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Review for Exam 3 (final)

Review for Exam 3 (final)

Review for Exam 3 (final). ANT 2000 Fall 2006. Economic systems. Hunter-gatherers Horticulturalists Agriculturalists Pastoralists Highland cultivators of the New World Asian agrarian civilizations Industrial economies. Harris’ TEE ratings for cultures.

By HarrisCezar
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Review and Animal Behavior

Review and Animal Behavior

Review and Animal Behavior. Animal behavior. Examples? Definition Why study behavior?. How to study animal behavior. Ethology: The study of animal behavior in its natural environment Mid 20 th century Tinbergen, von Frisch, Lorenz 4 foundational questions

By lotus
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Animal Behaviour

Animal Behaviour

Animal Behaviour. AP Campbell Chapter 51. Explaining animal behaviours. What stimulus elicits the behaviour, and what physiological mechanisms mediate the response? How does the animal’s experience during growth and development influence the response?

By rupert
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Chapter 51 Population Ecology

Chapter 51 Population Ecology

Chapter 51 Population Ecology. Define behavior. Visible result of an animal’s muscular activity When a predator catches its prey Fish raises its fins as part of a territorial display Non-muscular behaviors Animal secretes a chemical that attracts members of the opposite sex

By roger
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Chapter 35 Behavioral Ecology

Chapter 35 Behavioral Ecology

Chapter 35 Behavioral Ecology. Define behavior. Behavior encompasses a wide range of activities. A behavior is an action carried out by muscles or glands under the control of the nervous system in response to an environmental cue.

By faunia
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ANTH 495A-001 Advanced Studies in Anthropology - ADV STUDIES Nutritional Archaeology

ANTH 495A-001 Advanced Studies in Anthropology - ADV STUDIES Nutritional Archaeology

ANTH 495A-001 Advanced Studies in Anthropology - ADV STUDIES Nutritional Archaeology. Mike Richards. Outline of lecture. Why study diet in archaeology and anthropology? Theoretical approaches to understanding diet and subsistence (materialism, structuralism, cultural) Food taboos

By kelda
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Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology. Behavior. Ethology- study of animal behavior Causation: Proximate- physiological & genetic mechanisms of behavior “how” Ultimate- evolutionary significance of behavior “why” Sign stimulus- external sensory stimulus

By garran
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Chapter 51 Animal Behavior

Chapter 51 Animal Behavior

Chapter 51 Animal Behavior. Danica Magaña Period 2, 2011. Overview. All of our time spent on Earth, humans have been curious about animal behavior. . Animal behavior is not only essential to the life of the animal but to those who hunt it. .

By rianne
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Behaviors and Natural Selection

Behaviors and Natural Selection

Behaviors and Natural Selection. Natural selection tends to favor those behaviors that infer a reproductive advantage. Food Optimal foraging theory - an organism will weigh the benefits, risks and energy expenditure involved when obtaining food . Behaviors and Natural Selection. Mating

By stevie
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Behavioral Biology Chapter 54

Behavioral Biology Chapter 54

Behavioral Biology Chapter 54. Approaches. Behavior: the way an animal responds to stimulus in its environment Two components of behavior Immediate cause Evolutionary origin Proximate causation :“how” of behavior Measure: hormone level - testosterone Impulse of nerve signal. Approaches.

By chul
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Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology. Chapter 8 Behavioral Ecology. CONCEPT 8.1 An evolutionary approach to the study of behavior leads to testable predictions. CONCEPT 8.2 Animals make behavioral choices that enhance their energy gain and reduce their risk of becoming prey

By olin
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Uroplatus Gecko

Uroplatus Gecko

This has nothing to do with today’s lecture but speaking of cryptic critters…. Uroplatus Gecko. We all got to eat: Foraging behaviors (cont). Spider webs: Crypsis for hunting or predator avoidance or both?. Evolution produces an array of web specializations.

By lucky
(75 views)

Evolution by Natural Selection

Evolution by Natural Selection

Evolution by Natural Selection. 10/2/06 ES 100: Environmental Ecology. http://home.comcast.net/~fsteiger/cartoon2.gif. A few more logistics…. From Eric Zimmerman: if you are a double major in ES and EEMB, you may not need to take this class. Field Trip (Wed. before Thanksgiving)

By weylin
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