Molecular Ecology Final Posters

I am very proud of the students from Bio-178 Molecular Ecology who presented their posters at an open event at Sacramento State University as part of the culmination of their capstone projects. These projects provide an important opportunity for the students to engage in research while investigating novel questions. This year Dr. Shannon Datwyler and I supervised eight group projects. Students investigated the following: phylogeography of ringtails in California; subspecies status and population structure of California voles in the San Francisco Bay Area; molecular ecology of arbuscular mycorrhiza; sturgeon population structure in California; phylogeography of Penstemon species; and progenitor species of a polyploidy Penstemon species.

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