BioAlumni - Alumni of the Faculty of Biology
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The waggle dance of the honeybee is a classical paradigm in behavioral biology. LMU neurobiologists have now investigated how the neuronal circuits process and encode the information communicated during the dance.
Later leaf emergence, earlier leaf loss: A new LMU study shows that the average vegetation periods of trees and shrubs in North America are intrinsically three weeks shorter than those of comparable species in Europe and Asia.
Two early-career researchers from Faculty of Biology have received generously endowed Starting Grants from the European Research Council (ERC) to carry out innovative projects at LMU