Biology Colloquium Spring 2017

Most seminars on Thursdays at 3:30 in 168 Noland Hall

 

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
2/2
Hiroshi Maeda
UW Botany
Evolutionary Diversification of Tyrosine Biosynthetic Pathways in Plants
2/9
1pm
Birge B302

Meredith Holgerson
Portland State University
Small and mighty: The local and global significance of small pond ecosystems
2/16
Claudio Gratton
UW Entomology
Insect carcasses link aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems: lessons from the subarctic
2/23
David Seekell
Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umeå University
The color of water color: patterns and implications for lake ecology at broad geographic scales
3/2
Tanjona Ramiadantsoa
UW Zoology
A generalist approach to niche specialization
3/9
Hilary Dugan
Center for Limnology, UW-Madison
Salting lakes: A continental scale study of long-term chloride trends in freshwater lakes
3/16
David Lovelace
UW Geology Museum
Thermal ecology in deep time; a case study of an early Mesozoic fauna
3/23
SPRING BREAK
no lecture
3/30
Rachel Penczykowski
UW Zoology
Environmental and genetic drivers of epidemiology within wild plant populations
4/6
Chad Paton
University of Georgia
Diet-induced regulation of metabolic activity
4/13
Daniel Levitis
UW Botany
The evolution of post-reproductive survival: humans, whales, aphids and most everyone else
4/20
Rose Graves
UW Zoology
Linking biodiversity and cultural ecosystem services in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
4/27
Donna Fernandez
UW Botany
Adapting to life as an organelle: solving the challenge of chloroplast membrane proteins
5/4
Emily Sessa
University of Florida
Fern tales at two scales: Using phylogenetics to study historical biogeography in Africa and community assembly in Florida