SICB Annual Meeting 2016


AuthorsNewswise ArticleOther News PickupAbstract
Devin P. Merullo, University of Wisconsin-MadisonCorals respond to changing ocean conditions by altering regulation of the DNA messageOther NewsAbstract
Karen Word, University of California, DavisTrinidadian guppies help 7th graders understand evolutionAbstract
Desmond Ramirez, University of California, Santa BarbaraPost-exercise fog muddies a see-through shrimp’s cloak of invisibilityOther NewsAbstract
Joel Garrett, Virginia TechDogfighting bees perform aerial combat right at researcher’s front doorAbstract
Laura Booth, Golden Gate Raptor ObservatoryHow three genes you’ve never heard of may influence human fertilityOther NewsAbstract
Casey Gilman, University of Massachusetts, AmherstSnakes show that eating can be bad for your healthOther NewsAbstract
Justin Havird, Colorado State UniversityZombified caterpillars forced to carb-load by parasitoid waspsOther NewsAbstract
Brenna Doheny, Medical University of South CarolinaBeneficial self-harming: sea slugs protect themselves by self-cuttingOther NewsAbstract

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Other SICB papers that were picked up by the press:

Xeroxed lung gene helps salamanders breathe through their skinAbstract
Fire ants slack off to avoid traffic jamsAbstract
Orchids give off human "body odor" to attract mosquitosAbstract
Saber-toothed salmon teeth more like tusks than fangsAbstract
Female organs revealed as weapons in sexual arms race Symposium 5: The Morphological Diversity of the Intromittent Organ