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When: Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm. Where: 210 Bessey Hall

Coffee beginning 3:30 pm in 240 Bessey Hall

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Aug. 29 Kenneth Olsen, Washington U. in St. Louis Clover's poison pill: tracing the evolutionary origins of adaptive variation Wendel
Sep. 5      
Sep. 12 Rose Reynolds, William Jewell College in Missouri Independent genetic pathways for stress response and longevity revealed by experimental evolution in Caenorhabditis remanei Toth
Sep. 19 Suzanne McGaugh, The Genome Institute Genomic diversity and divergence: What's recombination got to do with it Bronikowski
Sep. 26 Sonke Johnson, Duke University Hide and seek in the open sea:

pelagic Camouflage and visual countermeasures
 
Oct. 3 Dave Weisrock, U. of Kentucky Next generation phylogenetics Janzen
Oct. 10 Marlene Zuk, U. of Minnesota Rapid evolution in silence: adaptive signal loss in the Pacific field cricket EEOB Grad Students
Oct. 17 Ethalinda Cannon, ISU Care and feeding of life-sciences data Debinski
Oct. 24 Kirsten Hofmockel, ISU Linking Microbial Genes to Ecosystem Ecology  
Oct. 31 William Harpole, ISU Biodiversity: from pattern to process (or, how the camel lost its hump)  
Nov. 7 Peter Morrell, U. of Minnesota Barley: Genetic Provenance and Genetic Providence in a Diverse Crop Hufford
Nov. 14 Jeffrey Laake, The National Marie Mammal Laboratory (Seattle) California Sea Lion Population Dynamics: Sampling Opportunities and Challenges Clark
Nov. 21 Scott Nichols, U. of Denver

Reconstructing the cellular foundations of animal evolution

Lavrov
Dec. 5 Amro Zayed, York University Searching for the 'alleles that matter' in the honey bee Toth