‘Genes Up!’ continues NAS Seminar Series
UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences academic program continued with the fifth event in their seminar series Friday, Nov. 11. The afternoon featured Assistant Biology Professor Alma E. Rodriguez Estrada giving an hour-long talk, cleverly titled “Genes Up, Genes Down, Attack!” Rodriguez Estrada spoke about her research on symbiotic relationships between fungi and plants.
About 30 students, faculty and staff members attended in Environmental Sciences 328 to learn about symbiotic relationships, how they affect other organisms and how they are influenced by other environmental stresses.
A social preceded the event in the NAS office in Environmental Sciences 317 during which refreshments were served.
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See other events in this series:
11.01.2011 | Katers lends expertise to latest session in new NAS seminar series
10.18.2011 | ‘Termites, Fire and Cane Toads’ draws a crowd
09.27.2011 | Luczaj to discuss Brown County bedrock mapping at next NAS Seminar
09.09.2011 | NAS launches inaugural seminar series