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Christopher K. Tokitajoined in Mar 11, 2019
PhD candidate at Princeton University, NJ, USA.
Tokita has 1 break published.
Emergent division of labor among clonal ants
What are the benefits of living in society? Sociality has long been proposed to be beneficial because groups can divide labor among individuals to increase their efficiency. Some of the most sophisticated forms of division of labor are found in social insects, such as honeybees,... click to read more
- Yuko Ulrich | Junior Group Leader at The Rockefeller University, NY, USA & University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Daniel J. C. Kronauer | Associate Professor at The Rockefeller University, NY, USA
- Christopher K. Tokita | PhD candidate at Princeton University, NJ, USA
Reading time 4 min
published on Mar 11, 2019
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