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5 Matching questions

  1. Barbary Macques Bonding
  2. Causes of Dispersal at Proximal Level
  3. Migration new info
  4. Northern Elephant Seal Inbreeding
  5. Cognitive map
  1. a an individual may be forced out by its
    parents or as an involuntary response to increased testosterone
    levels associated with sexual maturation
  2. b At the turn of the last century it was estimated that there were only
    between 20 and 50 northern elephant seals remaining. Now there are about 160,000 and growing at 6% per year. This suggests a severe genetic bottleneck and a minimal amount of genetic diversity.
  3. c Used to be defined by round trip but now one-way travel also counts
  4. d - a representation of
    the geometric relationships among a home site, terrain surrounding
    the home site, goals to be visited, and the terrain surrounding those
  5. e male Barbary macaques have a better chance of bonding with each other when at least one is hauling
    around an infant. the infant is used as a social tool-- the males however also have high stress levels because the children can get annoying

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Many organisms use geomagnetic cues. Marine Species follow the magnetic lineation in the seafloor, which are predominantly north-south. Other lineations oriented primarily east-west intersect these
    north-south lines; these east-west lines correspond to fracture zones
    across the spreading ridges
  2. Tend to be large and have large brains
  3. Members of dense colonies are much more at risk of spreading
    parasites or disease simply based on density and proximity.
  4. Lion prides, wolf packs and African wild dogs are all territorial
    and will defend resources to the death. In most cases the largest
    pack wins.
  5. Among carnivores, lionesses
    share the nursing of cubs in the pride, and subordinate wolves
    regurgitate food for the alpha female and her litter.

5 True/False questions

  1. Traditiona behavior passed from one generation to the next
    through the process of learning.


  2. Benefits from Physical factorsWhite-footed mice frequently form communal nests in winter to huddle and conserve energy. Also Bats .
    This benefit does not necessarily lead to organized social groups.


  3. Scale color denotesthe "queen" reproduces, mother and young are fed
    (but not nursed) by male and female adults of the worker caste,
    another caste kept the young warm . males of this caste bred with the queen.


  4. Matrilineallymost mammalian social systems are arrange matrilinearlly; mothers and their offspring may stay together and groups are this composed of mothers, daughters, aunts, and nieces


  5. Optimum Hunting SizeMost mammalian movements occur in a relatively small area
    such as when an individual acquires resources within its home