A winter’s tale of Wisconsin lakes
B302 Birge Hall
Ascent of the oaks: Legacies of the past and concerns for the future of North America’s dominant tree lineage
Join Directors Amy Gilman and Kacie Lucchini Butcher in dialogue around UW–Madison’s Public History Project.
Auditorium, Chazen Museum of Art Also offered online
From biogeochemistry to biodiversity: the role of herbivory in coastal marine ecosystems
Elemental economy in the green lineage
Control of the Drosophila germline stem cell lineage by diet, temperature, and whole-body physiology
Following the rules and breaking them: simple principles that underlie phenotypic diversity
First Canada-wide assessment of lakes – what did we learn?
Soft electrophilic phytochemicals - from the induction of tardigrade cryptobiosis to the resolution of inflammation
Two vignettes on chance and necessity in microbial polycultures: franken-lichens and black band disease
Genetic admixture in North American canids: The legacy and the future
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