BIEB 166 Lecture 1 (WI13)

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Department
Biol/Ecology, Behavior, & Evol
Course
BIEB 166
Professor
James Nieh
Semester
Spring

Description
Lecture 1 Classical ethology - The study of animal behavior under natural conditions - Ethology begins with evolution and thus begins with Darwin ○ The expression of emotions in animals and man (1872) Theory of evolution - Favorable to the animal to adapt the environment - Natural selection Modern Ethology - Strategy to hunt animals through communications - 1973 Nobel Prize: ○ Niko Tinbergen (Netherlands): inter-communication of birds ○ Konrad Lorenz (Austria): imprinting of birds ○ Karl von Frisch (Austria): communication of bees Ethology means: A cautionary table of bee color vision Carl von Hess - Bees are color blind - Von Hess box: shine through light of different colo
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