By Edward M. Barrows
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Extra info for Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, Second Edition
Good genes" hypothesis. The argument that mate choice advances direct fitness because it enhances the survival chances of offspring of choosy individuals by providing them with genes that promote viability. [JA] Refers to an argument explaining female choice in sexual selection where female's mate with males who have genotypes that will be more likely to produce successful offspring. Grade. A level of phenotypic organization attained by one or more species during evolution. Graded potential. Changes in electric potential on the membrane of living cells which do not lead to action potentials.
Generation time. 1. The average duration of a life cycle between birth and reproduction. 2. The mean preiod of time between reproduction of the parent generation and reproduction of the first filial generation. [LBC] Generational mutualism. A mutualistic relationship between members of different generations, as between parents and offspring. 45 Genetic code. The code that relates nucleotide sequences in nucleic acids to amino-acid sequences. Each triplet of nucleotides designates a particular amino acid; thus, the genetic code allows the translation of information stored in DNA and the use of that information in protein synthesis.
M) Geometric mean. The nth root of the product of n values. G = (x1 . xn)1/n. Geophagia. Refers to eating soil or earthy substances. [HWS] Geotaxis. An orientation response with respect to gravity. (V) Gestalt. When it is shown that a particular response or set of responses is under the control of a complex set of stimuli that has not yet been experimentally defined, then the complex set of stimuli is often termed a Gestalt. (V) A pattern of biological phenomena in which the properties of the functional whole differ from those predicted fromthe sum of the component parts.
Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, Second Edition by Edward M. Barrows