A current Hons Project by Matthew Hasemore (co-supervised by Mike Kasumovic and Penny Martens) is investigating the role of metabolic variation on spider web plasticity in response to variation in prey types.

Additional projects include an ongoing investigation of the mechanisms inducing nutrient-mediated spider web plasticity and the consequences of architectural variations on prey capture and retention.

  • Physiological Behavioural Aspects1

  • Physiological and behavioural aspects2

  • Physiological Behavioural Aspects3

  • Physiological Behavioural Aspects4

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