Hermaphrodites, predatory actions and fertility decline are among topics at behavior conference

July 18, 2008

ITHACA, N.Y. - Behavior spanning the wide spectrum of the animal and human world will be examined at the 12th International Behavioral Ecology Congress, hosted by the International Society for Behavioral Ecology, on Aug. 10 -14, 2008, at Cornell University in Ithaca.

In addition to talks and poster sessions, the congress will feature plenary sessions on:
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The program Web site: http://www.isbe2008cornell.org/program_talk.php

NOTE: Journalists are welcome to attend the 12th International Behavioral Ecology Congress. Registration fees for journalists will be waived, but journalists are responsible for their own hotel accommodations and meals. Journalists, if they wish, may participate in a conference meal plan. For details and media registration, please contact Blaine Friedlander, Cornell Press Relations Office at (607) 254-8093.

Cornell University

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