Biology - investigation of animal behaviour

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How can you investigate animal behaviour?
You can use choice chambers to identify behaviour in insects, such as woodlice
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What conditions can be controlled and/or changed?
Light intensity, humidity, dampness etc
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How would a choice chamber show us the behaviour of insects?
it shows us how in different conditions they respond differently, and what condition they feel most comfortable in
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What would be the place where woodlices would move too the most?
The chamber where it is damp and dark.
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How does the choice chamber show us what an insects habitat is like?
if most of the insects (such as woodlice) move towards a damp/ dark place, it shows us that they live in those sort of places, like under rocks etc.
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Why would you need to control the conditions in the choice chambers?
To make sure that the experiment was fair
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