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Johanne Brunet


Welcome to my USDA website! Here you can find information about my lab and the exciting projects I work on and the interesting people that I work with. On the left sidebar you can see some general lab pages, research pages, and people pages. Have fun!

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Lab photo 2018

Research: We evaluate plant mechanisms that influence gene flow among populations of horticultural crop plants, and between crops and free-living plants outside of agricultural systems; investigate mechanisms that could be deployed to retard or eliminate gene flow; evaluate the biological fitness of plant populations with foreign genes in model and agricultural environments; assess the potential risks of gene flow in agricultural systems.


Entomological Society 2020 Virtual Meeting. 
We will have two presentations in the On Demand: PIE, Pollinators and Pollination Session, which will be available for viewing by registered participants November 11-25.

Can netting and pan traps identify pollinators?
Johanne Brunet, Kevin Boyer, Fabiana Fragoso and Molly Dieterich Mabin

The decision-making process of a social and a solitary bee navigating discontinuous landscapes
Fabiana Fragoso, Qi Jiang, Murray Clayton and Johanne Brunet



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