Field-Of-Study: Organismic Biology & Ecology

William L. Straus Jr.

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1937–38: STRAUS, WILLIAM LOUIS, JR.: Appointed for a study of the embryological development of muscle function with particular reference to the anatomical changes which occur in the peripheral neuromuscular apparatus from physiological immaturity to physiological maturity; tenure, twelve months from August 18, 1937. Born October 29, 1900, at

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Richard R. Strathmann

I am interested in why the diverse patterns of animal development have evolved as they have instead of in other ways. Most of my research has concerned functional requirements and constraints for embryos and larvae of marine animals. My studies have included the faster development of less protected embryos, ways that oxygen supply and habitat

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