Oral regular presentations: 15 min, followed by a 4 min discussion and 5 min to change room
  Oral invited presentations: 35 min, followed by a 8 min discussion and 5 min to change room

   

 

 

The poster session will be at 19:16 on day 21

   21 Wed
10:30

O'Brien, EK
What limits an evolutionary response to environmental change?

10:54

Polechova, J
When does genetic drift prevent expansion of a species' range?

11:18

Carvalho, GR
Rapid evolution in experimentally-harvested fish populations

11:42

Thomann, M
Using seedbanks to investigate contemporary evolution of plant reproductive traits facing global changes

12:00 Lunch
14:00

Uusi-Heikkilä, S
Rapid phenotypic and genetic changes in experimentally exploited fish populations

14:24

Fragata, I
Quick adaptation to a new environment erases signature of history in natural populations

14:30
14:48

Spaak, P
Rapid evolution of metal tolerance revealed by resurrecting dormant propagules

15:12

Koskella, BL
Host‐parasite coevolution at ecological time scales: bacteria‐phage dynamics within a long‐lived host

15:30 Break
15:45

Neher, RA
Observing evolution in action: HIV and its coevolution with the host immune system

16:09
16:33

Milesi, P
Rapid evolution of insecticide resistance genes in mosquito populations: a quantitative approach

16:45
16:57

Veltsos, P
DNA sequence response to experimental evolution at different sexual selection conditions

17:00
17:16 Coffee Break
17:45

Uecker, H
Evolutionary rescue in structured populations

18:00
18:09
18:33

Anttila, J
Environmental variation and the evolution of virulence

18:57

Le Rouzic, A
Evolution of evolvability under fluctuating selection

19:00

Contacts

Chairman: Octávio S. Paulo
Tel: 00 351 217500614 direct
Tel: 00 351 217500000 ext22359
Fax: 00 351 217500028
email: mail@eseb2013.com

Address

XIV Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology

Organization Team
Department of Animal Biology (DBA)
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon
P-1749-016 Lisbon
Portugal

Website

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