Dept. Seminar Dr. Yoni Vortman, Tel-Hai College: The Symbiotic Magnetic-Sensing Hypothesis: Do Magnetotactic Bacteria underlie the Magnetic Sensing capability of Animals? 13/1/2020

The Symbiotic Magnetic-Sensing Hypothesis: Do Magnetotactic Bacteria underlie the Magnetic Sensing capability of Animals?The ability to sense Earth’s magnetic field has evolved in various taxa. However, despite great efforts to…

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Dept. Seminar Prof. Guy Bar Oz, University of Haifa:Crisis on the margins of the Byzantine Empire: A bio-archaeological project on resilience and collapse in early Christian development of the Negev Desert 6/1/2020

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Dept. Seminar Dr. Gilli Greenbaum, Stanford University: Population Genetics and Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in Structured Populations 23/12/19

Dr Gili Greenbaum from Stanford UniversityPopulation Genetics and Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in Structured PopulationsPopulation structure is ubiquitous in natural populations. Studying this structure and the processes that shape it is key…

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Dept. Seminar Prof. Berry Pinshow, BGU: Animal burrow ventilation – new ideas about ancient phenomena 16/12/19

Prof. Berry PinshowAnimal burrow ventilation – new ideas about ancient phenomena Burrows are common animal habitations, yet living in a burrow presents physiological challenges for its inhabitants because the burrow…

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