4 edition of The behavioural ecology of ants found in the catalog.
|Statement||John H. Sudd and Nigel R. Franks.|
|Series||Tertiary level biology|
|Contributions||Franks, Nigel R.|
|LC Classifications||QL568.F7 S89 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||0412015714, 0412015617|
|LC Control Number||87006361|
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The Behavioural Ecology of Ants (Developments Series) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by J.H. Sudd (Author), N.R. Franks (Author) ISBN This book is concerned with two problems: how eusociality, in which one individual forgoes reproduction to enhance the reproduction of a nestmate, could evolve under natural selection, and why it is found only in some insects-termites, ants.
Buy The Behavioural Ecology of Ants (Tertiary Level Biology Series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders The Behavioural Ecology of Ants (Tertiary Level Biology Series): John H. Sudd, Nigel R. Franks: : Books. About this book Introduction This book is concerned with two problems: how eusociality, in which one individual forgoes reproduction to enhance the reproduction of a nestmate, could evolve under natural selection, and why it is found only in some insects-termites, ants and some bees and wasps.
Behavioural ecology of ants. Glasgow: Blackie ; New York: Chapman and Hall, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John H Sudd. The Behavioural Ecology of Ants | NHBS Academic & Professional Books Buy The Behavioural Ecology of Ants () (): NHBS - J Sudd, Chapman & Hall About Price Range: £ - £ J.H.
Sudd & N.R. Franks The behavioural The behavioural ecology of ants book of ants. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. The behavioural ecology of ants. This book presents an introduction to some of the explanations for the evolution of social behaviour in ants and reviews their phylogeny and diversity, reproductive strategies, conflicts within colonies, division of labour, worker design and performance, and communication by: Chapter 15 (Page no: ) The behavioural ecology of social parasitism in ants.
This chapter reviews the behavioural ecology of socially parasitic ants belonging to compound nests (i.e. the parasite and host species maintain their broods separately) or mixed colonies (i.e. the brood is kept communally, with the parasite's brood mixed with that of the host); behavioural.
Behavioural Ecology of Bark-digging Ants of the Genus Melissotarsus Ruth Mony 1 • Brian L. Fisher 2 • Martin Kenne 1 Maurice Tindo 1 • Alain Dejean 3* 1 Département de Biologie des Organismes Animaux, Faculté des Sciences de l’Université de.
Ants occur in almost every terrestrial habitat, from tundra north of the Arctic Circle (Brown, ) to the tip of Tierra del Fuego (Wilson, ).
In many ecological communities ants are so dominant that all the available space appears to be the province of one colony or another, and they occupy a large number of roles in each community.
The behaviour of polygynous queens.- Oligogyny.- Dominance hierarchies in workers.- Cooperation and competition.- 2 The Phylogeny of Ants.- The origin of ants.- The ant family tree.- A Mesozoic fossil ant.- A living fossil ant.- Adaptation to liquid feeding.- The subfamilies of ants.- 1.
Predatory ants may reduce infestation by herbivorous insects, and slow‐moving L epidopteran larvae are often vulnerable on foliage. We investigate whether caterpillars with morphological or behavioural defences have decreased risk of falling prey to ants, and if defence traits mediate host plant use in ant‐rich cerrado savanna.
The behavioural ecology of social parasitism in ants, R J Stuart, University of Florida, USA Part V: Synthesis Parasite behavioural ecology in a field of diverse perspectives, E E Lewis, J F Campbell and M V K Sukhdeo. Natural History.
Experiments on the instincts and behavior of ants. Honey Ants of the Garden of the Gods, and the Occident Ants of the American Plains, The. McCook, Henry Christopher () J.B. Lippincott & Co. English. Natural History. Written for the academic. Behavioral ecology, also spelled behavioural ecology, is the study of the evolutionary basis for animal behavior due to ecological pressures.
Behavioral ecology emerged from ethology after Niko Tinbergen outlined four questions to address when studying animal behaviors: What are the proximate causes, ontogeny, survival value, and phylogeny of a behavior?.
If an organism has. Behavioral Ecology. The study of Behavioral Ecology examines the ecological (proximate) and evolutionary (ultimate) causes of animal behavior and uses behavior to make predictions about ecological patterns. A major theme is social insects as model systems. The behavioural ecology of parasites.
Description This book addresses the behavioural adaptations of parasites across a broad range of taxa, including parasitoid wasps, entomopathogenic nematodes, seed-feeding insects and plant-parasitic nematodes. About the journal.
Bringing together significant work on all aspects of the subject, Behavioral Ecology is broad-based and covers both empirical and theoretical approaches. Studies on the whole range of behaving organisms Find out moreMissing: ants.
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Most technical terms are translated into common language as far as can. Competition between species, i.e. interspecific competition, has been a major theme in the study of wood ants and their role in species assemblages. This chapter considers interspecific competition as it relates to wood ants, including the behavioural interactions with other ant species and mechanisms of coexistence.In this book, initially published inProfessor Beattie reviews the fascinating natural history of ant–plant interactions, discusses the scientific evidence for the mutualistic nature of these relationships, and reaches some conclusions about the ecological and evolutionary processes that mold them.Her research covers tree-insect interactions, and riparian and wetland ecology.
Elva J. H. Robinson is a Lecturer in Ecology at the Department of Biology, University of York. Her research area is the behavioural ecology of social animal groups, with particular focus on the organisation of ant societies.
Contributors: Jenni A. Stockan.