Program parallel sessions

Parallel session I (Auditorium)

11:15-11:30       Barbara  Helm (GELIFES), Evidence for evolutionary response in the advancing phenology of a migratory bird

11:30-11:45       Koen Verhoeven (NIOO-KNAW, Terrestrial Ecology), Epigenetic inheritance of environmental effects in asexually reproducing plants

11:45-12:00       Jia Zheng (GELIFES), Parental care patterns are associated with mating opportunities in the Chinese penduline tit Remiz consobrinus

12:00-12:15       Shraddha Shitut (Microbial Biotechnology and Health (IBL), Supramolecular Chemistry (LIC)), Evolution of chromosomal coexistence

 

Parallel session II (Tuinzaal)

11:15-11:30       Leo Beukeboom (GELIFES), Molecular evolution of insect sex determination

11:30-11:45       Cas Retel (Fish Ecology and Evolution, CH), The feedback between selection and demography shapes coevolutionary genomic change

11:45-12:00       Maurijn van der Zee (Leiden, Biology), Eco-evo-devo of insect embryology

12:00-12:15      Tiziana Paola Gobbin (GELIFES), Parasites as potential drivers of speciation in old and recent cichlid fish lineages.

 

Parallel session III (Auditorium)

15:30-15:45       Frederic  Lens (Naturalis), Towards a better understanding why plants became woody during evolutionary history

15:45-16:00       Casper  van der Kooi (GELIFES), Tuning of flower colours to the visual systems of  pollinators

16:00-16:15       Katja Peijnenburg (Naturalis/UvA, Marine Biodiversity), Early Cretaceous origin of pteropods suggests their resilience to ocean acidification

16:15-16:30      Sabrina Simon (WUR Biosystematics), Evolutionary history of Polyneoptera and its implication for the evolution of winged insects

 

Parallel session IV (Tuinzaal)

15:30-15:45       Duur Aanen (WUR Genetics), Mutation-rate plasticity and the germline of unicellular organisms

15:45-16:00       Hilje Doekes (UU, Theoretical Biology&  Bioinformatics), What selection pressures shape the evolution of cell-density dependent toxin production in bacteria? Insights from a computational model

16:00-16:15       Enzo Kingma (TUDelft, Bionanoscience), Evolution of Pleiotropic Networks Can lead to Environmentally Robust Phenotypes

16:15-16:30       Arjan de Visser (WUR Genetics), Population size and the repeatability of antibiotic resistance pathways