Fall 2010 Schedule

Sep. 2
Dr. José Pedro Sousa do Amaral
Department of Biology
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Thermoregulation of European vipers in a contact zone between Vipera aspis and Vipera latastei
Sep. 9
Dr. Jenny Archibald
Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of Kansas, Lawrence
The southern African genusZaluzianskya (Scrophulariaceae): systematics and coevolution
Sep. 16
Dr. Gregory Fredrick
Department of Biology
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
The Bugs That Bug Us: Understanding Them Better to Bug Them Back!
Sep. 22
Dr. Darryl de Ruiter
Department of Anthropology
Texas A & M University, College Station
Australopithecus sediba: A new species of Homo-like Australopith from South Africa
Sep. 27
Dr. Joel Berger
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Montana
Functioning Ecosystems: Does Science Matter?
Oct. 7
Dr. Daniel Childers
Global Institute of Sustainability
Arizona State University
How Internal Processes Affect Resilience to State Change in High-Disturbance Wetland Ecosystems
Oct. 14
Dr. Ashley Rowe
University of Texas Austin
No pain, no gain: coevolution between bark scorpion pain-inducing neurotoxins and grasshopper mice pain receptors
Oct. 21
Dr. Michael Allan
Department of Biological Sciences
University of North Texas, Denton
Global Gene Regulation and Stress Response in the bacteriumRhodopseudomonas palustris
Oct. 28
Dr. Carla Penz
Department of Biology 
The University of New Orleans
Biology and phylogeny of owl butterflies
Nov. 4
Dr. Dave Queller
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Rice University
Cooperation and Conflict in Social Amoebas
Nov. 11
Michael Carey
Dr. Michael P. Carey
NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Exploring fish diversity as a determinant of aquatic food webs
Nov. 18
Dr. Michael Barger
Department of Biology
Peru State College, Nebraska
Parasite Diversity in Fishes of the Big Thicket:  Preliminary Results and Irresponsible Speculation
Dec. 2
Dr. Brian Langerhans
Dept. of Biology, North Carolina State University
Predictable evolution and ecological speciation in Gambusia fishes
Dec. 9
Dr. Laura Mydlarz
Department of Biology
University of Texas at Arlington
Influence of climate on coral bleaching and disease

Seminar location/time:
Lee Drain Building 214 - 4:00 p.m. to 5:00.p.m.

For additional information contact:

Dr. Madhu Choudhary
Phone: 936-294-4850

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