L'activite de deplacement et le reperage de la nourriture chez le bar juvenile captif
Movement activity and localization of food were studied dynamically with the objective of establishing the capacities of behavioral adaptation of the young Dicentrarchus labrax faced with a novel situation. The role played by previous rearing conditions was demonstrated, the level of stimulation being a sensitive intervening factor (currents associated with the food). The data show the favourable effects of such treatment, and are in agreement with work carried out on higher vertebrates, which have brought to light the importance of early stimulation in behavioral ontogeny which respect to emotionality as well as capacities of adaptation in subjects reaching adulthood.
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Anthouard, M, Paris, J
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Actes de colloques. Ifremer. Brest [ACTES COLLOQ. IFREMER.]. 1985