The UVM Plant Biology Department provides research and education in the basic biology of plants at all levels of organization, from the molecule to the organism to the ecosystem. World problems addressed by plant biologists include natural-resource sustainability, food security, global climate change, renewable energy, and human health and well-being.
The plant sciences provide novel strategies, new technologies, and practical solutions or mitigations to some of the major global challenges that face future generations.
The James Marvin Memorial Seminar Series is held on Thursdays at 4:15pm in room Jeffords 110 during the academic year.
January 30: Alterations of Habitable Pore Space By Earthworms and Subsequent Effects on Soil Biogeochemistry (Josef Gorres)
February 6: Micro- and macro- habitat differences among the members of the Adiantum pedatum complex at local and regional scales (Morgan Southgate) and Predictability, Plasticity and Poplar Populations (Baxter Worthing)