Albyn C. Jones
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Killer whales vocalize in order to navigate, forage, communicate, and engage in social behavior. The sounds made by killer whales are classified into three types of vocalizations: clicks, whistles,… Continue Reading
BackgroundGenome-wide analysis of sequence divergence among species offers profound insights into the evolutionary processes that shape lineages. When full-genome sequencing is not feasible for a… Continue Reading
Assessment has become the “buzzword” in academia; a demonstration of criteria used for the assessment of retention of what was learned is now mandated by various accrediting agencies. Whether we want… Continue Reading
In biparental species, aggression, dominance, and parental care are typically sexually dimorphic. While behavioral dimorphism is often strongly linked to gonadal sex, the environment—either social or… Continue Reading