The Botanical Society of America issued a call for botanists to proclaim “I am a botanist” and reclaim the name. Many proud botanists from our and other botany labs at UF got together yesterday for this great photo.
Gene silencing via DNA methylation in naturally occurring Tragopogon miscellus (Asteraceae) allopolyploidsAugust 27th, 2014
Using Comparative Biogeography to Retrace the Origins of an Ecosystem: The Case of Four Plants Endemic to the Central Florida ScrubAugust 21st, 2014
Congratulations to yet another group of great volunteers in the lab who have logged many hours helping grad students with their research:
- Casandra Perez (200 hours!)
- Kylie Beauchamp (100 hours!)
- Kayla Ventura (100 hours!)
Thanks to these and all of our volunteers!
Congratulations to Doug who qualified for and competed in the Olympic-Distance National Championships in Milwaukee last weekend!
He was awesome, with his fastest swim and run components ever and a fast bike ride on a course with elevation (which he doesn’t get here!), to turn in his second fastest time ever: 2:42:51.61! He placed 69th in his age group, beating over 700 other finishers overall!
Angiosperm Phylogeny Based on 18S/26S rDNA Sequence Data: Constructing a Large Data Set Using Next-Generation Sequence DataJuly 24th, 2014
Three of our volunteers received recognition certificates for volunteering 100 hours! Congratulations Casandra Perez, Valeria Segui, and Milda Stanislaukas.
Every year we have many undergraduate students working in the lab, this is a great way to get research experience. Students work alongside graduate students or post-docs and some develop their own projects.