Chapter 4 Notes

Chapter 4 Notes - NEURAL CONTROL OF BEHAVIOR HA BEHAVIOR...

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NEURAL C OF BEH ONTROL AVIOR
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EHAVIOR D BEHAVIOR D EXCITABL • Unicellular organisms lectrical changes w –Electrical changes w behavior • Multicellular organism ervous systems (c Nervous systems (c control behavior PENDS ON EPENDS ON E CELLS : ithin cell modify ithin cell modify s llections of neurons) ollections of neurons)
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NERVOUS • Receive info from env rocess info (integrati • Process info (integrati • Regulate responses (c SYSTEMS ironment (sensory) e) ve) ommand)
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EVELS OF ORG LEVELS OF ORG NERVOUS SYST • Cellular (and below) imple circuits • Simple circuits • Complex systems NIZATION OF ANIZATION OF EM FUNCTION
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OW DO NERV HOW DO NERV CONTROL B • Clues from studies of ins opulatory behavior in in Copulatory behavior in in US SYSTEMS OUS SYSTEMS EHAVIOR? tinctive behaviors ects sects
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OW DO NERV HOW DO NERV CONTROL B • Clues from studies of ins mplexus behavior in am Amplexus behavior in am US SYSTEMS OUS SYSTEMS EHAVIOR? tinctive behaviors hibians phibians
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OW DO NERV HOW DO NERV CONTROL B • Clues from studies of ins ill pecking behavior in y Bill pecking behavior in US SYSTEMS OUS SYSTEMS EHAVIOR? tinctive behaviors ung gulls young gulls
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OW DO NERV HOW DO NERV CONTROL B • Clues from studies of ins gg rolling behavior in g Egg rolling behavior in g US SYSTEMS OUS SYSTEMS EHAVIOR? tinctive behaviors ese eese
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OMPONENTS O COMPONENTS O BEHAV • Fixed action pattern (FA otor responses Motor responses • Releaser (= sign stimulu ue that induces FAP – Cue that induces FAP • Innate releasing mechan – Hypothetical neural syste FAP INSTINCTIVE F INSTINCTIVE IORS P) s) ism m that connects releaser to
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CODE BR • Induce FAPs of other sp xploit simple releaser Exploit simple releaser EAKING ecies for personal benefit AP relationship FAP relationship
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ove beetles Rove beetles Cuckoos Bolas spiders
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Some parasitic wasps de ants with complex chemi cktails cocktails ceive cal
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ROCESSING PROCESSING CIRC • Moth escape behavior BYSIMPLE BY SIMPLE UITS
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MOTH/BAT IN
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