LUNCHBOX Talk: Masting and Other Tricks to Beat the Herbivores
with Bob Peet, Professor of Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill
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Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
The world is full of animals that eat plants, so there is strong selection for traits that protect plants from these consumers, or at least limit their success. We will explore some of the resulting diversity of traits that plants have evolved to protect themselves ranging from timing of events to chemical properties.
About LUNCHBOX Talks: Bring your lunch and join us for a free lecture! Pre-registration required.
About the presenter:
Bob Peet has been in the UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Biology since 1989 and is affiliated with many local, national, and international ecological societies. His primary interests are in forest ecology and dynamics, vegetation classification, ecoinformatics, and the diversity of the Carolina flora.