All of the lab's research employs a comparative, interdisciplinary approach that combines and integrates the molecular, cellular, physiological, morphological, organismal, ecological, and evolutionary levels of analysis. The research is conducted both in the laboratory and in the field to illustrate how the causal mechanisms and functional outcomes of reproductive processes operate at each level of biological organization while, at the same time, illuminating the relations among the levels.
Affiliated Research Units
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