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Evolution

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Paul Bentzen Population genetics, evolutionary genetics, molecular ecology, conservation biology, fisheries, fish. View full bio
Joe Bielawski Adaptive evolution, molecular evolution, molecular phylogenetics, genomics. View full bio
Glenn Crossin behavioural ecology, evolutionary physiology, animal physiology, freshwater and marine fish, birds, telemetry, physiological sampling techniques. View full bio
Tamaria Franz-Odendaal Understanding animal diversity; specifically the development and evolution of the craniofacial skeleton. View full bio
Brian Hall Development and evolution of skeletal tissues, developmental biology, neural crest cell development and evolution , Hymenochirus (dwarf African frog) development, evolutionary developmental biology, palaeontology and development. View full bio
Jeff Hutchings Evolutionary ecology, behaviour and conservation biology of fishes. View full bio
Mark Johnston Evolution, ecology and genetics of plants, mutation rate, polyploidy, natural selection, mating systems, self-fertilization, flower development, molecular evolution. View full bio
Bob Latta Ecology, Evolution and Genetics of Plants, Stream A, Avena, Ponderosa Pine, Gene Flow, Hybridization, Local Adaptation, Evolutionary Trade-off, Population Ecology, Botany, Ecological Genetics. View full bio
Bob Lee Evolution of organelle genetic systems in green algae. View full bio
Daniel Ruzzante Ecological mechanisms that are responsible for the evolution of diversity and to the conservation of that diversity in fish (the genetic diversity that exists within species) in a world of ever increasing human impact. View full bio
Alastair Simpson Origin and early evolution of eukaryotes, Protistan biodiversity, phylogenetics and systematics, Protistan ultrastructure, and molecular evolution. View full bio
Hal Whitehead Behaviour, ecology and conservation of whales. View full bio
Jonathan Wright Mechanisms and evolution of gene regulation, gene structure and function, zebrafish, development, fatty acid and retinoid binding proteins. View full bio