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www.porcellio.scaber.org/woodlice/habitat.htm

Habitat and behaviour of the woodlouse, Porcellio scaber.

www.porcellio.scaber.org/woodlice/expback.htm

In most of the suggested investigations you will be looking at behavioural adaptations of the woodlice to changes in its habitat. The information given below is ...

www.nuffieldfoundation.org/practical-biology/investigating-turn-alternation-behaviour-woodlice

Nov 29, 2011 ... Class practical This investigation is concerned with a causal explanation of the behaviour shown by woodlice in a maze. At some points the ...

www.nature.com/articles/477513f

Sep 29, 2011 ... Highly read at jeb.biologists.org during August. Among the most-read papers at the Journal of Experimental Biology last month was a blast from ...

www.nuffieldfoundation.org/sites/default/files/files/Woodlice%20habitats%20-%20merged%20PDF.pdf

Nuffield Practical Work for Learning: Argumentation • Woodlice habitats • Student sheet page 1 of 5 .... Students consider a claim about woodlice behaviour and.

www.amentsoc.org/bug-club/fun/experiment-turning.html

This is a behavioural expreriment that children can do using woodlice. It teaches them scientific and analytical techniques as well as the behaviour of woodlice.

jeb.biologists.org/content/jexbio/14/2/178.full.pdf

suitable apparatus for precise humidity behaviour studies is available (Gunn & .... This behaviour of wood-lice is very easily demonstrated and has been found to.

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/organisms_behaviour_health/behaviour/revision/7

Behaviour can be investigated in the 'field' or in the laboratory. It can be observed and ... The behaviour of woodlice is often studied in schools. Several woodlice ...

www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Morris11/publication/233451981_Using_woodlice_Isopoda_Oniscoidea_to_demonstrate_orientation_behaviour/links/0c960516e1b2b623cc000000/Using-woodlice-Isopoda-Oniscoidea-to-demonstrate-orientation-behaviour

Woodlice rely on behavioural adaptations to avoid desiccation. They move towards dark and humid environments by a kinesis (Sutton, 1972). This means that ...