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Seminars of the Department of Botany

Summer semester 2020-21

Due to continuing regulations the department seminar will be fully online.  This may change later depending on the quarantine regulations (and will be announced here). Form of the poster session (last seminar) will be announced later.

The Zoom link is https://cuni-cz.zoom.us/j/99444721370 (Please note the change from Google Meet.)

Seminars organized by the Department of Ecology (including the UNCE seminar) run in Zoom (https://cuni-cz.zoom.us/my/ecology.seminars).

 

16.2. Martin Weiser Department of Botany, UK Root foraging as a plant behavioural trait
23.2. PhD students seminar   Jakub Hojka: Polyploidy-related patterns and processes in the evolution of Oxalis and Arabidopsis; Jan Ptáček: Evolutionary trends in genome size, polyploidy, and reproductive strategies of alpine plants on environmental gradients; Iris Sammarco: Natural DNA methylation variation in Fragaria vesca populations along climatic gradients
2.3. Julia Kreiner Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto  The repeatability and genomic architecture of herbicide resistance evolution
9.3. flash presentations   Zuzana Münzbergová, Zdeněk Kaplan, Jan Novák, Vojtěch Abraham, Martha Kandziora, Miroslav Kolařík
16.3. Eelke Jongejans Animal Ecology and Physiology, Radboud University, Nijmegen Population-level responses to weather and site conditions as
revealed by Integral Projection Modeling
23.3. Michal Horsák (together with Dept. of Ecology) Institute of Zoology and Botany, Masaryk University Brno Spring fens: what makes them special for ecologists and palaeoecologists 
30.3. Alexandra Muellner-Riehl Molecular Evolution and Plant Systematics, Leipzig University Mountain biogeography
6.4. Marcus Hamilton (together with Dept. of Ecology) Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at San
Antonio
On the convergent biogeography of biodiversity and human cultural diversity
13.4. Catherine Roumet  Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, Université de Montpellier Functional diversity of root systems: from individuals to ecosystems
20.4. Sophie Karrenberg Department of Ecology and Genetics, University of Uppsala Causes and consequences of lineage divergence in campions (Silene)
27.4. UNCE seminar (together with Depts. of Ecology, Zoology and UŽP)   Lukáš Falteisek (Dept. of Ecology): Structure and dynamics of microbial communities from acidic ferruginous springs; Antonín Macháč (Center for Theoretical Study): Diversity dynamics vary across phylogenetic scales; Martin Čertner (Dept. of Botany): Diploid–polyploid coexistence in plant populations and its evolutionary consequences; Jaroslav Koleček (Inst. for Environmental Studies): Should I stay or should I go? Migration, return rate and dispersal of the Great Reed Warbler
4.5. Brian Husband Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph Reproductive interactions between domesticated and native apple (Malus): Agricultural impacts on native biological diversity
11.5. Julia Pawłowska University of Warsaw, Institute of Botany  Aureoboletus projectellus - An American bolete
rapidly spreading in Europe
18.5. Poster session   2nd grade Master students, and remaining introductory PhD. students

 

 

Under normal conditions, seminars take place in the lecture hall Krajinova posluchárna (2nd mezzanine, Benátská 2, Praha 2) at 3 p.m.; currently they take place at the same time in the online mode. Guests welcome!

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