This symposium is opened to anybody who are interested in evolutionary biology.
No fee and no pre-registration is required.
Koichiro Tamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Chair: Masafumi Nozawa (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Fantastic beasts and their unusual sex chromosomes
Qi Zhou (Zhejiang University, University of Vienna)
Parallel evolution of neo-sex chromosomes in Drosophila
Masafumi Nozawa (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Chair: Aya Takahashi (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
The genetic loci of evolution: small versus large effects on Drosophila
Virginie Orgogozo (Université Paris Diderot)
Structure and development of the complex helmet of treehoppers
Hiroki Gotoh (National Institute of Genetics)
Chair: Yasukazu Okada (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Thermal fertility limits: sexual selection, male sterility and climate change
Tom Price (University of Liverpool)
The impact of gut microbes on host behaviour and evolution in flies
Zenobia Lewis (University of Liverpool)
Mechanism of condition-dependent growth in the beetle weapon
Yasukazu Okada (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Chair: Koichiro Tamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
as a model species of sexual selection studies
Takashi Matsuo (University of Tokyo)
Positive feedback between behavioral and hormonal dynamics leads to differentiation of life-history
Yuuya Tachiki (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Building the Grand Timetree of Life
Sudhir Kumar (Temple University)
Implications of a key polymorphism for the historical bio-geography of a Japanese ant
Adam Cronin (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Dinner around Minami-osawa station
For those who are interested in joining us, please make contact with Koichiro Tamura (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the end of February.
Minami-Osawa Campus is a 5-minute walk from Minami-Osawa Station, Keio Line.
To the venue (Internationl House) from the main gate, please follow the suggested route at right.
Sponsored by Tokyo Metropolitan University