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Overcoming Structure / Stability Trade-offs in Ecological Networks

Many biological phenomena arise from the scaling from individual interactions (e.g., between genes, proteins, metabolites, cells including neurons, organs, organisms, and species) to systems. Network approaches have transformed the study of such systems, given that the structure of networks is typically non-random and often strongly related to system-level functioning and response to perturbations. Still, many network structural features are associated with clear trade-offs.

A conserved morphogenetic mechanism for epidermal ensheathment of nociceptive sensory neurites

Jiang N, Rasmussen JP, Clanton JA, Rosenberg MF, Luedke KP, Cronan MR, Parker ED, Kim H-J, Vaughan JC, Sagasti A et al..  2019.  A conserved morphogenetic mechanism for epidermal ensheathment of nociceptive sensory neurites. Elife. 8

Sleep research goes wild: new methods and approaches to investigate the ecology, evolution and functions of sleep

Rattenborg NC, de la Iglesia HO, Kempenaers B, Lesku JA, Meerlo P, Scriba MF.  2017.  Sleep research goes wild: new methods and approaches to investigate the ecology, evolution and functions of sleep. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 372(1734):20160251.

Sleepmore in Seattle: Later school start times are associated with more sleep and better performance in high school students

Dunster GP, de la Iglesia L, Ben-Hamo M, Nave C, Fleischer JG, Panda S, de la Iglesia HO.  2018.  Sleepmore in Seattle: Later school start times are associated with more sleep and better performance in high school students. Science Advances. 4(12):eaau6200.

Kisspeptin Neurons in the Arcuate Nucleus of the Hypothalamus Orchestrate Circadian Rhythms and Metabolism

Padilla SL, Perez JG, Ben-Hamo M, Johnson CW, Sanchez REA, Bussi IL, Palmiter RD, de la Iglesia HO.  2019.  Kisspeptin Neurons in the Arcuate Nucleus of the Hypothalamus Orchestrate Circadian Rhythms and Metabolism. Current Biology.

Scent matters: differential contribution of scent to insect response in flowers with insect vs. wind pollination traits

Wang TN, Clifford MR, Martínez-Gómez J, Johnson JC, Riffell JA, Di Stilio VS.  2018.  Scent matters: differential contribution of scent to insect response in flowers with insect vs. wind pollination traits. Annals of Botany.

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