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Biology 484 – Ethology Chapter 3 – The Development of Behavior: Genetic and Environmental Factors

Biology 484 – Ethology Chapter 3 – The Development of Behavior: Genetic and Environmental Factors

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Biology 484 – Ethology Chapter 3 – The Development of Behavior: Genetic and Environmental Factors

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  1. Biology 484 – Ethology Chapter 3 – The Development of Behavior: Genetic and Environmental Factors

  2. Chapter 3 Sanderling growth & behavioral development depend on genes & environment

  3. Honey Bee

  4. 3.1 Development of worker behavior in honey bees

  5. 3.2 Gene activity varies in the brains of nurse bees and foragers

  6. 3.3 Social environment and task specialization by worker honey bees

  7. 3.4 Levels of the messenger RNA produced when the for gene is expressed

  8. Konrad Lorenz

  9. 3.5 Imprinting in greylag geese

  10. 3.6 Cross-fostering has different imprinting effects in two related songbirds

  11. 3.7 Spatial learning by chickadees

  12. 3.9 Differences within a species in learned behavior

  13. 3.10 Nests of Polistes paper wasps contain odors that adhere to the bodies of the wasps

  14. 3.13 Different wintering sites of blackcap warblers

  15. 3.14 Funnel cage for recording the migratory orientation of captive birds

  16. 3.15 Differences in the migratory behavior of two closely related birds

  17. 3.16 Why do people differ in their test scores? (Part 1)

  18. 3.16 Why do people differ in their test scores? (Part 2)

  19. 3.19 Genetic differences cause behavioral differences in fruit fly larvae (Part 1)

  20. 3.19 Genetic differences cause behavioral differences in fruit fly larvae (Part 2)

  21. 3.17 A single gene affects maternal behavior in laboratory mice

  22. 3.18 Social amnesia is related to the loss of a single gene

  23. 3.20 A coastal Californian garter snake about to consume a banana slug

  24. 3.21 Response of newborn, naive garter snakes to slug cubes

  25. 3.22 A tongue-flicking newborn garter snake senses odors from a cotton swab

  26. 3.23 Density effects on the foraging behavior of fruit fly larvae

  27. 3.24 Response to artificial selection on nest-building behavior by mice

  28. 3.26 Dogs are especially sensitive to signals from human beings

  29. 3.27 Surrogate mothers used in social deprivation experiments

  30. 3.28 Socially isolated rhesus infants

  31. 3.29 Developmental homeostasis in humans (Part 1)

  32. 3.29 Developmental homeostasis in humans (Part 2)

  33. 3.30 Facial symmetry and attractiveness

  34. David Clark – Alma College

  35. 3.31 Testing mate choice in a female wolf spider

  36. 3.32 Developmental switch mechanisms can produce polyphenisms within the same species

  37. 3.34 Activity of the gene that codes for gonadotropin-releasing hormone in Haplochromis burtoni

  38. 3.38 Sex differences in spatial learning ability are linked to home range size

  39. 3.39 A virtual maze used for computer-based studies of navigational skills

  40. 3.40 Sex differences in the hippocampus

  41. 3.41 Operant conditioning exhibited by a rat in a Skinner box

  42. 3.42 Biased learning

  43. 3.43 Biases in taste aversion learning

  44. 3.44 Vampire bats cannot form learned taste aversions