Predicting Pesticide Impacts from Genetic Data
Evan McCartney-Melstad

Predicting Pesticide Impacts from Genetic Data […]

Patty Gowaty

I study sex. Don't get too excited: I study sex in Drosophila fruit - flies and in bluebirds, and sometimes in mallards and mice-most often in the field and sometimes in the lab. I am interested in the reproductive decisions that males and females make, i.e., when and with whom to mate and reproduce, and what factors influence or constrain these decisions. [ read more]

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