Born on Mount Etna: the story of the Oxford Ragwort

8 March 2017 1.00pm 1.45pm

Venue:

Lecture Theatre, Weston Library (Map)

Speaker(s):

Professor Simon Hiscock, Director of the Oxford Botanic Garden

Contact:

Janet Walwyn

Description

Professor Hiscock will explain research into plant reproduction and evolution using the example of the Oxford ragwort, descended from species native to Mount Etna which evolved after being transported to the Oxford Botanic Garden approximately 300 years ago.

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