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Professor Sergei Volis

  Professor Sergei Volis
  Sergei Volis, Professor of Ecology. My lab uses ecological, phylogenetic and population genetics techniques to examine the contribution of historical processes, natural selection and gene flow to genetic, morphological and ecological diversification within and among species. Especially we are interested in intraspecific diversification, which often is an intermed... More Content>>
Current Group Members
  1. Sergei Volis, PhD (Prof., Group leader)
  2. Tan Yulian, PhD (research assistant)
  3. Lu Sun (PhD student) More Content>>
Major Research Achievements
  Major Research Achievements
  1. A simulation model investigating joint evolution of seed traits along environmental gradients (New Phyt. 2013, 197: 655-667)
  2. A novel approach for conservation of endangered plant species in which ex situ collections maintained in natural or semi-natural environment called quasi in situ are a part of a complementary ex situ – in situ conservation st... More Content>>
News
Publications
  Publications
  1. Volis, S. Seed heteromorphism in Triticum dicoccoides: Association between seed position within a dispersal unit and dormancy. Evolutionary Ecology (in press)
  2. Deng T., Nie Z-L., Drew B.T., Volis S. et al. Does the Arcto-Tertiary biogeographic hypothesis explain the disjunct distribution of Northern Hemisphere herbaceous plants? The case of Meehania (Lamiaceae). Pl... More Content>>
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