Several lab members have recently published papers or have papers coming out soon! Loy and Berry have a new review paper in press in Ecology: “The effects of pollinator diversity on pollination function”. In their paper, they propose a new framework for diversity-function relationships, including two mechanisms in pollination systems. Loy and Berry also contributed to a recent paper in Conservation Biology, “Conserving alpha and beta diversity in wood-production landscapes,” about changes in biological communities after different types of biomass harvest. Laura, Berry, David Hofmann (in the Emory Physics Department), and Emory undergraduate Libby Dunne have a new paper out in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: “Upper-limit agricultural dietary exposure to streptomycin in the lab reduces learning and foraging in bumble bees.” Their study explored how agricultural antibiotics impacted bee learning, foraging, and stimulus avoidance. Laura will compare the results of this lab study to those in a field study this spring (see our post on Laura’s USDA NIFA grant).
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Recent papers from the Brosi Lab