Nanotechnology in Nature: iridescence and signal privatisation in butterflies
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Nanotechnology in Nature: iridescence and signal privatisation in butterflies […]

Peter Nonacs

I am interested in all sorts of biological questions from animal behavior to disease ecology. Recently I have become very interested in the paradox of diseases. If infectious disease is usually caused by organisms with very simple genomes consisting of relatively few genes, how can they overwhelm the complex and redundant immune systems of vertebrates, such as humans? [ read more]

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Daniel T. Blumstein
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