The main direction of my Ph D is to reveal why shorebirds are declining.
I propose to use a combination of research methods (fieldwork, GIS, phylogenetic analyses), because learning these methods will be highly beneficial in my career as conservation biologist and academic. The impact of population sex ratio on viability of shorebird populations: cost and benefits of the remating in White-fronted Plover and Kittlitz’s Plover in Madagascar Sex ratio and effective population size have important impacts productivity of species, and thus it has a central role in both conservation and evolutionary biology (Donald 2007).
The Biologists also contribute to medical and biotechnological advances.
Understanding Our Bodies: From physiology to genetics, the many branches of biology can tell us more about what the human body is made up of, how it’s affected by what we eat, the air we breathe, how it works, and every other aspect of the world around us.
I have only decided about 3 papers, each should be suitable for a chapter. Comparative tests of intrinsic and extrinsic variables on threat status and population trends Shorebird (sandpipers, plovers, gulls and allies) populations are declining globally, driving many species to the brink of extinction (Zockler et al. I propose to investigate adult sex ratio by a novel approached developed for the Kentish plover (Székely et al. It is suggested that the proportion of fertile females to adults’ males in a population (Operational Sex Ratio OSR – Emlen & Oring 1977) should affected the remating opportunities of each sex.
The direction of further chapters needs to be discussed as I go along. Therefore, as remating opportunities decreases in a given population, more remating time is predicted to occur for both sexes and cooperation such as biparental care are important for reproductive success.
Conservation Biology is defined as the scientific study of the nature and status of Earth’s biodiversity.
The main aim is protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystem from overly fast growing extinction rates.
When we study Biology, it plays a crucial role so that we are able to understand the complicated forms of life that involve animals, humans, and plants.
On understanding these byzantine details of life, it helps us to know as to how we can care for ourselves, animals and plants in a proper way.