Ecology, Evolution and Systematics

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Research in this area is focused on the origin, maintenance and demise of plant biodiversity, from sequences and genomes to populations, species and their interactions. The group possesses strengths in systematics, the evolution and population genetics of plant sexual systems, in molecular evolution of sex chromosomes and species divergence, and in the ecology of plant-animal interactions.

  , Professor of Plant Evolutionary Biology

Population genetics and evolutionary ecology

  , Departmental Lecturer

Population ecology and evolutionary ecology

Dr Dmitry Filatov Dr Dmitry Filatov, University Lecturer in Evolutionary Genetics

Population genetics and molecular evolution

Dr Colin Hughes Dr Colin Hughes, Senior Research Associate in Plant Systematics

Systematics and evolution

Dr Steve Kelly Dr Steve Kelly, Systems Biology Research Fellow

Evolution and biodiversity

Dr Robert Scotland Dr Robert Scotland, Reader in Systematic Botany

Plant systematics and evolution