LAURÉATS DES PRIX POUR LES MEILLEURES PRÉSENTATIONS ÉTUDIANTES AU CONGRÈS DE 2013 À KELOWNA

Présentations par affiche:

  1. Dan Bock, University of British Columbia, The Jerusalem artichoke – neither from Jerusalem nor an artichoke
  2. Caroline Franklin, St. Mary’s University, Effects of moose browsing on vegetation patterns at spruce budworm-induced forest edges
  3.  Jillian Dunic, University of Victoria, Size matters? Gape size-body size relationships in coral reef fish communities

Présentations orales:

  1. Robert Serrouya, University of Alberta, Reversing apparent competition using a broad-scale manipulation
  2. Barbara Frei, McGill University, The early bird gets the competition: Invasive species lowers breeding success of a threatened woodpecker
  3. Holly Caravan, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Social insect soldiers double up as medics

 New Phytologist Prize:  Brook Moyers, University of British Columbia, Divergence in gene expression is uncoupled from divergence in coding sequence in a newly woody sunflower