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UT Tyler Department of Biology

Invited Seminars

Fall UT Tyler Biology Seminar Schedule

Seminars are on Fridays at 1 pm. 

Most seminars will occur in BEP 140 unless otherwise announced.

Sep  8​     Chris Randle, Department of Biological Sciences, Sam Houston State University

                              "Evolution of photosynthetic genes in non-photosynthetic holoparasitic plants"

Sep 15   Dan Saenz, Southern Research Station, Nacogdoches.

                              "Impact of forest management practices on amphibian populations"

Sep 22​   Jim Harper, Department of Biological Sciences, Sam Houston State University.

                               "Differential aging and lifespan in vertebrates"

Sep 29​   Juan Daza, Department of Biological Sciences, Sam Houston State University.

                               "The evolution of gecko morphology"

Oct  6     Don Pratt, Department of Biology, Stephen F. Austin State University.

                               "Plant phylogenetics and the evolution of morphological traits"

Oct 13​     Arne Lekven, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University.

                               "Cell, signaling, embryonic patterning, and tissue growth in zebra fish"

Oct 20    Johanna Delgado-Acevedo, Department of Biology Texas A&M University at Commerce.

                               "A landscape genetic approach to the management of feral pigs in Texas"

Oct 27​    Kumuda Das, UT Health Science Center at Tyler and Department of Biology, The University of Texas at Tyler

                               "Cardiovascular disease"

Nov  3​     Kelli Palmer, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas.

                               "Antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria."

Nov 10    Mark Harlow, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University.

                               "Molecular mechanisms of neurotransmission at the synapse"

Dec  1​     Jeffrey Wozniak, Department of Biological Sciences, Sam Houston State University.  

                               "Wetlands as models for nutrient cycling, ecosystem-level responses, and habitat management"

Dec  8​     Joseph Bernardo, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University.

                               "Evolutionary ecology of salamanders and amphibians"

 

 

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