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 20

   20 Tue 21 Wed

Ellers, J
A new perspective on phenotypic plasticity: taking into account physiological mechanisms challenges classic plasticity theory

Zera, AJ
Morph-specific circadian plasticity and G X E for juvenile hormone and gene expression in a wing-polymorphic cricket


Foray, V
Can we predict the effect of thermal fluctuations on specialist and generalist reaction norms?

Araya-Ajoy, YG
Individual variation in behavioral plasticity and social environments


Compton, ME
When in doubt, hedge your bets. Diversification and phenotypic plasticity in Spirodela polyrhiza (L.) (Greater duckweed)

Philippe, A
Phenotypic plasticity of social behavioural response in a spatial cognitive tasks

12:00 Lunch Lunch

Gomez-Mestre, I
Phenotypic divergence among spadefoot toad species reflects accommodation of mechanisms underlying developmental plasticity

Chevin, L
Evolution of discrete phenotypes from continuous norms of reaction


Leggett, H
Experimental evolution of plasticity in a virus

Harney, ED
Causes and consequences of developmental plasticity in Daphnia maturation


Kuemmerli, R
Division of labour through phenotypic heterogeneity in clonal bacterial populations

Cortes, PA
Discovering the genetic basis of torpor in a Chilean marsupial


Pulkkinen, K
Fish farms select for increased phenotypic plasticity in growth and virulence in a fish pathogen

Ragsdale, EJ
A developmental switch gene for a feeding dimorphism in Pristionchus nematodes is coupled to micro- and macroevolution of plasticity

15:30 Break Break

Peluffo, A
When to shrink? Understanding the evolution of negative growth in ectotherms

Mateus, AA
Spatio-temporal compartmentalization of ecdysteroid effects on post-growth patterning


Clark, ES
Plastic traits of whitefish dependent on the interaction of pathogens, host developmental stage, and genetics

Ishikawa, A
Molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying variation in phenotypic plasticity in Sticklebacks


Gotthard, K
The evolution of alternative developmental pathways in a butterfly: local adaptation in developmental thresholds and footprints of relaxed selection on life history plasticity

Saastamoinen, M
Phenotypic and genetic responses of life-history traits to predictable and unpredictable developmental conditions in a seasonal butterfly


Till-Bottraud, I
The role of phenotypic plasticity in the response of species to environmental change: a reciprocal transplantation of five grasses species along an altitudinal gradient

Gunter, HM
No strain no gain: genetic investigation of adaptive phenotypic plasticity in teleost jaws

17:16 Coffee Break Coffee Break

Bretman, A
Plastic mating strategies: transcriptomics of male responses to mating rivals in Drosophila melanogaster

Burraco, P
Is predator-induced phenotypic plasticity regulated by DNA-methylation in tadpoles?


Carter, MJ
Plasticity in signalling behaviour reflects genetics as well as relative size in burying beetles (Nicrophorus vespilloides)

Schunter, CM
Differential gene expression in a non-model fish species with alternative mating tactics


Lehmann, P
Loss of diapause related behavioral plasticity during northwards range expansion in the invasive Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata* (Say) in Europe

Ramm, SA
Sex allocation plasticity on a transcriptome scale


Piiroinen, S
Temperature stress of preceding generations modifies the response to insecticide stress in the invasive Colorado potato beetle

Matsunami, M
Transcriptome analysis of predator- and prey-induced phenotypic plasticity in the Hokkaido Salamander (Hynobius retardatus)



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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


Computational Biology & Population Genomics Group