SampleExam questions

SampleExam questions - c Chewing rattlesnake skins 4 The...

Info iconThis preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
1. A northern European honey bee goes on 2 foraging trips and uses a different dance after each one. She is dancing at noon, i.e., when the sun is due south. Dance 1 is a round dance. This means a. There is a new flower within 50 meters. b. Wake up. c. New flowers in circle surrounding hive. 2. Dance 2 is a waggle dance pointing vertically downwards. This means a. return to yesterday’s flower source, east of hive. b. New flower more than 100 meters north of hive. c. New flower, exactly 100 meters south of hive 3. A California ground squirrel with only gopher snakes on its territory should reduce its chance of predation when it sees a snake by a. giving alarm calls, wagging its tail and kicking sand. b. Wagging its tail but always adding the infrared signal to the tail.
Background image of page 1
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: c. Chewing rattlesnake skins. 4. The ideal free distribution is a formal description of a. The distribution of competitors that is optimally matched to the rate of food intake in each food patch. b. How kangaroo rats distribute their scattered caches in the desert. c. A diet choice model, based on handling time of each item. Short Answer Elvis the blue jay sees a large orange & black caterpillar. Even though he sees it clearly, he ignores it. Last week, he became nauseous eating an orange & black caterpillar of a DIFFERENT species. How does Elvis’s behavior illustrate each of the following concepts? Describe briefly, using outlines (12 pts) warning coloration classical conditioning taste aversion Mullerian mimicry...
View Full Document

{[ snackBarMessage ]}

Ask a homework question - tutors are online