- Re-creation of a key step in the switch from C3 to C4 leaf anatomy
- Roxana Khoshravesh, Tammy Sage, and colleagues take a step in the path towards engineering C4 rice.
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Professor Emeritus Henry Regier receives honorary DSc
Professor Henry Regier, formerly of the Department of Zoology, was awarded an honorary DSc by Michigan State University in December.
Henry was honored for his “accomplished career as one of the world’s preeminent environmental scientists … [having] had a significant impact on the field of fisheries and aquatic ecosystems.”
Henry is also a Member of the Order of Canada recognizing his accomplishments. Congratulations Henry!
- The Plant People Join us as U of T horticulturalists Andrew Petrie and Bill Cole take us on a tour … more
- Passing of the Torch in BIO120 For over a quarter century, Professors Spencer Barrett and James Thomson … more
- Root microbiome valuable key to plants surviving drought … more
- A new species of worm wriggles into evolutionary history 508-million-year-old bristle worm species discovered by researchers at the University of Toronto and the Royal Ontario Museum at British Columbia’s Burgess Shale … more
- Self-fertilizing roundworms have smaller genomes Some species of hermaphroditic nematode roundworms, including Caenorhabditis briggsae, are capable of ‘selfing’ — reproducing without a mate. … more
- Mating costs and gametic barriers to reproduction - February 22, 2018 Exit seminar: Janice Ting
- Sources of variation in pathogen spillover between Atlantic salmon farms and wild populations - February 27, 2018 Appraisal Exam: Dylan Shea
- Exit seminar: Kentaro Chiba - March 19, 2018
- Helminth-microbe coinfection: insights from the wild - March 23, 2018 Vanessa Ezenwa, University of Georgia
- Mapping the history and ecological influence of fishing in the Philippines - April 4, 2018 Jennifer Selgrath, Stanford University
- EEB Undergraduate Research Fair - April 5, 2018 EEB undergrads in project courses present their research!