(AKA "Topics in nerve/muscle physiology")

This seminar meeting explores comparative and evolutionary aspects of the nervous sytem as components of biodiversity in the broad sense, in keeping with PBRC's focus on biodiversity research, training and outreach. Open to all interested students, faculty, postdocs, visitors, etc.


Development of prey-capture capabilities in fish

This spring's seminar tentatively will again be on development of predator-prey interactions in fish - behavior, neurobiology and ecology. Details TBA.

General information:
Simultaneously serving as a graduate seminar course (Zoology 712), officially enrolled students are given priority in choice of subjects for presentations. Students enrolled for a letter grade will have their grade dependent on their knowledgeable participation in the discussions and their presentations. Ordinarily one graduate credit will be given for enrollment.

Meetings in Bekesy Lab Rm. 103A

First meeting Wednesday January 17, 2018 2:00-3:00 PM
Students interested in enrolling, and for any questions, please contact Dan Hartline (danh at pbrc dot hawaii dot edu)

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