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Our research is focused on understanding the causes and consequences of the enormous diversity in plant reproductive strategies. We integrate various techniques to explore evolutionary and ecological factors underlying reproductive transitions to ask questions about the lability of traits and how they respond to selection, their adaptive significance, and whether the underlying genetics is simple or complex.

photo: D.B.Lowry

photo: P. Gorman

Friedman Lab, Syracuse University | 256 Life Sciences |
Office: 315.443.1564 Lab: 315.443.8193 |


photo: G. Pilch