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Biology Exploring Study Set 1

Biology

Quiz 32 :

Animal Behaviour

Quiz 32 :

Animal Behaviour

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Which function would a worker bee that is about one day old most likely perform in the hive?
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Why are instinctive behaviours distinguished from learned behaviours?
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D

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Which sentence describes the sounds of young male White-crowned Sparrows that were experimentally raised without ever hearing the sound of their species?
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A

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What does it mean when geese or ducks are imprinted?
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What is a proximate cause of the noncombative behaviour of male African cichlids that do NOT hold territories?
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How is classical conditioning different from operant conditioning?
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What happens to worker bees when extra juvenile hormone is experimentally administered to them?
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The presence of which hormone results in the production of more neurons in the higher vocal centre of the brains of male zebra finches but NOT in the brains of female zebra finches?
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Figure 32-1 img -In Figure 32-1, which graph represents the age span of worker bees primarily occupied by foraging?
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Which form of communication is likely to be intercepted by an attentive third party?
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What is the primary trigger for pecking behaviour in young herring gulls?
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What occurs when a territory-holding male zebra finch hears the song of the male zebra finch that has held the neighbouring territory for a long time?
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Which cue most likely functions as sign stimuli to trigger smiling in very young babies?
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What is the ultimate cause of the ability of male zebra finches to discriminate between the songs of established neighbours and those of strangers?
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Which of the following is the best example of purely instinctive behaviour?
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Which of the following is a sign stimulus?
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Why are honeyguides considered parasites?
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The brains of female zebra finches lack the hormonal influences that occur in the brains of males. What changes are seen in the female brains as a result?
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What do young male white-crowned sparrows match their vocal output to when they first begin to sing?
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Figure 32-1 img -In Figure 32-1, which graph represents the age span of worker bees primarily occupied by feeding the brood?
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