As part of the module: "Kolloqium für Fortgeschrittene" we offer talks. They are open to the public. Students can receive credits for attending these talks.
If no other time is indicated the talks take place on Mondays, 11.00.12.00 in the big lecture hall of the Botanical Institutes.
|2019-03-06||Fern tales at two scales: Using phylogenetics to study historical biogeography in Africa and community assembly in Florida||Emily Sessa|
|2019-03-11||Progress in genome assembly methods enable the answering of new biological questions.||Dario Copetti|
|2019-03-25||Understanding variation in gene flow along the genome and across time||Simon Aeschbacher|
|2019-05-13||From phylogenomics to population genomics: parental legacy, relaxed constraint, and functional diversification in an allopolyploid||Tim Paape|
|2019-05-17||Evolutionary consequences of natural hybridization: The old and everlasting puzzle||Gonzalo Nieto-Feliner|
|2019-05-20||Evolutionary and biogeographic origins of one of the world's most diverse plant genus, Carex (Cyperaceae)||Etienne Leveille-Bourret|
|2019-05-27||The dynamics of multiple infection in natural plant populations||Anna Liisa Laine|
|2019-06-24||The genetics of plant-plant interactions: from cooperation to community-wide interactions||Fabrice Roux|
|2019-07-15||The resurrection approach shows rapid evolution in natural and experimental populations of Brassica rapa||Steve Franks|
|2020-03-30||The Ecology and Evolution of Plant Mating||Jeffrey D Karron|