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Course Guides 1990-1999

Note: The Spring supplement for each year was intended to be used with the previous year's Fall course guide, which included a preliminary Spring course listing.

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Course Guides 1990
   January 1990, Spring 1990 Supplement, Fall 1990, Fall 1990 Supplement

Course Guides 1991
   January 1991, Spring 1991, Fall 1991, Fall 1991 Supplement

Course Guides 1992
   January 1992, Spring 1992 Supplement, Fall 1992, Fall 1992 Supplement

Course Guides 1993
   January 1993, Spring 1993 Supplement, Fall 1993, Fall 1993 Supplement

Course Guides 1994
   January 1994, Spring 1994, Fall 1994

Course Guides 1995
   January 1995, Spring 1995 Supplement, Fall 1995

Course Guides 1996
   January 1996, Spring 1996 Supplement, Fall 1996

Course Guides 1997
   January 1997, Spring 1997 Supplement, Fall 1997

Course Guides 1998
   January 1998, Spring 1998 Supplement, Fall 1998

Course Guides 1999
   January 1999, Spring 1999 Supplement 1, Spring 1999 Supplement 2, Fall 1999, Fall 1999 Supplements 1&2, Fall 1999 Supplement 3

Course Description Fall 1994

CCS 137                                        Animal Behavior
                                                       Ray Coppinger

What is an animal doing when it "behaves"? What motivates it to move? In this course we will explore the lives of animals as a biologist. Animals have a range of activities: they feed, they reproduce, and they spend much of their time protecting themselves from the environment. Did they evolve these behaviours through some genetic method as Darwin suggested or have they learned the techniques of living successful lives from their mother or perhaps careful observations of other animals? As scientists we will look in some detail at animal behavior and explore the methods that other scientists have used to try to answer thee questions.

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