The fall seminar series will feature talks from faculty, postdocs and students in the PB Program.
PB seminars will be held in Morrill 2, Room 222 (unless otherwise noted.). Talks are Thursdays at 4 pm, refreshments beginning at 3:50 pm.
Preview our Spring 2014 seminar series here!
Saturday, October 5, 2013
11th ANNUAL PB SYMPOSIUM
"Going the distance: Integration of long distance signals in plants"
Postdoc, Vierling Lab
"S-nitrosoglutathione reductase (GSNOR) plays roles in redox homeostasis, development, and defense in Arabidopsis."
PhD Graduate Student short research talks:
FAITH NDLOVU, Jeranyama Lab
"Automated Intermittent Frost Cycling Effect on Cranberry Bud Damage and Water Usage"
MUVARI TJIURUTUE, Adler Lab
"Interactions between parasite, host and herbivore"
BARBARA WAGNER, Averill Lab
"Changes in Herbivore Dynamics Associated with the Beginning of Domestication of Vaccinium macrocarpon"
PETER VAN GISBERGEN
PhD graduate student, Gilgut fellow - 2013-14, Bezanilla Lab
"Formin a link between actin and exocytosis"
Postdoc, Schnell Lab
"Expression of bicarbonate transporters in plants to increase photosynthetic efficiency"
Postdoc, Bezanilla Lab
"Small Molecule Flux in Arabidopsis Roots"
Biology Department, PB faculty member
"Convergent evolution and the origins of weedy rice populations"
Postdoc, Baskin Lab
"DWARF TILLER1, a WUSCHEL-related homeobox transcription factor, is required for tiller growth in rice”
Cell and Molecular Biology
University of Texas at Austin
"Vernalization: coordination of epigenetic silencing by long noncoding RNAs"
Host: Geunhwa Jung