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CeMEB 8th Assembly

PROGRAM 9 - 11 October at Tjärnö

 

With reservation for changes...



Tuesday 9th October

09.30 - 10.00 - Registration and coffee/tea


10.00 - 12.15 - Session 1, Big lecture hall

Kerstin Johannesson
Welcome and introduction to the meeting

Anders Blomberg
Update on the IMAGO initiative
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Chair: Daniel Johansson

Jörgen Ripa
Introduction to theoretical modelling

Jörgen Ripa
Adaptive radiations in heterogeneous landscapes

Mikael Pontarp
Ecological and evolutionary assembly processes and phylogenetic signals in marine bacterial communities


12.15 - 13.30 - Lunch


13.30 - 15.00 - Session 2, Big lecture hall

Chair: Angelica Ardehed

Stig Omholt
Physiological genomics - key to understanding the how's and the why's

Edda Klipp
Hyperosmotic stress and its effect on cell cycle progression and metabolic regulation – new insights from integrated experimental and theoretical studies

Sonja Leidenberger
Phylogeography of Baltic Idotea spp.
 


15.00 - 15.45 - Coffee & tea 


15.45 - 17.00 - Session 3, Big lecture hall

Speed discussions - chairing Kerstin Johannesson

Balanus improvisus - Carl André
Barnacles are adapted to a varying environment by being physiologically plastic. Plasticity may infer costs. Balanus improvisus in the only barnacle species inhabiting the the Baltic sea, where the salinity is low but stable. Question: have barnacles at the extreme of the environmental gradient traded some of their plasticity against a genetically fixed narrow tolerance range.
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum

Deabryomyces hansenii - Anders Blomberg
Debaryomyces hansenii is a highly salt tolerant marine yeast species that can grow and survive in close to saturated NaCl solutions (≈25%). It features a highly efficient set of mechanisms for osmoregulation, in particular efficient efflux pumps for sodium and influx pumps for the osmolyte glycerol.

Q: Can these efficient osmoregulatory systems have evolved solely in order to cope with the mediocre salinity of the sea (≈3%), or are they a consequence of combined selection pressures, e.g. under scarce availability of good carbon sources?
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum

Idotea baltica - Susanne Eriksson
Studying selection in Idotea baltica has practical restrictions in the numbers of replicate populations and tanks possible. How can we best design this experiment to maximize our results with ideally just 2 Baltic and 2 fully marine populations and salinity as the selection pressure?
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum


17.00 - Dinner


18.00 - 20.00

> Advisory Board meeting, Conference room - Lars Afzelius Lab

> PhD group meeting, Loftet

> The rest - continue discussions & pub, White dormitory


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Wednesday 10th October

08.00 - Breakfast


08.30 - 10.00 - Session 1, Big lecture hall
Chair: Martin Zackrisson

Lisa Sundqvist
Directional measures of genetic differentiation

Marina Rafajlovic
The effect of multiple paternity on genetic diversity during colonisation

Berhard Mehlig
Evolutionary branching in a stochastic population model
 


10.00 - 10.45 - Coffee & tea - PhD students are invited to Director's Tea


10.45 - 11.30 - Session 2, Big lecture hall

Speed discussions- chairing Anders Blomberg

Littorina saxatilis - Kerstin Johannesson
Evolution of a paraphyletic species. What population genetic signatures or phylogenetic signatures will be observed in the genome if there is both weak gene flow over ecotype hybrid zones (A) and a similarly weak gene flow between populations of similar ecotype (B)? But, gene flow between ecotypes will be under strong divergent selection while gene flow within ecotype will only be affected by drift (due to similar selection pressures).

Following up question: for which relationship between A and B will such a system like this result in speciation, and for what relationships will the system remain a polymorphic species? (Both A and B should be small, <10/generation, and populations sizes large – if of any importance)
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum

Apmhiura filiformis - Sam Dupont
Evolution of regeneration: how does regeneration potential relate to energy trade-offs in brittlestars? There is a lot of variability between species in the ability to regenerate lost limbs. What makes Amphiura filiformis a champion within the brittlestars?
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11.30 - 12.15 Group discussions I


12.15 - 13.30 - Lunch


13.30 - 15.00 - Session 3, Big lecture hall

Chair: Josefin Larsson

Torbjörn Lundh
Cross-feeding analysis in theory and in silico

Philip Gerlee
The effect of phenotypic switching in biological invasion

Ola Svensson
Plastic and non-plastic responses to the environment in the sand goby


15.00 - 15.45 - Coffee & tea


15.45 - 16.45 - Session 4 - Big lecture hall

Speed discussions - chairing Per Jonsson

Fucus radicans - Kerstin Johannesson
How will a superclone affect the potential for evolution?
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum

Pomatochistus minutus - Lotta Kvarnemo
Our sand gobies at the Swedish west coast stop breeding around midsummer. — Why don't they continue into later in the summer or fall, like common gobies do?
>> To the CeMEB Discussion Forum

Skeletonema marinoi - Anna Godhe
The planktonic diatom Skeletonema reproduces mainly asexually, with occasional sexual reproduction. If we know allele frequencies from subsamples collected with even intervals during two years and we can estimate N, can we come to know the frequency of sexual reproduction?

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16.45 - 17.30 - Group discussions II


17.30 - 18.15 - Group discussions III


19.00 - Dinner & Pub

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Thursday 11th October

08.00  -  Breakfast


08.30 - 10.00 – Session 1, Big lecture hall

Chair: Mårten Duvetorp

Bernt Wennberg
Parameter estimation and mathematical models in in biology.

Pierre de Wit
The Simple Fool’s Guide to Population Genomics: an introduction and a case study on gene flow and local adaptation in Red Abalone

Anders Karlsson
Designing fingers using mathematics

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42 – but what is the ultimate question? 


10.00 - 10.30 - Coffee & tea


10.30 - 11.30 – Group discussion IV


11.30 - 12.15 - Session 2, Big lecture hall

Summerizing the discussions

Concluding remarks and end of meeting, Kerstin Johannesson


12.15 - 13.00 - Lunch and departure



Steering committee meeting, 13.00 - 15.00
Conference room

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