From Genes to Animal Behavior - Social Structures, Personalities, Communication by Color

von: Miho Inoue-Murayama, Shoji Kawamura, Alexander Weiss

Springer-Verlag, 2011

ISBN: 9784431538929 , 413 Seiten

Format: PDF

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Preis: 178,49 EUR

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From Genes to Animal Behavior - Social Structures, Personalities, Communication by Color


 

The biological and genetic bases of behavioral diversity have long been topics of study within many disciplines, including evolutionary biology, genetics, ethology, sociobiology, and comparative psychology, but only relatively recently have attempts been made to bring these different approaches together. This volume covers a wide range of interdisciplinary research which uses some of the newest and most promising methods and technologies. Presented here is an overview of findings in the ongoing search for the ultimate causes of behavior in several different species, including primates, dogs, rodents, birds, and fish. Divided into five parts, the work describes research on sexual and kin selection, personality and temperament, molecular genetics of personality, color vision and body coloration, and the neurological underpinnings of complex behaviors. Valuable for researchers as well as graduate students in a wide range of fields from neuroscience to ecology, the book is also useful to those seeking to move beyond the boundaries of their own discipline and to expand their knowledge.