Download Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol. 19 by Peter J. B. Slater, Jay S. Rosenblatt, Colin Beer PDF

By Peter J. B. Slater, Jay S. Rosenblatt, Colin Beer

Show description

Read Online or Download Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol. 19 PDF

Similar biochemistry books

Clinical Studies in Medical Biochemistry

This article makes use of a case-study method of current center rules of biochemistry and molecular biology within the context of human disorder. The thirty-three circumstances were rigorously selected to hide key ideas and customary ailments. each one bankruptcy offers a selected sufferer record that comes with suitable historical past, pertinent scientific laboratory information, actual findings, and next prognosis.

Biochemistry - the Molecular Basis of Life

Biochemistry: The Molecular foundation of lifestyles is a one-semester textual content targeting the fundamental biochemical ideas that underpin the fashionable existence sciences. The 6th variation deals deeper assurance of the chemistry of reactions whereas emphasizing the connection among biochemistry and human biology. Equipping scholars with a whole view of the residing nation, Biochemistry: The Molecular foundation of lifestyles emphasizes challenge fixing and applies biochemical rules to the fields of well-being, agriculture, engineering, and forensics.

Heterologous Expression of Membrane Proteins: Methods and Protocols

This distinct quantity encompasses chapters from major specialists within the sector of membrane proteins who describe step by step protocols constructed those previous couple of years to enhance the useful creation and stabilization of recombinant vital membrane proteins (IMPs). Membrane proteins play a key position in different pathologies similar to melanoma, cystic fibrosis, epilepsy, hyperinsulinism, and Alzheimer’s sickness, but stories on those and different issues are hampered via a scarcity of knowledge concerning the proteins concerned.

Additional resources for Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol. 19

Sample text

ENGLAND I. INTRODUCTION Waldman et al. (1988) presented the analysis shown in Fig. 1. The figure shows the annual publication rate since the late 1960s of papers dealing with kin recognition, defined broadly as the differential treatment of conspecifics as a function of their genetic relatedness (Holmes and Sherman, 1983). Although the analysis of Waldman et al. certainly underestimates the number of relevant publications, because it includes only papers with the phrase “kin recognition” in their titles or abstracts, it highlights a sharp increase in the appearance of papers on the subject from the mid- 1970s onward.

When comparing the morphology of simultaneously mated monogamous and secondary females, we failed to find any significant differences. For a closer test of this we made a covariance analysis with respect to mating status (primary, monogamous, and secondary), with laying date as the covariant. 20, n = 728). 65 mm, n = 83) and that expected at the 18 R. V. A L A T A L O A N D A. 40, n = 565). These data suggest that secondary females do not differ in quality or experience from females mating with unmated males.

Von (1945). Nilgra fall av polygami hos svart och vita flugsnapparen (Muscicapa h . ). Vrir Frigelv. 4, 27-32. Haartman, L. von (1949). Der Trauerfliegenschnapper. 1. Ortstreue und Rassenbildung. Acra Zoo/. Fenn. 56,m 1-104. Haartman. L. von (195 la). Der Trauerfliegenschnapper. 11. Populationsprobleme. Acra 2001. Fenn. 67, 1-60. Haartman, L. von (1951b). Successive polygamy. Behaviour 3, 256-274. Haartman. L. von (1954). Der Trauerfliegenschnapper. 111. Die Nahrungsbiologie. Acra Zool. Fenn. 83, 1-96.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.97 of 5 – based on 42 votes