Grusz lab members Blake Fauskee and Noah Olson (UMN Duluth, class of '2019) will spend their summer exploring museum collections in the Department of Botany at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, contributing to a project exploring the evolutionary implications of asexual reproduction on organismal diversity.Read More
Myriopteris lendigera (Cav.) J. Sm.
Grusz lab members Ashley Zenzen and Blake Fauskee had an incredible experience on the OTS Tropical Ferns & Lycophytes 2019 graduate field course. A huge thank you to course faculty and staff!Read More
Grusz lab members spent a weekend at the Itasca Biological Station. Itasca provided a perfect laboratory setting and we enjoyed a weekend of chromosome squashing, phylogenetic trees, and ferny films.Read More
Grusz lab research on genotypic diversity in asexual ferns—supported by the University of Minnesota Duluth UROP program for undergraduate research—presented at Evolution 2019 in Montpellier, France.Read More
The Grusz Lab hosted the American Fern Society’s annual Fern Foray at Botany, 2018 (Rochester, MN). More than 40 botanists from around the world joined us for an exploration of the ferns and lycophytes native to the Driftless flora.Read More