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Study Guide Behavioral Ecology Chapters 15 1 Natural Selection 2 3 4 5 a Change in a species over time b When females are lactating they don t ovulate c Organisms better adapted to their environment survive amp produce offspring d Descent with modification Evolution a Attributing human characteristics to animals b Change in a species over time c Researching your topic d Watching an ice cream cone melt in your hand Ultimate Causes a How a given individual comes to behave in a particular way b Explains why the individual has evolved the behavior c Reduce small predators d Finding the conclusion Proximate Causes a How a given individual comes to behave in a particular way b Explains why the individual has evolved the behavior c A prediction about how a tiger would stalk you d Avoiding a predator Anthropomorphism a Putting toys in animal cages to make them work for food b Demonstration of power dominance c Breed and release threatened species d Attributing human characteristics to animals What are the 5 Steps to the Scientific Method 1 01wa What are 3 examples of Evolution 1 2 3 What are 3 examples of Natural Selection 1 2 3 Study Guide Behavioral Ecology Chapters 15 Which of the following is NOT a method of Evolution a Sexual Selection b Physical Selection c Natural Selection d Artificial Selection What is Microevolution What is Macroevolution Know these definitions Mutation new gene Gene Drift immidration emigration Artificial Selection WE DeODle decide who mates Sexual Selection choosv females and fighting males KNOW Natural History about Lions Pride structure females and males Every 2 years or so a new group of males takes over and becomes king Males and females mate every 15 minutes for 3 days and nights Why do lions kill cubs called infanticide when taking over a new area When females are lactating they don t ovulate but if young are gone females come into estrous heaD lf males waited to mate they might get to have offspring in their two years as king The difference between Nature instinct genes vs Nurture learning development What are the methods to test if behaviors have a Genetic Component 6 ls learning nature or nurture Study Guide Behavioral Ecology ls innate nature or nurture True or False Birth order determine masculinity Temperature determines what sex a sea turtle will become What is another word for fertilized bees What are the jobs of worker female bees 5 1 A L 4 5 What is Marginal Value Theroem MVT What does Optimal Foraging Theory OFT help predict KNOW OFT Formula Steps to Hunting 1Deteot gAttack Capture Consume What is Balanced Optimization Why do spiders build stabilimentum s What is Geophagy Chapters 15 Study Guide Behavioral Ecology Chapters 15 ZOOLOGY True or False Chinese were the first to bring a giraffe back from Africa What is the purpose of Modern Zoos Educate the public Entertain the public amp make profit Quality of exhibit over quantity of species Preserve threatened species Breed and release threatened species How does Enrichment help in Zoos What does group size do for Zoos How does social stimuli help Zoo animals What are the 3 kinds of Zoo illustrated in Australia and how are they different 1Adelaide Zoo animals aged people roam gMonarto Animal Park animals roam people enclosed Cleland Wildlife Park people amp animals intermingle Self Defense Avoidance 1Hide in group capture gBe still detect Hide lowhigh Keep moving one step ahead anticapture What is AntiDetection Examples Camouflage caterpillars eating leaves What is counter shading What is disruptive coloration What is AntiAttack once you re seen how do you make yourself unappealing Examples Warning colors mimicry display stotting Study Guide Behavioral Ecology Chapters 15 What is mimicry Why do Gazelle s Stott What is AntCapture Examples Be slippery grouping What is AntiConsumption Examples Fear scream defensive chemicals autotomy What is Ideal Free Distribution What is Evolutionarily Stable Strategies ESS KNOW Resource Holding Power Payoff Asymmetry Hypothesis Winner Loser Effect Why do species form groups 1 Protection from predators Migration Mating Thermoregulation True or false Grouping is simply being in the same place What are fitness costs of joining a group What are fitness benefits of joining a group Swarm of bees vs Drift of swans What is Drafting How can grouping help foraging Teamwork Teamwork to push out competition 2 Finding food What are the 7 types of Predator Avoidance Dilution Effect Just by being in a group you lessen the chance of being seen Study Guide Behavioral Ecology Chapters 15 Encounter Effect By being in a group it is harder to find being individual it is easier to be spotted Predator Swamping Swamp predators appetite by moving into water all at once Selfish Herd Effect Using each other as shelter to hide behind not for the benefit for anyone but yourself Mobbing Working together to get rid of predator Many Eyes Effect Harder for predator to catch prey with so many eyes watching for him Confusion Effect Predator gets confused because it s harder to spot multiple prey at once What is Loose Group vs Restricted Group
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