Elizabeth Ruck

Taxon Contributor
Research Associate, University of Arkansas

Rouzbahani, Tahmineh

 

Rushforth, Sam

Elizabeth received her Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010. For her dissertation research, Elizabeth studied the phylogeny and systematics of the diatom order Surirellales, which gave insights into the origins of endemic species in ancient lakes. Elizabeth runs day-to-day operations in the lab and is studying the plastid genome evolution in diatoms. She’s especially interested in understanding patterns of deterioration in the plastid genomes of non-photosynthetic species.

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