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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(2020-05-03)Rising atmospheric CO2 concentration will affect species-specific responses to carbon (C) gain in plants, in turn impacting plant productivity in natural and agro-ecosystems in the future. Several interacting environmental ...
(2020-03-30)Over half of the world’s grass species, including some of the most productive food and energy crops, use C4 photosynthesis. However, the responses of C4 crops to global atmospheric change, specifically rising carbon dioxide ...
(2019-12-18)The growing problem of mosquito resistance to chemical insecticides has reinforced the urgent need to develop alternative vector control strategies that exploits current advances in mosquito biology including mosquito-microbe ...
(2020-05-12)Honey bee viruses, capable of causing a wide variety of detrimental effects, are an important dimension of honey bee health management. To date, there are no effective treatments for viral infection in honey bees and ...
The role of agricultural intensification in modulating ecosystem properties of embedded subtropical wetlands (2020-05-08)Natural wetlands are unique ecosystems that offer substantial services to the surrounding landscape, are host to immense biodiversity, and are the largest global emitters of biogenic methane to the atmosphere. The unique ...