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e·tho·gram

 (ē′thə-grăm′)
n.
A systematic inventory listing and describing the behavioral patterns of an organism or a species.

ethogram

(ˈiːθəˌɡræm)
n
(Zoology) a description of an animal's behaviour

e•tho•gram

(ˈi θəˌgræm)

n.
a pictorial inventory of the repertoire of behavior patterns shown by the members of a species.
[1965–70; etho- (as comb. form representing ethology) + -gram1]
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This first issue includes an update of the Cook Inlet abundance and trend time series through 2012, a synopsis of Alaska beluga whale prey based on stomach content analyses, an ethogram for wild beluga whales based on studies at Eagle Bay, three papers on the Yakutat Bay beluga group, and a novel beluga monitoring project conducted on the Little Susitna River.
We generated an ethogram template for redwings by using the vocalizations and behaviors recorded in previous experiments of redwing nest defense that were found in the literature (Supplementary Materials: S Table 2).
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After the students construct plausible, testable hypotheses about avian nesting behavior based on their initial ethogram, they design data sheets, continue to use CamClickr, and create ethograms that could test their hypotheses.
They focused on overall herd movements and interanimal distances and developed the first ethogram for these animals during a net set for tuna.
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We developed a behavioral ethogram to aid in quantifying the social and agonistic interactions observed in immature amblypgyids.