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Recent Plant Biology Events

Ecolunch | Multi-phase Dispersal of Perennial Forest Herb Seeds by Scatter-hoarding Rodents, Sept. 23

Delaney Gibbs, portraitThe Ecolunch Seminar Series presents Delaney Gibbs discussing “The multi-phase dispersal of perennial forest herb seeds by scatter-hoarding rodents” on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 11:50 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Gibbs is a graduate student in Environmental & Plant Biology. Join Microsoft Teams Meeting +1 614-706-6572 United States, Columbus (Toll) Conference […]

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Posted on 09/08/2020

Collect red oak acorns on College Green—or under any oak tree—on Sept. 19

Red oak acorns on College Green.From Ohio University News Students, faculty, staff and the greater Athens community are invited to help collect red oak acorns at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19, on the College Green, following socially distant and mask protocols. Some of the College Green acorns will be refrigerated to “stratify” them for […]

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Posted on 09/02/2020

Career Corner | BioOhio Offers Bioscience, Healthcare and C-Suite Sessions in July, August

BioOhio logo--with background outline of state of Ohio.Ohio University is a founding leadership partner of BioOhio, which means faculty and students have access to events including: Telehealth Tech Trends — 2 Sessions, July 20 and 27 ($25) — BioOhio’s newest event series focuses on the game-changing telehealth field. Through the synergy of communications technology, digital health platforms, […]

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Posted on 07/17/2020

CANCELED | Plant Biology Colloquium | Autophagic Degradation of Macromolecular Complexes: from Plant Biology to Human Disease, April 10

Note: This event has been canceled. The Environmental & Plant Biology Colloquium Series presents Dr. Richard Marshall on “Autophagic Degradation of Macromolecular Complexes: from Plant to Human Disease” on Friday, April 10, at 11:50 a.m. in Porter 104. Marshall is a professor for the Department of Biology at Washington University […]

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Posted on 03/02/2020

Ecolunch | Why Are Maples Replacing Oak: Mycorrhizal Response to Atmospheric Pollution? March 4

Jared DeForest, portraitEcolunch presents Dr. Jared DeForest discussing “Why are maples replacing oak in our forests: Mycorrhizal response to atmospheric pollution?” on March 4 from 11:50 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Irvine 159. DeForest is Associate Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology. Ecolunch is a long-running Ohio University seminar series that meets […]

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Posted on 03/01/2020

Geography Colloquium | Changing Management Can Mitigate Impacts of Climate-Driven Woody Encroachment in High-Elevation Pasture Woodlands, March 6

Dr. Rebecca Snell, portraitThe Geography Colloquium Series presents Dr. Rebecca Snell on “Changing management can mitigate the impacts of climate-driven woody encroachment in high-elevation pasture woodlands” on Friday, March 6, at 3:05 p.m. in Clippinger Lab 119. Snell is Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology at Ohio University. Her research is primarily […]

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Posted on 03/01/2020

CANCELED | Plant Biology Colloquium | Green Roofs as Ecosystems, March 20

Dr. Booke Best, Director of Research Programs at the Botanical Research Institute of TexasNote: This event has been canceled. The Environmental & Plant Biology Colloquium Series presents, Dr. Brooke Best, on “Green Roofs as Ecosystems” on Friday March 20, at 11:50 a.m. in Porter 104. Best is Director of Research Programs at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas in Fort Worth, Texas. Best […]

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Posted on 03/01/2020

Biological & Biomedical Seminar | From Muroids to Mentzelias, What Have We Learned by Studying Adaptive Radiations? Feb. 10

John Schenk, portraitThe Biological Sciences & Biomedical Sciences Research Seminar Series presents Dr. John Schenk discussing “From muroids to mentzelias, what have we learned by studying adaptive radiations and what is left to answer?” on Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. in Irvine 159. Schenk is Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology […]

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Posted on 02/01/2020

Plant Biology Colloquium | Return of OG: Cannabis, Original Cash Crop Makes a Comeback, Feb. 14

Rishi Masalia, portraitThe Environmental & Plant Biology Colloquium Series presents Dr. Rishi Masalia on “Return of the OG: Cannabis, the original cash crop makes a comeback” on Friday Feb. 14, at 11:50 a.m. in Porter 104. Masalia is the director of bioinformatics, Leafworks Ambasssador, ASPB membership committee from Sebastopol, California. Abstract: Cannabis […]

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Posted on 02/01/2020

Science Cafe | How Will Forests Respond to Climate Change? Feb. 19

Dr. Rebecca Snell, portrait Science Café presents Dr. Rebecca Snell discussing “How Will Forests Respond to Climate Change?” on Feb. 19 at 5 p.m. in the Front Room at Baker University Center. Snell is Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology at Ohio University. Forests provide habitat for wildlife, recreational opportunities, raw materials […]

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Posted on 02/01/2020