Whitaker, Melissa RL, Shayla Salzman, Jon Sanders, Martin Kaltenpoth, Naomi Pierce. 2016. Microbial communities of Lycaenid butterflies do not correlate with larval diet. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:1920. [PDF]
About Robin Hopkins
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Entries by Robin Hopkins
As part of Plant Physiology‘s focus issue on flowering and reproduction, we review what is known about hybridization and its consequences in plants, from before Darwin to future directions. [Goulet et al. 2017]
Heather and Robin’s work on pollinator behavior is the focus of the latest episode of Science IRL. Science IRL is a YouTube series hosted by Molly Edwards, a graduate student in Harvard OEB, that shows what life as a researcher is really like by featuring the work of scientists from around the country. Check it […]
Shayla’s baby, Laurel, is born! The lab is full of children!
André, Thiago, Shayla Salzman, Tânia Wendt, Chelsea Specht. 2016. Speciation dynamics and biogeography of Neotropical spiral gingers (Costaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 103(2016) 55-63. [PDF]
Heather’s baby, Larrea, is born on New Year’s Eve!
Shayla did a great job defending her thesis proposal on cycads and their weevil pollinators. This will be an awesome dissertation.
We are so thrilled that Ben will be joining the lab this fall as a graduate student in OEB.
Stuart drove lots of little Phlox to Texas! It was quite an operation but the plants were happy for their long road trip. Stuart had a bit of an adventure along the way – he saw a BEAR!
Chris Chen has been awarded a PRISE fellowship to work in the lab this summer. He will be studying the strength of reproductive isolating barriers in the Texas Phlox.
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