SEMINAR: School of Animal Biology Seminar
|School of Animal Biology Seminar : A/Prof Dustin Marshall, Monash University
We will be hosting our next Animal Biology Seminar next Thursday, 31 October, from 4-5pm in the Jennifer Arnold Lecture Theatre. We're very fortunate to have an invited guest coming to UWA from Monash University, A/Prof. Dustin Marshall.
We will also be serving wine and cheese, which will be set up in JALT for your enjoyment during the Seminar. Make sure you get there a few minutes early to get your snacks and get your seat for an amazing seminar by:
A/Prof Dustin Marshall, Australian Research Fellow at Monash University
Host: Jon Evans
Thursday, 31 October 2013, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Jennifer Arnold Lecture Theatre
Title: Links Among Life History Stages
Most animals have complex lifecycles with one or more larval phases that often differ dramatically in morphology, habitat and trophic mode. Despite these differences among life-history stages, there are also strong links among each stage: they share the same genome and tissues such that there can be strong genetic and phenotypic correlations across the life history. Such links complicate the ecology and evolution of organisms with complex lifecycles. In this talk I will illustrate just how linked different stages of the life history can be, and how these links constrain the evolution and dynamics of organisms with complex life histories.
A/Prof Dustin Marshall
Jennifer Arnold Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor Zoology Bldg, G10.
Thu, 31 Oct 2013 16:00
Thu, 31 Oct 2013 17:00
Kara Yopak <[email protected]>
Fri, 06 Dec 2013 11:10
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