Speaker: Dr Megan Ann Supple, Borevitz Lab, Plant Science, Research School of Biology, The Australian National University
New genomic techniques provide powerful tools to study adaptation in non-model organisms.
Speaker: Trevor Murray, Magrath Lab, EEG, RSB
Alarms are used by many species to warn allies of danger, benefiting themselves indirectly, while potentially saving the lives of the listeners.
Speaker: Sophie Mowles, Backwell Lab, EEG, RSB
When animals engage in aggressive encounters over resources, dangerous fighting is usually avoided with ‘fights’ instead being settled by stereotyped displays that may permit m
Speaker: Kecia Kerr, Backwell Lab, EEG, RSB
Behavior can be the most labile form of phenotypic plasticity, allowing organisms to respond immediately to changing conditions.