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Workshop presentations


Karin Metzlaff, EPSO EPSO – new partners exploring new opportunities in molecular ecology


Detlef Weigel, MPI Developmental Biology Developmental biology and lanscape genomics


Simon Owens and Rob Huxley, RBG Kew and NHM European Natural History Collections. What can they offer the scientific community?


Alexander Widmer, ETH Zürich Reproductive isolation and the maintenance of species boundaries


Ian Baldwin, MPI Chemical Ecology Using field stations as natural laboratories for the study of plant gene function


Stefan Jansson, Umeå Plant Science Centre Molecular ecology and landscape genomics of trees


Heinz Ruedel, Fraunhofer IME The Environmental Specimen Bank Program in Germany


Titti Mariani, Radboud University Nijmegen Nijmegen living Solanaceae collectionand Herbarium


Paul Smith, Wakehurst Place The Millennium Seed Bank Partnership: enabling adaptation and innovation


Laura Rose, Uni Munich Population Genetics and Adaptation in Plants


Jackie Mackenzie-Dodds and Isabel Rey Fraile, NHM, London and MNCN, Madrid
Molecular Collections in Natural History Museums and Herbaria


Stephanie Manel, University of Joseph Fourier, Grenoble Landscape Genetics


Niels Raes, National Herbarium Macroecology: Modelling the distribution of wild relatives of crop plants



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