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le jeudi 06 juin à 11:00

Damien Devos (Center of Organismal Studies, Heidelberg)

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Microbiology’s platypus
We study a poorly characterized bacterial gender of the Planctomycetes phylum, Gemmata obscuriglobus. Planctomycetes are major players in the global nitrogen and carbon cycles and are uniquely capable of anaerobic ammonium oxidation (a globally important nitrogen transformation). Within that phylum, the bacteria of the gender Gemmata are particularly interesting due to their complex intracellular membranous organization that is sustained by proteins showing (...)

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le jeudi 13 juin à 11:00

Clement Gilbert (CNRS, Poitiers)

salle 10 de la mezzanine

Transferts horizontaux d’éléments transposables

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le jeudi 20 juin à 11:00

Thomas Bataillon (universite d’Aarhus, DK)

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Fitness Landscapes & Dynamics of Adaptation : what can we infer from patterns of phenotypic and molecular evolution ?
The distribution of fitness effect of new mutations is central to many questions in evolutionary biology such as :
what type of genetic variation enables sustained evolution, does adaptation to a given environment entails systematically a cost in different environments, what forces maintain phenotypic and molecular variation we observe in extant populations, etc. (...)

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le jeudi 27 juin à 11:00

Erich Bornberg-Bauer

Salle de formation du PRABI

Where do new genes and domains come from ?

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le vendredi 21 juin à 11:00

Micha Sammeth

Salle de formation du PRABI

s in the big picture : genetic fine-tuning of transcriptome variation across human populations

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