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06.10.20 – Günter Wagner (Yale Univ., US)
The evolution of cancer malignancy.
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13.10.20 – Naama Barkai (Weizmann Institute of Science, IL)
How transcription factors find their binding sites: distributed sensing by intrinsically disordered domains.
20.10.20 – Kristi Montooth (Univ. of Nebraska, US)
Mitochondrial-nuclear-environment interactions shape physiology, fitness and genome evolution.
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27.10.20 – Arbel Harpak (Columbia Univ.,US)
Interpreting signals of polygenic adaptation in humans.
03.11.20 – Amanda Larracuente (Univ. of Rochester, US)
Dynamics of meiotic drive in Drosophila.
10.11.20 – Nandita Garud (Univ. of California, Los Angeles, US)
Rapid adaptation in natural populations: Lessons from Drosophila and the human microbiome.
17.11.20 – Nicolas Bierne (Univ. de Montpellier, FR)
Anthropogenically admixed mussel genomes support a polygenic architecture of species barriers.
24.11.20 – Wenyu Zhang (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, DE)
The high primary rate of gene retroposition leads to a high mutational load in house mouse natural populations.
01.12.20 – Jerome Kelleher (Univ. of Oxford, UK)
Inferring the ancestry of everyone.
15.12.20 – Bertrand Servin (French National Institute for Agricultural Research, INRA, FR)
Estimation of selective effects from population genomics data.
12.01.21 – Jochen Wolf (Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., DE)
Hybridization in natural populations.
19.01.21 – Stephan Greiner (Max Plank Inst. of Mol. Plant Physiol., DE)
Chloroplast genetics in evening primrose (Oenothera) - A driver for selfish evolution and speciation.
26.01.21 – Catherine Peichel (Univ. of Bern, CH)
Genetics of adaptation: the roles of pleiotropy and linkage.