)

Pantry Pests & Perceived Threats - Bees, Wasps & Others

Pantry Pests & Perceived Threats - Bees, Wasps & Others

Pantry Pests & Perceived Threats - Bees, Wasps & Others. David J. Shetlar, Ph.D. The “BugDoc”. The Ohio State University, OARDC & OSU Extension Columbus, OH. © July, 2002, D.J. Shetlar, all rights reserved. Stored Products Pests (=Pantry Pests). Beetles (& weevils) Moths

By johnson
(100 views)

Treatment of Hymenopteran Stings

Treatment of Hymenopteran Stings

Treatment of Hymenopteran Stings. Matthew Tucker, D.O. Department of Emergency Medicine Hillcrest Medical Center Tulsa, OK. Distribution and Biology of Hymenopterans. Order Hymenoptera represents the most developed form in class Insecta with regard to biology and behavior.

By tevin
(139 views)

Troublesome Pests In School Buildings

Troublesome Pests In School Buildings

Troublesome Pests In School Buildings. IPM in Schools Program Contact: Jean Ciborowski, 651-297-3217 Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Funding provided by the MN Future Resources Fund as recommended by the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources. Ants Flies Mice/Rats Wasps

By shika
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Bee biology: the basics

Bee biology: the basics

Wake County Beekeepers Association March 24, 2012. Bee biology: the basics. PRESENTATION OUTLINE. Honeybee Anatomy Biology & Life Cycle. BASIC INSECT BODY STRUCTURE. 3 - Body Segments. Head Thorax Abdomen. 6 - Legs . 2 - Antennae. 4 - Wings. BODY SEGMENTS: THE HEAD.

By gilles
(85 views)

Animals in The Watsonville Wetlands

Animals in The Watsonville Wetlands

Animals in The Watsonville Wetlands . Photos by Patricia McQuade. Mammals. Mule Deer. Brush Rabbit. Common Raccoon. California Ground Squirrel. Bobcat. Coyote. Reptiles and Amphibians. California Slender Salamander. Western Fence Lizard. Pacific Chorus Frog (Treefrog). Bullfrog.

By findlay
(110 views)

ARTHROPODS

ARTHROPODS

ARTHROPODS. CRUSTACEANS Vary in size and locations Hard exoskeleton, two pairs of antennae, & mandibles Fig. 28-23 Head,thorax, & abdomen, Cephalothroax: head and thorax fused here, covered with carapace.

By Leo
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Beginner Beekeeping – Week 5

Beginner Beekeeping – Week 5

Beginner Beekeeping – Week 5. Winter into Spring #2. Winter Preparations . Finish feeding between mid October (north) and end of October (south) Assess position of food stores and broodnest Add a grease patty to control tracheal mites

By Samuel
(137 views)

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