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Two Days and a Quarter of a Century – the inspiration for the 2019 AGA President’s Symposium

  About the author: Dr. Maria E. Orive received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently Professor and Chair of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. While at KU, she spent one year as a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Dr. Orive’s research in […]

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AGA 2020 – blogging!

Are you registered for the online AGA Presidential Symposium? We are looking for interested participants to write short snippets about talks at the online meeting. Posts are meant to be short recaps of interesting talks following the vein of other meeting digests here, here, or here. If you are interested in writing a summary of one […]

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Reproductive Isolation and the ‘Hockey Assist’ – How a shift to self-compatible mating systems can bring about reproductive isolation

The first steps in the process of speciation are a bit paradoxical when you think about it…how does one freely interbreeding species make the transition to two reproductively isolated, independent species? More specifically, how do intraspecific mating barriers become interspecific? And why even are there intraspecific mating barriers? Well, that last question is easier to […]

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