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SLU biologist receives $480,000 to study singing insects' serenades

(Saint Louis University) Saint Louis University scientist Kasey Fowler-Finn, Ph.D., and her research team will study treehoppers to learn how changing temperatures, like those caused by global warming, affect singing insects' ability to recognize the songs of potential mates.
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