Seminars in the Department of Zoology
12.00 to 1.00pm Tuesdays in the Agar Theatre, Department of Zoology
Department of Zoology
2014 Semester 1 Seminar Series
Agar Theatre, Zoology Building
**unless otherwise noted
|Week||Speaker / Topic|
|Alistair Evans (Monash University) |
Macroevolution in mammals: teeth and body size.
|Bob Warner (University of California, Santa Barbara & AAS Selby Fellow) |
Turbulent ocean circulation: consequences for management, ecology, and evolution.
|Andrew Pask (Dept of Zoology) |
Comparative genomics of reproduction and development.
|Yolanda Cruz (Oberlin College) |
Trophoblast specification in Monodelphis domestica.
|Jan Ekman (Uppsala University) |
Siblings, sex and philopatry; the legacy of within-brood conflict in the Siberian jay.
Michael Clarke (La Trobe University)
|Pascal Bernard (Dept of Zoology) |
The battle of the sexes: antagonistic signals driving gonadal development in mammals.
|Easter Non Teaching Period – no seminar|
|Sarah Garnick (PhD Final Seminar, Dept of Zoology) |
The relationship between body size and resource use in the Grampians macropodid community.
|Ben Phillips (Dept of Zoology) |
Parasites lost: host-parasite dynamics on range edge.
|Dustin Marshall (Monash University) |
Are sperm just vehicles for genes? Phenotypic correlations between sperm and offspring phenotype.
|Andrew McLean (Australian Equine Behaviour Centre) |
Roles of ethology and learning theory in animal training.
|Simon Griffith (Macquarie University) |
Conflict and cooperation in birds: a global perspective.
For more information contact Danielle Hickford (email@example.com) or Eric Treml