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Conservation physiology today and tomorrow
07 April 2016

Looking to the future, there are a number of topical areas for which I would like to see more contributions. For example, invertebrates and plants remain poorly represented within the journal. In addition, there is an unfortunate lack of papers that discuss the success and failures of conservation physiology in terms of influencing policy or management. Of particular interest would be perspective articles that serve as case studies on different issues and what we could appropriately label as ‘Conservation Physiology in Action’, ideally written by policy makers and practitioners.

Meet Dr. Gupta - SEB Ambassador for India!
29 March 2016

Learn more about Dr. Vijai Gupta one of our SEB Ambassadors for India.

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18 March 2016

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Early exposure to cat urine makes mice less likely to escape from cats
30 September 2015

Mice that are exposed to the powerful smell of cat urine early in life do not escape from cats later in life. Researchers at the A. N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russia, have discovered that mice that smell cat urine early in life, do not avoid the same odour, and therefore do not escape from their feline predators, later in life.