Californian Grasses Compete Undergraduate student Chris Blackford (Gilbert lab) tests whether phenological differences in seed germination lead to greater competitive inequalities or niche differentiation in two closely related grass species.
Wasp Behaviour A wasp,
Isodontia mexicana , carries a paralysed female tree cricket, Oecanthus niveus , back to her nest to feed to her young.
Transplant preparation Weis lab undergraduate students prepare plants in the greenhouse at Koffler Scientific Reserve for transplant into field sites
Rhizotrons PhD student Rachel Germain (Gilbert lab) uses Rhizotrons to examine root architecture and growth in two environments
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