World pays attention to research on shark reproduction

image001The recent article on switch from sexual to asexual reproduction in zebra sharks has achieved a high altimetric attention score. It was in the top 5% of all research outputs ever tracked by Altimetrics.

Christine Dudgeon’s achievement shows that workers who divide their time between science and family duties can make important contributions to both.

Photo: Chris and zebra shark in waters of Southeast Queensland.

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By : Jenny Ovenden /January 24, 2017 /Latest News /Comments Off on World pays attention to research on shark reproduction

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