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Social Behavior Members of the same species Usually live full-time in groups Can refer to predator-prey interactions
Group Living Animal society – stable group of individuals of the same species that have cooperative relationships outside of mating and raising young. Invertebrates and vertebrates
Advantages to Group Life Protection from predators Increase feeding efficiency Protection from elements Easy access to potential mates
Disadvantages of Group Life Competition for resources Diseases Parasites
Aggression Agonistic behavior Attacks Threat displays Maintains territory Maintains dominance hierarchy
Altruism Individual sacrifices reproductive potential for the benefit of others in the group – Honeybees – Turkeys – Naked mole rats Kin selection
Animal Behavior Mrs. Rightler. Methods of Study Comparative psychology Ethology Behavioral ecology Sociobiology.
Animal Interactions Responses to the biotic environment.
Living in groups also has benefits and costs.
Slide 2GroupingsGroupings Slide 3Cooperative BehaviourCooperative Behaviour Slide 4AltruismAltruism Slide 5BreedingBreeding Slide 6Mating SystemsMating.
Interactions How organisms affect one another and their environment.
Animal Behavior Male Jumping Spider (Habronattus icenoglei)
Chapter 51 Social behavior. Agonistic behavior Ritualized contest that determines which competitor gains access to a resource, such as food or mates.
Animal Behavior Archer fish and acorn woodpeckers.
Hierarchy Pecking Order Year 13 Biology. 2 aWgf_bk0 aWgf_bk0.
Population – group of individuals of the same species living in the same area, potentially interacting Community – group of populations of different species.
ECOSYSTEMS ‘A World of Interactions’. Populations What is a population? When we talk about populations what in general do we mean? A group of organisms.
Symbiotic Relationships Living Together: For Better or for Worse.
Ecological Behaviors Chapter Describe competitive behaviors and give examples. 2.Describe types of communication, nurturing and cooperative behaviors.
Intra-specific co-operative behaviour Group formation Courtship and pair-bond formation Parental care.
Animal Behavior. Behavior BEHAVIOR -The way an organism responds to changes in its internal and external environment. IS ESSENTIAL FOR A SPECIES SURVIVAL.
Behavioral Ecology Introduction Social behavior Sexual selection.
How do organisms interact? Chapter 2 Lesson 3. In an ecosystem, organisms compete for space, light, food, water, air, and nutrients Competition is the.
Animal Behavior Chapter 45 Mader: Biology 8th Ed..
Species Interactions. Types of Species Interactions Predation Competition Symbiosis –Mutualism –Commensalism –Parasitism.
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