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Evolution to Pollution: Genomic Regulatory Signatures of Selection in Pesticide-Exposed Morelet's Crocodiles from Belize, Yeraldi Loera, GS (7EEC903D)

In an increasingly polluted world, anthropogenic contaminants have become a significant threat to wildlife globally. Entering an organism through water, soil, food, and air, these toxic chemicals…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Derek Cummings

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Derek Cummings "Evolutionary changes to dengue virus over decadal time scales"

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Metabolism and responses to the environment B - Chair- Jose Luis Crespo

Autophagy is required to maintain cellular homeostasis upon chloroplast stress in Chlamydomonas - Samuel Gomez-Arcas, Manuel J. Mallon-Ponce, Luis G Heredia-Martinez, Timo Muhlhaus, Michael Schroda,…

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Metabolism and responses to the environment A

High‐throughput identification of novel heat tolerance genes via genome‐wide pooled mutant screens in the model green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardii - Erin M. Mattoon, William E. McHargue, Catherine…

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EmotionsNet: A modern platform for emotional research, Aetizaz Sameer, UG '25, Tyler Vu, UG '25, Andrew Hwang, UG '25 (2770125)

In the fields of psychology and neuroscience, often researchers seek to study the effect of mood and emotion on measurable characteristics -- such as health, willingness to take risks, and other…

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The Distributional Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks in China, Shirley (Yilin) Ren, UG '24 (2279715)

The distributional outcomes of monetary policy have garnered increasing attention from the academic and political communities in recent years. While there has been significant progress on both the…

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Theravada Buddhist Responses to Colonialism and their Modern Implications: Yin-Cheng Lecture by Kate Crosby (4.3.23)

Lecture by Kate Crosby, Response by Alicia Turner Abstract: The warfare, disease and disruption to the status quo that came with European colonialism to the countries of Theravada Buddhism seemed to…

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Cousins, 600 Million Years Removed: Tracing Similarities in Behavioral Regulation Across Animals, Luke Geiger, UG '23, (3964809)

Many animals participate in social interactions, where information from such encounters dynamically affects gene expression in the brain, which in turn optimizes animal behavior. Isolation from the…

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Evolution by Pesticides, Yeraldi Loera, G1 (3958324)

In an increasingly polluted world, contaminants have become a significant threat to biological homeostasis and may be eliciting rapid evolutionary responses in exposed wildlife populations. In 1980,…

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ReMatch+ Intern - Dev Patel

Behavior state-dependent motor response in C. Elegans

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ReMatch+ Intern - Sarah Pedersen

Kentuckian Thoughts on Pandemic Response and Recovery

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Just Deserts? Roman Power and the Rhetoric of Discrimination

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Us vs. Them: Neural Responses to Rival Groups' Pleasures and Pains

Psychology graduate student Mina Cikara presents her work on human response to pain in others, with a focus on Schadenfreude, in her study of rival fan groups (Red Sox and Yankees.)

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