Pollination in biodiversity hotspots: importance of post-pollination interactions

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Topic:Pollination in biodiversity hotspots: importance of post-pollination interactions

Time:9:30  March 25, 2015

Place:Second Floor , No. 4 School Buildi

SpeakerDr. Tia-Lynn Ashman

About Speaker:Tia-Lynn Ashman's Research Area: 1) Extending the ecological study of the evolution of dioecy to that of sex chromosomes;2) Understanding how biotic and abiotic elements of plant communities shape the evolution of floral phenotypes;3) Understanding the role of polyploidy in adaptation, range expansion and sexual dimorphism.