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Program

Monday, 30st August

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https://uni-bielefeld.zoom.us/j/98340395760?pwd=K04wNitCTFJqQTMwakZhNWw0aFpBUT09

Meeting-ID: 983 4039 5760  | Passwort: 719550


18:00

Welcome address (Jacob Engelmann, Charlotte Förster)
 

18:10 - 19:00

Wissenschaftspreis der DZG: Karl-Ritter-von-Frisch-Medaille

Preisträger: Jürgen Heinze (Universität Regensburg) | Laudatio: Gabriele Uhl

The queens, the workers, and the grim reaper - aging and reproduction in social insects

Tuesday, 31st August

13:15 - 14:00

Dieter Mahsberg (Universität Würzburg, Germany)

Zoologie in Würzburg

https://uni-bielefeld.zoom.us/j/95298957073?pwd=UDdFZHR1eHpuSVZZRlI5SjlLUm9aZz09
Meeting-ID: 952 9895 7073 | Passwort: 327000 


15:45 - 16:30

Roger Butlin (University of Sheffield, UK)

Local adaptation and speciation in Littorina saxatilis

14:15Otte et al.
 A chemical key to biological invasion – A comparative analysis of antipredator defences induced by fish bile salts in the zooplankton species Daphnia lumholtzi
14:23 Pollmann et al. *
 Speciation and cytoplasmic incompatibility in Lariophagus distinguendus: a novel phenotype for Spiroplasma
14:31 Schröder et al. *
 Signatures of positive selection in the evolution of mutualistic insect endosymbionts
14:39Gharabigloozare et al. *
 The confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum: A model for investigating Wolbachia - host interactions
14:47Hauber et al. *
 Built-in disinfection: Metapleural gland secretions and uses in a clonal ant
14:55Prang et al. *
 Sibling cooperation in a genus with interspecific variation in offspring dependence
15:03Elsner et al.
 Molecular underpinnings of division of labour among workers in a socially complex termite
15:11Majoe et al. *
 Leafcutter ant queens’ ovaries show fewer transcriptomic changes with age than the brains and fatbodies do
15:19Rinke et al. *
 The Evolutionary Significance of Horizontal Gene Transfer in Ants
14:15Linda Weiss 
 Sensing predation - mechanisms underlying predator perception in the freshwater crustacean Daphnia
14:27 Fink et al.
 Food quality mediates the interaction between top-down and bottom-up control of stream biofilms
14:33 Horstmann et al.
 Costs and benefits of inducible defences in Daphnia cucullata
14:39Sperfeld et al.
 Ecology of predator‑induced morphological defense traits in Daphnia longispina
14:45Wacker et al.
 Acclimation to low quality food: Intra- and interspecific differences in rotifers
14:51Baranov et al.
 Bergmann`s rule in insects: Body-size of non-biting midges shows latitudinal and phylogenetic variations
14:57Buellesbach et al.
 Crossing the line: Genomic architecture of cuticular hydrocarbon variation in the parasitoid jewel wasp Nasonia
15:03Kiefer et al. *
 A beetle’s Achilles heel: Glyphosate inhibits symbiotic bacteria in saw-toothed grain beetle
15:09Wolz et al. *
 Hidden friends or foes? A gregarine shifts insect responses to sublethal insecticide residues 
15:15Matzke et al. *
 Fitness consequences of pre- and post-mating selection in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
15:21Voß et al. *
 Spatiotemporal Gradients of Transamazonian Forest Mite Assemblages and Diversities, Evaluated by Metabarcoding Technique
16:35Tretter et al.
 Chemical variation and differences in aggressive behavior between haplometrotic and pleometrotic populations of the ant Pogonomyrmex californicus
16:45 Drakula et al. *
 Cuticular hydrocarbon diversification correlates with aggression levels in the invasive ant Cardiocondyla obscurior
16:55 Gilles et al. *
 Partners smell alike: Preen oil chemical composition in pied flycatchers
17:05Eckel et al. *
 Bumblebees use scent marks to find their nest entrance in visually ambiguous situations
17:15Jung et al.
 The use of supervised learning models in studying agonistic behavior and communication in weakly electric fish
17:25Wittek et al. *
 Mirror Self-Recognition in Pigeons: Beyond the Pass-or-Fail Criterion
16:35Susanne Hoffmann
 Neural control of duet singing - An electrophysiological field study 
16:47 Stöckl et al.
 Visually-guided proboscis movements fine-tune probing on flower patterns in the hummingbird hawkmoth
16:53 Gebehart et al. *
 Temporal Differences of Load & Movement Signal Integration in the Sensorimotor Network of the Insect Leg
16:59Hydi et al. *
 Stimulus distillation: How the lateral-line system of fish and the infrared system of snakes use inhibitory feedback to generate a perceptible map out of heavily blurred input
17:05Steinhoff et al. *
 Analysis of the neural substrate for visual motion processing in cursorial and stationary hunting spiders
17:11Stemme
 Comparison of chemosensory pathways in Arachnida – insights from a neuroanatomical and behavioral approach
17:17Foster et al.
 The Visual Ecology of the Honeybee’s Polarization Compass
17:23Beer et al.
 Manipulation of the circadian clock gene Pigment Dispersing Factor in honey bees via CRISPR-Cas9
17:29Buescher et al. 
 Transcriptional control of central complex connectivity in Tribolium and Drosophila

Wednesday, 1st September

13:15 - 14:00

Thomas Bosch (Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Germany)

Nature´s oldest neurons interact with the microbiota

 

15:45 - 16:30

Tiffany M. Knight (German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Leipzig, Germany)

Plant pollinator interactions across space and time

14:15Maximina Yun
 De novo thymus regeneration in a vertebrate, the axolotl
14:27 Gabriele Andreatta
 Molecular mechanisms orchestrating growth, sexual maturation, and reproductive timing in Platynereis
14:39 Steger et al.
 Single-cell transcriptome dynamics throughout the life cycle of Nematostella vectensis
14:45Tidswell et al.
 The neuroblast timer gene nubbin exhibits functional redundancy with gap genes to regulate segment identity in Tribolium
14:51Bucher et al.
 Temporal control on RNAi reveals that segmentation breakdown is reversible after knock down of even-skipped but not after Wnt-signaling in a beetle
14:57Farnworth et al.
 Of tracts, lineages, and evolution: A developmental atlas of the Tribolium brain
15:03Janeschik et al. *
 Duplication and divergence of the transcription factor Pax2/shaven in chelicerates and its role in sense organ development
15:09Lu et al. *
 Dissecting the mechanism underlying the evolution of head development in Drosophila
15:15Nikšić et al. *
 Natural variation in compound eye size in Drosophila melanogaster – A potential role of apoptosis in defining organ size
15:21Prpic-Schäper et al.
 Conserved and divergent aspects of clawless function in distal leg patterning in the spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum
14:15Männer et al. *
 Adaptation in a changing world: disentangling genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity in a common garden experiment with the invasive New Zealand Mud Snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum
14:23 Rühr et al. *
 Juvenile ecology drives adult head shape evolution in earwigs and stoneflies
14:31 Steidle et al.
 The emergence of ecotypes in a parasitoid wasp: A case of incipient sympatric speciation in Hymenoptera?
14:39Wolff et al.
 Building behaviour does not drive rates of phenotypic evolution in spiders
14:47Jandausch et al. *
 Evidence for female resistance traits in traumatically mating Strepsiptera (Insecta)
14:55Ramm et al.
 Seminal fluid-mediated manipulation of post-mating behaviour in a simultaneous hermaphrodite
15:03Riyahi et al.
 Differential gene expression in Zebra Finch Taeniopygia guttata brain and testes in response to experimentally manipulated sperm competition risk
15:11Thünken
 The evolution of inbreeding preference in cichlid fishes
15:19Neumann et al. *
 Counting days for lunar time-keeping and the evolutionary origins of circalunar clocks
16:35Wissink et al. *
 Appetitive olfactory learning suffers in ants when octopamine or dopamine receptors are blocked
16:45 Fleischmann et al.
 Magnetoreception during initial learning walks and re-learning walks in Cataglyphis ants
16:55 Delacoux et al. *
 The Impact of Stress and Personality on Learning
17:05Baier et al.
 Dialogue of the Deaf? Vocalization and navigation behavior in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired bats
17:15Papadopoulou et al. *
 Spatial learning in a swimming tunnel reveals the navigation strategies and the usage of visual and electric information in the weakly electric fish Apteronotus albifrons
17:25Hladik et al. *
 Home sweet home: Effect of size and scent on shelter selection in two scorpion species
16:35Tilic et al.
 Room for one more inside? Morphological adaptations of Veneriserva pygoclava Rossi 1984 (Dorvilleidae, Annelida) to a life inside another worm
16:41 Edel et al. *
 The influence of phylogenetic history on a highly functional trait, the orthopteran mandible
16:47 Linhart et al. *
 The diversity of aphid lions over time – a quantitative comparison
16:53Hein et al. *
 Comparative morphology of the venom delivery system of selected atractaspid, elapid and viperid snakes using micro-CT based 3D modulation
16:59Engelkes et al.
 Functional adaptations to locomotion in the humerus of frogs and toads
17:05Kiesmüller et al. *
 A case of frozen behaviour: A putative parasitoid flat wasp with a beetle larvae in its grasp in 100 million years old amber
17:11Thomas et al. *
 Influence of water films and surface energy of the substrate on the attachment performance of Phasmatodea with different adhesive surface microstructures (AMS)
17:17Büscher et al.
 Walking leaves – sticky eggs: comparative functional morphology and evolution of the adhesive system of leaf insect eggs (Phasmatodea: Phylliidae)
17:23Hörnig et al.
 Reconstructing aspects of reproduction of extinct insects based on fossils
17:29Richter et al. *
 A glimpse into Cretaceous ant cephalic anatomy – the head of †Gerontoformica from Burmese amber (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)

Thursday, 2nd September

13:15 - 14:00

Barbara König (University of Zürich, Switzerland)

Cooperation in a variable social environment - the phenotype matters

14:15Jan Evers
 Critical phase plasticity: how neurons go strong for life
14:27 Jeschke et al. *
 Bumblebees dashing through an artificial forest - following routes in cluttered environments
14:33 Grob et al. *
 Acquisition of the Solar Ephemeris: Rotation of the Sky Triggers Neuronal Plasticity in Cataglyphis Ants
14:39Beetz et al.
 Flight-induced generation of a compass in the brain of monarch butterflies
14:45Gonsek et al. *
 Implications of local motion adaptation for navigation in dense environments
14:55Mallick et al. *
 Phylogenetic isolation of host tree reduces resource tracking by ectophagous herbivores and their parasitoids
15:01 Villagómez et al. *
 Resource intake of stingless bee colonies in a tropical ecosystem in Ecuador
15:07 Ortiz Movliav et al. *
 Eco-morphological diversification of parrots (Aves: Psittacidae: Arinae) along a tropical elevational gradient
15:13Ziegler et al.
 Worldwide diversity of egg, embryos, hatchlings, and juveniles of deep-sea dumbo octopuses (Cephalopoda: Cirrata)
14:15Stefan Fischer
 Small eyes, large data: visual systems of tiniest insects in 3D ultrastructural resolution
14:31 Matsumura et al.
 Breaking behaviour of the paramere used for traumatic insemination in the bedbug Cimex lectularius (Insecta: Hemiptera)
14:37 Drozd et al. *
 Innervation areas of mechanosensory hair sensillae on the scorpion pectines
14:43Stamm et al. *
 Visualization of insect exo- and endocuticle using X-ray microtomography
14:49Preuss et al. *
 Biomechanics of the intralamellar joint in the caudal lamellae of a damselfly larva (Insecta: Odonata)
14:55Hamann et al. *
 Morphology of the Gill Arch System in Five Ram Feeding Fish (Scombriformes, Clupeiformes)
15:01Koehnsen et al. *
 The interplay of morphology and hydrodynamics in the predatory strike of two dragonfly larvae
15:07Moritz et al. *
 Fluid feeding in millipedes - a complex example of convergent evolution in millipedes and insects
15:13Saltin et al.
 Structures and forces involved in Phasmid hatching
15:19Krings et al.
 Failure prevention mechanisms in taenioglossan radulae of African gastropods (Paludomidae) are related to the species ecological niche
16:35Sahm et al. *
 Family social condition affects the outcome of parent-offspring conflict
16:45 Angelakakis et al. *
 Fitness consequence of polyandry in the common house spider, Parasteatoda tepidariorum
16:55 Lakes-Harlan et al.
 Light influences the stridulatory behaviour of the bushcricket Tettigonia viridissima (Tettigoniidae, Orthoptera)
17:05Ostner et al.
 Physiological responses to energetic challenges in wild macaques
17:15Gabel et al. *
 Behavioral physiology and division of foraging labor in six honeybee subspecies in a common apiary
17:25Römer et al.
 Rhythmicity of foraging activity in leaf-cutting ants: Influence of molecular and environmental factors
16:35Kerstin Bartscherer
 Tissue regeneration in the African spiny mouse
16:59 Bossen et al.
 Transcriptomic insights into the physiology of the terminal tracheal cells in Drosophila
17:05 Vaibhvi et al. *
 Effects of dietary protein content on immuno-metabolic resource allocation strategies in Drosophila melanogaster
17:11Tahan Zadeh et al. *
 Brown algae, Eisenai bicyclis, extract increases lifespan in Drosophila by interfering with S6K in the fat body
17:17Chang et al.
 A proton channel, Otop2L promotes intracellular pH homeostasis critical for skeletogenesis in the sea urchin larvae
17:23Matt et al. *
 Carbonic anhydrase activity underlying a novel carbon concentration mechanism in calcifying cells of the sea urchin larva
17:29Kaya-Zeeb et al. *
 Aminergic modulation of honeybee thermogenesis

15:45 - 16:30

Förderpreis der Horst-Wiehe Stiftung 

Preisträgerin: Fabrizia Ronco (Universität Basel) | Laudatio: Walter Salzburger

Diversity, disparity and the temporal dynamics of eco-morphological adaptation in the cichlid radiation of Lake Tanganyika

 

Walther-Arndt-Forschungspreis

Preisträgerin: Linda Weiss (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) | Laudatio: Ralph Tollrian

Coping with environmental stressors: Molecular mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity

Friday, 3rd September

13:15 - 14:00

Ian Couzin (Universität Konstanz, Germany)

The Geometry of Decision-Making
 

15:45 - 16:30

Michael Dickinson (The California Insitute of Technology, USA)

Turning is hard, but flying straight is harder

14:15Rogé Ferreira et al. *
 Mimicry of honeybee sugar taste in Xenopus oocytes
14:21 Bergmann et al. *
 NO synthesis in immune-challenged locust hemocytes and potential signaling to the CNS
14:27Lehmann et al.
 Matched growth of metabolic demand and tracheal air supply in larvae of a large wood boring beetle: support for symmorphism rather than the fractal network theory
14:33Wellmeyer et al. *
 Functional characterization of ecdysteroid transporters from Tribolium castaneum
14:39Knobloch et al. *
 Na+/K+-ATPase and V-ATPase in Theodoxus fluviatilis under changing environmental salinity
14:45Ouillon et al. *
 The influence of oxygen regime on energy metabolism and biological activities of Mya arenaria
14:51Steffen et al. *
 Effects of salinity acclimation on mitochondrial resilience to hypoxia/reoxygenation stress in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas
14:57Lainer et al. *
 In search of a superhirudin – construction of recombinant leech salivary proteins and their functions
15:03Böhmert et al. *
 Comparison of two assays to measure the activity of thrombin
15:09Steinmetz et al.
 Conserved molecular pathways underlie intercellular lipid transport during sea anemone vitellogenesis
15:15Vennmann et al. *
 The cyanotoxin cylindrospermopsin reduces cell proliferation rate and alters mitotic dynamics in cultures of immortalized human airway epithelial cells
14:15Jörn von Döhren
 Molecular Barcodes for Identification of Nemerteans - A Piece of Cake or just one Piece of the Puzzle?
14:33 Arnold et al.
 Historical DNA, new fossils and an updated molecular phylogeny: insights into rates of morphological evolution among sengis (Afrotheria, Macroscelidea)
14:39 Bank-Aubin et al. *
 On second sight: Revisiting the evolution of flight in stick and leaf insects (Phasmatodea)
14:45Telford et al.
 Lack of support for Deuterostomia prompts reinterpretation of the first Bilateria
14:51Tischer et al. *
 Genomic approaches to characterize Wolbachia in arthropod communities of soil
14:57Übernickel et al.
 Burrowing animals: composition and characteristics along a climate and ecological gradient
15:03Schweitzer et al. *
 Discovery of a cryptic species among samples of one of the most common European vespid wasps — Polistes dominula
15:09Hein et al.
 The Caucasus Barcode of Life (CaBOL) - Project
15:15Avinipully Anilkumar et al. *
 Millipede microendemism: first insights into the pattern of diversity, composition, speciation and endemism among millipedes of the Indian Western Ghats

16:45 - 19:00

Awards and General Assembly