Submitted by dahlonegascience on Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:20

On April 17 Shozo Yokoyama, the Asa G. Candler Professor of Biology at Emory University, spoke on All Creatures Conspicuous and Invisible.  He spoke on the molecular genetics and evolution of color vision of various animals.  He discussed a wide range of animals with various visual systems, which include trichromatic color vision, red-green color blindness, UV vision, and infrared vision, and updated us on what we know about the relationships among genes, vision, and various habitats.

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