Eco and Evo Biology (@CornellEEB )

Eco and Evo Biology

Bio Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University
Location Ithaca, NY
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Account created 20-10-2014 16:18:10
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TweetDeck : #Istudyevolution of microbes in real time — what shapes the genomic engines that drive the Earth’s biogeochemical cycles? Why do we have so much biodiversity, when in principle one or a few self-sufficient cell types could do everything?

TweetDeck : #Istudyevolution using evolutionary genomics of long-term field studies and pedigrees to understand how evolutionary forces shape patterns of genetic variation and fitness over short timescales. Happy #DarwinDay2018!

TweetDeck : #Istudyevolution by studying monkey behavior and cognition. What our relatives do helps us understand and even help people!

TweetDeck : #IStudyEvolution to understand how animals use their colours and chemical defences to protect themselves from predators, especially when both colours and chemicals are variable —as in dyeing #poisonfrogs and #woodtigermoths #DarwinDay2018

TweetDeck : #IStudyEvolution to figure out how animals are able to deal with new challenges in their environment - like these invasive fire ants which eat and are eaten by fence lizards.

TweetDeck : #Istudyevolution to understand why #shark teeth are shaped the way they are and why really old shark teeth look so different than modern ones.

TweetDeck : Happy #DarwinDay everyone! #IStudyEvolution of #malaria parasites including the hundreds of species that infect non-human hosts like 🦎🐢🦇🦉🦌🐀

TweetDeck : #Istudyevolution because only #evolution could have come up with this random assortment and placed it freezing water at the bottom of the world! #Antarctic #Biodiversity is as beautiful as it is mysterious! Happy Darwin Day! click to see the full image! Antarctic Survey #nature #art

TweetDeck : Happy #DarwinDay everyone. #Istudyevolution with attention...sudden and close to viruses, bacteria, archaea, and animals because evolution captivated my attention 20 yrs ago and never let go. It explains the natural world & impacts health, from fighting infections to mosquitoes

TweetDeck : Happy Birthday Darwin!
#Istudyevolution of domesticated plants and their wild relatives to understand the regulatory mechanisms underlying phenotypic divergence. I know you would love to spend your days infront of a unix terminal aswell. #DarwinDay2018