Animal notes may 7

Animal notes may 7 - Other Insects:-not all haploid Naked...

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Eusociality- groups that contain specialized non-reproducing castes that work for the reproductive castes that work for the reproductive members of the society Division of Labor: -cooperative brood care -overlap of generations -reproductive division of labor Insects: Haplodiploid Hypothesis - females diploid; males diploid; females share an average of 75% of genes with sisters and on average only 25% with brothers
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Unformatted text preview: Other Insects:-not all haploid Naked Mole Rat:-females hormonally sterile-often relate with siblings(higher coefficient of relatedness) -higher coefficient of relatedness Ants: Competition advantage:-dominate resources -division of labor-very little cost if one dies-bigger territories= more defense -build fortresses...
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Me during the Spring '09 term at Ozark Christian.

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