Urban Impacts on Oxidative Balance and Animal Signals

  title={Urban Impacts on Oxidative Balance and Animal Signals},
  author={Pierce Hutton and Kevin J. Mcgraw},
  booktitle={Front. Ecol. Evol.},
Though many animal ornaments and signals are sensitive to and encode information about the oxidative balance (OB) of individuals (e.g., antioxidant supplies/activity, reactive oxygen species, cellular oxidative damage/repair), often the environmental and/or physiological sources of such OB are unknown. Urban development is among the most recent, pervasive, and persistent human stressors on the planet and impacts many environmental and physiological parameters of animals. Here we review the… CONTINUE READING
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