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UNO Biology Professor in New Scientist
By Dr. Whittenburg (on 6/19/2012 @ 11:26:20, in Vice President Ramblings, read 973 times)
New Scientist magazine published an article on Thursday highlighting the work of UNO Assistant Professor of Biology Simon Lailvaux. The article was entitled:“Angry Lizard Starts Fight for No Reason.” Lailvaux studies the interface between function and behavior of animal species. He is particularly interested in how physiological capacities affect the evolution of reproductive strategies and associated traits. In his work, he studies lizards, insects, crabs and fish to address behavioural and evolutionary hypotheses regarding reproductive success.
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