David Innes, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Biology Professor St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador dinnes@mun.ca Office: (709) 864-4754

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The research in my laboratory focuses on sexual and asexual reproduction, primarily using the planktonic crustacean, Daphnia pulex as a model organism (visit the Cladoceran Web Site at the University of Guelph). We are also investigating the evolutionary genetics of the interaction between the mu...

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Bio/Research

The research in my laboratory focuses on sexual and asexual reproduction, primarily using the planktonic crustacean, Daphnia pulex as a model organism (visit the Cladoceran Web Site at the University of Guelph). We are also investigating the evolutionary genetics of the interaction between the mussels Mytilus edulis, M. trossulus and their hybrids in Newfoundland (in collaboration with Dr. Ray Thompson, Ocean Sciences Centre). Collaborative research has been carried out with Dr. Luise Hermanutz (Biology, MUN) on population and reproductive ecology of moss campion (Silene acaulis) and bog bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) in Newfoundland, and the reproductive ecology of Grevillea spp. in NSW Australia. Research on the population structure and mating systems in Newfoundland spiders has been conducted with Dr. Roger Pickavance.

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