The Genetics of Migration - CAnMove symposium
by Centre for Animal Movement Research at Lund University, Animal Ecology
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Given the revolutionary technological achievements in the field of genomic research, we are currently at a turning point where it will be possible to evolve the field of genetics of migration from phenotypic to molecular and genomic approaches enabling us to fully understand the genetics of migratory traits. The symposium will be centred on a backbone of six talks presenting case studies across a variety of taxa, and introducing different methodological approaches.
|1||CleanVideoShades of black and grey. A genomic approach to incipient speciation in Carrion and Hooded crows||Jochen B.W. Wolf: Shades of black and grey. A genomic approach to incipient speciation in Carrion and Hooded crows||3/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoMicroevolution along the migratory divide of the blackcap||Martin H. Schaefer: Microevolution along the migratory divide of the blackcap||3/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoHow can genomics elucidate spatiotemporal aspects of Pacific Salmon Migration?||Michael A. Banks: How can genomics elucidate spatiotemporal aspects of Pacific Salmon Migration?||3/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoPatterns of genetic and phenotypic variation across a migratory divide in willow warblers||Staffan Bensch: Patterns of genetic and phenotypic variation across a migratory divide in willow warblers||3/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoGenomic, genetic and epigenetic approaches to monarch butterfly migration||Steven M. Reppert: Genomic, genetic and epigenetic approaches to monarch butterfly migration.||3/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
- Category: Ecology
- Language: English
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