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animal behavior feb 21st - The Control and Organization of...

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The Control and Organization of Behavior 1. The senses - comparative structure/function 1. Brain - general organization, sensory and motor areas, cortex - layers versus nuclei 1. Comparative brains – hypertrophies 1. Motor control 1. Hormones and clocks
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The importance of understanding the senses
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Animals rely on sensory input to: The importance of understanding the senses
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The importance of understanding the senses - sensory information cues behavior - learning is based on sensory input
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The Senses 1. Vision – seeing with eyes and visual sys 1. Hearing – ears and the auditory sys 1. Smell – the nose and olfactory sys 1. Taste – the tongue and gustatory sys 1. Touch – skin and the somatosensory sys
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Sensory Structures - The Eye Light To Brain Iris - Pupil – Cornea – Lens – Retina – Rods and Cones
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Other Species’ Eyes RAPTO R SHRIMP FRO G MANTIS GECK O TRUMPE T FISH MOSQUITO CAT
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1. Camera 1. Pinhole Types of Eyes
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Types of Eyes 3. Compound – many lenses Fly head Fly eye
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Types of Eyes Fly head Fly eye our view 3. Compound – many lenses
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Types of Eyes Fly head Fly eye Fly’s view 3. Compound – many lenses
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Types of Eyes – Praying Mantis
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