Using molecular physiological and ecological approaches to integrate disparate models of amphibian water balance

Using molecular physiological and ecological approaches to integrate disparate models of amphibian water balance

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Frogs take up water across their skin but how they control this process has only been receintly and partially described. This study will look at how frogs from different habitats control water movement. Understanding the ecological importance of this process will help us understand how different frogs can react to changing environments.

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Current R-0389 University of Nevada

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