Biology

Phylogenetics, Systematics and Biogeography

Phylogenetics, systematics, and biogeography deal with the identifying, classifying, and understanding the relationships among organisms, including their geographical extent. Methods range from physical examination of specimens to a variety of genetic analyses.

Academics

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Doug Bartlett
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Centers, Labs, and Programs

We work to better understand parasites and parasitism, and to use them to enhance general ecological, evolutionary, and behavioral science.

Biology News

Reflections on COP27 from a First-Time Delegate

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Rescued Octopus Provides Rare Chance for Researchers to Understand Life Cycle

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Parasites Associated with Eating Fish Showing Up in Southern California Fishing Locales

Snail that hosts potentially dangerous flatworms found to be widesprea...