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Yu Xiang

Ph.D. Student

Department of Biological Sciences

Auburn University,  Auburn, AL 36849

xiangyu[at]auburn[dot]edu

Tel: (334) 844-1651

2001-2004

Division of Animal Evolution and Systematics, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.S.

1997-2001

College of Life Science, Qufu Normal University, B.S.

 

Symbiont polymorphism, phylogeography and genetic boundaries in the pandemic anemone genus, Aiptasia.

2007

CMB/CECST Fellowship.

2006-2007

Graduate Student Research Award, the Graduate School, Auburn University.

2004-2005

Cellular and Molecular Biosciences Doctoral Fellowship, Auburn University.

2007

3rd Place Student Poster Award, 2007 Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Orlando, Florida.

2006

"A nuclear genome perspective on species boundaries and population structure in the sea anemone Aiptasia spp." - Benthic Ecology Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia.

2006

"A nuclear genome perspective on species boundaries and population structure in the sea anemone Aiptasia spp." - Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, Phoenix, Arizona.

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Thornhill, D.J., Y. Xiang, W.K. Fitt, S.R. Santos. 2009. Reef endemism, host specificity and temporal stability in populations of symbiotic dinoflagellates from two ecologically dominant Caribbean corals. PLoS One. 4:e6262. Featured Weekly Image in EveryOne, the PLoS One Community Blog Download article directly from PLoS One website


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