New research from an Iowa State University ecologist shows that agricultural inputs such as nitrogen and phosphorous alter soil microbial communities, which may have unintended environmental consequences.
Dr. Diane Debinski and Dr. John Pleasants, in collaboration with other ISU researchers, received funding via the National Conservation Innovation Grant to develop and accelerate the adoption of innovative approaches to monarch butterfly conservation.
As the ESA celebrates it's 100th anniversary this year, they've produced a video to highlight the discipline and some of its practitioners.
One of those highlighted is Jeramie Strickland, an EEB/EEOB alum.
The Ada Hayden Herbarium was recently awarded an NSF Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections project subaward for digitization of ~36,000 fungal specimens in the Herbarium.
Dr. Davide Faggionato, post-doc with the Serb lab, was awarded a Leakey Foundation research grant in spring of 2015.
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- Pluvial Drainage Patterns and Holocene Desiccation Influenced the Genetic Architecture of Relict Dace, Relictus solitarius (Teleostei: Cyprinidae)
- Mitochondrial divergence between slow-and fast-aging garter snakes
- Which came first: The lizard or the egg? Robustness in phylogenetic reconstruction of ancestral states
- De novo transcriptome sequencing in Ficus hirta Vahl.(Moraceae) to investigate gene regulation involved in the biosynthesis of pollinator attracting volatiles