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List of Posters

Bakirdoven et al. - Behav 01 *
The role of chemicals in sexual communication in Aphidius ervi

Bidell et al. - Behav 02 *
Immediate effect of light on eclosion behaviour

Finke et al. - Behav 03 *
Individual consistency in the cognitive abilities of honey bees across elemental and non-elemental learning paradigms

Gaddi et al. - Behav 04 *
Distance estimation in weakly electric fish, G. petersii

Lucks et al. - Behav 05 *
Do weakly electric fish use optic or electric flow information to control their position?

Palm - Behav 06 * - Rathmayer Prize 2021 (Jugendforscht Wettbewerb 2021)
Environmental factors induce thelytokous parthenogenesis in the worker caste of Messor capitatus ants

Roces et al. - Behav 07
Use of environmental and social information: the collective construction of nest structures for climate control in leaf-cutting ants

Schülke et al. - Behav 08
Prenatal maternal stress effects on gut bacterial microbiome and HPA axis activity in wild Assamese macaques

Singh et al. - Behav 09 *
Interspecific differences in host finding traits in Nasonia wasps (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae: Pteromalinae)

Sonntag et al. - Behav 10 *
Do bumblebees vary their flight altitude to return home in clutter?

Vepur Ramamurthy et al. - Behav 11 *
Collective Construction: Adjustment of underground foraging tunnel in Leaf-cutting ants

Brenne et al. - Dev 01 *
Epigenetic modification during diapause development in Daphnia magna embryos

Bullinger et al. - Dev 02 *
Genome editing strategies to mark homologous neurons between insect species

Chen et al. - Dev 03 *
Two heat shock protein 70 members during diapause and stress in the freshwater Crustacean Daphnia magna

de la Roche et al. - Dev 04 *
Optimising efficiency of the CRISPR/Cas9 system in Tribolium castaneum by germ line-specific Cas9 expression

Keweloh et al. - Dev 05 *
Generation and analysis of Tribolium castaneum imaging lines to study neuroendocrine development

Posnien et al. - Dev 06
Differences in orthodenticle expression promote ommatidial size variation between Drosophila species

Rethemeier et al. - Dev 07 *
Characterising putative type II neuroblasts in the Tribolium embryo

Wang et al. - Dev 08 *
Modeling EGFR mutations in Drosophila melanogaster

Wiegleb et al. - Dev 09 *
Gene expression divergence during Drosophila head development on single nuclei resolution

Bergunder et al. - Ecol 01 *
Don’t let fluctuations push you around - How brackish invertebrates function in variability

Hartbauer et al. - Ecol 02
Detecting and protecting the endangered leather beetle Osmoderma eremita (Juchtenkäfer)

Huhle et al. - Ecol 03 *
Local differences of Daphnia in sensitivity to light pollution and fish kairomones

Kiefer et al. - Ecol 04 *
Flavobaterial symbionts support cuticle biosynthesis and adaptation to stress across beetle families

Kowalewska et al. - Ecol 05 *
Migration under clock control? Light perception via cryptochrome 2 (cry2) and diel vertical migration in Daphnia

Loidolt et al. - Ecol 06 *
Attractivity of native and non-native Acer and Tilia species for bees

Meyer et al. - Ecol 07 *
Sex differences in sand goby feeding ecology during breeding season

Rebai et al. - Ecol 08 *
Effects of high fluctuating temperatures on the performance of Daphnia magna originating from different latitudes

Redoglio et al. - Ecol 09 *
First insights into consequences of nutrient co-limited phytoplankton communities on the growth of a rotifer

Rodríguez et al. - Ecol 10 *
Variation of cuticular hydrocarbon profiles among honeybee workers with different social roles and between different Apis mellifera subspecies

Ruthsatz et al. - Ecol 11
Ontogenetic Thermal Tolerance and Acclimation Capacity in the European common frog (Rana temporaria)

Skudlarek et al. - Ecol 12 *
Form and function of D. atkinsoni’s inducible defences

Balcarcel et al. - EvoBio 01 *
Brain evolution in selected extant and extinct Artiodactyla clades: morphological and size changes in microevolution and macroevolution

Cassidy et al. - EvoBio 02 *
Developing search filters for literature reviews: A case study with non-human primates

Fuhrmann et al. - EvoBio 03 *
Polygenic adaptation from standing genetic variation allows rapid ecotype formation

Hess - EvoBio 04
The vampire amoebae: widespread yet poorly known microbial predators

Lange et al. - EvoBio 05 *
The role of fas genes for desiccation resistance in the jewel wasp Nasonia vitripennis

Link et al. - EvoBio 06 *
On the origin and evolution of striated muscle cells: Insights into muscle cell transcriptomes from the scyphozoan species Aurelia aurita

Pande et al. - EvoBio 07 *
Visual Ecology of Earwigs

Porwal et al. - EvoBio 08 *
Born with a silver spoon or suffering due to your parent’s food habits?

Strack et al. - EvoBio 09 *
Adaptation of Aphidius ervi to a novel host: preference and fitness consequences

Sun et al. - EvoBio 10 *
Unraveling complex chemical profiles and sexual signaling through haploid genetics: Cuticular hydrocarbon genetics in the jewel wasp Nasonia

Vitt et al. - EvoBio 11
Inbreeding affects the condition-dependent expression of ornamental traits in the West African cichlid Pelvicachromis taeniatus

Wan et al. - EvoBio 12 *
Glycogen metabolism influence Tribolium segmentation involed in Wnt signalling through GlyS and AGBE

Braig et al. - Morph 01 *
Phenotypic variability in body morphology of some eumalacostracan larvae – a quantitative comparison of laboratory and wild caught material

Haug et al. - Morph 02 *
The larval diversity of spoon- and thread-winged lacewings

Haug et al. - Morph 03
Quantitative comparisons of whip spiders reveal that their morphology was less static in evolution than generally assumed

Haug et al. - Morph 04
Astonishingly diverse lacewing larvae in amber demonstrate now extinct extreme morphologies

Kreuz et al. - Morph 05 *
Absence asymmetry in the internal male genitalia of Austrophasmatidae, Mantophasmatodea

Moritz et al. - Morph 06 *
A unique tarsal spinning organ in glomeridesmid millipedes (Diplopoda, Pentazonia, Glomeridesmida)

Van der Wal et al. - Morph 07 *
Reconstructing life cycles of the isopodan group Aegidae – immatures of “marine mosquitoes”

Zippel et al. - Morph 08 *
The morphology of extant and fossil larvae of false flower beetles with prominent terminal ends

Althaus et al. - NB 01 *
Polarization- and light-sensitive neurons in the central brain of the cockroach Rhyparobia maderae

Arteaga Avendano et al. - NB 02 *
Motor pattern in a discrimination task

Bigge et al. - NB 03 *
Parallel spatial processing in hawkmoth vision

Dinges et al. - NB 04 *
Campaniform Sensilla Influence Interleg and Intraleg Coordination in Drosophila melanogaster

Görl et al. - NB 05 *
Elevated pCO2 affects neuronal plasticity underlying predator perception in the freshwater crustacean Daphnialongicephala

Gutjahr et al. - NB 06 *
One appendage - two behaviors

Harzsch et al. - NB 07
Neuromodulator diversity of local olfactory interneurons and regionalization of olfactory glomeruli in crustaceans

Huster et al. - NB 08 *
Functional assessment of putative chemo co-receptors IR25a and IR93a of predator perception in Daphnia

Jahn et al. - NB 09 *
The organization of the central and lateral complex in the brain of the cockroach Rhyparobia maderae

Jaske et al. - NB 10 *
Tuning properties of wide field motion-sensitive neurons in the bumblebee

Keyser et al. - NB 11 *
Neurotransmitters and Neuropeptides in the central complex of two non-pterygote hexapods

Kraft et al. - NB 12 *
Bigger brains are better: Shedding new light on neuroplasticity in the honeybee using expansion microscopy

Kümmerlen et al. - NB 13 *
Neuromodulator diversity in the central olfactory pathway of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1895)

Mayweg et al. - NB 14 *
Location and odor-induced differential expression of chemo-coreceptors in the water flea Daphnia longicephala

Neupert et al. - NB 15
Identification and distribution of RYamides in the circadian clock of the Madera cockroach

Nguyen et al. - NB 16 *
Investigating the sun compass in monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus)

Rother et al. - NB 17 * 
Dynamic properties of compass neurons in bumblebees

Schmalz et al. - NB 18 *
Identification and characterization of uni- and multimodal visual neurons in the mushroom body output of Apis mellifera

Staudacher et al. - NB 19
Locusts in the sky: responses of compass cells

Strube-Bloss et al. - NB 20
Smelling sticks: Multi-unit-recordings of antennal lobe-neurons in stick insects

Yeganegi et al. - NB 21 *
Compartmentalization of brain activity during sleep in an avian brain

Böhringer et al. - Phy 01 *
Insights into the structural features of hemocytin from the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum

Degirmenci et al. - Phy 02 *
Using CRISPR/Cas9 to differentiate the function of honeybee (Apis mellifera) sugar receptors

Gerhards et al. - Phy 03 *
Bacteria-induced NO production in Locust hemocytes

Jose Vattoly et al. - Phy 04 *
Targeted expression of a constitutively active EGFR allele in the respiratory system of Drosophila melanogaster induces lung cancer like phenotypes

Kühle - Phy 05 *
Metabolic changes upon smoke exposure and manipulation of the Nrf2 antioxidant pathway in Drosophila melanogaster

Martens et al. - Phy 06 *
Transcriptomic analysis of neuronal cells transfected with putative neuroprotective genes from the hooded seal (Cystophora cristata)

Proske et al. - Phy 07 *
A protein-reduced diet alone or as part of a combination therapy rescues tumor-associated phenotypes of an intestinal cancer model

Schlosser et al. - Phy 08 *
Globins in zebrafish development (Danio rerio)

Hahn et al. - Syst 01 *
Optimization of DNA barcoding methods to study beetle diversity in the Leipzig floodplain forest

Pinkau et al. - Syst 02 *
A drop in the ocean of deep-sea diversity: 3D-microanatomy of a novel Solenogastres (Mollusca, Aplacophora) from the Northwest Pacific