Susan Margulis

Affiliations: 
Evolutionary Biology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Zoology Biology, Evolution and Development Biology, Physiology Biology
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Kara Nuss grad student 2009 Chicago
Michelle Rafacz grad student 2010 Chicago
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Robbins L, Margulis SW. (2016) Music for the birds: effects of auditory enrichment on captive bird species. Zoo Biology
Robbins L, Margulis SW. (2014) The effects of auditory enrichment on gorillas. Zoo Biology. 33: 197-203
Rafacz ML, Margulis SW, Santymire RM. (2013) Hormonal and behavioral patterns of reproduction in female hylobatids. Animal Reproduction Science. 137: 103-12
Rafacz ML, Margulis S, Santymire RM. (2012) Hormonal correlates of paternal care differences in the Hylobatidae. American Journal of Primatology. 74: 247-60
Ségurel L, Thompson EE, Flutre T, et al. (2012) The ABO blood group is a trans-species polymorphism in primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 18493-8
Margulis SW, Steele GR, Kleinfelder RE. (2012) Use of buckets as tools by Western lowland gorillas. Zoo Biology. 31: 260-6
Sarfaty A, Margulis SW, Atsalis S. (2012) Effects of combination birth control on estrous behavior in captive western lowland gorillas, Gorilla gorilla gorilla. Zoo Biology. 31: 350-61
Margulis SW, Burns F, Rothenberg A. (2011) Sex ratio bias in managed populations of hylobatids. Folia Primatologica; International Journal of Primatology. 82: 224-35
Fuller G, Margulis SW, Santymire R. (2011) The effectiveness of indigestible markers for identifying individual animal feces and their prevalence of use in North American zoos. Zoo Biology. 30: 379-98
Watters JV, Margulis SW, Atsalis S. (2009) Behavioral monitoring in zoos and aquariums: a tool for guiding husbandry and directing research. Zoo Biology. 28: 35-48
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