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Copepod sex-ratio responds to selection

The Anholt Lab report the first multi-generational quantitative evidence that clutch sex ratio responds to artificial selection in both directions (selection for male- and female-biased families) and in multiple populations of T. californicus.

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Seaweed evolution in the intertidal

BMSC/UBC graduate student and Fall Program Alumnus Sam Starko and co-authors B. Clamans and P. Martone study the effects of chronic physical stress on the morphological evolution of seaweeds in the dynamic intertidal environment.

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It’s a family affair!

Research in the Levitan lab is a family affair. The Levitan family are working together as a research team here at BMSC this summer.

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Hagfish adapt to high ammonia environments

Graduate student Alex Clifford and collegues report that the Pacific hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii) has an exceptional ability to both withstand and recover from exposure to high external ammonia it encounters when burrowed inside the decomposing carcass while feeding.

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