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Stephanie Strickler

Lecturer
Department of Biological Sciences
Murray State University
United States of America

Biography

She study how the members of animal families interact with each other, including how parents recognize their own offspring and how babies solicit food from their parents. She also study how the physiology and behavior of organisms change in response to urbanization.

Research Interest

physiology and behavior of organisms ecology

Publications

  • Strickler, SA. 2013. Recognition of familiar young in a colonially nesting bird.

  • Dugas, MB, Stynoski, J, & Strickler, SA. 2017. Offspring begging is a signal of quality in an egg-feeding frog. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 1024-1033.

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