animal cooperation TOPIC 5 2-7-12 UPLOAD

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Unformatted text preview: How evolution builds animals that cooperate OBJECTIVE 2: Skill Building Engage in the Process of Science Engage in Your Learning DOUBT EVERYTHING YOU THINK YOU KNOW DEBATE OPTIONS Ask a question Answer a question Disagree Agree Expand References NO QUESTIONS ON LAST DAY - NO NEW THREADS ON LAST DAY! Be creative Reference!! TA's: Will monitor Encourage staying on track Assist in critical thinking WILL NOT PROVIDE ANSWERS ! FACULTY? 1. Discussion Board Clarification for Exams Purposes 2. Before lecture clarification 3. Review Sessions WILL THEY BE READ? ABOLUTELY! And many times! How evolution builds animals that cooperate 8 million years 16 million years 6 million years orangutan gorilla human chimpanzee Strong, NEW selection can produce an Revolutionar y new SOCIAL BEHAVIOR Human societies Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal behavior Human societies Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal social behavior design information tool vehicle leaf-cutter ant hog-nosed snake I. Natural selection builds behaviors as well as bodies - reprise II. Social relationships between members of the same species involve purposes in conflict Time (years) males cubs females time time time time time time time time design information design information tool tool vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle III. Natural selection builds social behavior a look at asexual cooperation III.A. Vehicles with the purpose of replicating their design information have conflicts of interest with conspecifics in a Malthusian world design information tool vehicle * purpose interests * Conflicts of Interest purpose * Conflicts of Interest members of the same species = conspecifics III.B. A dilemma kinship and conflicts of interest determine who will cooperate with whom * Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) kin-specific cooperation indiscriminate cooperation * * Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) kin-specific cooperation kinship-independent cooperation * * Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) * Conflict of Interest Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) * Conflict of Interest Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) * Confluenc e of Interest Darwinian selection for kin-specific cooperation (also called kin-selection ) * Conflict of Interest Confluenc e of Interest Human societies Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal social behavior IV. IV....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course BIO 358 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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