ethogram


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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 frequency of each behavioral index was recorded every 5 seconds, to get a full 15 minutes, on a modified ethogram based on the one created by Silverman (1978).
Variables of behavioural patterns were recorded as occurrence frequency according to the designed ethogram (Table 1), which included both social play and environmental exploration activities.
The animals were observed by instantaneous focal sampling for three consecutive minutes, and an ethogram to organize the dates.
36-37), that it presents the first peer-reviewed ethogram of wild belugas.
Behavioral data were collected in accordance with an ethogram and locational data were recorded on an exhibit map created using ArcGIS.
Ethogram of behavior with emphasis on mating for the tanner crab Chionoecetes bairdi Rathbun.
About the ethogram, 1: From the ethogram as a language to the language of ethogram.
An ethogram of body patterning behavior in the squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii on spawning grounds in South Africa.
The present study used the same ethogram as that utilized by Gouveia et al.
agamemnon and construct its ethogram (Figure 1; Table 1), daily observations were made with an otoscope, using the focal observation technique, from beginning to end of the founding of the nest, from October/2003 to July/2007, totalling 410:19 hours observation.