Brian Husband, University of Guelph

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Professor Guelph, Ontario bhusband@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 54790

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Professor Husband's research and that of his lab group is focused on the ecology and genetics of plant populations. They study the mechanisms regulating genetic diversity and phenotypic evolution in plants, and, conversely, how evolutionary processes (drift, gene flow, adaptation, genetic diversi...

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Bio/Research

Professor Husband's research and that of his lab group is focused on the ecology and genetics of plant populations. They study the mechanisms regulating genetic diversity and phenotypic evolution in plants, and, conversely, how evolutionary processes (drift, gene flow, adaptation, genetic diversity) affect the ecological function of populations (reproduction, growth, persistence, extinction). To understand these relationships we focus mainly on plant genetic systems, those reproductive attributes that govern mutation, gamete formation, pollination, fertilization, and organization of genetic diversity in populations.

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