Elucidating the genetic code
” David Drew Fegen, 2007-2012 Rutgers University D’Esposito Lab “Affects of cholinesterase inhibitor Donepazil on the selectivity of visual sensory representations in visual association cortex ” Joseph Goldbeck, 2007-2012 MIT National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Feldman Lab “Learning and representation of sequences ” Allyson Mackey, 2007-2012 Stanford University National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Bunge Lab “Neural Correlates of Fluid Reasoning Training in Children.
” Kevin Mann, 2007-2013 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Scott Lab “Identification and characterization of higher order neurons of the taste circuit in Drosophila Melanogaster ” Allan-Hermann Pool, 2007-2013 Tallin University of Technology, Estonia Fulbright Fellow Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds Graduate Fellow Scott Lab “Neural Circuits Controlling Food and Water Intake in the Fruitfly ” Christopher Rodgers, 2007-2013 Mc Gill University De Weese Lab “Active gating of information flow in auditory cortex ” Jennifer Sloan, 2007-2013 University of Nevada, Reno Wallis Lab “Hierarchical reinforcement learning in the prefrontal cortex” Kirstie Whitaker, 2007-2012 University of Bristol, England Fulbright Fellow Bunge Lab “Investigating the Neurodevelopment of Reasoning Ability ” Alana Wong, 2007-2014 Washington University, St.
Here we set to review the diversity, biodiversity patterns and biogeography of karst endemic plants of a number of families (Elatostema, Orchidea, Urticaceae, Gesneriaceae) across China and surrounding regions and understand specific aspects of their adaptive ecology.
From this we move to reviewing relative threats, and regional prioritorisation for karst flora and discuss mechanisms for the development and implementation appropriate conservation initiatives to secure a better future for China’s karst flora.
Its entire distribution can be covered by an oval of about 190 miles north to south and 70 miles east to west.
Populations of Franklin’s bumble bee have declined precipitously since 1998; this bee is in imminent danger of extinction. Laws and regulations on the import, movement and release of bees in the United States.
The inaugural 2015 We Dig Bio event brought together thousands of volunteers from Botanic gardens lie at a powerful interface with many important functions: scientific research, horticultural improvement, public outreach, tree conservation, and forest restoration action.Below is the complete list of all current and past Berkeley Neuroscience Ph D Program students with some basic info about their research interests and background.Click here to see news about the Ph D Program, including in depth profiles of selected students.The world’s herbaria and other natural history collections house specimens critical to science and society.In recent years, these collections have begun accelerating the pace of digital data creation for specimen information, and crowdsourcing and citizen science have emerged as highly successful innovations that also increase public science literacy and research sustainability.