Meet the authors of the ‘Very Short Introduction’ series of books.
Animal behaviour is a central topic of zoology, and ideas concerning the role of genes as well as environment have transformed the subject. Tristram Wyatt gives a modern view, including a sense of the power of gene knock-outs, computing, and image analysis to enable detailed experiments and observations of behaviour.
Suitable for age 14+
Tristram Wyatt is a Senior Research Associate at the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Kellogg College. His main research is based on the evolution of pheromones, molecules used for chemical communication, and animal behaviour.
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