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|Alofs, Karen||School of Biological Sciences||plant community and landscape ecology; the consequences of habitat fragmentation for native diversity and invasion|
|Brown, Richard||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||The central theme of my research is cellulose, the most abundant macromolecule on earth. With some 10 11 tons produced and destroyed each year, we need more information on its structure and its …|
|Browning, Karen||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Professor Browning's research is in the area of initiation of protein synthesis in plants where she studies the early stages in the initiation process when a mRNA is selected and prepared to …|
|Chen, Zengjian||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||Dr. Chen studies genetic and epigenetic mechanisms for gene expression changes in polyploids|
|Choo, Juanita||School of Biological Sciences||Ethnobiology, entomophagy, ecology, palms, indigenous peoples' forest use impacts|
|Dull, Robert||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Quaternary paleoecology, cultural biogeography, paleoclimatology, palynology, geoarchaeology, natural hazards, human impacts, Central America, Mexico, western United States Dull has carried out …|
|Fowler, Norma||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology||Professor Fowler and her students are currently pursuing a variety of questions in several areas of plant population ecology and plant community ecology. These areas include (1) the dynamics and …|
|Hansen, Debra||School of Biological Sciences||Plant Biology Evolution Ecology and Systematic Biology|
|Herrin, David||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||There are several lines of molecular biology research currently underway in Professor Herrin's laboratory. A major area concerns group I intron ribozymes that are found in certain chloroplast …|
|Huq, Enamul||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||Our research is aimed at understanding light signal transduction, specifically those pathways mediated by the phytochrome (phy) family of sensory photoreceptors that absorb light in the red and …|