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Ecophysiology: Worth a Closer Look

  • 23 April 2019
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Ecophysiology: Worth a Closer Look

How do plants and other creatures live and grow in relation to their surroundings? Come to the next TPSS seminar to hear Chris Muir, from the UHM Botany department, give a presentation entitled “How and Why? Synthesizing Evolution and Ecophysiology Using Leaves, Trees, and Math.” 

  • Date: Friday, April 26
  • Time: 1:30–2:30 p.m. 
  • Location: St. John 106

Ecophysiology is the study of the interrelationship between the physical function of an organism and its environment, and it’s an especially critical field to study in light of the profound changes that humans are creating in environments all around the globe. Find out more about it!

Participants connecting from off campus can use this Zoom link

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