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Caption: These pea aphids, a common agricultural pest of peas, alfalfa, and other legumes, are helping researchers understand how local populations of species may respond to environmental change. A recent study led by UW-Madison zoology professor Anthony Ives shows that some species may be protected from the effects of climate change by the ability to evolve quickly or shifts within their ecosystems.
Photo: courtesy Anthony R. Ives and Jason P. Harmon/University of Wisconsin-Madison
Date: December 2008
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Caption: A ladybeetle munches on a pea aphid, a common agricultural pest of peas, alfalfa, and other legumes. Researchers led by UW-Madison zoology professor Anthony Ives have found that both predation and the potential to evolve heat tolerance help determine how populations of these aphids will respond to environmental change.
Photo: courtesy Anthony R. Ives and Jason P. Harmon/University of Wisconsin-Madison
Date: December 2008
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