An overview of the reproductive behaviors of animals.
Courtship patterns, mating, and reproductive behaviors
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Reproductive Behavior of Animals.
To activate prior knowledge, to generate questions about a given topic, and to organize knowledge using a KWL Chart.
Covers violent behavior in primates and how this relates evolutionarily to humans. Looks at the scientific method and assumptions and prejudices people have brought to research.
Addresses the use of the term “living fossils” pointing out that organisms change genetically if not phenotypically, thus “Living Fossil” is a misnomer. Provides another angle from which to understand natural selection.
Looks at ostriches as a vehicle to study birds, their adaptations, and evolution.
Looks at giant isopods as a vehicle to investigate conditions in the deep-sea, how these animals adapt to these conditions, and how these adaptation are similar to adaptations seen on islands.
Learn how walrus are adapting to changing arctic climate, and what this may mean for people.
An overview of animal behavior, such as innate, learned, social, cyclic, and reproductive behaviors is given in this study guide. It also gives a brief review of the nature-nurture debate.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Reproductive Behavior of Animals.