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Unformatted text preview: Cooperation and Conflict Lecture 40 2 December 2009 W il iam T. Keeton (1933 1980) Cornel University, Entomology and Neurobiology & Behavior (1958 1980) Keeton House, west campus, 2008 William T. Keeton Prize for Introductory Biology William T. Keeton Prize for Introductory Biology 2008 - 2009 Tim Dyster Sophomore, Arts & Sciences Neurobiology & Behavior Program of Study What distinguished Tim was his enthusiasm for biology and willingness to help others. He was intensely curious and eager to learn. Tim was guided by a genuine curiosity. Many high-performing students are deeply competitive and less willing to help out others; Tim, however, never seemed hesitant to share his interest in biology and love of learning with others. Every now and then a student comes along that is truly motivated by the act of learning and not by the competitive framework established by their universities....I only wish there were more students like Tim; but then again, this is why he is exceptional. Migration & Navigation concepts & terms anabatic wind solar azimuth caloric content of fuel celestial cue clock shifting energy from fuel flight metabolism gliding glycogen headwind learned landmarks lipid loading Michoacan monarch butterfly Monterey peninsula one-way migration round trip migration sham group slope lift sun compass tailwind thermal lift time compensated triglycerides Communication concepts & terms aggregation pheromone alarm pheromone allomone auditory communication bluffing chemical communication claw waving communication communication channel dance language electrical communication ethology Handicap Principle honest signal kairomone manakin mantis shrimp...
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