Veronarindra RamananjatoUniversity of California, Berkeley | UCB · Department of Integrative Biology
Still work with the tiniest primates
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We present here a commentary essay on the challenges and perspectives on the recruitment and retention of Malagasy women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). We base the essay on our personal experience as Malagasy women scientists and support the arguments with the responses of 60 Malagasy women scientists to an online surv...
Microhabitat preference among primates, which provides them with the niche they need to survive, often conditions primate diversity, abundance, and coexistence. Vegetation alteration and recovery have built heterogeneous forest landscapes that may influence primates’ microhabitat preference. We compared the diversity and size of trees/shrubs and th...
Invasive species are a major threat to biodiversity and ecosystem function. Thus, understanding their spread and ecological impacts is critical for management and control. Strawberry guava (Psidium cattleianum Sabine) is an aggressive invader across the tropics and has been rapidly spreading throughout the eastern rainforests of Madagascar. However...
Fruit‐eating animals play important roles as seed dispersal agents in terrestrial systems. Yet, the extent to which seed dispersal by nocturnal omnivores may facilitate germination and the recruitment of plant communities has rarely been investigated. Characterizing their roles in seed dispersal is necessary to provide a more complete picture of ho...