WHEN? Tuesdays at 12:15 WHERE? Lecture hall N2 + Zoom
P.S. If you like evolutionary biology, don't miss the Hilgendorf Lectures, our flagship event jointly organised with colleagues from the Geosciences!
|Plant Ecol|| |
Katja Tielbörger - Are plants intelligent? Learning and decision-making without a brain
|Anim Evol Ecol|| |
Jan Benda (Neurobiologie) - Secretly talking electric fish
|Evol Biol Invertebr|| |
Manuela Sann (Hohenheim) - Evolutionary history and feeding ecology in Apoidea (apoid wasps and bees)
Anim Physiol Ecol
Victoria Drechsel - Cadmium-induced molecular stress response in earhtworms
Plant Evol Ecol
Uta Grünert - Digitization and current research in the Tübingen Herbarium
Philip Schlüter (Hohenheim) - Pollination, genes and speciation: insights from deceptive orchids
Plant Evol Ecol
Guo Yaolin - Geographic variation in biotic interactions between invasive and native plants
Evol Biol Invertebr
Anita Roth-Nebelsick (SMNS Stuttgart) - Function, functional morphology and biomimetics - How relevant is biology for bio-inspired technics?
|Anim Evol Ecol|| |
Matteo Santon & Nils Anthes - Demonstrating a versatile R-routine to guide linear modelling
|Comp Zool|| |
|26 July||Anim Physiol Ecol||Thomas Knigge (Le Havre) - A crab is not a fish: Differences in endocrine systems and consequences for endocrine disruption by environmental chemicals in crustaceans|
- Please keep your presentation to around 35 minutes so that there is still some time for discussion.
- Keep in mind that you have a rather broad audience, with a mix of students and more experienced reseachers, and people from different disciplines. Don't assume too much, explain terms, avoid specialized jargon.
- Shortly introduce the speaker at the beginning of the seminar.
- Encourage everybody, in particular students, to ask questions. In Zoom, questions can be indicated through "raised hands" or posed directly in the chat. Try to keep an overview and call people individually. If there are students and/or women with questions, give them priority.
- Particularly for external speakers: get in touch with them prior to the seminar, organise chats with students and postdocs (this can also be done in Zoom), and organise dinner (post-Covid19). Ask other EvE groups that may be interested to participate.
Oct 19 - Vit Latzel (Prague) - How memory affects plant behavior
Nov 2 - Oliver Bossdorf - Plants gone wild
Nov 9 - Andreas Schweiger (Hohenheim) - Macrophysiology: Is it worth following Schimper‘s trail?
Nov 16 - Nico Michiels - Natural reward - a deterministic evolutionary force that drives macroevolution beyond natural selection?
Nov 23 - Klaus Harter (Tübingen) - The cyanobacterial herbicide 7dSh - from the molecular mechanism of action to prospects for application
Nov 30 - Yoko Matsumura (Greifswald) - The penetration mechanics of intromittent organs in insects
Dec 7 - Katharina Peschke - Gammarids as monitoring organisms for wastewater impact on streams and rivers
Dec 14 - Rolf Beutel (Jena) - The evolution of insect systematics - from Hennig to transcriptomes
Dec 21 - Franziska Bucher (Jena) - Plant adaptations to climate chage - how and why to shift phenology
Jan 11 - Dario Galanti - Genetic and environmental determinants of large-scale epigenetic variation in Thlaspi arvense
Jan 18 - Leonida Fusani (Wien) - The art of crossing seas and deserts: A Passerine perspective
Jan 25 - Anne Kempel (WSL Davos) - Plant-enemy interactions in a changing world
Feb 1 - Jinlong Wang - An evolutionary perspective on the shifting defense hypothesis in invasive plants
Feb 8 Johannes Kamp (Göttingen) - Farmland birds in Germany 1990-2018: population trends, landscape context and drivers of change
Apr 27 - Zhijie Zhang (Konstanz) - Coexistence of alien and native plants
May 4 - Christoph Ratzke (CMFI Tübingen) - Ecological systems biology - Ecological theory meets microbial model systems
May 11 - Margarita Yavorskaya - Evolution of head structures in beetles with special emphasis on the feeding apparatus and miniaturized forms
May 18 - Nadja Simons (Darmstadt) - Drivers of insect decline in grasslands - Mechanisms and solutions
Jun 1 - Marzieh Safari - Plant-associated microbes and their impact on crop-environment interactions
Jun 8 - Heinz Köhler - Solar radiation stress in terrestrial snails - from thermodynamics to microevolution
Jun 15 - Alexey Polilov (Moscow) - The current state and future of the study of insect miniaturization
Jun 29 - Rafaella Canessa Mesías - Plant-soil interactions along the Chilean coastal range
Jul 6 - Bernd Pelster (Innsbruck) - Living in an acidic and often hypoxic environment - physiological adaptations of Amazonian fishes
Jul 13 - Robert Rauschkolb - Back to the Future - Seed banks as a tool to investigate recent adaptation to global change
Jul 20 - Wolfgang Fiedler (MPI Radolfzell) - Movements of southwest German Red Kites: tracking a "politically relevant" raptor
Jul 27 - Andreas Nieder (Neurobiologie Tübingen) - Number crunching in animals – from adaptive value to neuronal mechanisms
Nov 3 - Uta Grünert - Multi-strain responses of calcifying algae to lake carbon dynamics
Nov 10 - Oliver Betz - Linking insect functional morphology to ecology, evolution and biomimetics
Nov 17 - Holger Schielzeth (Jena) - Evolutionary ecology of a widespread green-brown polymorphism in grasshoppers
Nov 24 - Isolde van Riemsdijk - Searching for moving hybrid zones in amphibian species with big genomes
Dec 1 - Göran Bengtsson (Lund) - "So soll es sein, so wird es sein" - on the scientific support for the odd interaction between Sweden and the Corona virus
Dec 22 - Ramona Irimia - Plant performance traits and invasion - a global field survey of Japanese knotweed
Jan 19 - Anke Stepphuhn (Hohenheim) - The many layers of defence against herbivores in solanaceous plants
Jan 26 - Robert Junker (Marburg ) - The emergence and functionality of multidiversity in alpine succession
Feb 2 - Jake Soscha (Virgina Tech) - Organismal biomechanics & bioinspired engineering
Feb 9 - Mona Schweizer - Why pH is crucial - Toxicity assessment and modelling approahc of ionisable substances using the Fish Embryo Test (FET)
Feb 16 - Leonie Fischer (Stuttgart) - Urban nature: where people and biodiversity meet
Feb 23 - Christian Voolstra (Konstanz) - The metaorganism frontier - we are not alone
Apr 14 - Sara Tomiolo - Fight, flight or encroach: how do abiotic stress and biotic interactions affect plant growth and behaviour?
May 12 - Philip Steinhof (Greifswald) - Lifestyle matters: Functional role and plasticity of brain areas in spiders
May 19 - Sara Heshmati - Effect of white clover and perennial ryegrass population on the productivity and yield stability of grass-clover and grass-clover-forb mixtures
Jun 23 - Gesche Blume-Werry (Greifswald) - Invasive earthworms unlock plant nitrogen limitation in arctic tundra
Jun 30 - Nils Anthes - Evidence-based conservation approaches for farmland birds
Jul 7 - Catherine Peichel (Bern) - Genetics of adaptation in sticklebacks
Jul 14 - Oliver Bossdorf - Understanding the secret microbes in plants: effects of a common endophytic fungus on invasive knotweed and its native competitors
Jul 21 - Joscha Beninde (UCLA) - Connectivity and gene flow in urban areas
Oct 22 - Christina Richards - Using genomics approaches to understand mechanisms of response to complex environmental conditions in non-model plants
Oct 29 - Nico Michiels - Do small fish use subtle illumination tricks to detect cryptic predators?
Nov 5 - Jiri Dolezal (Czech Academy of Sciences) - Cold climate plants in a warmer world: 20 years of research in W Himalayas
Nov 26 - Maximiliane Herberich - The emergence of plant community dynamics and functional traits in response to the hydrological regime
Dec 10 - Pieter De Frenne (Ghent) - Microclimatic buffering below forest canopies
Jan 14 - Trishna Dutta (Göttingen) - Carnivore ecology, connectivity, and conservation in a fragmented world
Jan 28 - Anton Morath - The meaning of torsion for a snail's body plan - textbook misconceptions
Feb 4 - Sebastian Büsse (Kiel) - Hunting with catapults: the predatory strike of the dragonfly larva