ethogram


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ethogram

(ē′thə-grăm′)
n.
A systematic inventory listing and describing the behavioral patterns of an organism or a species.
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The videos were analyzed a posteriori and the behaviors exhibited by the fish were described as aggressive display components in the ethogram of the species.
After the students construct plausible, testable hypotheses about avian nesting behavior based on their initial ethogram, they design data sheets, continue to use CamClickr, and create ethograms that could test their hypotheses.
0 (Noldus ITC, The Netherlands), with a specific configuration based on the ethogram of the mouse developed by Brain, McAlliste and Walmsley (1989).
Ethogram (e-tho-gram) A record that indicates all of the behaviors that an animal exhibits in its environment.
An Ethogram of the Common Marmoset (Calithrix Jaccus Jaccus): General Behavior Repertoire.
They focused on overall herd movements and interanimal distances and developed the first ethogram for these animals during a net set for tuna.
Keywords: Aggression; Sexual differences; Nursery school children; Ethological framework; Ethogram.
The description of the Badlands Ecosystem was beautiful and the ethogram provided in Chapter 3 will be very useful to other researchers of bison behavior and ecology.
For this, a well defined broiler ethogram was used to minimize the chances of errors in diagnosing a particular behavior.
An ethogram was constructed showing 19 chromatic, 5 locomotor, and 12 postural components, or body patterns, associated with reproductive behavior.
2015), an ethogram for wild beluga whales based on studies at Eagle Bay in Cook Inlet (Howe et al.