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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. 16 Donald Farrar, ISU Speciation the Botrychium Way--fixation of genomic subsets through intragametophytic selfing  
Jan. 23 Stephan Schneider, ISU    
Jan. 30 Janneke Hille Ris Lambers, U. of Washington Life on the Edge: The Impacts of Climate Change on Range Limits Harpole
Feb. 6   CANCELLED Hufford
Feb. 13      
Feb. 20 Alex Buerkle, U. of Wyoming The Multifaceted and Variable Distribution of Genetic Variation near the Species Level  
Feb. 27 Ryan Garrick, U. of Mississippi Reticulate evolution in action: Lineage fusion in Galápagos giant tortoises Nason
Mar. 6 Ruth Shaw, U. of Minnesota Investigating the capacity for adaptation in natural populations Harpole/Nason
Mar. 13 Francois Lutzoni, Duke University

A multidimentional exploration of the lichen symbiosis within the macroevolutionary context of fungi and land plants

EEOB Graduate Students
Mar. 27 John Mayfield, ISU A general theory of evolution  
Apr. 3 Andrew Doust, Oklahoma State U. Evolution and Domestication in Grasses L. Clark
Apr. 10 John Willis, Duke University Parallel Local Adaptation in Mimulus to Serpentine and Copper Mine Soils  
Apr. 17 Alison Sweeney, U. of Pennsylvania

Iridocytes optimize photosynthesis in giant clams, an efficinent, high volume, low surface area system for solar energy

 
Apr. 24 John Doebley, U. Wisconsin-Madison The genetic architecture of maize domestication: Low hanging fruit and dark matter Hufford
May 1 Joseph Pawlik, U. of North Carolina - Wilmington   Lavrov