Let's not forget about parasites while we're at it.
To me, it's not really relevant how crayfish "subjectively experience" the reaction to heat. From a purely behavioristic approach, all that counts is how they react to a stimulus. They react by avoidance, which is enough evidence for me to counter the argument of cooks that say that it doesn't bother them to be boiled alive.
Here's hoping for #1 in April, when the final edition goes out!
The answer is "38 minutes and 11 seconds."
- The University of Texas-Pan AmericanAssociate Professor of Biology, 2001 - present
- University of VictoriaBiology, 1989 - 1996
- University of LethbridgePsychology, 1984 - 1989
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UTPA professor uses crowdfunding for scientific research
Zen Faulkes’ funding for scientific research is multiplying faster than the self-cloning crayfish he is studying.