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Behavioral Systems - News


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Yehuda Ben-Shahar and Xingguo Zheng A novel mechanism for fast regulation of gene expression
Released March 18, 2014
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the apparatus projecting visual stimuli Research maze puts images on floor, where rodents look
Released February 26, 2014
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biology graphic 'Team of rivals' approach works for sparrows defending territories
Released February 26, 2014
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a male house finch eat at a bird feeder Presence of humans and urban landscapes increase illness in songbirds, researchers find
Released February 4, 2014
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an adult Coquerel's Sifaka Lemur lovers sync their scents
Released January 31, 2014
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a male tungara frog Bats use water ripples to hunt frogs
Released January 23, 2014
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image of a túngara frog Risky ripples: Frog's love song may summon kiss of death
Released January 23, 2014
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an adult horned lizard of the genus Phrynosoma Living on islands makes animals tamer
Released January 9, 2014
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a colony of paperwasps Worker wasps grow visual brains, queens stay in the dark
Released January 6, 2014
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song sparrow on his territory Signalers vs. strong silent types: Sparrows exude personalities during fights
Released December 3, 2013
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hyena, scent communication Bacteria may allow animals to send quick, voluminous messages
Released November 11, 2013
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Kimberly A. Hughes Genetic rarity rules in wild guppy population
Released October 31, 2013
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a robotic frog that can inflate its vocal sac Robotic Frogs Help Turn a Boring Mating Call Into a Serenade
Released July 15, 2013
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pronhorn fawns Pronghorn Research Solves Decades-Old Evolutionary Controversy
Released April 8, 2013
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song sparrow singing in his territory "Get Off My Lawn": Song Sparrows Escalate Territorial Threats--With Video
Released February 12, 2013
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an electron microscopy image of roach antennae Grooming Helps Insects Keep Their Senses Sharpened
Released February 4, 2013
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image of golden shin­ers The Effective Collective: Grouping Could Ensure Animals Find Their Way in a Changing Environment
Released January 31, 2013
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a mouse brain 3-D reconstruction Is Athleticism Linked to Brain Size?
Released January 17, 2013
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William Driscoll with a vial of algae They Hunt, They Kill, They Cheat: Single-celled Algae Shed Light on Social Lives of Microbes
Released January 17, 2013
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Vanessa O. Ezenwa New Studies Reveal Connections Between Animals' Microbial Communities and Behavior
Released October 11, 2012
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image of a hyena Microbes Help Hyenas Communicate Via Scent
Released August 30, 2012
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a simulation of 16 prey projected onto a screen Video-gaming Fish Play Out the Advantages of Groups
Released August 23, 2012
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image of a spotted hyena Hyenas That Think Outside the Box Solve Problems Faster
Released August 8, 2012
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method to assess drought tolerance Research Makes Possible Rapid Assessment of Plant Drought Tolerance
Released July 26, 2012
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a female firefly Romancing the Firefly
Released June 26, 2012
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image of a moth Virgin Male Moths Think They're Hot When They're Not
Released June 6, 2012
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image of a junco Variations in Sex Steroid Gene Expression Can Predict Aggressive Behaviors
Released June 6, 2012
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moth probing flower Got Nectar? To Hawkmoths, Humidity is a Cue
Released May 29, 2012
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image of bees on a flower Commonly Used Pesticide Turns Honey Bees Into Picky Eaters
Released May 23, 2012
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honey bees propolis Bees 'Self-medicate' When Infected With Some Pathogens
Released March 30, 2012
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