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Unformatted text preview: LEAR • Permits individuals to ad the environment NING just to variable aspects of Impri nting IMPRIN • Specialized form of learn • articularly important in Particularly important in • Several special character – Occurs only during early – Does not require reinforc – Irreversible TING ing ehavior development behavior development istics “critical period” ement FORMS OF IM • Filial, sexual, habitat • ther “imprinting- ke” Other imprinting like – Bird song learning PRINTING henomena phenomena FILIAL IM PRINTING SEXUAL IM PRINTING SEXUAL IM PRINTING ABITAT IMP HABITAT IMP ANEMO INTING IN RINTING IN NEFISH ANEMONEFIS • CLOSELY AFFILIATE • XTREMELY HOST- EXTREMELY HOST S • SELECT ANEMONE H H ( Amphiprion ) D WITH ANEMONES ECIFIC PECIFIC OST AT EARLY AGE Anemonefish with eggs QUES • Why do anemonefish sel anemonies? – There are both ultimate a answers – Focus here is on proxima TION: ect specific kinds of nd proximate possible te causation ROXIMATE BASIS PROXIMATE BASIS FOR HOST • CUES USED (immed ISUAL CHEMICA – VISUAL, CHEMICA • ROLE OF EXPERIEN – IMPRINTING (LEAR I NATE? NN ? OF PREFERENCE OF PREFERENCE ANEMONE iate causation): OTHER? L, OTHER? CE (development): NED)? PROXIMATE H 1. Anemonefish primarily locate appropriate host 2. Anemonefish develop emical cues through chemical cues through those cues YPOTHESES use chemical cues to anemonies preferences for anemone rly experience with early experience with PREDICTIONS • Juvenile anemonefish w pproach and hang aroun...
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