Animal Behavior/Ch3

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Chapter 3. Proximate Mechanisms of Behavior[edit]

This chapter explores the most immediate biological functions that are responsible for producing a particular observation. The material aims to provide an understanding of how a behavior is elicited and coordinated. It includes a search for the impact of genetic components, physiological mechanisms, environmental conditions needed, and hormones on behavior.


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