Böceklerde ebeveyn koruması

Rukiye Tanyeri, Ünal Zeybekoğlu

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Ebeveyn koruması, doğacak veya yumurtadan çıkacak olan yavruların yaşam şansını artırmak için sergilenen sosyal bir davranıştır. Hayvan grupları arasında dikkat çekici bir çeşitlilik göstermektedir. Evrimsel biyoloji ve davranışsal ekolojinin de çeşitli sorularla ele aldığı önemli konulardan biridir. Özellikle memeliler ve kuşlarda daha yaygın olan bu davranış, hayvanlar aleminin en çeşitli grubu olan böceklerde de nadir de olsa görülmektedir. Bu makalede, farklı böcek taksonlarında görülen ebeveyn koruması, daha önce yapılan çalışmalar çerçevesinde değerlendirilmiştir.  


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