Class Notes for BIO318Y5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 2

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14 May 2011
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Adaptation: a trait that increases the fitness of it"s bearer and that evolved for that specific role. Parasites manipulating hosts hypothesis testing
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneFall

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Richard Dawkins, Personal Flotation Device, Group Selection

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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 5

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14 May 2011
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 6

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14 May 2011
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Slide 1 male battles and the evolution of sneaky sex: Assessing the social environment & phenotypic plasticity selective maintenance of alternative phe
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Parental Investment

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14 May 2011
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Why are female battles rare? (why males are more gorgeous) Long tailed dance flies: females form swarms shaped like a disk. Females breathe air to infl
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 7

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14 May 2011
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Mate choice and levels of selection: goods or services -> females want for direct benefits, good genes -> good for the offspring superior quality compa
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 3

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14 May 2011
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) phenotype can encompass other bodies: the power of parasites. Found in scientific endeavours in some cases as different as animal behaviour and tests
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UTMBIO318Y5Sanja Hinic- FrlogWinter

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Ethology

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7 Apr 2014
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Get the 10th edition because it has been extensively revised. Office dv3051; feel free to come in anytime. Go to prof to talk about the lab project. Si
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneWinter

2nd half Lecture 1

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14 May 2011
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Fig 1. 13 from animal behaviour copyright sinauer press (from original gary larson cartoon) Darwinian selection and the biological environment: the cre
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UTMBIO318Y5Sanja Hinic- FrlogSpring

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Paper Wasp, Deimatic Behaviour, Ethology

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7 Apr 2014
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UTMBIO318Y5Sanja Hinic- FrlogWinter

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Parasitic Disease, Parasitoid, Electronic Assessment

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7 Apr 2014
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Last lecture: fitness of both males and females are on different levels. Behavioural and other adaptations in different populations can lead to populat
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UTMBIO318Y5Sanja Hinic- FrlogWinter

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Worker Bee, Scientific Method, Heterosis

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7 Apr 2014
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Crickets chirping: chirps + 40 = temperature. Why study animal behaviour: review of last class, understanding adaptiveness and diversity of animals, be
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