SPECIAL ISSUE: Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

Using ideas from behavioural ecology to understand plants

SPECIAL ISSUE: Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

Behavioural Ecology class

Spotlight on: Behavioural Ecology

Behavioural Ecology class

AoB PLANTS - The open-access journal for plant sciences. Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

AoB PLANTS - The open-access journal for plant sciences. Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

Called “feathered apes” for their simianlike smarts, crows use tools, understand physics, and recognize themselves and humans. But new research suggests that the brainy birds may be even smarter than was previously thought.

New Caledonian Crows Have Tools for Healthy Diets

Called “feathered apes” for their simianlike smarts, crows use tools, understand physics, and recognize themselves and humans. But new research suggests that the brainy birds may be even smarter than was previously thought.

An Introduction to Behavioural Ecology

An Introduction to Behavioural Ecology (Paperback)

Introduction to Behavioural Ecology   Davies Nicholas B, ISBN:  9781405114165

Introduction to Behavioural Ecology Davies Nicholas B, ISBN: 9781405114165

The effects of copulation duration in the bruchid beetle Callosobruchus maculatus  \nEdvardsson and Canal (2006) Behavioural Ecology 17: 430-434    Females did not suffer from long copulations but instead experienced increased lifetime fecundity. Ejaculate size increased with copulation duration. Males that mated first and had long copulations were relatively unsuccessful, and the copulation duration of the second male to mate did not have a significant effect on sperm precedence

The effects of copulation duration in the bruchid beetle Callosobruchus maculatus \nEdvardsson and Canal (2006) Behavioural Ecology 17: 430-434 Females did not suffer from long copulations but instead experienced increased lifetime fecundity. Ejaculate size increased with copulation duration. Males that mated first and had long copulations were relatively unsuccessful, and the copulation duration of the second male to mate did not have a significant effect on sperm precedence

The Behavioural Ecology of Swarming in Honey Bees

The Behavioural Ecology of Swarming in Honey Bees

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