in ecology and evolutionary biology
from Princeton University, an M.S.
Benjamin Chan, a co-author of the study and associate research scientist in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
at Yale University, and his team of scientists, collected the phages used in the treatment.
Over time, though, some species become more tolerant of humans' presence; the extent to which they do largely is driven by the type of environment in which the animals live and by their body size, according to Daniel Blumstein, professor and chair of ecology and evolutionary biology
at UCLA, who analyzed 75 studies conducted over the past half-century of 212 mammal, lizard, and bird species.
(2) Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Separate research by Daniel Rubenstein, a Princeton University professor of ecology and evolutionary biology
and a co-author of the Open Science paper, and Princeton undergraduate Damaris Iriondo strongly suggests that boldly striped zebras have external body temperatures about five degrees Fahrenheit cooler than other animals of the same size -- like antelopes -- that do not have stripes but live in the same areas.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
, University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
In this first major synthesis of homology in decades, the author (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
, Yale) develops the concept of character identity networks--regulatory networks of genes that enable differential gene expression independently of the form of the character being expressed.
Lead author Lucia Kwan, PhD candidate in U of Toronto's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
, said that their results show that the claws are used to increase sperm transfer to females who are resisting matings.
The series is called "The Individual in the Genomic Era" and is being organized by the Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students, an organization of graduate students in the UO's Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
. It's part of an effort to better communicate the results and importance of scientific research to a general audience.
of Sao Paulo), Bichuette (ecology and evolutionary biology
, Federal University of Sao Carlos), and Kapoor (formerly zoology, Jodpur University), offers an in-depth study of subterranean fishes, beginning with an overview of speleobiological concepts and moving into more current data and approaches formed by current leaders in the field, and ending with essays addressing the subterranean fishes of specific countries and continents.
Sherratt and Wilkinson's book centers around 10 big questions in ecology and evolutionary biology
, most of which will sound familiar: Why do we age?