Fb2 Survival Strategies: Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies ePub
by Raghavendra Gadagkar
|Publisher:||Harvard University Press (May 15, 2001)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1532 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1899 kb|
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Raghavendra Gadagkar. Ropalidia marginata is a primitively eusocial wasp widely distributed in peninsular India. November 1998 · BioScience.
Raghavendra Gadagkar. Although solitary females found a small proportion of nests, the vast majority of newnests are founded bysmall groups of females. 1997 December 1999 · Journal of Bioeconomics.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-192) and index. Did you know that Tasmanian hens have two husbands? That cellular slime molds commit suicide?
Includes bibliographical references (p.
The author weaves in the most recent evolutionary explanations of the strategies animals adopt for their survival. Irresistible and well illustrated. intriguing cameos of examples of how different species survive, on insects, mammals, birds, and fish.
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His first book, Survival Strategies, has been translated into Chinese and Korean. Gadagkar, Raghavendra (May 2001). Survival Strategies - Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies. Harvard: Harvard University Press. p. 212. ISBN 978-0-674-00611-9.
Survival Strategies: Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Journal of Bioeconomics 1, 323 (1999) doi:10. 1023/A:1010066414833.
Raghavendra Gadagkar (born, 1953) obtained . c (Hons) and . c. Welcome to my Home Page. Survival Strategies - Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies, Harvard University Press, 1997. in Zoology from Bangalore University and P. in Molecular Biology from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Social Biology of Ropalidia marginata - Toward Understanding the Evolution of Eusociality, Harvard University Press, 2001.
New Biological Books. Raghavendra Gadagkar. Patricia Adair Gowaty. Survival Strategies: Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies.
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R Gadagkar, Survival Strategies – Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies, Harvard University Press . Address for Correspondence Raghavendra Gadagkar Centre for Ecological Sciences Indian Institute of Science Bangalore 560 012, India
R Gadagkar, Survival Strategies – Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Societies, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA and Universities Press, Hyderabad, India, 1997. Address for Correspondence Raghavendra Gadagkar Centre for Ecological Sciences Indian Institute of Science Bangalore 560 012, India. in/hpg/ ragh 73. Related documents.
Did you know that Tasmanian hens have two husbands? That cellular slime molds commit suicide? That vampire bats will share food with hungry fellow bats and that hanuman langurs commit infanticide? Why creatures great and small behave in such fascinating and seemingly perplexing ways is explained in this delightful account of the evolutionary foundations of animal social behavior.
Only in recent years have biologists and ethologists begun to apply careful evolutionary thinking to the study of animal societies--and with spectacular results. This book presents the choicest of these findings, with a remarkable wealth of insights into the myriad strategies that animals have developed to perpetuate their kind. In an irresistible style, Raghavendra Gadagkar explores the strategies of cooperation and conflict adopted by animals--from the lordly lion to the primitive wasp worker--as they choose mates, raise their young, communicate with others, and establish the division of labor necessary to feed and protect the group and safeguard their territory.
Whether focusing on the birds or the bees, this book offers both superb descriptions and lucid explanations of many different behaviors encountered in the animal world: why a ground squirrel will sound an alarm--even risk its own safety--to warn fellow squirrels of impending danger; why weaver ant larvae donate silk for nest building; why house mice raise their offspring in a communal nursery; and how animals can recognize the relatives they want to favor--or avoid.
Illustrated with both photographs and explanatory diagrams, this expert and inviting tour of the social world of animals will inform and charm anyone curious about the motivations behind the amazing range of activity in the animal kingdom.