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Abigail G. Swenson
Providence College
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The physical spaces within which organisms live affect their biology and in many cases can be considered part of their extended phenotype. The nests of social insect societies have a fundamental impact on their ability to function as complex superorganisms. Ants in many species excavate elaborate subterranean nests, but others inhabit relatively small pre-formed cavities within rock crevices and hollow seeds. Temnothorax ants, which often nest within acorns, have become a model system for studyi...
#1Tasos Varoudis (UCL: University College London)H-Index: 4
#2Abigail G. Swenson (PC: Providence College)H-Index: 1
Last.James S. Waters (PC: Providence College)H-Index: 9
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The physical spaces within which organisms live affect their biology and in many cases can be considered part of their extended phenotype. The nests of social insect societies have a fundamental im...
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#1Tasos VaroudisH-Index: 4
#2Abigail G. SwensonH-Index: 1
Last.James S. WatersH-Index: 9
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The physical spaces within which organisms live affect their biology and in many cases can be considered part of their extended phenotype. The nests of social insect societies have a fundamental impact on their ability to function as complex superorganisms. Ants in many species excavate elaborate subterranean nests, but others inhabit relatively small pre-formed cavities within rock crevices and hollow seeds. Temnothorax ants, which often nest within acorns, have become a model system for studyi...
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