in celebration of the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin
Disentangling one of Darwin’s great mysteries: the story of climbing plants
by Lúcia Lohmann
Dr. Lúcia G. Lohmann is an accomplished young biologist well-known for applying the latest advances in evolutionary biology (such as molecular phylogeny and geospatial analyses) to biodiversity conservation.
The lecture will take place at the
James M. Cox, Jr. Science Center, Room 145
Gifford Arboretum of the University of Miami
Thursday, April 16, 2009
The Arboretum is located on the Coral Gables campus near the intersection of San Amaro Drive and Robbia Avenue. Parking will be free.
This event is being sponsored by Gifford Arboretum, Montgomery Botanical Center, and The Kampong of the National Tropical Botanical Garden.
For additional information please call the Arboretum at (305) 284-5364 or see www.bio.miami.edu/arboretum/lohmann_POSTER_09mar09.htm
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