Clara Cooper-Mullin

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Animal life-history traits fall within limited ecological space with animals that have high reproductive rates having short lives, a continuum referred to as a “slow-fast” life-history axis. Animals(More)
Fibroblast cells have been extensively used in research, including in medicine, physiology, physiological-ecology, and conservation biology. However, whether the physiology of fibroblasts reflects(More)
Growth rate is a fundamental parameter of an organism’s life history and varies 30-fold across bird species. To explore how whole-organism growth rate and the metabolic rate of cultured muscle cells(More)
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