|Time||16th December||17th December|
|10:00 to 11:30||Online check-in and troubleshooting|
|13:00 to 13:30||Plenary talk|
The animal domestication process – an organismal perspective.
Marcelo Sánchez-Villagra (Paläontologisches Institut und Museum – Universität Zürich)
Species in theory and practice – why taxonomy matters.
Frank E. Zachos (Natural History Museum Vienna, Austria)
|13:30 to 13:35||Q + A session||Q + A session|
|13:35 to 13:45||Short talk 1|
Intra-species co-evolution in the mammalian intestine.
|Short talk 11|
Novel genes matter: a lepidopteran-specific gene required for keeping scales on the wings of Bicyclus anynana butterflies.
|13:48 to 13:58||Short talk 2|
Selection dynamics among N interacting strains “playing” co-colonization games.
|Short talk 12|
Low spontaneous mutation rate and Pleistocene radiation of pea aphids.
|14:01 to 14:11||Short talk 3|
New insights into intraspecific variation of defence suppression in phytophagous spider mites.
|Short talk 13|
Constitutive activation of cellular immunity underlies the evolution of resistance to infection in Drosophila.
|14:14 to 14:24||Short talk 4|
Parthenogenesis is self-destructive for scaled reptiles.
|Short talk 14|
The evolution of adaptive seasonal colouration in the long tailed weasel inferred from museum genomics.
|14:27 to 14:37||Short talk 5|
New dromaeosaurid from Marília Formation (Late Cretaceous, Brazil) updates teeth diversity of the Unenlagiinae.
|Short talk 15|
Evidence against assortative mating in Podarcis muralis colour morphs.
|14:40 to 14:50||Short talk 6|
New allosauroid remain from Upper Jurassic of Brazil with comments on diversification and decline of Carcharodontosauria (Theropoda, Dinosauria).
|Short talk 16|
Ancient variation at multiple loci underlies adaptive coat colour polymorphism in white-tailed jackrabbits.
|15:05 to 15:10||Flash talk 1|
Empirical substitution models of protein evolution traditionally used in phylogenetics and recombination bias protein folding stability.
Roberto Del Amparo
|Flash talk 10|
Developmental acclimation for fecundity in Drosophila subobscura.
|15:10 to 15:15||Flash talk 2|
Evaluating the causes of current genetic gradients of modern humans of the Iberian Peninsula with spatially explicit computer simulations.
|Flash talk 11|
Evolution serving society: a Drosophila experiment under climate change.
|15:15 to 15:20||Flash talk 3|
Transgenerational inheritance of DNA methylation in response to salinity stress in Daphnia magna.
|Flash talk 12|
Gene expression during adaptation to global warming.
|15:20 to 15:25||Flash talk 4|
Human microbiome evolution and antibiotic resistance in pandemic times.
|Flash talk 13|
Genetic population structure of the Blackspot seabream (Pagellus bogaraveo) across its distribution area: contributions from mtDNA control region to fisheries science.
|15:25 to 15:30||Flash talk 5|
Bacterial persistence: an evolutionary mechanism or a set of errors in lucky bacteria?
|Flash talk 14|
The effect of habitat loss and fragmentation on genetic variation: insights using spatio-temporal models.
|15:30 to 15:35||Flash talk 6|
Human social interactions shape the distribution of pathogenicity and antibiotic-resistance genes.
|Flash talk 15|
The importance of low coverage and lack of reference genomes on demographic inference.
|15:35 to 15:40||Flash talk 7|
The impact of sub-lethal temperatures on spider mite reproduction.
|Flash talk 16|
The genetic architecture of social and asocial learning in Drosophila melanogaster.
|15:40 to 15:45||Flash talk 8|
How does sympatric evolution shape reproductive isolation in spider mites?
|Flash talk 17|
Evolution in the nitrogen, sulfur and iron biogeochemical cycles: What can multiheme cytochromes tell us?
|15:45 to 15:50||Flash talk 9|
An integrative analysis of the short-term effects of tail autotomy on thermoregulation and dehydration in wall lizards (Podarcis bocagei).
|Flash talk 18|
Speciation with gene flow in wood ants.
|15:50 to 16:00||Q + A session||Q + A session|
|16:10 to 16:20||Short talk 7|
Zebrafish discriminate stress states in others.
|Short talk 17|
Genetic consequences of the Last Glacial Period on modern humans from Southeast Asia.
|16:23 to 16:33||Short talk 8|
Fluctuating heat stress during development exposes reproductive costs and hidden adaptive potential.
|Short talk 18|
Demographic inference under the n-island model.
|16:36 to 16:46||Short talk 9|
(Re) Searching for Evolution: Portuguese Science curricula analysis from first to ninth grades.
|Short talk 19|
Adaptive evolution is common in rapid evolutionary radiations.
|16:49 to 16:59||Short talk 10|
Learning about COVID-19 and other coronavirus animal diseases in a simple and playful way; a book and a board and card game.
|17:10 to 17:30||Closing ceremony and awards|
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