NEUR Honors Theses
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Computational models of spider activity patterns integrated with behavioral experiments hypothesize adaptive benefits of the circadian clock (thesis) The purpose of this study is to combine behavioral and computational analyses to describe the circadian systems of C. turbinata and P. tepidariorum in order to hypothesize adaptive benefits of the observed behaviors. In ...