Barker Lab Summer 2017 Talks

Rincon Mountains on the way out of Tucson!

Members of the Barker Lab are racking up plenty of airline miles this summer! Look out for us at the meetings below to chat about polyploidy, plant evolution, Brassica, and more!

Evolution 2017

Dr. Hannah Marx, “Seasonal variation in gene expression across a community of plants at Harvard Forest,” June 25th, 2017, Portland, OR (9:15AM / C124)

Botany 2017

Dr. Mike Barker, Emerging Leader Lecture, “Genome duplication, natural selection, and the evolution of plant diversity,” June 26, 2017, Fort Worth, TX (11:00 AM / Fort Worth Ballroom 4)

Dr. Xinshuai Qi, “Genomic inferences of domestication events are corroborated by written records in Brassica rapa”, June 28, 2017 (2:30PM / Sundance 2)

XIX International Botanical Congress, Shenzhen

Stacy Jorgensen, “Genetic Variation in Diploid and Polyploid Vascular Plants,” July 29th

Zheng Li, “Higher Frequency of Polyploidy Associated with the Colonization of Land,” July 24th

Anthony Baniaga, “The Contributions of Hybridization and Polyploidization to Hybrid Establishment in Natural Populations of Homoploid and Allotetraploid Selaginella arizonica x eremophila.”

Anthony Baniaga, “Climatic Niche Evolution in Polyploid and Diploid Vascular Plants”


Dr. Mike Barker, Monash University, Melbourne, July 20

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