EEB Seminar: March 7th

This week we welcome our own Eugene Sit.

Examining phenological variation of an invasive plant using a developmental model

My research examines the basis for variation in flowering time in an invasive wetland plant, Lythrum salicaria, using a model of stem development. I present time series data from an ongoing common garden experiment at Queen’s University Biological Station, with families representing populations from across a 1000 km transect of eastern North America. I will also discuss the underlying data science challenges I encountered while analyzing repeated and multifaceted observations of nearly 3600 individuals and solutions with broad utility for other researchers.

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