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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 Proximate causation :“how” of behavior Hormones Impulse of nerve signal Ultimate causation: “why” of behavior -influence on reproductive success or survival.

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