DIRECTORATE FOR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BIO)

INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCES (IBN)

Physiology and Ethology


Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology

Supports research that addresses ecological or evolutionary questions in the areas of morphology, comparative physiology, physiological ecology, and biomechanics of plants, animals, protists, fungi, and bacteria, with emphasis on the study of whole organisms, living or extinct. These studies focus largely on how physiological or morphological mechanisms have evolved and how they may influence evolutionary pathways or interactions between organisms and their biotic or physiochemical environment.

    Target Dates: January 12 and July 12 (annually)


REFERENCE: GP1998-1148