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𝗣𝗗𝗙 | On Oct 26, , Miles Engell and others published Animal Behavior, Ninth edition. John Alcock. CHAPTER 1 An Introduction to Animal Behavior 3. CHAPTER 2 Behavioral Ecology and the Evolution of Altruism CHAPTER 3 The Evolution of Social. Get this from a library! Animal behavior: an evolutionary approach. [John Alcock].


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Animal behavior, 1. Animal behavior by John Alcock. Animal behavior. by John Alcock; Dustin R Rubenstein. Print book. English. Eleventh edition. of pests (introduction, conservation, and barriers to adoption), resistance management (to pesticides and transgenic plants), assessment of pesticide risks to. As an undergraduate, years ago, I was assigned the third edition of John Alcock's “Animal Behavior,” and found it to be an interesting read, with.

If they are related, then adoption can raise the inclusive fitness of the adopters. Silk Adoption and kinship in Oceania. American Anthropologist Evolution of human behavior: Adopting non-relatives, thus, may be maladaptive, but caring for children is usually adaptive.

Similarly, overweight or underweight women are less likely to become pregnant than women of average weight. Thus, we would expect males to be attuned to cues that signal ovulation. B Roberts et al. Biology Letters Adaptive mate preferences Sexual conflict Men consistently express a greater interest in having multiple sexual partners over a given time period than women.

Sexual conflict Men and women also differ in how likely they would be to have sex with a partner after knowing the individual for different lengths of time.

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Was heavily criticised. Coercive sex Yes, raped woman are most often in their early 20s, when they are maximally fertile.

Murder victims, by contrast are usually well into their 30s. Coercive sex Frequency of star cluster Y chromosome haplotype. Probably linked to the slaughter, pillage and rape exercised during the many conquests of Genghis Khan and his male- Median-joining network of line descendants who ended up ruling large areas of Asia Y-chromosomal variation.

He regarded adoption as an arbitrary cultural tradition and saw sociobiology as irrelevant for understanding human behaviour. Anthropologist Joan Silk : tested whether adopted children were related to the adopters in 11 cultures in Oceania. If they are related, then adoption can raise the inclusive fitness of the adopters. Silk Adoption and kinship in Oceania.

American Anthropologist Adopting non-relatives, thus, may be maladaptive, but caring for children is usually adaptive.

Similarly, overweight or underweight women are less likely to become pregnant than women of average weight. Thus, we would expect males to be attuned to cues that signal ovulation. B Roberts et al.

Biology Letters Adaptive mate preferences Conditional mate preferences For example, females who rate their own attractiveness highly show a stronger preference for both relatively masculine and symmetrical faces Conditional mate preferences Similarly, both males and females who consider themselves high ranking mate prospects express a preference for similarly highly ranked mates.

Sexual conflict Men consistently express a greater interest in having multiple sexual partners over a given time period than women. Sexual conflict Men and women also differ in how likely they would be to have sex with a partner after knowing the individual for different lengths of time.

Animal behavior : an evolutionary approach

Was heavily criticised. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Sexual and social competition: broadening perspectives by defining females roles. Phylogenetic relationships of the mockingbirds and thrashers Aves: Mimidae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution Fluctuating environments, sexual selection and the evolution of flexible mate choice in birds.

Animal Behavior : An Evolutionary Approach

Spatiotemporal environmental variation, risk aversion and the evolution of cooperative breeding as a bet-hedging strategy. Environmental uncertainty and the global biogeography of cooperative breeding in birds. Current Biology Cooperation, conflict, and the evolution of complex animal societies.

Nature Education Knowledge Towards an integrative understanding of social behavior: new models and new opportunities.

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Frontiers in Neuroscience Reproductive skew and selection on female ornamentation in social species. Nature Reproductive conflict and the costs of social status in cooperatively breeding vertebrates.

Dynamic feedback between phenotype and physiology in sexually selected traits. Environmental and hormonal correlates of immune activity in a cooperatively breeding tropical bird.

General and Comparative Endocrinology Are hotshots always hot? A longitudinal study of hormones, behavior, and reproductive success in male marine iguanas. Microsatellite development suggests evidence of polyploidy in the social sponge-dwelling snapping shrimp Zuzalpheus brooksi. Stress hormones in tropical birds: patterns and future directions. Ornitologia Neotropical 19 Suppl. Temporal environmental variability drives the evolution of cooperative breeding in birds.

Territory quality drives intraspecific patterns in extrapair paternity. Female extrapair mate choice in a cooperative breeder: trading sex for help and increasing offspring heterozygosity. Temporal but not spatial environmental variation drives adaptive offspring sex allocation in a plural cooperative breeder. A comprehensive molecular phylogeny of the starlings Aves: Sturnidae and mockingbirds Aves: Mimidae : congruent mtDNA and nuclear trees for a cosmopolitan avian radiation.

The evolution of cooperative breeding; is there cheating? Behavioural Processes Stress hormones and sociality: integrating social and environmental stressors. Pleistocene Park: does re-wilding North America represent sound conservation for the 21st century?

Biological Conservation Provisioning of fledgling conspecifics by males of the brood-parasitic cuckoos Chrysococcyx klaas and C. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the plural cooperatively breeding superb starling, Lamprotornis superbus.

Molecular Ecology Notes Polymorphic microsatellite loci in a plural breeder, the grey-capped social weaver Pseudonigrita arnaudi , isolated with an improved enrichment protocol using fragment size-selection. The role of species abundance in determining breeding origins of migratory birds with stable isotopes. Ecological Applications From birds to butterflies: animal movement patterns and stable isotopes.

Seasonal changes in food quality: a proximate cue for reproductive timing in marine iguanas. Ecology Linking breeding and wintering ranges of a migratory songbird using stable isotopes. Science Shell dynamics and microhabitat selection by striped legged hermit crabs, Clibanarius vittatus Bosc.

Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology New frontiers for the integrative study of animal behavior.

National Science Foundation White Paper. The Quarterly Review of Biology Scientists at work: notes from the field in Belize.

The New York Times July , From the big city to the bush.Animal Behaviour Linked Data More info about Linked Data.

Climate-mediated cooperation promotes niche expansion in burying beetles. Owners and satellites: the economics of territory defence in the pied wagtail, Journal of Animal Ecology Remember me on this computer.

Elsevier, Volume 6, pp. If they are related, then adoption can raise the inclusive fitness of the adopters.

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