Gordon G.  Gallup, Jr.  Professor College of Arts and Sciences Department: Psychology Expertise: Evolution and behavior; human reproductive competition; biology of interpersonal attraction; semen chemistry and behavior; brain evolution; voice attractiveness; body morphology and behavior; yawning; grip strength; kissing; paternal assurance tactics

Gordon G. Gallup, Jr. Professor College of Arts and Sciences Department: Psychology Expertise: Evolution and behavior; human reproductive competition; biology of interpersonal attraction; semen chemistry and behavior; brain evolution; voice attractiveness; body morphology and behavior; yawning; grip strength; kissing; paternal assurance tactics

Virtual Lab: Population Biology - How does competition affect population growth?

Virtual Lab: Population Biology - How does competition affect population growth? I've used this lab in my class and it is very concrete - good for low and high levels of high school kids!

Team Building Task-The Cup Challenge - take a rubber band and tie 6 strings to it (though I think 5 would work if you want smaller groups). Participants must use only the strings to move 6 cups into a pyramid formation.  You can make this a competition between the groups or give them harder cup moving tasks.

Team Building Task-The Cup Challenge - take a rubber band and tie 6 strings to it. Participants must use only the strings to move 6 cups into a pyramid formation. You can make this a competition between the groups or give them harder cup moving tasks.

Wind Dispersed Fruits Seeds Quizzes: O level biology Quiz 108 Questions and Answers - Practice biology quizzes based questions and answers to study wind dispersed fruits seeds quiz with answers. Practice MCQs to test learning on wind dispersed fruits and seeds, digestion: enzyme catalyzed process, decomposition in biology, reproduction in plants: pollination, circulatory system quizzes. Online wind dispersed fruits seeds worksheets has study guide as competition for food and light can be..

Blood Clotting: O Level Biology Quiz - MCQs Questions - Biology Quiz Answer 81

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Scientific American -- "Fruit of prickly scorpion's–tail plant", Scorpiurus muricatus. The photo—taken using a stereomicroscope with illumination in a dark field—received first place in the category "Scientific Microphotography.

A new conceptual evolutionary model proposed in 2015 & published 2016 in the journal Biologia by Roberto Cazzolla Gatti, Tomsk State U (Russia), reviewed the mechanism of speciation, suggesting that competition & a struggle for the existence are not the main drivers of evolution. This research points out the importance of avoidance of competition, biological history, endogenosymbiosis, & 3-dimensionality as the main forces that structure ecosystems & allow the evolution of biological…

Cooperation, not struggle for survival, drives evolution

This ADAPTATIONS Interactive Science notebook contains pages for behavioral and structural (physical) adaptations, resources, competition, migration, hibernation, camouflage, learned behavior, mimicry, body parts, extinct, endangered, and threatened organisms.

ADAPTATIONS Interactive Notebook - {Animals and Plants} Behavioral / Structural

Great Task Cards for your Ecology Unit! Check out the preview for more details.

Ecology Task Cards: Populations and Communities

32 Questions to Prep Before Your Med School Interview

36 Common Medical School Interview Questions

Getting ready for a medical school interview? Prepare with these commonly asked medical school interview questions.

The Guianan Cock-of-the-rock, is a South American passerine about 30 cm (12 in) in length. The bright orange male has an extraordinary half-moon crest, which is used in competitive displays and to attract a female.

The Guianan Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola rupicola) is a South American passerine about 30 cm in) in length. The bright orange male has a prominent half-moon crest, which is used is competitive displays in lek gatherings to attract a female.

The members of the Fruit Tree Guild support the fruit tree in numerous ways: by luring beneficial insects for pollination, boosting soil tilth & fertility, reducing root competition, conserving water, balancing fungal population to counter disease, diversifying the yield of food, creating habitat, & several other functions. The result is a healthier tree & a varied ecology. Also, this biological support replaces human intervention, shifting the gardener’s workload onto the broad back of…

The members of the Fruit Tree Guild support the fruit tree in numerous ways: by luring beneficial insects for pollination, boosting soil tilth

15 Jokes That Only Biologists Will Fully Understand

15 Jokes That Only Biologists Will Fully Understand

15 Jokes That Only Biologists Will Fully Understand. I'm no biologist, and I understand this.

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