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I am a specialist in eucalypt genetics with interests from gene pool utilization and conservation and genetic pollution, to understanding the evolutionary relationships and process that have shaped extant variation patterns in this iconic genus.
A major line of my research is understanding the genetic control and adaptive significance of variation in tree phenotype. I also work in the field of community and ecosystem genetics. The effects of genes may extend beyond the classic phenotype (extended phenotype) and I am studying the effects that genetic variation in foundation species has on dependent organisms and ecosystem processes.
Authorised by the Head of School, Biological Sciences
18 January, 2013