Students from Colorado State, Washington State, and North Carolina State Universities will be working with us. Using enzyme immunoassay techniques, they will characterize anoa estrous cycles, study reproduction and metabolism in elasmobranchs, and assist us in identifying the reproductive status of animals at our member institutions. They will also dive into the scientific literature to help us understand sawfish behavior! Meanwhile, our interns at the University of North Florida lab are studying glucocorticoids in tigers, progestins and glucocorticoids in rhinos, and estradiol in stingrays!
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