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Guest editors: Craig E. Franklin and Hans H. Hoppeler
In a series of Reviews by experts working across different taxa and environmental drivers, this special issue explores the significant role of experimental biology in assessing and predicting the susceptibility or resilience of species to future, human-induced environmental change. It highlights the need for data sharing and better integration across scientific disciplines if we are to address the impacts humans are having on our physical and natural world.
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In the field: an interview with Robyn Hetem
Robyn Hetem水蜜桃成视频人在线看.街拍丝袜.白洁老师 reflects on working with species ranging from aardvark to zebra, and the impact COVID-19 has had on fieldwork.
Find out more about the series in our Editorial and see below for more interviews.
Attack behaviour in naive gyrfalcons is modelled by the same guidance law as in peregrine falcons, but at a lower guidance gain by Caroline Brighton, Katherine Chapman, Nicholas Fox, Graham Taylor
Reviews and Commentaries
Responses of terrestrial polar arthropods to high and increasing temperatures by Simon Bahrndorff, Jannik M. S. Lauritzen, Mathias H. Sørensen, Natasja K. Noer, Torsten N. Kristensen
Neuroethology of number sense across the animal kingdom by Andreas Nieder
Are mitochondria the main contributor of reactive oxygen species in cells? by Yufeng Zhang, Hoi Shan Wong