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Biology After Dark

Please note this event takes place on the first floor where there is no lift access.
Past event - 2019
20 May Doors 6:30PM
Starts 7:15PM
Ends 9:30PM
Furley and Co, 18-20 Princes Dock Street,
Hull HU1 2LP
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Jet-Lagged Plants and Fish who build sandcastles to attract mates. It's Biology After Dark!

Do Plants Get Jet-Lagged?

Dr Katharine Hubbard (Lecturer - The University of Hull)
@KEHplantsci
Your internal clock influences most of your bodily functions, but it also means you’re susceptible to jet-lag. Katharine Hubbard explores why this phenomenon happens, the similarities between human and plant circadian clocks, and how we can use this knowledge to increase food production on Earth and beyond.
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The Underwater World of Fish Sex

Dr Domino Joyce (Senior Lecturer - The University of Hull)
@domino_joyce
Much like us, animals make relationship decisions based upon attraction. Understanding how these decisions are made is fundamental to understanding how species evolve. Domino Joyce has been studying a type of fish that attracts mates by building sand castles on the lake floor.
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