“Plant-Mediated Indirect Competitionbetween Insect Herbivores – Implications for Weed Biological Control“
Sponsored by the entomology department
“L-Peach – A Crop Model That Can Be Useful to Horticulturalists,Physiologists,Molecular Biologists and Breeders“
3001Plant and Environmental Sciences,12:10to1p.m.
Sponsored by the plantsciences department
“California’s Climate Change Policy Implementation“
3001Plant and Environmental Sciences,4to5:30p.m.
Sponsored by theJohn Muir Institute of the Environment
“TviA:Salmonellatyphi‘s Switch to Stealth Mode“
Sponsored by the microbiology department
“Presenilins Function as ER Calcium Leak Channels – Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease“
Sponsored by the neurobiology,physiology andbehavior section
“Serpents and Dragons in the Human Genome:Analysis and Assembly of Centromeric DNA“
Sponsored by theCollege ofBiological Sciences
“The Development of RNA-based Therapeutics:A Path Less Traveled“
Sponsored by theBiotechnologyProgram
“Negative Regulation of Growth Receptors“
6202Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility,12:10to1p.m.
Sponsored by thePharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Group
“All Roads Lead to Auxin:Regulation of Axillary Meristem Initiation in the Maize Inflorescence“
Sponsored by thePlant Biology Graduate Group
“3D Graphics and Animation:Simulation and Time“
Sponsored by the landscapearchitecture department
“Impacts of Port Gate Operations on the Highway System:A Case Study“
Sponsored by theInstitute ofTransportation Studies
“Heresy of Paraphrase“
1231Social Sciences and Humanities,3:10to5p.m.
Sponsored by the philosophy department
“Testing Hypotheses of Isolationbetween Populations using Phylogeography and Population Genetics“
Sponsored by the animalscience department
“Viroids:Then and Now“
Sponsored by the plantpathology department
“Life on the Edge:The Nature and Origins of Protein Misfolding Diseases“
1005Genome and Biomedical Sciences,3to4p.m.
Sponsored by theGenomeCenter
“The Politics of Quality in the Global Economy“
Sponsored by the anthropology department
“Selective Modulation of Glucocorticoid Receptor Action“
Sponsored by the nutrition department
“Early Events inColorectal Cancer Initiation– Mitotic Errors,Tetraploids and Cancer Cell Evolution“
California National Primate Research Center Seminar Hall,12:10to1p.m.
Sponsored by theCenter for Comparative Medicine
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