Lecture 15C Slides

Lecture 15C Slides - 3/12/09 2009 Dean's Undergraduate...

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3/12/09 1 2009 Dean’s Undergraduate Symposium April 2, 2009 Super Office hours Friday March 13 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM 1103 Muir Biology Bldg Final exams 8 AM lecture: Thursday March 19, 8 AM – 10:50 AM 11 AM lecture: Thursday March 19, 11:30 AM – 2:20 PM Same rooms as lecture 300 points What is covered? Lecture material, reading, and discussion section activities will be included The final (300 pts) will be cumulative. Approximately half of the final will be on the material from the second half of the course, and half of the final will be from the entire quarter Please be on time - I will not give a make up for anyone that sleeps through the final All backpacks, water bottles, hats, etc. will have to be left in the front of the room. If you are concerned about valuables, please do not bring them to the final You will not be allowed to use calculators, cell phones, or any electronic devices during the exam Bring a picture ID (student ID or driver’s license) You must take the final in the finals time for which you are enrolled. You will not get credit if you come to the wrong exam. Know your discussion section date/time/TA name when you come to the exam (5 points) ( http://sections.ucsd.edu/ ) D. Mating systems and sexual selection Different Types of Mating Systems 1. monogamy - one male and one female mate 2. polygamy - multiple mates a. polygyny - one male mates with multiple females b. polyandry - one female mates with multiple males Different mating systems provide test for Bateman’s principle
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3/12/09 2 Which of these mating systems would you expect the least amount of sexual dimorphism? a. Monogamy b. Polygyny c. Polyandry d. They all should be equal monogamy - one male and one female mate both parents provide parental care prediction: little or no sexual dimorphism Figure 51.25a trumpeter swans polygyny - one male mates with multiple
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Lecture 15C Slides - 3/12/09 2009 Dean's Undergraduate...

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