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Emerging field of neuroecology is showcased in December issue of the Biological Bulletin
Date:12/17/2007

ow predators cope with foods that have been laced with a noxious, defensive chemical, by John I. Glendinning of Columbia University

  • Ecological functions of the natural products that marine organisms produce for chemical defense, by Valerie J. Paul et. al., Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, Florida

  • An evolutionary perspective on the defenses used by terrestrial arthropods, especially insects, by William E. Conner et. al., Wake Forest University

  • A review of inking as a means of chemical defense, especially for marine molluscs such as squid, octopuses, sea hares, and cuttlefish, by Charles D. Derby of George State University

  • The use of chemical defenses in plant-microbe interactions, by Florian Weinberger, Leibniz-Institut fr Meereswissenschaften, Kiel, Germany

    The tools are now available to work on neuroecology at a wide range of levels of biological organization, says Zimmer. An investigator of behavior doesnt have to stop at the level of cellular physiology or individual organisms; it is now possible to identify the consequences for energy and material flow throughout entire food webs, and for distributions and abundances of organisms within communities. There will continue to be real payoffs from making these broad connections.


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