SICB Annual Meeting 2017

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Justin Havird, Colorado State University Orchids mimic human BO to attract mosquitos

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Devin P. Merullo, University of Wisconsin-Madison Corals may show complex, coordinated behavior
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Phoebe Edwards, University of Toronto The technological potential of earwax







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Julie Charbonnier, Virginia Commonwealth University The mystery of the earless toads
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Medhavi Amberdar, Oklahoma State University Bats avoid collisions by calling less in a crowd









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Kaitlyn Lowder, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Bio-inspired suction cups withstand more than splashes











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Emily Elderbrock, University of Memphis Sticky toes provide clues to evolution
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Ashley Booth, Nicholls State University Neonicotinoid pesticide affects foraging and social interaction in bumblebees










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They can all be viewed at http://www.newswise.com/institutions/newsroom/3490/

Other SICB papers that were picked up by the press:

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Scaly wings help these butterflies soarAbstract
Watch a zebra turn its tail into a surprisingly effective fly swatterAbstract
How the slimy hagfish ties itself up in knots – and survives shark attacksAbstract
Unusually loose skin helps hagfish survive shark attacksAbstract
This video reveals why there’s no clean way to peel an orangeAbstract
Watch an elephant pick up a tortilla chip with her trunk – without breaking itAbstract
Why large dogs live fast – and die youngAbstract
How do gut microbes help herbivores? Counting the ways (on the SICB wide Symposium, With a Little Help from My Friends: Microbial Partners in Integrative and Comparative Biology, Organized by Kevin Kohl & Denise Dearing)Symposium
It takes guts for a sea spider to pump bloodAbstract
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