Antipredator behavior of Kangaroos and Wallabies:integrating behavior and conservation
Dr. Dan Blumstein

Antipredator behavior of Kangaroos and Wallabies:integrating behavior and conservation […]

Barney Schlinger

I am interested in the proximate mechanisms controlling animal behavior, particularly in how hormones are involved. You might have thought that hormones are always slow - acting, but this is not true. For example, we have, for the first time, measured rapid changes in the amounts of the sex - steroid estradiol in the auditory system of birds as they interact with other birds or hear the sounds of other birds. [ read more]

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