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Fish Behaviour

Language

English

Course format On-site
Date 2021-01-04 - 2021-06-18

Objectives and Content

The subjects are the genetic basis of fish behaviour, motivation and ontogeny, different reactions to stimulation, and the most important sense organs. Special emphasis will be put on the behavioural ecology of foraging, reproduction and schooling, in particular differences in behaviour between populations and individuals. Selected articles and monographs will be discussed in seminars.

Prerequisites

Compulsory parts of Bachelor's degree in Biology/Sustainable Aquaculture, or equivalent.

Recommended Previous Knowledge

BIO280, BIO213, MAR210 (discontinued course).

Learning outcomes

The course aims to provide students with increased knowledge about the organisation and function of fish behaviour and how it can be quantified and analysed.

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ISCED Categories

Biology
Biotechnology
Ecology