CAES 9820 Lecture 3 class work - 1 We hypothesized that male mantids change their approach behavior with wind velocity and use wind to reduce the risk

CAES 9820 Lecture 3 class work - 1 We hypothesized that...

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1. We hypothesized that male mantids change their approach behavior with wind velocity and use wind to reduce the risk of being noticed by females 2. In a laboratory 3. First condition: windy // second condition: windless 4. Yes statistical analysis was carried out 5. (A) The time elapsed between the male’s detection of the female and mating behavior was significantly shorter under windy conditions than under windless conditions (B) The time spent for approaching females was signifi- cantly longer than the searching for prey under constant windy condition C. Males spent significantly longer time walking under windy conditions than under windless conditions (D) Males spent significantly less time walking when approaching females than when searching prey (E) Males spent significantly longer time resting when approaching females than when searching for prey
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Unformatted text preview: (F) Females detected males significantly less frequently under the swaying leaf condition than the fixed leaf condition (G) Females attacked males significantly less frequently under the swaying leaf condition than the fixed leaf condition 6. Yes, hypothesis is proved 7. It is the first time using curve surface in conducting the experiment Writing the PSA: Target audience What do they already know (what to write or not to write) What do they want to be answered What interests them and make it alive to them Relates to reader’s life Connected research from other places May included: Moral aspects / ethical issues ...
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