VISITING SPEAKER: WHAT A PLANT KNOWS
How does a Venus flytrap know when to snap shut? How do
flowers know when to show their pretty colours? Can plants actually hear the chatter of the neighbourhood? This seminar is a window open onto the realm of plants, one hour detour into the history of how we perceive them, what we know about them but most importantly, how plants
themselves perceive and sense their world.
Dr Gagliano completed a PhD in marine ecology at James Cook
University in 2007 and was then awarded a postdoctoral research fellowship at Australian Institute of Marine Science, where she studied the physiological effects of climate change on coral reef fishes. In November 2009, she joined the Centre for Evolutionary Biology (CEB) at
The University of Western Australia, where she is currently a postdoctoral research fellow. While continuing her work on marine life. She has since stretched the boundary of her scientific thought and ecological research into new directions, including the behavioural ecology of plants.
Dr Monica Gagliano
G.35 Seminar Room, Bayliss Bldg., UWA
: Previously 20 Sep in G.33, now 19 Sep in G.35 Bayliss
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 16:00
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 16:45
Jennifer Gillett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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