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ethogram

[′ē·thə‚gram]
(ecology)
An extensive list, inventory, or description of the behavior of an organism.
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The behavioral data from ethograms was electronically collated and collectively analyzed using IBM SPSS (2013) statistical package which was used to generate the Pearson product moment coefficient of correlation statistics presented in the results.
Activities measured in ethograms for the categories: adult males, adult females and pups of the Guadalupe fur seal at San Benito Archipelago, in the territory with the best conditions of observations and individuals, from July 1 to July 18, 2007.
Ethograms depict patterns of animal behavior; as such, they are useful tools to permit students to generate--and, with appropriate replication, test--hypotheses about their observations.
deletron (59) is comparable to that for other squids for which ethograms are available: 16 components (chromatic only) in Doryteuthis plei (Hanlon, 1982), 59 mentioned for Sepioteuthis affinis (Mauris, 1989), 28 in Loligo forbesii (Porteiro et al.
In this study we also proposed a new sampling procedure for quantitative ethograms that minimizes problems of pseudoreplication.
Some of the behaviors described in the cetacean ethograms, such as leaping, are shared among different species (Norris and Dohl, 1979; Dudzinski, 1996; Muller et al.
Degree of postoperative pain was assessed for the first 4 days after surgery by use of 3 methods: an electronic perch for assessment of weight-bearing load differential of the pelvic limbs, 4 pain scales, and analysis of video-recorded partial ethograms for bird activity and posture.
Chapter 3, Developing Ethograms, is the first direct foray into animal behavior.
Precopulatory male ethograms of three species of Lycosa Latreille 1804 (Araneae: Lycosidae) of the Iberian peninsula.
fasciata, Navanax inermis, and Bursatella leachii) have similar behavioral descriptions or ethograms (Kupfermann and Carew, 1974; Susswein et al.
It is therefore useful to compare the ethograms of these two Loligo species with that of S.