School of Integrative Biology
The School of Integrative Biology studies how the different components of life interact, from molecules through global cycles.
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(2018-04-13)Anthropogenic climate change has caused shifts in the abundances and geographic distributions of many organisms. Given the estimated rates of climate change in the coming decades, many plant species may be unable to migrate ...
Influence of habitat and bat activity on moth community composition and seasonal phenology across habitat types (2018-04-26)Understanding the factors that influence moth diversity and abundance is important for monitoring moth biodiversity and developing conservation strategies. Studies of moth habitat use have primarily focused on access to ...
Identifying dryinidae (hymenoptera) - auchenorrhyncha (hemiptera) host associations using phylogenetics (2018-04-20)Dryinidae is a family of ectoparasitoid wasps with cosmopolitan distribution that exclusively preys on and parasitizes members of the suborder Auchenorrhyncha (Hemiptera). Host records of these important biocontrol agents ...
Examining surface energy and moisture balance changes associated with land conversion from annual to perennial biofuel crops (2018-04-19)Population growth and shifts in the global economy are creating greater demand for food, fiber, and fuel. These demands are driving land use changes (LUC) associated with expanding food production and the search for ...
Pheromone chemistry and reproductive isolation in the subfamily Lamiinae (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) (2018-04-13)Research on the chemical ecology of cerambycid beetles has revealed that the pheromone chemistry of related species is often highly conserved. Sympatric species often share pheromone components, even having identical ...