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Behavioral Systems - News


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social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum Farming amoebae carry around detoxifying food
Released April 21, 2016
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a male ring-tailed lemur Lemurs mix smelly secretions to make richer, longer-lasting scents
Released April 19, 2016
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an infant baboon rides on its mother's back Rough childhoods have ripple effects for wild baboons
Released April 19, 2016
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image of a bearcat Why bearcats smell like buttered popcorn
Released April 13, 2016
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a western bluebird Bluebird's conundrum: Shack up now or hang out in mom's nest for a while?
Released February 18, 2016
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a bedbug Researchers sequence bed bug genome, find unique features
Released February 2, 2016
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image of a bed bug International genome research partnership uncovers bed bug resistance to pesticides
Released February 2, 2016
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image of a bed bug Bed bug genome uncovers biology of a pest on the rebound
Released February 2, 2016
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a spotted hyena investigates a puzzle box Study shows animals with larger brains are best problem-solvers
Released January 25, 2016
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2 chimpanzees interact in Gombe National Park Sociable chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
Released January 15, 2016
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chimps being sociably interactive Gregarious chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
Released January 15, 2016
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honey bee workers caring for their queen mother Conflict among honeybee genes supports theory of altruism
Released January 11, 2016
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a pair of voles Some prairie vole brains are better wired for sexual fidelity
Released December 10, 2015
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a female hamster displays aggressive behavior IU study: Short winter days trigger aggression hormones differently based on sex
Released November 18, 2015
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an observation nest of yellow jacket wasps Study spells out why some insects kill their mothers
Released October 29, 2015
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zebras Dynamic social network analysis reveals animal social behaviors
Released October 21, 2015
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Monk Parakeets Fighting Mental math helps monk parakeets find their place in pecking order
Released September 10, 2015
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tree of life created with bacterial cultures The pronoun I is becoming obsolete
Released August 19, 2015
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the throat fan of the Jamaican Gray lizard Look at me! Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention
Released August 14, 2015
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George Uetz Spiders quickly learn eavesdropping to gain ground on the mating competition
Released August 4, 2015
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kids jumping rope Exercising early in life yields rewards in adult years
Released June 25, 2015
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baboons The majority rules when baboons vote with their feet
Released June 19, 2015
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a Toba/Qom child sleeps Access to electricity is linked to reduced sleep
Released June 19, 2015
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wasps Do insect societies share brain power?
Released June 17, 2015
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a swarm of army ants Underground ants can't take the heat
Released June 15, 2015
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the Automated Radio Telemetry System on a sloth We are entering a 'golden age' of animal tracking
Released June 12, 2015
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spotted hyenas It's best to make friends of friends
Released May 15, 2015
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lemurs Male hormones help lemur females rule
Released May 12, 2015
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Noodle, a female baboon from Kenya Big butts aren't everything to male baboons
Released April 20, 2015
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biology graphic New Notre Dame paper examines social effects on the gut microbiome of wild baboons
Released March 16, 2015
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