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Seminars on Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

20.06.2018 We’re pleased to announce next SEEB. The lecture entitled “Functions of duets and chorus in chubb's cisticola” will be given by Michał Budka (Department of Behavioural Ecology). When: 20.06.2018, 12:15 Where: Collegium Biologicum, Mała Aula

June 14th, 2018|Conferences, Seminars and Lectures|

Seminars on Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

13.06.2018 We’re pleased to announce next SEEB. The lecture entitled “Host specialisation within a phytophagous insect community: The case of Tefritidae species in Reunion” will be given by Maud Charlery (University of Lisbon). When: 13.06.2018, 12:15 Where: Collegium Biologicum, Mała Aula

Publication in New Phytologist

The paper by Bogdziewicz et al. on the role of environmental constraints in mast seeding was published in the latest issue of New Phytologist. We wrote about the research in the past post (link). In the same issue, Tanentzap & Monks published a positive commentary on that research. https://nph.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/nph.15219

June 6th, 2018|Publications|

Seminars on Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

06.06.2018 We’re pleased to announce next SEEB. The lecture entitled “Corn bunting's dialects in a highly fragmented habitat” will be given by Anne-Laure Geboes (University of Liege). When: 06.06.2018, 12:15 Where: Collegium Biologicum, Mała Aula

Seminars on Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

30.05.2018 We’re pleased to announce next SEEB. The lecture entitled “Trade-offs between pathogen resistance and autoimmunity shape genomic variability of MHC immune genes” will be given by Tobias Lenz (Max Planck Institute). When: 30.05.2018, 12:15 Where: Collegium Biologicum, Mała Aula

Seminars on Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

23.05.2018 We’re pleased to announce next SEEB. The lecture entitled "Reproductive strategies and their health consequnces in African arboreal primate" will be given by Małgorzata Arlet (Institute of Antrhopology UAM). When: 23.05.2018, 12:15 Where: Collegium Biologicum, Mała Aula

May 22nd, 2018|Archive, Archive 2018|

Media about the research conducted in our Institute

Polish Press Agency, The Polish Society for the Protection of Birds, and  Journal of Animal Ecology write about research of cooperative team of Population Ecology Lab and Charles University in Prague. The research is about avoiding competition in sibling species of birds. http://naukawpolsce.pap.pl/aktualnosci/news,28896,konkurencja-w-stylu-slowika.html https://otop.org.pl/2018/03/22/mechanizmy-unikania-konkurencji-u-blisko-spokrewnionych-gatunkow-mppl/ https://journalofanimalecology.wordpress.com/2018/03/21/how-do-birds-avoid-their-sibling-species-competitors/

April 8th, 2018|Media about us, Media about us|

Publication in Journal of Animal Ecology

The article by Lechosław Kuczyński and Anna Skoracka (Population Ecology Lab) and cooperators from the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic was published in the Journal of Animal Ecology. The study shows how birds avoid their sibling-species competitors. Data were collected by skilled volunteers within the Common Breeding Bird Survey in Poland. The link to [...]

April 8th, 2018|Publications|

Publication in New Phytologist

In "New Phytologist" journal  the article co-authored by Michał Bogdziewicz (Department of Systematic Zoology) entitled "Correlated seed failure as an environmental veto to synchronize reproduction of masting plants" was published. What Michał talks about the research: Variable, synchronized seed production, called masting, is a widespread reproductive strategy in plants. Numerous ideas were proposed to explain [...]

March 30th, 2018|Publications|

Publication in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

The article by Natalia Olejnik, Zbigniew Celka and Piotr Szkudlarz (Department of Plant Taxonomy) and Myroslava V. Shevera (M. G. Kholodny Institute of Botany, NAS of Ukraine) was published in “Review of Paleobotany and Palynology”. The article focuses on the taxonomical importance of morphological traits of spores in the family Ophioglossaceae (Psilotopsida). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0034666717302075

March 28th, 2018|Publications|