Zoologisches Kolloquium

jeweils 17:15 bis 18:15 Uhr | Hörsaal Loitzer Str. 26

 

25. April | PD Dr. Mirjam Knörnschild, FU Berlin | Gastgeber: Gerald Kerth
Acoustic communication and vocal learning in bats - the case study Saccopteryx bilineata

2. Mai | Prof. Dr. Gareth Jones, University of Bristol (UK) | Gastgeber: Gerald Kerth
Global change and the conservation biology of bats

9. Mai | Prof. Dr. Konrad Fiedler, Universität Wien | Gastgeber: Klaus Fischer
Species-rich moth communities - sensitive indicators along environmental gradients

16. Mai | Dr. Rosa Fernández, Centre for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona, Spanien) | Gastgeber: Peter Michalik
Arthropod evolution in the era of genomics

23. Mai | Prof. Dr. Thorsten Burmeister, Universität Hamburg | Gastgeber: Jan-Peter Hildebrandt
Evolution and functional diversity of vertebrate respiratory proteins

30. Mai | Prof. Dr. Günter Pass, Universität Wien | Gastgeber: Gabriele Uhl
Many hearts beat in an insect! Structure, function and evolution of hexapod circulatory organs

13. Juni | Prof. Dr. Peter Kappeler, Universität Göttingen | Gastgeber: Gerald Kerth
The evolution of sex roles in primates

20. Juni | Prof. Dr. Maria-Elisabeth Krautwald-Junghanns, Universität Leipzig | Gastgeber: Angela Schmitz-Ornes
Avian flu - importance for birds and men

27. Juni | Dr. Reto Buri, Universität Jena | Gastgeber: Gerald Kerth
Genomics of adaptation and speciation revisited: Interpreting differentiation landscapes in the light of long-term linked selection

4. Juli | Prof. Dr. Serge Utevsky, Kharkiv National University (Ukraine) | Gastgeber: Jan-Peter Hildebrandt
Molecular clues for understanding the phylogenetic relations of leeches (Hirudinidae)

11. Juli | Prof. Dr. Manfred Schmidt, Georgia State University (Atlanta, USA) | Gastgeber: Steffen Harzsch
The crustacean sense of smell