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
Stephen I. Wright
EEB Associate Professor, awarded a Canada Research Chair (Tier I) in Population Genomics. This CRC recognizes Stephen’s research excellence and will provide support to advance his research during the next seven years.
Sexual selection and the dynamic process of speciation - February 26, 2016 Jenny Boughman, Michigan State U
WCS Canada: a decade of science and policy engagement for caribou and wolverine conservation - February 29, 2016 Justina Ray, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
Next generation genomics for marine conservation and fisheries management - March 4, 2016 Nina Overgaard Therkildsen, Stanford
Transvection - interchromosomal gene regulation: making the complex more complicated - March 7, 2016 Thomas Merritt, Laurentian University
TBA - March 10, 2016 Ramesh Arunkumar, Exit seminar
Selfish genes and their initial selective advantages in flowering plants - March 11, 2016 Jeremiah Busch, Washington State University, Pullman
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