Ambrocio Melvin A. Matias, M.Sc.
Biology 11 (laboratory)
Biology 140 (laboratory)
My research interest is focused in the use of intraspecific genetic variations in inferring processes that likely influence the distribution of genetic diversity across space. This includes identification of processes, historical and contemporary, that possibly shaped the present spatial patterns of genetic diversity in the marine system and quantification of the contributions of different seascapes in spatial intraspecific genetic variations.
Matias AM, Anticamara JA, Quilang JP. 2013. High gene flow in reef fishes and its implications for no-take marine reserves. Mitochondrial DNA 24(5): 584-595
Matias, A.M.A. and Fontanilla, I.K.C. 2011. Optimizing the utility of Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum (sibuyas Tagalog) for the Allium test by elucidating its mitotic periodicity and rhythmicity under varying light conditions. Science Diliman 23(1): 43-51.