Microbiology Seminar Series: "How Sinorhizobium meliloti sniffs out its host." Birgit Scharf, Virginia Tech.
October 04 4:00pm
Rhizobia are soil bacteria that can live freely in the soil, as well as engage in specific symbiotic relationships with leguminous plants. Chemotaxis in the model rhizobium Sinorhizobium meliloti allows the organism to recognize its hosts and preferentially move towards nutrient rich areas in the soil. It possesses multiple and more diverse chem more »
BMB Research Club Series: "Title TBA." Jon Trinidad (Director of Biological Mass Spectrometry).
Themester: BEAUTY and SCIENCE in the Biology of Where We Live: "Life Cycles: The Spotted Salamander." Roger Hangarter and Betsy Stirratt, Indiana University.
October 05 7:00pm
Life consists of cycles within cycles, complex interactions between organisms, sex, birth, death, and sometimes violence. In this lecture, Roger Hangarter (Biology) and Betsy Stirratt (Grunwald Gallery) will explore various aspects of beauty revealed by an examination of the life cycle of the spotted salamander, Ambystoma maculatum, the largest more »
September 25 - October 1, 2016
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