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ORGANIZATION OF THE TEXT
GENES AND DEVELOPMENT
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action potentials activity adaptations adult alarm calls animal ants auditory bees behavior patterns behavioral abilities benefits biological birds black-headed gull bombykol brain capture Chapter colony Color copulate courtship cricket cues cultures detect display dominant ecological eggs environment environmental enzymes eusocial evolution evolutionary evolved example feeding female Figure flies foraging frog ganglion genes genetic genotype green heron gull habitat havior highly hive honeybee hunting hypothesis inclusive fitness incubation individuals innate insects interneuron kin selection kittiwake larvae laughing gull learning male male's mate mechanisms messages moth muscles nectar nervous system nest neural neurons offspring parental investment pheromone Photograph physiological polygyny potential predator prey produce progeny receptors reciprocal altruism relatively relay reproductive success response selection sensory sexual signals social Sociobiology song sounds sparrow species sperm stimuli subesophageal ganglion survival territory tion tive toad traits visual wasp white-crowned sparrows workers young