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 23

   22 Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat
10:30

Snell-Rood, EC
Learning-like mechanisms across development: insights for the evolution of life histories and complex traits

Liefting, M
Correlated evolution of learning rate studied by artificial selection in a parasitic wasp

Ledon-Rettig, CC
Altered developmental programs underlying the novel gut morphology of a cannibalistic anuran larva

10:54

Healy, K
Metabolic rate and body size linked with perception of temporal information

11:18

Khan, I
Sex-specific effects of pathogenic bacterial infection on fitness components, reproductive behaviour and mate choice in Drosophila melanogaster

Anholt, RR,H
Neurogenetic networks as substrates for natural variation in olfactory behaviour in Drosophila melanogaster

Vijendravarma, RK
Predatory cannibalism in Drosophila melanogaster larvae

11:42

Gluckman, T
Evolutionary pathways to convergence in plumage pattern phenotypes

Bailey, NW
Testing evolutionary models for the maintenance of same-sex sexual behaviour

Winkelmann, K
Competition driven ecological speciation in Lake Tanganyika cichlids

12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00 Mid-Congress Tours

Wotton, KR
A tale of two ends: axis polarity in the scuttle fly Megaselia abdita

14:24

Schiffer, PH
Major changes in the core developmental pathways of nematodes: Romanomermis culicivorax reveals the derived status of the Caenorhabditis elegans model

14:30

Presidential Address

Butlin, R

Reinforcement (and other modes of speciation)

14:48

Matamoro-Vidal, A
Generating morphological variation from basic developmental process: the example of the Drosophila wing

15:12

Hager, R
Genetic evidence for mosaic brain evolution in mammals

15:30 Break Break
15:45

Lavine, LC
Developmental links between sex and nutrition; Interactions between the sex determination pathway and hormonal signaling in stag beetles

JMS Prize

FitzJohn, R

What drives biological diversification? Detecting traits under species selection.

16:09
16:33

Laine, VN
Quantitative trait loci for behavior, growth and body size in the nine-spined stickleback Pungitius pungitius L.

16:45 Break
16:57

Meyer, A
Revisting Gavin de Beer’s classic example of heterochrony: the developmental basis of jaw growth in halfbeaks and needlefish

17:00

Distinguished Fellow

Hoekstra, R

♀ ♂ + -

17:16 Coffee Break
17:45

Jeffery, WR
Evolution of a novel adaptive behavior may promote eye regression in Astyanax Cavefish

18:00 Closing Ceremony
18:09
18:33

Santos, E
The molecular basis of a novel pigment trait in cichlid fishes

18:57

Rennison, DJ
Visual adaptation of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) to divergent spectral regimes

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

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