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Gene Bank 2
... Services http://www.bankdna.com/ 61. Laboratory of experimental modelling of evolutionary processes WELCOME to the Laboratory of Experimental Modelling of Evolutionary Processes In the Novosibirsk Institute of Cytology and Genetics. Lavrent'ev avenue ...
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Forest pathogens: friend or foe to biodiversity?
... and S.F. Shamoun Pages 221-227 Abstract: Biological diversity in forest ecosystems results from evolutionary processes driven by ecological imperatives linked to pathogens, symbionts, fire, climate, and competition or impacts from ...
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Bryolab - People - Ruth_Kirkpatrick
... Vitae Dissertation Photo Gallery << back People Ruth KirkpatrickGeneral Interests: My research interests are in evolutionary processes, history, and phylogenetic relationships among green plants, especially ferns. I use molecular, cytogenetic, morphological, ... habitats. My research goal is utilize these data in order to elucidate the adaptive evolutionary history of ferns to xeric environments.
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

Forest Pathology Committee & Officers
... Oak Wilt;2004 Symposium on Host-Microbe Interactions in Woody Plants;2004 Symposium on Co-evolutionary Processes of Introduced Pathogens and Hosts in Natural Ecosystems Committee Officers Chair Mee-Sook Kim USDA ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - What are Fungicides?
... damaging their cell membranes, inactivating critical enzymes or proteins, or by interfering with key processes such as energy production or respiration. Others impact specific metabolic pathways such as ... in sensitivity to a fungicide by an individual fungus. This ability is obtained through evolutionary processes. Fungicides with single-site mode of action are at relatively high risk for resistance ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Endangered Species—Gardening to Increase Biodiversity
... advantage. Hybridization in these disturbed habitats in turn produced conditions under which more familiar evolutionary processes such as mutation and selection could proceed at top speed. This, they concluded, is ... from, the planet's wonderful diversity of life forms -- and take the next great evolutionary leap in the dazzling history of gardening. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Director of Publishing ...
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UMass Amherst: Biology Department -> Faculty -> Ana Caicedo
... , molecular evolution, evolutionary ecology, phylogeography, and evolutionary genomics. We focus on the study of loci contributing to traits of evolutionary or ecological importance and the processes governing ... , 306: 2081-2084. Caicedo, A.L. and B.A. Schaal, 2004. Heterogeneous evolutionary processes affect R gene diversity in natural populations of Solanum pimpinellifolium. Proc. Natl. Acad ...
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UMass Amherst: Biology Department -> Home
... Center have received $1.1 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the evolutionary genomics of weedy rice. Weedy rice, also known as red rice, is a form of ... to determine the origin(s) of weedy rice in the U.S. and understand the evolutionary processes leading to its adaptation to agricultural fields. The project will examine DNA sequence diversity and ...
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Botany online: Selection and Fitness. Definitions and Theory.
... Considering Selection and Fitness Literature The examples discussed in the previous topics helped to illustrate evolutionary processes. The results of many experiments show that certain properties provide the individual organism with a ...
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Cycad Society of South Africa: Book Reviews
... but we are aware of the pitfalls and we don't really know how the evolutionary processes took place. Only two modern classifications, if they can be called that, exists: firstly that ... groups, but completely neglected to motivate their groupings. They provided no clue to the perceived evolutionary relationships within or between the genera, and therefore failed in their proclaimed intention. The ...
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