ethogram


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.

ethogram

[′ē·thə‚gram]
(ecology)
An extensive list, inventory, or description of the behavior of an organism.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Baseline corticosterone samples were obtained at 9:00 am on a separate day to the ethogram, within 3 minutes of entering the aviary room, to minimize the effects of daily photoperiod variation on the corticosterone levels.
All the behaviors related to reproduction are represented in the ethogram in Table 1.
Ethogram: An Ethogram was developed according to the requirement of current study plan.
Table 3 details the ethogram of the behaviors coded in this study.
Ethogram. The following ethogram was conducted for the Sri Lanka grey hornbill including different behavioral events in--and acts under--major types of behavior (self-maintenance behavior, locomotion behavior, reproduction behavior, and territorial display) (Table 1).
The Equid Ethogram: A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behavior.
The behaviors recorded followed a standardized felid ethogram compiled by Stanton et al.
Behavioral units in focal video recordings were scored based on an initial ethogram (Table 1).
Finally, the probabilities of transition were used in the construction of a flux ethogram that shows the sequence of steps and routes that the pre-courtship behavior in the D.