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Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry AGC 290-001- 4:10-6:00, 1 Wellman

College of Biological Sciences Seminars-Data Analysis and Visualization Using R, Presenter(s): Dawei Lin, When: 8:30 AM, Affiliation: UC Davis Genome Center – Technology Cores, Where: 1005 GBSF – Auditorium,Sponsored By: UC Davis Genome Center

GGG Seminar in Genomics & Epigenetics 4:10 pm 1022 LSA-Claude dePamphilis, Pennsylvania State Univ, Evolutionary and functional genomics of parasitic plants.

Plant Pathology PLP 290 -9:00-9:50, 115 Hutchison


Department of Chemistry 4:00-5:00pm Chem 179– Slavi Sevov, Notre Dame

Center for Population Biology (CPB) Seminar Series 4:10 – 5:30PM 1022 Life Sciences Building- Jessica Forrest, NSERC Fellow: Dept. of Entomology, UC Davis “Pollination, phenology, and phenological change in Rocky Mountain meadows”

Plant Biology Student Seminar Series 12:10 p.m. 2005 PES-Lewis Feldman (UC Berkeley) “Recent views on the establishment and maintenance of meristems in roots.” Host: Judy Jernstedt

Bioinformatics Tech Forum – 11:00 – 4202 GBSF (biweekly)


College of Biological Sciences Seminars-Genome Annotation, Presenter(s): Ian Korf and Barry Moore, When: 8:30 AM, Affiliation: UC Davis Genome Center and Univeristy of Utah, Where: 4202 GBSF, Sponsored By: UC Davis Genome Center

Community Development CRD 290-12:10-1:00 pm, 141 Olson

Entomology Departmental Seminar ENT 297N- 12:10-1:00 pm, 122 Briggs- Jacklyn Wong, postdoctoral fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga., will speak on “Oviposition Site Selection by Aedes aegypti and its Implications for Dengue Control.”

Food Science & Technology Seminar 4:10 – 5:00 pm, Room 1207, RMI South Sensory Theater (occasionally has snacks) John Krochta, UCD Food Science & Technology. Chemical Safety from Sherlock Holmes to MSDS and CUPA

Geography Seminar Series (Geo 297),What’s Space Got to do with it? 4:10-5:30pm Hoagland 113 (refreshments!)-Hsuan Hsu, Associate Professor of English, UC Davis. Topic: Cultural Geography & Literature. Presentation title: “Literatures of the American Pacific.”

MIC 291 Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 PM 1022 Life Sciences Building

Plant Sciences Departmental Seminar 12pm-1pm PES 3001- Larry Teuber “Breeding non-dormant alfalfa – Applications of pollinator behavior and gene flow to isolation and commercial seed production”

Textiles Graduate Group Seminar (TXC 290) 4:10-5pm 135 Everson Hall


Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 p.m 1001 Giedt Hall Shripad Tuljapurkar “Phenotypic Dynamics and Evolutionary Change”

MCB Joint Seminar Series 4:10pm 1022 LSA (snacks)-September 29, 2011, “The Role of Spindle Orientation in Neural Stem Cell Homeostasis in Drosophila”, Chris Doe, University of Oregon (Host: Lesilee Rose)

Postharvest Biology Seminar 12:10pm 163 Olson

Department of Statistics Seminars 4:10 – 5:30pm, Colloquium Room 1147 Mathematical Sciences (Refreshments at 3.30pm in Statistics Lounge, 4110 Mathematical Sciences) Galina Hale Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco Global banking network and international capital flows


Biotechnology Program Seminar (MCB/ECH 294) 11:00 AM 1022 LSA. Big Bang Kickoff. Nicole Starsinic, Associate Director, Center for Entrepreneurship UC Davis

Emerging Challenges in Microbiology and Immunology 12:10 1005 GBSF (often has snacks)-Scott I. Simon, Ph.D.“Engineering the innate immune response for improved resolution of S. Aureus abscess”

Plant Biology Seminar Series 12:10pm 1022 Life Sciences- Lewis Feldman (UC Berkeley) “Recent views on the establishment and maintenance of meristems in roots.”

Viticulture & Enology Seminar 12:10 RMI Silverado Sensory Theater-SEMINAR in 1207 RMI South this week-David Mills, Professor, Viticulture & Enology A new way to evaluate “microbial terroir” & Anita Oberholster, Enology Extension Specialist Influence of vinification techniques and aging on phenol composition and mouthfeel of red wine

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