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Exam questions will be taken from lecture material and from the following readings: - Endocrine System overview - Wingfield et al. “Environmental stress, field endocrinology, and conservation biology” - Boonstra (2004) “Coping with changing environments…” - deJong et al. (2002) – “Effects of restricted feeding on physiological stress parameters…” - Wingfield – Hormone –behavior interactions…” - Goymann et al. (2008) – progesterone modulates aggression…” - The annual cycles of birds chapter - Circannual rhythms in birds Know and Understand the Following Concepts Be able to draw the following from stimulus to final hormone production: The stress axis The reproductive axis The thyroid axis Where is prolactin produced? Understand the overarching function of the endocrine system in a life history context and how these systems work together Understand the ultimate function of the stress response in a life history context Understand how the body responds differently to stimuli that are stressors versus nonstressors
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Know the two general ways in which stress can affect behaviors Understand how acute and chronic stressors can affect the body differently (I
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