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Mercedes Burns

Assistant Professor

Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences, Room 118
Phone
410-455-2147
burnsm@umbc.edu
Education
Ph D, University of Maryland, College Park (2014)
BA, Macalester College (2006)
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About

B.A. Biology, Macalester College (St. Paul); Ph.D. in Behavior, Ecology, Evolution, & Systematics from University of Maryland, College Park

Research Interests

Evolutionary ecology of reproductive traits and behaviors, sexual conflict, reproductive polymorphism, arthropod biology

Intellectual Contributions

1 vol. 8 36-52 Ecology & Evolution

Comparison of nuptial gift chemistry reveals convergent evolution correlated with antagonism in mating system Ecology & Evolution

Presentations

Seminar Reproductive Diversity and Sexual Conflict: Opilionid Mating from the Female Perspective Penn State State College, PA

Seminar Reproductive Diversity and Sexual Conflict: Opilionid Mating from the Female Perspective UC Davis Davis, CA

SICB 2020 Oral Presentation Reproductive Diversity and Sexual Conflict: Opilionid Mating from the Female Perspective SICB Austin, TX