Institute of Molecular
Evolutionary Genetics


FALL 2001
Previous IMEG Seminars:
Fall 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

Spring 2008

Fall 2007
Spring 2007

Fall 2006
Spring 2006
Fall 2005
Spring 2005

Fall 2004
Spring 2004

Fall 2003

Spring 2003
Fall 2002

Spring 2002

Fall 2001

Spring 2001

Fall 2000

Fall 1999

Spring 1998

Fall 1997

 Date Speaker and title of seminar

Speaker: Dr. Wojciech Makalowski
- Department of Biology
Computational Genomics - Promises and Challenges

 09/12/01 Speaker: Dr. Kazuharu Misawa - Department of Biology
Title: Geometry of phylogenetic estimation

 09/19/01 Speaker: Dr. Jonathan F. Wendel - Department of Botany, Iowa State University
Title: Phylogenetic incongruence: window into genome history and speciation mechanisms

 09/26/01 Speaker: Jongmin Nam - Department of Biology
Title: The origin and diversifications of the floral MADS-box Genes

 10/03/01 Speaker: Dr. Christopher House - Department of Geosciences
Title: Methane-consuming microbial consortia identified and studied using a novel combination of fluorescent in-situ hybridization and ion microprobe delta 13C analysis

 10/10/01 Speaker: Jaime Blair - Department of Biology
Title: Conflicting Views on Early Animal Evolution: Ecdysozoa vs. Coelmata

 10/24/01 Speaker: Liying Cui - Department of Biology
Title: Sequence and Structural Evolution of Chloroplast Genomes - a case study

 10/31/01 Speaker: Dr. Yoshi Suzuki - Department of Biology
Modification of a method for detecting positive selection at single amino acid sites 

 11/07/01 Speaker: Dietmar Schwartz - Department of Entomology
Title: Speciation via hydridization in a diploid bisexual animal? Hybridization is associated with a host shift in Rhagoletis (Diptera: Tephritidae)

 11/14/01 Speaker: Li Hao - Department of Biology
Diversity of Killer cell Ig-like receptors 

 11/28/01 Speaker: Dr. Daniel Cosgrove - Department of Biology
Speculation on the evolution of expansins and mechanisms of plant cell enlargement

 12/05/01 Speaker: Dr. Takeshi Itoh - Department of Biology
Comparative analysis of the human, mustard weed, yeast, and E. Coli genomes