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Through Dennis' broad conceptual foundation in plant morphology and the novel collaborations he developed in plant genetics and genomics, his research is actively driving the fields of plant morphology, plant systematics, plant ontology and developmental evolution--all from a phylogenetic perspective.
The complexity of such interactions in animal pollinated plants relies on the influence of floral morphology, plant density, floral display and other abiotic and biotic factors on pollinator behavior (Dafni et al., 2005).
Among his required courses were Plant Morphology, Plant Pathology, and Plant Physiology.