Tag: Plant Evolution

Plant Research in Zhang Lab Featured on VCU Home Page

A Juanuolla mexicana shrub, Solanaceae family, in Zhang's backyard.  Photo by Kevin Morley from VCU University Marketing.
A Juanuolla mexicana shrub, Solanaceae family, in Zhang’s backyard. Photo by Kevin Morley from VCU University Marketing.

Assistant Professor Wenheng Zhang, PhD, was recently featured on the VCU homepage (www.vcu.edu) along with her graduate students, Farahnoz Khojayori, Joon Kim, & Ghadeer Bukhari, and her postdoctoral fellow Jingbo Zhang, for their research efforts in plant evolution and development.

Zhang’s lab & research website can be found at https://plantevodevo.bio.vcu.edu/index.html

Full Article: “Flower Power – VCU biologists use developmental clues from plants to unlock secrets of evolution in the natural world.” by Leah Small in VCU Public Affairs.

Nature Magazine interviews Biology faculty member

Flowering Plants Blooming

Assistant Professor Wenheng Zhang was interviewed in an article by Nature: International Journal of Science about the anatomy of the first flower to appear on the planet.  Zhang, an expert in the evolution and development of plants, gave input and perspective in the ongoing debate about the first flowering plant in the world.

Article: “Debate blooms over the anatomy of the world’s first flower”

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