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Lydia K. Greene, Graduate Student of Evolutionary Anthropology and Environmental Sciences and Policy

Lydia K. Greene
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Office Location:  125 Science Dr. Biological Sciences Building
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Web Page:   http://lydiakgreene.weebly.com

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  1. Dimac-Stohl, KA; Davies, CS; Grebe, NM; Stonehill, AC; Greene, LK; Mitchell, J; Clutton-Brock, T; Drea, CM, Incidence and biomarkers of pregnancy, spontaneous abortion, and neonatal loss during an environmental stressor: Implications for female reproductive suppression in the cooperatively breeding meerkat., Physiology & Behavior, vol. 193 no. Pt A (September, 2018), pp. 90-100 [doi[abs].
  2. Leclaire, S; Jacob, S; Greene, LK; Dubay, GR; Drea, CM, Social odours covary with bacterial community in the anal secretions of wild meerkats., Scientific Reports, vol. 7 no. 1 (June, 2017), pp. 3240 [doi[abs].
  3. McKenney, EA; Greene, LK; Drea, CM; Yoder, AD, Down for the count: Cryptosporidium infection depletes the gut microbiome in Coquerel's sifakas., Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease, vol. 28 no. 1 (January, 2017), pp. 1335165 [doi[abs].
  4. Davies, CS; Smyth, KN; Greene, LK; Walsh, DA; Mitchell, J; Clutton-Brock, T; Drea, CM, Exceptional endocrine profiles characterise the meerkat: sex, status, and reproductive patterns., Scientific Reports, vol. 6 (October, 2016), pp. 35492 [doi[abs].
  5. Smyth, KN; Greene, LK; Clutton-Brock, T; Drea, CM, Androgens predict parasitism in female meerkats: a new perspective on a classic trade-off., Biology Letters, vol. 12 no. 10 (October, 2016) [doi[abs].

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