Departmental Seminars

Fall 2014 Seminar Schedule

Department of Biology, Wake Forest University

 

(read more about each week’s seminar on the Chair’s Blog, Worth Turning Round)

Aug 28    Open
Sept 3 Nick Haddad
NCSUHost Miles Silman

 

How decades of habitat loss affects species to ecosystems
Sept 10 Terri LongNCSU

Host: Gloria Muday

 

Molecular mechanisms of iron sensing and response in plants
Sept 17 Pat JodiceClemson University

Host: Dave Anderson

 

Seabird ecology and conservation in the northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico: insightsfrom individual tracking
Sept 24  Katharina FoersterUniversity of Tübingen

Host: Dave Anderson

 

Quantitative genetic analysis of behavioral components of fitness in geese
Oct 1 TBA 
Oct 8 Pat GrayUNCG

Host: Wayne Silver

 

The music of Nature and the nature of music: considering structures of communicationsystems
Oct 15 Bruce KimballMonell Chemical Senses

Center

Host: Wayne Silver

 

Wildlife foraging: research at the interface of ecology, chemistry, and behavior
Oct 22 Dr. Amy LittNew York Botanical Garden

Host: Kathy Kron

 

TBA
Oct 29 Jason HollidayVirginia Tech University

Host: Katie Lotterhos

 

Neutral and adaptive processes across the genome and range of black cottonwood(Populus trichocarpa)
Nov 5 Brooke FlammangNew Jersey Institute Tech.

Hoist: Miriam Ashley-Ross

 

Not just for swimming: fish fins are flexible in function
Nov 12 Craig BrodersenYale University

Host: Bill Smith

 

Visualizing wood anatomy and xylem function in 3D: new insights into the structure andfunction of plant vascular systems
Nov 19 TBA  TBA
Nov 26  Thanksgiving Holiday
Dec 3 Warren BogerWFU

 

Regulation of meiosis-specific genes by a conserved DEAD-box helicase

Seminars are held at 4:00 PM in Winston Hall, Room 125

Refreshments at 3:45