Welcome to the Bowers Lab!

Research in the Bowers lab is broadly focused on how insects and plants interact with their environment, both biotic and abiotic.  These interactions play pivotal roles in evolution and ecology and are key in structuring and maintaining communities and ecosystems. 

Research by my students and me uses a combination of field, greenhouse, garden and laboratory work to investigate the dynamics of these interactions from many perspectives, including behavior, evolution, ecology, physiology, and plant and insect chemistry.  This research has its roots and context in attempts to understand how insect interactions evolve and are maintained.

 

Dr. Deane Bowers  ::  CU Museum and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology    University of Colorado UCB 334  ::  Boulder, CO, 80309

Office Phone (303) 492 - 5530 :: E-mail deane.bowers@colorado.edu

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The Deane Bowers Lab Group

at the University of Colorado in Boulder