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Plant Biology Colloquium | Kelsey Bryant Dissertation Defense, Feb. 26

Kelsey Bryant

The Environmental & Plant Biology Colloquium Series presents Kelsey Bryant giving her dissertation defense on “Determining and Comparing Hydraulic Behavior between Trees of Differing Wood Types and Ages in a Temperate, Deciduous Forest” on Friday, Feb. 26, at 11:50 a.m. via Teams. Bryant is a Ph.D. candidate in Environmental & […]

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January 2, 2021 at 5:45 pmEvents

Graduate Students Work to Preserve Prairie-like Sites in Athens County

PGSA Outreach Coordinator Sam Lockhart at Stouds Run State Park

Athens County has prairie plants? Strouds Run State Park is home to three small prairie-like openings that host grassland species. Persistence of this unusual community may be threatened by encroachment of trees and shrubs that can shade out herbaceous plants. That’s why members of the Plant Biology Graduate Student Association […]

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December 17, 2019 at 2:54 pmNews

Plant Biology Students Present Research at Graduate Symposium

Plant Biology Students Present Research at Graduate Symposium

Ohio University’s Environmental & Plant Biology Department hosted its annual Graduate Symposium on Friday, Sept. 13.   New graduate student Roseanna “Anna” Crowell gave an oral presentation on her undergraduate work on organelle genomes of Nitzschia palea and Durinskia baltica. Crowell along with Peifeng Yu, Kelsey N.Bryant, and Anne L. […]

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October 8, 2019 at 9:59 amNews Research

Plant Biology Students Win Multiple Awards at Regional Meeting

From left, award winners Anne Sternberger, Calvin Coffin, Abigail Moore, Alexander Bochenek

Graduate and undergraduate students from Environmental & Plant Biology and the Molecular & Cellular Biology interdisciplinary graduate program won three presentation and two poster awards at the ASPB Midwest regional meeting March 16-17 at West Virginia University. 2nd place graduate talk—Anne Sternberger (Wyatt lab) 3rd place graduate talk —Kelsey Bryant […]

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April 2, 2019 at 8:40 amResearch

Students Have Productive Summer in Learning Gardens

Trese demonstrates for students in PBIO 2060 class.

Dr. Art Trese can’t walk through the Plant Biology Learning Gardens without finding some weed that needs pulling, a sprinkler that needs repositioning, or a little scrap for the compost pile. “Working around the garden makes me happy,” said Trese, Associate Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology. “I really enjoy […]

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September 21, 2017 at 10:24 amIn Class News

Grad Students Take Passion for Plants to Summer Camps

Campers examined the modified leaves (needles) that help cacti stay cool in the hot, dry desert by reducing water loss.

Graduate students from the of Environmental & Plant Biology Department Graduate Student Association made time this summer to share their knowledge and love of plants with young people at Camp Oty’okwa and Good Works. These Ohio University students spent much of the summer in the field and lab collecting data for […]

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August 26, 2017 at 6:15 pmNews