Bio3520 Chapter 11 Antipredator Behavior
  1. Animal response to predation includes               behavior, ranging from immune responses to        size selection and group tactics.
  2. Response to predation often involves a           with foraging activities that affect models such as optimal foraging theory.
  3. Another tradeoff may involve choosing between different            , affecting traits such as hatching time.
  4. Alarm signals include different kinds of alarm calls and tail           .
  5. Prey animals sometimes approach predators, and engage in             activities, usually in groups.
  6. Inspection behavior affects        size, interpopulational differences may be largely shaped by          selection.
  7. a predator-prey arms race may play a role in the evolution of relative        size in many animals.
  8. Brain power may be useful in             plasticity such as learning about predators.