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Kwit, Graduate Students’ Research Featured in Science

Charles KwitCharles Kwit, assistant professor of ecology, and his graduate students Chloe Lash and Chelsea Miller studied the microbial communities of seeds to discover what role ants play in seed dispersion. They looked at wild ginger, bloodroot, and twinleaf.

Read more about their research and the role ants play in forest ecology in a recent Science article, Don’t crust that ant – it could plant a wildflower