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Department
Biology
Course
BIO318Y5
Professor
Sanja Hinic- Frlog
Semester
Winter

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BIO318 Lecture 1 - Lectures don’t follow the textbook - Get the 10 edition because it has been extensively revised - Office DV3051; feel free to come in anytime - Go to Prof to talk about the lab project - Slide 1 o Slug mating  Simplest of habits, but not for mating  Leopard slugs found in Western Canada  Leaves a slime for the pursuer  Hermaphrodites  Twirl together and then slide down the slime of mucous  Inverts male organs above their head and it grows longer and longer and it becomes intertwine with one another’s male organs  Fan out to form translucent glow  Sperm passes from one slug to another; each has been fertilized o Animal behaviour in action o Hermaphrodites exchange sperms o Why the elaborate display? o Interested in adaptation to the environment ; natural behaviour  Functions of behaviour o Why is behaviour relevant?  Ethology (from the 1950s-60s)
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