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5 Matching questions

  1. Scale color denotes
  2. Social terrestrial species
  3. Homing
  4. Interference with Reproduction
  5. Dispersal in Pikas
  1. a how old the seafloor is in millions of years.
  2. b Parental care that is misdirected to
    non-offspring (suckling the wrong
    baby) and killing of young by
    non-parents are the biggest costs
    in this category
  3. c tend to forage above ground in open habitats during the daytime
  4. d Most juvenile pikas stay in their natal patch for life but individuals occasionally disperse both within and between patches of talus Of those that move 100 m or more,
    most were females
  5. e a process by which most species return to a home range, nest
    site or den

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Because of the prevalence of polygyny, and associated tendency for males to disperse as they reach maturity, adult males are generally not related to other adults in the group. Males leave before they reach the age of maturity (sexually) and fathers leave before their daughters reach the age of maturity
  2. most mammalian social systems are arrange matrilinearlly; mothers and their offspring may stay together and groups are this composed of mothers, daughters, aunts, and nieces
  3. Mammals are assumed to have a cognitive map, sex differences in spatial ability
  4. requires a mental map of
    the terrain but does not require a compass. In principal it could be
    used for longer trips
  5. Birds but enough has been done on mammals to show that they
    use the same mechanisms. Most mammal research has been done on bats and mice.

5 True/False questions

  1. Bats migration and HibernationMost bats hibernate.
    Some bat species do migrate - most often to and from caves used
    as hibernation sites. Some little brown bats migrated over 200 km
    from hibernation caves in Vermont to summering sites in
    Massachusetts.

          

  2. Belding's Ground Squirrels relativeIn Belding's ground squirrels,
    females are philopatric and
    engage in altruistic alarm calling,
    whereas males who disperse
    away from relatives do not make
    alarm calls. This suggests an optimal
    inbreeding strategy in which
    matings between close relatives
    are avoided, but matings with
    Belding's ground squirrel
    Spermophilus beldingi
    more distant relatives are favored.

          

  3. Big Horn Sheep reason for groupingin bighorn sheep the locations of feeding areas and migration routes are remembered by older members of the band and this information is transferred to subsequent generations via tradition

          

  4. Cooperative Rearing of Young in Carnivores (Lions)Among carnivores, lionesses
    share the nursing of cubs in the pride, and subordinate wolves
    regurgitate food for the alpha female and her litter.

          

  5. SocietyA group of individuals of the same species that is organized in a cooperative manner, extending beyond sexual and parental behavior.

          

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