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Full Name
Polverino, Giovanni
 
 
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Biography
Our research is applied directly to real-world problems and policies. We seek to understand how animals respond to environmental changes, to predict species responses to a rapidly changing world. The lab focuses on causes and consequences of diversity and plasticity in animal phenotypes – from both ecological and evolutionary perspectives – focusing on behavioural and life-history traits.

Our research is highly collaborative and interdisciplinary. Model systems include: insects, fishes, amphibians, and birds.
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Country
Italy

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12022Reply to: Models of flow through sponges must consider the sponge tissueGiacomo Falcucci; Polverino, Giovanni ; Maurizio Porfiri; Giorgio Amati; Fanelli, Pierluigi ; Vesselin K. Krastev; Sauro Succi
22022Frontiers in quantifying wildlife behavioural responses to chemical pollutionBertram, Michael G; Martin, Jake M; McCallum, Erin S; Alton, Lesley A; Brand, Jack A; Brooks, Bryan W; Cerveny, Daniel; Fick, Jerker; Ford, Alex T; Hellström, Gustav; Michelangeli, Marcus; Nakagawa, Shinichi; Polverino, Giovanni ; Saaristo, Minna; Sih, Andrew; Tan, Hung; Tyler, Charles R; Wong, Bob B M; Brodin, Tomas
32022Background matching explains repeatable individual variation in the defence strategies of a stick insectPolverino, Giovanni ; Sagastume-Espinoza, Kevin; Simmons, Leigh W.; Kelley, Jennifer L.
42022Background matching explains repeatable individual variation in the defence strategies of a stick insectPolverino, Giovanni ; Sagastume-Espinoza, Kevin; Simmons, Leigh W.; Kelley, Jen L.