Kathryn Scheckel

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Brain development requires correct targeting of multiple thousand synaptic terminals onto staggeringly complex dendritic arbors. The mechanisms by which input synapse numbers are matched to dendrite size, and by which synaptic inputs from different transmitter systems are correctly partitioned onto a postsynaptic arbor, are incompletely understood. By(More)
For many animals, maintaining a specific range of temperatures during offspring development is critical for the survival of the young. While this is most studied in birds and mammals, some insects regulate nest temperatures to create an ideal environment for larval development. Here, we explore the thermoregulatory fanning behavior in honeybees performed to(More)
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