Division of Integrative Organismal Systems
Environmental and Structural Systems Cluster
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The Environmental & Structural Systems thematic area focuses on the functional evolution of organisms in their physiochemical and biotic environments. Included are studies of physiological ecology, evolutionary physiology, stress physiology, functional morphology and movement, animal sensation, computational and systems neuroscience, and environmental genomics. Proposals that include computational or engineering approaches in any of these areas of biology are encouraged.
R. Paul Malchow. Animal Sensation and Movement, Computational Neuroscience, function and evolution of sensory input
Irwin Forseth. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology - Plants and Microbes
Dianna Padilla. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology - Animals
Frontiers in Evolutionary Biology - a workshop report
Integration of Development and Physiology: Mechanisms Shaping Animal Phenotypes Dear Colleague Letter
An Integrative Developmental Biology Workshop Report
What Has Been Funded (Recent Awards Made Through This Program, with Abstracts)
Map of Recent Awards Made Through This Program