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Ph.D. student conference in winter semester 2018/19

11. 1. 2019, lecture room C1

time speaker title
8.50-9.00 Introduction
9.00-9.20 Pagi Toko Species richness and diversity pattern of geometridae moths along Mt Wilhelm altitudinal gradient, Papua New Guinea
9.20-9.40 Maicher Vincent Seasonal shifts of biodiversity patterns and species’ elevation ranges of butterflies and moths along a complete rainforest elevational gradient on Mount Cameroon
9.40-10.00 Moses Jimmi Nutrient utilization by tropical ant communities along three extensive elevational gradients: a cross-continental comparison
10.00-10.20 Redmond Conor Plant-herbivore interactions along a successional gradient in tropical rainforest
10.20-10.40 Seifert Carlo Vertical stratification patterns of a temperate forest caterpillar community
10.40-10.50 short break
10.50-11.10 Dahl Chris The insect-focused classification of fruit syndromes in tropical rainforests: an inter-continental comparison
11.10-11.30 Libra Martin Parasitoids along altitude
11.30-11.50 Delabye Sylvain Diversity patterns of moth communities along a productivity gradient in Southern Africa
11.50-12.10 Szefer Piotr Impacts of fungi, herbivores and predators on secondary succession of a tropical rainforest vegetation
12.30-13.00 lunch break
13.00-13.20 Hejníková Markéta Characterization of neurohormones and their genes in the retro cerebral complex of Linden bug Pyrrhocoris apterus
13.20-13.40 Karásková Martina Ecology and behaviour of Ancylomenes longicarpus
13.40-14.00 Aslam Muhammad Response of passerine birds and chicks to larvae and pupae of ladybirds
14.00-14.20 Mladěnková Nella Retinal S-opsin dominance in Ansell’s mole-rats (Fukomys anselli) is a consequence of naturally low serum thyroxine
14.20-14.40  Akter Asma Increasing anthropogenic activities and habitat loss in the Sundarbans: Impact on plant-pollinator interactions and plant reproduction
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