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Alexander Aloy
Role: 
PhD candidate
Field of Research: 
Environmental epigenetics, behavioural ecology, evolutionary biology
Contact details:
Office: 

Level 5 West
Biological Sciences South (E26)
UNSW, Kensington 2052

Environmental epigenetics in a zebrafish model system

See also: http://www.i-deel.org/alex-b-aloy.html

 

SUPERVISORS: Associate Professor Shinichi Nakagawa, Dr Daniel Noble and Dr Daniel Hesselson

 

PUBLICATIONS

Vallejo, B., Aloy, AB., Ocampo, M., Conejar-Espedido, J. and Manubag, L. 2018. Manila Bay Ecology and associated invasive species. In Makowski, C., Ed, Coasts in Crisis, CRC Springer Publications, USA. (in press)
 
Vallejo, B. Jr. and A.B. Aloy. 2014. Responses of the bird community in the University of the Philippines Diliman after campus redevelopment and the decline of two common urban bird species. Philippine Science Letters 7 (1): 55-61.
 
Aloy, A.B., Vallejo, B.M.V. Jr. and Juinio-Meñez, M. A. 2011. Increased plastic litter cover affects the foraging activity of the sandy intertidal gastropod Nassarius pullus. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 1772-1779. (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.05.021)
 
Vallejo, B.M.V. Jr., Aloy, A.B. and Ong, P.S. 2009. The distribution, abundance and diversity of birds in Manila’s last greenspaces. Journal of Landscape and Urban Planning 89: 75-85.
 
Vallejo, B.M.V. Jr and Aloy, A.B. 2008. Estimating the rarity of birds and its ecological context in the University of the Philippines Diliman Campus. Philippine Science Letters 1(1): 32-36.
 
Vallejo, B.M.V. Jr., Aloy, A.B., Ong, P.S., Villasper, J. and Tamino, A.S. 2008. Spatial patterns of bird diversity and abundance in an urban tropical landscape: the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman Campus. Science Diliman 20 (1): 1-10.