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.) \ j'''''y[ ts17. o vs(, /isi fr ' f.^ H.r ECOIIBIOL 35OO Name 2. Which of the following is an example of territorial behavior rather than behavioral actions which suggest a dominance hierarchy or coop€ration within a society? General Ecology Quiz 3 10 November 2004 1. The social organization of side-blotchel lizarcls in northern Califoniia is unusual in'that there is a periodii cycling in the frequency of three male color morphs over time (multiple generations). All color morphs are present in ttre population at any one time, but relative frequencies change (cycle) over time. Which of the following statements is NOT accurate? a) Orange morphs are aggressive toward blue moqphs, rbducing blue morph fitness when thd frequency of orange morphs is hilh in the population ' b) Theie isenhanced firngssfot' allelgstf,or r*;**':b]u"" when'yellow moqphs are mosi frequent within the population. c) A dominant frequency in one of the three morphs alwiry-s "opens the dooC' for - enhanced fitness in one of the other two mofphs.- ' . r] /-.r\ (0) IYeUow mdrphs are "sneaker males" whose fitness lies in the fact that orange and \J blue mcr-rphs accept their presence as "femalesz'ind dg not drive them from the - population. e) This is an example of evolution in action I I I , aft^r ger, stronger wood.pigeons t'eed toward the center oi a foraging aredl, achieving in this manner a lower mortality than members of the flock distributed peripherally. ,St-ioncubs at a kill t'eed close to-their mother where they receive greater protection from / other, moie aggressive lions in the priqe. ; [c))A pack of wolves difends its winter range from a n'eighboring pack of wolves. \2 d) Hanis' sparrows wiih dark throats are more aggressive than those with lighter ttrroats. ,Ef Nlmembers of a meerKat tamily group participate in the responsibility of guarding their ' territory against the approach of foxds (predators that eat meerkats). 3. Which of the iollowing in your Ricklet's text was used as an example of inclusive fitness?' z-d ! (a)feeOing by white-fronted bee-eaters b) ftb hawk-dove population model "v.z /1 Eutopean"goldfince tlocking behavior d) spitefulness withih human society SXsentinal duty among African meerkats { 4. Haplodiploidy is a repr-odustive pattem used to explain the sdccess of eusociality among certain insect groups. Under this pattem, the relatedness (r) of a male insect to its father is ..... a) l.ffi. b) 0.75 c) 0.50 d) 0.2s r@o oo
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