Rondy Malik, PhD Candidate Ecology, dissertation defense

PRESENTATION/TALK

Rooting for you: incorporating microbes, invertebrates and plant-root associations into food-web processes

118 ASI Building

It is a great pleasure to announce that Rondy Malik, PhD Candidate Ecology, will be presenting his dissertation “Rooting for you: incorporating microbes, invertebrates and plant-root associations into food-web processes” in a public seminar on Monday, May 13th at 10:00am in 118 ASI Building.  Part of his dissertation was CZO-funded.  All are welcome.


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Biology / Ecology

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