Environmentally-cued dormancy responses appear across a wide array of organisms, including bacterial persistence, plant reproductive physiology, diapause mechanisms, torpor cycles, aestivation, brumation, mammalian hibernation, viral latency, and disseminated tumor cells, though many more exist. My project aims to develop a broad theoretical framework relating the microscale and macroscale components of dormancy systems across organisms and environments.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/22 → 12/31/24|
- James S. McDonnell Foundation (2020-1591)
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