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Department
Biology
Course
BIO328H5
Professor
Karen Williams
Semester
Winter

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BIO328-Lecture 2 Jan 4, 2012 -science-evidence based reasoning, covers many fields, really good history is science -history has become an important part-animals became ¾ billion years ago -free will-our ability to make conscious decisions-we don’t have full free fill -selection pressures-sexual selection, natural selection -socially-members of the same species Adaptation -traits-can be outside animals body, -animals have adapted -animals ACT as though they are purposeful Case Study-the cuckoo What is a cuckoo? -they’re European, also found in Japan -famous for cuckoo clock, sound is very famous -don’t need to hang around that long-they are parasites to other birds -do not provide parental care AT ALL -all female has to do is just drop her egg out there in the wrong place and someone else takes care of it-the social host of that parasite -cowbirds do the same and some ducks -made wooden models -comparison between cuckoo egg and host egg-amazing mimicry, made wooden models -eggs
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