Biological systematics is the study of the diversification of living forms, both past and present, and the relationships among living things through time. Systematics, in other words, is used to understand the evolutionary history of life on Earth.
Grad Student - Chelsea Cunard
Graduate student Chelsea Cunard implementing a field experiment studying invasive Microstegium vimineum (2014).
Research - Sweet Potato
Plants used in a study aimed at reconstructing evolutionary relationships in the sweet potato species complex.
Grad Student - Dorothy Christopher
PBIO grad student Dorothy Christopher teaches Girl Scouts about the parts of a flower at the Girl Scout Science Day, an outreach event that included graduate students from Plant Biology and the Odum School of Ecology (Spring 2016)
Grad Student - Katie Putney
PBIO grad student Katie Putney and former Chang lab technician Grant Lor set up a field experiment for former PBIO grad student Bryan Quigly (May 2013)
Alumni - Elise Bartelme
Alumna Elise Bartelme teaching a Plant Biology lab course (2014).