Thu, 21 Jan | Zoom webinar

Eco-evolutionary dynamics of structured populations.

Keynote by Sébastien Lion, from Centre d'Écologie Fonctionelle et Évolutive in Montpellier, France.
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Eco-evolutionary dynamics of structured populations.

Time & Location

21 Jan, 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Zoom webinar

About the Event

All  natural populations are structured to some extent. A major challenge in  theoretical evolutionary ecology is to take into account this structure  when modelling the feedback between ecological and evolutionary  dynamics. In this talk, I will discuss how the concept of reproductive  value can be used and extended to shed light on the interplay between  demography and selection for relatively general ecological scenarios. As  a case study, I will then apply this framework to analyze selection in  periodically varying environments, using a model for the evolution of  pathogen life-history traits in class-structured host populations.

Schedule


  • 30 minutes

    Eco-evolutionary dynamics of structured populations - Sébastien Lion


  • 15 minutes

    How mobile genetic elements persist in spatially structured populations - Bram van Dijk

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