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Evolutionary Biology

Evolutionary Biology

Evolutionary biology illuminates the processes that contributed to the diversity of Life on Earth. We use a combination of population genetics, genomics and phylogenomics to study how evolutionary processes generate and maintain genetic variation and phenotypic diversity among populations; how phenotypic diversity impacts reproductive success; how gene families and adaptive traits evolved; and how species diversified through evolutionary time.

 

Personnel

Courtesy Faculty in Plant Biology
Courtesy Faculty in Plant Biology
Courtesy Faculty of Plant Biology
Distinguished Research Professor
Professor and Graduate Coordinator
Distinguished Research Professor and Department Head
Professor and Interim Curator of the University of Georgia Herbarium
Regents Professor and Director of Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory
Courtesy Faculty of Plant Biology
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator

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