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Seminars of the Department of Botany

Summer semester 2019-20


18.2. flash presentations   Jiří Neustupa, Martina Pichrtová, Petr Sklenář, David Svoboda, Tomáš Dostálek, Marek Slovák
25.2. Jana Steinová Department of Botany, Charles University Small and resistant: what  connects lichens with       microorganisms in deep underground
3.3. Tomáš Urfus Department of Botany, Charles University Hybridization: destructive or constructive evolutionary force?
10.3. poster session    
17.3. Petr Keil German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)
Integrating patterns, trends, and predictors of biodiversity across spatial scales
24.3. Christine Römermann Plant Biodiversity, Institute of Ecology and  Systematics, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena Changes in phenology are associated to plant functional traits
31.3. PhD. students' seminar   Magdalena Bohutínská: Genomic parallelism in adaptation to alpine environment in two wild Arabidopsis species; Zuzana Líblová: The importance of climate for trait evolution in Impatiens species; Veronika Konečná: Demographic consequences and adaptive responses to parallel environmental switches
7.4. seminář UNCE (Velká zoologická posluchárna)   Daniel Souto Villaros: Plant/pollinator mediated speciation: from extreme specialization to character divergence; Tomáš Pánek: Adaptation of eukaryotes to low-oxygen environments; Martina Pichrtová: Stress tolerance mechanisms of Arctic and Antarctic filamentous green algae (Zygnematophyceae); Petra Frýdlová: Determinate growth is ancestral within Squamates
14.4. Hana Šantrůčková Department of Ecosystem Biology, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice Significance of dark CO2 fixation in arctic soils
21.4. Paul Rogers Wildland Resources Department, Utah State University Pando to Pangea: plant communities suggest divergence in the world's largest living organism
28.4. PhD. students' seminar   Veronika Kosová: Mechanisms enabling plants to respond to climate change; Jakub Starosta: Phylogeography, phylogeny and mating types of Physconia; Zuzana Škvorová: Unveiling the key factors determining the lichen symbiosis associations
5.5. Roberto Salguero-Gómez Department of Zoology, Oxford University A novel framework of demographic resilience
12.5. Hans De Kroon Department of Experimental Plant Ecology, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen  On biodiversity mechanisms, and a biodiversity crisis
19.5. Vít Hubka Department of Botany, Charles University New and persistent challenges in dermatophyte research

All seminars are in lecture room Krajinova posluchárna (2nd mezzanine, Benátská 2, Praha 2). Guests welcome!

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