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Seminar. Extended genomes: the evolutionary ecology of symbiont-host interactions - Prof Greg Hurst

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27/11/2013 (16:05-17:00)
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Prof Greg Hurst

Prof Greg Hurst
Liverpool

Host - Dr Francisco Ubeda

Extended genomes: the evolutionary ecology of symbiont-host interactions 

Heritable symbionts, microbes or other symbionts that pass from parent to offspring, are common in all major taxa. We will first examine their diversity and how they shape the biology of individual hosts. We will then examine how they can alter host population biology and community structure and drive evolutionary change.


   
 
 
 

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