Symposium: Physiological responses to environmental stress
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Major long-term reductions in insect diversity and abundance have now been documented from the tropics to northern Europe. Mechanistic understandings of physiological responses to environmental stress are critical for understanding these trends and for forecasting responses to future climate change. We aim to bring together field- and lab-based researchers with diverse perspectives to explore the physiological traits enabling insects to cope with environmental stressors including high and low temperatures, toxic chemicals, habitat aridity, and biotic interactions.
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