13.03.2018

2 May - Guest Lecture: From Animal Kingdom to Evolutionary Conservation Biology

Jelka Crnobrnja Isailović will give a guest lecture on 2 May, 2018, at 11:00 in Hörsaal 414 of the NW-Faculty on the topic of "From Animal Kingdom to Evolutionary Conservation Biology". The Department of Life Sciences invites you to attend!

 

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Jelka Crnobrnja Isailović ist am Fachbereich Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics der Universität Niš (Serbien) tätig.

Abstract:
The possible answer on question how to motivate humans to actively participate in the nature conservation is presented in the short overview of important sequences of the lecturer’s professional life, from classical herpetology via population biology, population genetics and evolutionary biology to conservation science. The second part of the seminary represents main research topics of the lecturer’s team, where certain aspects of conservation biology are studied through participation in projects focused on genetic diversity in various species, hidden conservation priorities, comparison of selected traits between marginal and central populations within the species, recognition of stress in marginal populations, comparison of the stress level between undisturbed and disturbed population groups, etc. Model species are mostly common European amphibians and reptiles, from two reasons: first, they are more economic for studying;  second, they also should be studied and regularly monitored in order not to disappear silently.

Andreas Tribsch/Jana Petermann/Stefan Dötterl

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E-mail to Andreas Tribsch/Jana Petermann/Stefan Dötterl

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