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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

Jan 12 Angela Rivera, Florida Atlantic Univ. Comparative muscle function: Tests of environmental variation and neuromotor conservation in turtles  
Jan 19 John Orrock, Univ. of Wisconsin Large-scale Patterns in Competition, Disease, and Predation: 33% Theory, 66% Data  

Jan 26

Susan Weiner, ISU Towards an understanding of the evolutionary origins and maintenance of eusociality in paper wasps Toth

Feb 2

Jerry Husak, St. Thomas The Long Reach of Sexual Selection in the Evolution of Functional Traits Warner/Janzen

Feb 9

Pam Soltis, Univ. of Florida Angiosperm Phylogeny:  The Role of Polyploidy in Diversification and Genome Evolution Nason
Feb 16 Matthew Simmons, Univ. of Minnesota - Crookston Initial results of patch-burn grazing on a Minnesota tallgrass prairie Biederman

Feb 23

Brian Wisenden, Minnesota State Univ. Reproductive behavior in cichlid fishes Kelly

Mar 1

Jenny Talbot, Univ. of Minnesota Breaking open the black box: chemical mechanisms of plant and microbial control over the soil C cycle Jurik

Mar 8

Robert Jeanne, Univ. of Wisconsin

Banging on baby: How a mechanical signal influences caste development in a social wasp Toth

Mar 22

Diane Larson, USGS Nine Fields X Three Methods X Three Seed Mixes = ?:  Is there a formula for successful prairie restoration? Wilsey

Mar 29

Ray Moranz, ISU Responses of Grassland Insects to Fire, Grazing, and Land-use Legacies Debinski
Apr 5 Geoff Henebry, SDSU Climatic modulation of interannual dynamics of ANPP at Konza as viewed through the perspective of land surface phenologies  

Apr 12

Trina Roberts, Museum of Natural History, Univ.of Iowa Disentangling tree shrew evolution and biogeography with antique DNA Abbott

Apr 19

Mike Barker, Univ. of Arizona Polyploidy, Hybridization, and the Evolution of Plant Diversity Nason
Apr 26   EEOB Award Presentations Raich