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Natalia Pabón-Mora

My main research interests are: Plant Evo-devo, the genetic networks controlling flower and fruit development and the comparative morpho-anatomy of flowers and fruits. Keen to study the unique features of the neotropical flora I established the first Plant Evo Devo lab in Colombia right after my doctoral studies at the City University of New York and the New York Botanical Garden joint program. 

PhD
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Favio Gonzalez

My main research areas are focussed on the systematics, morphology and development in several plant neotropical families of the orders Piperales, Chloranthales, Winterales, Papaverales, Gunnerales, Fabales and Campanulales, as well as in members of the parasitic Apodanthaceae (Cucurbitales) and various New World Santalales. Most of my research is related to the evolution of leaf, inflorescence and floral traits. 

PhD