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02
May
2022

RSB Director's Seminar: Biomineralization of marine calcifiers »

12.30pm 2 May 2022

Professor Dorrit Jacob

29
Apr
2022

PS Seminar Series- PhD Exit Seminar- Defining interaction partners for CEPR1, a key regulator of root growth and nutrient transport in Arabidopsis...

3.30pm 29 April 2022

The interaction of C-TERMINALLY ENCODED PEPTIDEs (CEPs) with CEP RECEPTOR1 (CEPR1) controls root growth and development, as well as nitrate uptake, but the underlying protein interactions involved are yet to be comprehensively defined.

29
Apr
2022

PS Seminar Series- JOINT SEMINAR - Exploring a new pathway for crown root development  »

12.30pm 29 April 2022

Crown roots make up the bulk of the mature root system in grasses and are essential for anchorage and water and nutrient absorption.

29
Apr
2022

PS Seminar Series- JOINT SEMINAR - Moisture-regulated root branching  »

12pm 29 April 2022

Plants that exhibit moisture-regulated root branching, called hydropatterning, are able to detect spatial differences in water distribution around their root growth zone, which leads to pre-patterning of lateral root primordia towards regions of higher water availability.

28
Apr
2022

E&E Seminar: The genomics of speciation in the long-tailed finch in the field and laboratory: the role of chromosomal inversions and mito-nuclear...

1pm 28 April 2022

The long-tailed finch, Poephila acuticauda provides a long-established example of sub-species divergence across the Top-End of Australia based on bill colour, with red-billed birds in the east and yellow-billed birds in the west.

28
Apr
2022

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: Amodiaquine resistance in the malaria parasite – revealing the How »

1pm 28 April 2022

The antimalarial drug amodiaquine has been around for nearly 60 years during which time it has been deployed as a monotherapy, then removed from recommendations due to toxicity fears, re-instated, and is now deployed in artemisinin-based combinations therapies to combat malaria.

22
Apr
2022

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: An alpine plant’s responses to warming temperatures: from plasticity to molecular pathways »

4pm 22 April 2022

The climate is warming fast, threatening species persistence and biodiversity. Being sessile, plants must respond and adapt to changing environmental conditions in situ.

22
Apr
2022

PS Seminar Series- PhD Exit Seminar- The flax-rust AvrP protein appears to be a bifunctional effector targeting both glucose and RNA metabolism in...

2.30pm 22 April 2022

Rust diseases are a serious threat to cereals and other crops worldwide. The interaction between flax and the flax rust fungus, Melampsora lini, is a model pathosystem helping us to understand the molecular basis of rust fungal pathogenicity in plants.

21
Apr
2022

E&E Seminar: An embryonic perspective on the evolutionary origins of laryngeal echolocation in bats »

1pm 21 April 2022

Bat echolocation is considered one of the most complex and diverse modes of sensory perception in animals, but its origin and evolutionary history is a highly contentious issue that remains unresolved.

21
Apr
2022

Final seminars - 2021/2022 Honours/Masters »

11am 21 April 2022

Final seminars 2021/2022 Honours/Masters

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