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July 13, 2021

Female vampire bats establish an egalitarian community within a roost rather than one based on a hierarchy of dominance often seen in animal groups, suggests a new study authored by Gerald Carter…

June 25, 2021

Data from: QTL mapping identifies candidate alleles involved in adaptive introgression and range expansion in a wild sunflower

Whitney, Kenneth D.; Broman, Karl W.; Kane, Nolan C.; Hovick…

June 14, 2021

EEOB Professor, Meg Daly, studies animal systematics and ecology and serves as associate dean of undergraduate education. She shared her research with David Staley on Voices of Excellence. Listen…

May 24, 2021
Longitudinal patterns and linkages in benthic fine particulate organic matter composition, respiration, and nutrient uptake

James M. Hood, Lyndsie M. Collis, John D. Schade, Rebecca A. Stark,…

May 14, 2021

By comparing uncategorized fossil specimens to other fossils and bone samples, EEOB Assistant Professor, Jonathan Calede, and Gonzaga Assistant Professor, John Orcutt, have discovered a massive,…

April 24, 2021
Multiple concurrent and convergent stages of genome reduction in bacterial symbionts across a stink bug family

Alejandro Otero-Bravo & Zakee L. Sabree. 2021. Scientific Reports volume 11,…

April 24, 2021

Rachelle Adams, assistant professor of EEOB, discusses new research on Indian jumping ants that shows they can undergo dramatic reversible changes previously unknown in insects. Read the article…

April 24, 2021

Some snake venom is more complex than others: it all depends on the meal it is paired with. New research co-authored by Lisle Gibbs, professor of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, is…

March 24, 2021
Rapid stress hardening in the Antarctic midge improves male fertility by increasing courtship success and preventing the decline of accessory gland proteins following cold exposure

Oluwaseun M.…