Programm

Time: 17.15 - 18.15 | Location: Lecture Hall, Loitzer Str. 26

 

17.04. | Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin)
Recreational fisheries-induced evolution: from life-history to behaviour

24.04. | Prof. Dr. Franz Bairlein (Institut für Vogelforschung, Wilhelmshaven)
The control of avian migration - an integrated approach using Northern Wheatears

08.05. | Prof. Dr. Klaus Reinhold (Universität Bielefeld)
Using Orthoptera as model organisms in sexual selection research disentangling shared traits

15.05. | Prof. Dr. Sebastian Günther (Universität Greifswald)
Multi-resistant E. coli in wild birds? The tip of the iceberg?

29.05. | Prof. Dr. Claudia Witte (Universität Siegen)
Mate choice in the public - the role of public information use in sexual selection

12.06. | Prof. Dr. Bert Hölldobler (University of Arizona, USA) | This talk is hosted by the Krupp Kolleg!
Der Superorganismus: Kommunikation, Kooperation und Konflikt in Ameisengesellschaften

19.06. | Dr. Klaus-Dieter Klass (Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden)
Skeletomuscular morphology and evolutionary aspects of the insect genital region

26.06. | Dr. Gerald Carter (Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen)
Cooperative relationships in vampire bats

03.07. | Prof. Dr. Monika Hassel (Universität Marburg)
FGFR signaling, tissue separation and cell migration in Hydra

10.07. | Prof. Dr. Pierre-Yves Henry (CNRS, Paris)
Torpor-migration convergences and emerging principles about adaptation
to seasonality