Hands-on (or face-on) research experienceUndergraduate James Liu with a Side-striped Chameleon (Chameleo ellioti) during a Field Biology Quarter in Kibale National Park, Uganda. (Photo by N. Losin, 2009).
Understanding how environmental chemical signals and cues mediate
various life - history processes can indicate the forces driving the
ecology and evolution of natural systems. Yet, these mechanisms remain
largely undescribed. [ read more]