4 edition of Evoltn Ecolgy Animal Migratn found in the catalog.
Evoltn Ecolgy Animal Migratn
September 3, 1991
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Animal Migration A Synthesis Edited by E.J. Milner-Gulland, John M. Fryxell, and Anthony R.E. Sinclair. Synthesises the insights from both mathematical modelling and empirical research to generate a unified understanding of the mechanisms underlying migration. • ASP increases at a rate proportional to the time the animal has to spend performing the movement. – E.g., a cat’s predatory behaviors are a series of FAPs that become linked. Locomotion with searching, stalking, pouncing, killing bite. – How frequently does a cat perform each of these behaviors?
This book provides a basic, introductory text on the behaviour of domestic animals, a subject that is now taught to a wide range of students of veterinary medicine, animal science and biology. It also provides an overview of the subject for practising veterinarians and advisers. Comments. Book Reviews will be included in the journal on a range of relevant books which are not more than 2 years old. Book reviews will be solicited by the Book Review Editor. Unsolicited reviews will not usually Applied Animal Behaviour Science, Unnecessary cruelty in animal experimentation is .
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The migration of most birds and mammals and many of the fishes are on a yearly cycle. In many cases (e.g., salmon and eels), animals with a relatively long life span return to their place of birth in order to reproduce and eventually die. (shelved 1 time as ethology-animal-behavior) avg rating — 2, ratings — published adult Africa altitude Animal Migration antarctic arctic Atlantic avian Baker baleen whales behaviour Biology bird migration bottom breeding Britain coast coastal compass crop cues density desert locust dimorphism direction distance distribution drift Ecology egg productivity Emlen exploration familiar area farmland feeding females fin whales Reviews: 1.
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Going Home, The Mystery of Animal Migration by Marianne Berkes from Dawn Publications is a creative non-fiction picture book for ages that uses verse to take students along on the migratory journey of ten animals including manatees, emperor penguins and the ruby-throated hummingbird. In addition to poetry and pictures, the book offers.
Migratory movements reflect an animal’s need to eat, breed, avoid predators and find a tolerable physiological environment over the short term. These movements are also shaped by an animal's evolutionary history, during which natural selection has resulted in behaviors that maximize fitness in complex and changing environments.
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Here I examine these changes in the discipline of animal behaviour during the past 50 years as reflected in specialized behaviour textbooks and introductory textbooks for Cited by: