Evolutionary and Ecological Functional Genomics

Martin Feder, Department of Organismal Biology & Anatomy / The University of Chicago

Evolutionary and Ecological Functional Genomics (EEFG) refers to research regarding genetic variations in order to better understand the functional significance of genetic changes in natural environments and how this may affect the evolutionary processes. These studies include investigators who try to combine evolution, ecology, functional analysis (physiology, biochemistry, neurobiology, endocrinology, functional morphology, etc.), and genetics in a single research program. This site provides descriptions of the various genetic research projects and serves as a forum for publishing and sharing research data. There is a list of upcoming events and conferences as well as a collection of websites containing genomic research information. This resource is part of the Biocomplexity collection. http://serc.carleton.edu/biocomplexity/

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Subject: Biology:Diversity, Biology, Evolution, Ecology
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work
Grade Level: College Upper (15-16), Graduate/Professional