impromptu seminar 01.09.15 lecture hall M (building HA) - Arvid Ågren (Univ. of Toronto, CAN)
Mating system shifts and transposable element evolution in plants.
13.10.15 - Nick Jones (Imperial College London, UK)
Evolving populations of mtDNA inside cells and organs.
20.10.15 - Thomas Wiehe (Univ. of Cologne, GER)
Coalescent trees, induced subtrees, their topology and the site frequency spectrum.
27.10.15 - Mark Kirkpatrick (Univ. of Texas, USA)
Evolution of genome structure by natural and sexual selection.
03.11.15 - Nadia Singh (North Carolina State Univ., USA)
Genetic and environmental determinants of recombination rate in Drosophila.
10.11.15 - Sophien Kamoun (The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK) Keeping up with the Plant Destroyers – The Two-Speed Genomes of Filamentous Plant Pathogens.
17.11.15 - Timothy Taylor (Univ. of Vienna, A)
The Artificial Ape 2.0: archaeological problems with Darwinian selection in humans.
24.11.15 - Hirohisa Kishino (Univ. of Tokyo, JPN)
On the adaptive mutations on the viral genomes and genetic diversity of communities.
01.12.15 - Jonathan Wendel (Iowa State University, USA)
Genes, jeans and genomes: exploring the mysteries of polyploidy in cotton.
15.12.15 - Derek Setter (Univ. of Vienna, A)
The footprint of adaptive introgression.
impromptu seminar 07.01.16
Erich Bornberg-Bauer (Westfalian Wilhelms Univ. Muenster, GER)
Emergence of de novo proteins from 'dark genomic matter' - fact or fiction?
12.01.16 - Eva Stukenbrock (Kiel Univ., GER)
Host specialisation and ecological speciation of plant pathogenic fungi: Insight from comparative population genomics analyses.
19.01.16 - Aoife McLysaght (Univ. of Dublin, IRL)
Dosage sensitive genes in evolution and disease.
26.01.16 - Stuart Baird (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., CZE)
Introgression across the European house mouse hybrid zone.