jan 27 handout - 1/26/2012 Review Session 6PM Monday This...

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1/26/2012 1 Review Session • 6PM Monday • This room • Submit your questions to either Danica or Meredith by 10AM on Monday to make sure that yours is addressed • Questions can be about any of the topics covered in class Exam • The class will be divided into two • Students with last names beginning with A-J will meet for the exam in Med. Sci. 180 • Students with last names beginning with K-z will meet here • Please go to the correct room assignment Where is Med. Sci.
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1/26/2012 2 Who Profits from Mimicry? • Mimics • Models • Predators (dupes) Bates’ Paradox • Bates noticed that several species of unrelated butterflies all looked alike • All were toxic to predators • How to explain this?? Mullerian Mimicry: Aposematism to the extreme Everybody tastes bad or is toxic
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1/26/2012 3 The theory of Müllerian mimicry assumes that this is a way for the aposematic species to share the costs of educating inexperienced predators to avoid their signal. Startle Defenses
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course ENTOMOLOGY 104 taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '12 term at UC Davis.

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