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Ethology

Ethology is the study of non-human animal behaviour.


Det finns 59 sidor som är taggade med Ethology:
Erin McCallum

Erin McCallum

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Annika Hinze

Annika Hinze

aaze0002 Connecting behaviour and receptor function in mosquito olfaction I joined the Disease Vector Group, Department of Plant Protection Biology at SLU Alnarp as a PhD student in September 2018.

Sönke Eggers

Sönke Eggers

eggers My research involves basic ecology, social sciences and economics that allow farmers, NGO´s and advisors to share their knowledge, and together create regional conservation recommendations by

Magdalena Åkerfeldt

Magdalena Åkerfeldt

mpresto Researcher in pig production, nutrition and management Research interests: Nutrition, feeding and management in pig production with special focus on the relation between nutrition, feeding,

Elin Hernlund

Elin Hernlund

elinh I work as a researcher in biomechanics, as a clinician with a focus on equine orthopedics and as a teacher in functional and applied anatomy of the equine locomotor apparatus. As a post-doc

Enriched environments keep chickens optimistic

Chickens living in enriched environments remain happy despite exposure to stress, according to a study from SLU, Linköping University, Uppsala University and Neiker-Tecnalia, Spain. In the study, one

Private animal welfare standards – opportunities and risks

In all European countries, farmers keeping animals must comply with national animal welfare legislation, and if member of the EU also the EU legislation. Each government has a responsibility to make

Chicken behave more synchronised in smaller groups

Animals are often synchronised in their behaviour, with costs and benefits varying according to group size and the behaviour being performed. Synchronised behaviour is common in poultry, and

How are cats affected by being home alone?

Little is known about the cat’s need for human contact, although it is generally believed that cats are more independent than e.g. dogs. How true is this? In this study, researchers from the Swedish

Frauke Fedderwitz

Frauke Fedderwitz

fraukef I am a postdoctoral researcher interested in plant-herbivore-interactions. In my current project I focus on how pine weevil damage can be prevented with induced defenses in conifer seedlings

Assessing dog stress in a veterinary clinic

Assessment of dogs’ stress levels at the veterinary clinic is important for dog welfare as well as the safety of the personnel. But how could this be done in a feasible way? In this study from the

Human attachment style reflects in the dog-owner relationship

A recent study from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences investigated the adult attachment style in dog owners, which describes how you relate to other people, including aspects such as