Many organisms live with others and depend on each other for survival. For example many animals live in social groups.
When greeting a more dominant wolf a submissive would respond by?
Baring it teeth, raising its tail, ears and hackles
Covering its teeth, raising its head and staring
Covering its teeth, lowering its ears, hackles and tail
When describing altruistic behaviours in animals, which statement is correct?
Benefits the recipient and is detrimental to the donor
Neither benefits the donor or the recipient
Benefits both the donor and the recipient
What is the survival value of altruistic behaviour between related individuals?
It increases the chance of survival of shared genes in the recipient’s offspring or future offspring
It increases the chances of the donor surviving
It increases the chance of both the donor and recipient not surviving
Which of these following statements are incorrect?
Grooming reinforces rivalry between social primates
Social primates use appeasement behaviours to reduce conflict within the group
Co-operative hunting results in the group killing larger animals
Bees are social insects and have different roles to play within the group. Which of these is not a job of the worker bees?
Feeding and grooming larvae
Reproducing with the queen bee
A keystone species is one that plays a critical role in the working of the ecosystem. Which is not a benefit humans receive from keystone species?