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Ariel Lagares Anthro Exam Study Guide November 5, 2013 How do genes, hormones, and experience affect behavior?
Genes affect the pathways of how neurotransmitters are made and how they affect the tissue.
If you were ask the question what is affecting the behavior? Hormones do. What affect the hormones? Genes do. What affects the gene and hormone interaction? Only the environment does.
are really complex have big brains and they can learn a lot, produces more experiences. Mammals are capable to learn something. IS that behavior genetic or that behavior learned? Is that behavior nature or is that behavior nurture? Nothing simple about this. Genes & Behavior Previous experience is important in which how can a mother nurse a child. If the child was taken away from the mother or parent and when the day come for the child to be an adult and parent, the individual will have a hard time caring for their child because of little to none experiences of other individuals taking care of their children or being cared for by their parent(s). Ex: Den construction in deer mice p. maniculates p. polionotus The complex tunnel ->Through crossbreeding, this behavior is entirely motivated and produced by genes. More complex example: the foraging behavior in fire flies. Sitters genes versus Rover genes. Put flies in larva stage in petri dish. The rover larva will move around and find food but still

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