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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
Interactions within Communities
Social Behaviour Learning outcomes
Animal Behavior Mrs. Rightler. Methods of Study Comparative psychology Ethology Behavioral ecology Sociobiology.
Chapter 51 Social behavior. Agonistic behavior Ritualized contest that determines which competitor gains access to a resource, such as food or mates.
Chapter 6 Primate Behavior Key Terms. Social structure The composition, size, and sex ratio of a group of animals. Social structures, in part, are the.
Animal Interactions Responses to the biotic environment.
Interactions Among Living Things
Diversity of reproduction Asexual reproduction Parthenogenesis Hermaphrodites Sequential hermaphrodites - protogyny (F M) or protoandry (M F) Sexual.
Behavioral Ecology Chapter 37. Nature vs. Nurture Behavior To what degree do our genes (nature) and environmental influences (nurture) affect behavior?
Organism Interactions. How do organisms interact in an ecosystem? A community is… All the biotic factors within an ecosystem. How do the different populations.
UNIT 10 Animal Behavior. Introduction Humans have always studied animal behavior Knowledge of animal behavior = human survival For example, understanding.
Animal Behavior Archer fish and acorn woodpeckers.
CHAPTER 20: BEHAVIOR, SELECTION, & SURVIVAL. Anthropomorphism – when humans reflect their emotions on to animals Behavior the way an organism acts What.
Ecology Chapter 2 Section 2: Organism Interaction
Population – group of individuals of the same species living in the same area, potentially interacting Community – group of populations of different species.
Lesson 3-How Do Organisms Interact? - Observe how organisms help each other - Describe how organisms compete within an ecosystem - Explain symbiotic relationships.
Species Interactions. Types of Species Interactions Predation Competition Symbiosis –Mutualism –Commensalism –Parasitism.
Ch.21 Populations & Communities Section 3: Interactions Among Living Things.
Biodiversity The diversity of plant and animal life in a particular habitat (or in the world as a whole).
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