New paper on the ecological basis of trade-offs!

Mel started her postdoc in evolutionary agriculture!

In the Ortiz-Barrientos Lab we study the genetics of speciation and adaptation. We are currently exploring the replicated evolution of traits and reproductive isolation, the early stages of speciation and the origin of ecotypes, the molecular causes of reproductive isolation and adaptation, the quantitative genetics of ecologically important traits and fitness, and the role of sexual selection on speciation. Please visit our pages to learn more about our research, our team members, our recent publications and about adaptation and speciation in the Senecio lautus complex.

2019 Research Group, left to right: Robin Allsop, Brianna Gough, Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos, Melanie Wilkinson, Henry Arenas-Castro, Maddie James, Avneet Kaur, Zoe Broad, Candice Baywater, Alicia Toon, and Nicholas O'Brien


© Daniel Ortiz Barrientos 2019