Plant-Pollinator Interactions
Ecology, Genetics, Evolution

Our research focuses on the ecology, genetics and evolution of the interaction between plants and pollinators. Our approaches include a wide range of techniques in the field (large scale, spatially-explicit and GIS-based observations, experiments), the greenhouse and the lab (e.g., geometric morphometrics, DNA sequencing, AFLPs, microsatellites, etc., etc.) as well as theoretical modeling.

As model systems, most of our research is carried on Brassicaceae, mostly on Erysimum, although we also work with other crucifers, like Brassica, Moricandia, etc.



J.D. Fernández Septiembre 2008