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Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences



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Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2020, November). Genes as environment: Indirect genetic effects in evolution, agriculture and medicine. Plenary presentation at AGA 2020 President's Symposium, American Genetic Association, Virtual. (International) Retrieved from https://www.theaga.org/agatwentytwenty.htm
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2017, August). Genomic basis of rapid adaptation. Keynote presentation at XVI Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Groningen, The Netherlands. (International)
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2017, May). Genomics, serendipity and predictability of evolution in poeciliid fishes. Keynote presentation at 7th Meeting of Poeciliid Biologists, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. (International)
Hughes, K. (presented 2016, June). Genomics, serendipity and evolution of poeciliid fishes. Keynote presentation at Ecological and Evolutionary Ethology of Fishes, Ecological and Evolutionary Ethology of Fishes, Tallahassee, FL. (National)
Hughes, K. (presented 2016, June). Presidential Address: Variety is the spice of life: death, sex, and the maintenance of genetic variation. Plenary presentation at Evolution 2016, Society for the Study of Evolution, Austin, TX. (International)
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2010, June). From model to supermodel? Sequencing and annotation of transcribed genes in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Plenary presentation at Fourth European Conference of Poeciliid Biologists, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, U.K. (International)
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2009, June). Developments in Poeciliid genomics. Keynote presentation at Annual Meeting, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon. (International)
Hughes, K. A. (presented 2005, April). Mechanisms and evolution of aging in honey bees. Keynote presentation at Biology of Aging, Barshop Institute on Aging, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas. (National)




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