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Unformatted text preview: ANIMAL ANIMAL B EHAVIOR EHAVIOR NPB 1 • There is still time to sign up • If you can make 11-12 Wednesd one of these this works • Class is offered temporarily as N 1 unit credi • 1 unit credit • No final or midterm • It will be fun • Contact Martin Wilson ( mcwilso questions 102 Q day and Friday 12-1, or even only NPB 198 (CRN 43729) [email protected] ) if you have WHAT IS B • What organisms “do” – First line of interaction b environment • Numerous examples – Feeding – Habitat selection – Communication Communication – Reproduction, socializing, EHAVIOR? etween animal and self-maintenance, etc Crossbill Pondero pine con osa nes Crossbills are special Wander nomadically in coniferous unpredictably-distributed cone cro ized to find cones: s forests to locate ops Engelmann spruce with heavy cone crop Crossbills also spe and handle c Cros pryi cone Specialized bill, jaw, tongue, musculature Se ecialized to extract conifer seeds ssbill ng up e scale eds F e Grosbeaks produce a variety of vocalizations variety of vocalizations emale Evening Grosbeak male Male Sound spec evening grosbe ctrograms of eak “flight calls” What is the significa different “flight calls? ance of these ?” ? 1 ? 2 4 5 Geographic Geographic distributions of evening 3 grosbeak “call types” WHY IS B WHY IS BE IMPOR • “PURE SCIENCE” REA – Critical to survival and re • Internal homeostasis – Temperature – Water/salt balance – Energy balance and nutriti • Predator avoidanc Predator avoidance • Reproduction EHAVIOR HAVIOR TANT?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2009 for the course NPB 102 taught by Professor Hahn during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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