Keeshia Hoefer

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Challenges for moving in arboreal environments include sizable gaps and variable three-dimensional locations between the discrete destinations created by branches. Different three-dimensional orientations of the body change the mechanical demands of crossing gaps, especially for elongate animals, but these effects on both the maximal gap distance crossed(More)
Size and hydrolytic activity of the gastrointestinal tracts of altricial birds undergo large and rapid changes during ontogeny. However, nothing is known about the development of the capacity of absorption of products of digestion, a factor that can limit total digestive performance. Using pharmacokinetic methods applied to wild-collected and(More)
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