Paper on copepod sensing

In collaboration with Xinhui Shen, Xin Yao, and Marcos at Nanyang Technological University, we have published a new paper on whether copepods can use their feeding currents to help them detect prey, by sensing when passive particles disturb the feeding current. [X. Shen, X. Yao, Marcos, H. C. Fu.  “Can the mechanoreceptional setae of a feeding-current feeding copepod detect hydrodynamic disturbance induced by entrained free-floating prey?”  Limnology and Oceanography (2021).  Published early online.  pdf  ]