BIOL-3314 Animal Behavior

The purpose is to recognize the role of animal behavior as a response to environmental pressure over organisms in evolution, and also, to acknowledge the ecological importance of behavior flexibility, compared to morphological and physiological features of organisms. The course also discusses the physiological basis of processes associated with the expression of animal behavior. It channels the interest of students in animal behavior in order to provide theoretical fundamentals that enable a better understanding of evolution history, the functioning and value of animals