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Dr. Sarah Eppley

 

Research in the Eppley lab focuses on the ecology and evolution of angiosperms and bryophytes. Current research is centered on investigating 1) the ecological consequences of combined versus separate sexes and sex ratio variation in plants and 2) the interactions between environmental stress and breeding systems in the survival and maintenance of plant populations. Understanding the role of stress, particularly extreme environmental stress, in the ecology and evolution of plant species is critical to our ability to protect rare and endangered plant species and to predict the impacts of climate change on plant communities. Researchers in the lab are using an array of ecological, physiological, and molecular tools to address questions in these areas.

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Dr. Sarah Eppley
Department of Biology
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207

Tel: 503-725-8986
Office: SB2, Room 442