- Chapter 51.51.1: Ifan egg rolls out ofthe nest, a mother graylag goose will retrieve...
- Chapter 51.51.2: How might associative learning explain why unrelated distasteful or...
- Chapter 51.51.3: Explain why geographic variation in garter snake prey choice might ...
- Chapter 51.51.4: Why does the mode offertilization correlate to a large degree with ...
- Chapter 51.51.5: What is a possible explanation for cooperative behavior among nonre...
- Chapter 51.1: Which ofthe following is true ofinnate behaviors? a. Genes have ver...
- Chapter 51.51.1: How is migration based on circannual rhythms poorly suited for adap...
- Chapter 51.51.2: Clark's nutcrackers hide tens ofthousands ofseeds each fall, some o...
- Chapter 51.51.3: \Vhy is it easier to identify mutations affecting courtship than th...
- Chapter 51.51.4: Why was it important that the starting population for the fly-forag...
- Chapter 51.51.5: If an animal were unable to distinguish close from distant relative...
- Chapter 51.2: Researchers have found that a region ofthe canary forebrain shrinks...
- Chapter 51.51.1: uppose you exposed various fish species to the alarm substance from...
- Chapter 51.51.2: Suppose you designed a laboratory environment using just a few obje...
- Chapter 51.51.3: Suppose that a pair ofidentical twins reared apart behave identical...
- Chapter 51.51.4: Suppose a virus that infected a sideblotched lizard population kill...
- Chapter 51.51.5: Suppose you applied Hamilton's logic to a situation in which one in...
- Chapter 51.3: Although many chimpanzee populationslive in environments containing...
- Chapter 51.4: Which ofthe follOWing is Ilot required for a behavioral trait to ev...
- Chapter 51.5: Female spotted sandpipers aggressively court males and, after matin...
- Chapter 51.6: According to Hamilton's rule, a. natural selection does not favor a...
- Chapter 51.7: The core idea ofsociobiology is that a. human behavior is rigidly d...
- Chapter 51.8: You are considering t"oo optimal foraging models for the behavior o...
- Chapter 51.9: We often explain our behavior in terms ofsubjective feelings, motiv...
- Chapter 51.10: Scientists studying scrub jays found that "helpers" often assist ma...
- Chapter 51.11: . Researchers are very interested in studying identical twins separ...
Solutions for Chapter Chapter 51: Animal Behavior
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Bowen’s reaction series
A concept proposed by N. L. Bowen that illustrates the relationships between magma and the minerals crystallizing from it during the formation of igneous rocks.
A linear zone along which continental lithosphere stretches and pulls apart. Its creation may mark the beginning of a new ocean basin.
Detrital sedimentary rock
Rock formed from the accumulation of material that originated and was transported in the form of solid particles derived from both mechanical and chemical weathering.
The largest time unit on the geologic time scale, next in order of magnitude above era.
A term used to describe the texture of certain igneous rocks, such as obsidian, that contain no crystals.
A pyramid-like peak formed by glacial action in three or more cirques surrounding a mountain summit.
Varieties of the same element that have different mass numbers; their nuclei contain the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons.
Depressions created when blocks of ice became lodged in glacial deposits and subsequently melted.
A phenomenon, sometimes associated with earthquakes, in which soils and other unconsolidated materials containing abundant water are turned into a fluid-like mass that is not capable of supporting buildings.
Mean solar day
The average time between two passages of the Sun across the local celestial meridian.
A fault in which the rock above the fault plane has moved down relative to the rock below.
A magnetic field that is the same as that which exists at present.
A shell of incandescent gas expanding from a star.
Anticyclones that are assumed to occupy the inner polar regions and are believed to be thermally induced, at least in part.
An Earth-centered system of the universe.
The layer of rock and mineral fragments that nearly everywhere covers Earth’s surface.
The motion of one body about another, as Earth about the Sun.
An instrument that records earthquake waves.
Structures that are deposited by algae and consist of layered mounds of calcium carbonate.
Soils that form on unconsolidated deposits.