The Miller Lab
Located at the Entomology & Nematology Department, University of Florida
2021 Lab News:
Males invest in their
, and these traits can trade off.
In this new paper
we discovered that the social context matters. Males grow large testes when they are raised in large groups, and the trade-off with weapons becomes invisible.
led by Lauren Cirino. We test what happens to male reproduction when
their weapons are damaged.
New paper on plasticity and evolution in mouthparts
in response to a feeding barrier led by Pablo Allen
February 2021: Dr. Christine Miller travels virtually to the University of Illinois to deliver the
and meet with faculty and students.
January 2021: Six members of the lab delivered oral and poster presentations at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology annual meeting.
January 2021: Dr. Ginny Greenway has moved to London, U.K. for collaborative work with Dr. David Labonte at Imperial College on insect biomechanics.
UF Entomology and Nematology
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