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“Copying someone else’s work in considered plagiarism and an honor code violation. The work completed in this study guide is my own. ” ____________________________ Shreya Maddireddy Carpenter 1 st 8.25.09 LAB ACTIVITIES Chapter 51 1. Activity: Honey Bee Wiggle Dance a. Worker bees must communicate by dancing. Other workers bees sense its movements in a round dance that communicates the nearness of food. b. The bee may do a waggle dance shaped like: c. The distance to the food can be as far as five kilometers and is expressed by the speed the worker bee dances and the length of the “wiggle.” The angle of the waggle in relation to the sun is the angle at which the food can be found. d. Example: few degrees to the right of the sun and expresses distance, direction, and type of food to seek. 2. Create a chart for the levels of biological organization. Include the level of organization, a description of that level, and the emergent properties that exist at that level. Video Organis m Behavior Reason for Behavior Classification of Behavior Snake Wrestle Ritual Diamond back Rattlesna ke They swirl around each other in a dance to resolve challenges for the admittance to assets: mate, food, or territory. Do the wrestling behavior to go through other's area for females. A wrestling ritual – agnostic. Albatross Courtship Ritual Waved Albatross Sky-pointing (head held back), beak clacking, and heads bobbing left and right. Purpose of finding a mate. Courtship ritual. Blue- footed Boobies Courtship Ritual Blue- Footed Booby Display their blue feet to each other hold their wings back, called sky-pointing. Females honk and males whistle. Attracting a mate to reproduce. Courtship ritual Chimp Agonistic Chimpan zee Aggressive threat display. to obtain better resources: food, mate, or higher ranking Agonistic behavior
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Behavior in group. Wolves Agonistic Behavior Wolf Baring their teeth; erecting their ears, tail, and fur; standing upright; and looking directly at their opponent. Done to decide who gets a resource: mate/food. Aggressive to make the animal appear larger or threatening. Agonistic behavior 3. Lab Bench Activity: Animal Behavior 1. A student wanted to study the effect of nitrogen fertilizer on plant growth, so she took two similar plants and set them on a window sill for a two-week observation period. She watered each plant the same amount, but she gave one a small dose of fertilizer with each watering. She collected data by counting the total number of new leaves on each plant and also measured the height of each plant in centimeters. Which of the following is a significant flaw in this experimental set-up? There is no repetition. 2. Students placed five pillbugs on the dry side of a choice chamber and five pillbugs on the wet side. They collected data as to the number on each side every 30 seconds for 10 minutes. After 6 minutes, eight or nine pillbugs were continually on the wet side of the chamber, and several were under the filter paper. Which of
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