5.Choose the most appropriate statement for each of the following items.a.Competition for resources, rapid depletion of food resources, cannibalism, and greater vulnerability to disease. b.A simple society brought together by reproductive self-interest; in bluegill sunfish, thelarger, more powerful males tend to claim the central nesting locations.c.The alarm calls of some mammals, and the writhing, regurgitating reaction of Australiansawfly caterpillars to a disturbance.d.Some individuals of a baboon troop adopt a subordinate status with respect to the other members.e.Social groups of predatory animals.1.
disadvantages of sociality2.
cooperative predator avoidance4.
the selfish herd5.
cooperative hunting6.A sexually reproducing, (1)____________________ parent caring for offspring is not helping exact(2)__________________ copies of itself. Each of its gametes, and each of its offspring, inherits(3)___________________ of its genes. Other individuals of the social group that have the same (4) _________________ also share genes with their parents. Two siblings are as (5) _______________ similar as a parent and its (6)___________________. Nephews and nieces share about(7) _______________ of their uncle's genes.(8)___________________ workers may be indirectly promoting genes for (9)_____ through altruistic behavior that will benefit their close (10)____________________. All of the individuals in honeybee,termite, and ant colonies are members of a great extended (11)____________________. Non-breedingfamily members support siblings, a few of which are future kings and (12)__________________.Although a guard bee dies after driving her stinger into a bear, siblings in the hive will perpetuatesome of her (13)____________________.7.___ The observable, coordinated responses that animals make to stimuli are what we call animal ______.a.imprinting b.instincts
behavior d.learning8.___ In ______, a particular behavior is performed without having been learned by actual experiencein the environment.a.natural selection b.altruistic behavior c.sexual selectiond.instinctive behavior