Department of Integrative Biology

Research and teaching in the Department of Integrative Biology emphasizes organismal interactions and adaptations to the environment. We take a modern interdisciplinary approach to understand the interactions at many levels from cells to organisms to populations to communities to landscapes. Faculty research interests include: marine and freshwater ecology; restoration ecology; population ecology; plant-animal interactions; community ecology; plant systematics; conservation biology; ecotoxicology ; biomechanics and functional morphology; environmental microbiology; microbial physiology; and gene transfer.


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