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Séminaires CBI de la semaine du 15-11-2021 au 21-11-2021

Lundi 15 Novembre

Estelle Crozat-Brendon Team GEDDY
CODE séminaire interne
Titre : «The Ter-linkage in E. coli and its effect on the whole»
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Mardi 16 Novembre

Marianne Montemurro
STADE séminaire public
Titre : Identification of apoptosis and junctional tension as pro-tumoral factors in drosophila
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)
Catherine TAIT CRCA, CBI
BEHAVIOR séminaire public
Titre : The ""Cognitive Ecology of Slow and Fast Phenotypes in Honeybees”
12:15
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

The Cognitive Ecology of Slow and Fast Phenotypes in Honeybees

The evolution and maintenance of cognitive variation is a question of fundamental interest in animal behavior because differences in cognition are predicted to underlie differences in behavior. The correlation between behavioral and cognitive variation has largely been conceptualized in terms of the speed-accuracy trade-off driving alternative cognitive strategies where ‘fast’ individuals are superficial learners that make inaccurate, risk-prone decisions relative to ‘slow’ individuals. In this talk, I will review my recent research exploring the factors that select for different cognitive abilities across four species of honeybee (Apis mellifera, A. cerana, A. dorsata, A. florea), mechanisms that maintain variation in cognitive ability within species, and the differences in ecology that may shape cognitive phenotypes. My results indicate the presence of two cognitive phenotypes composed of various cognitive traits that meet the predictions of the speed-accuracy trade-off and have important consequences for behavior and life history traits. This set of cognitive traits consistently covaries within each species, and cognitive variation appears to be driven by a complex relationship with the species unique environment as well as underlying trade-offs associated with costs of cognition.

zoom link: https://univ-tlse3-fr.zoom.us/j/92090549272?pwd=cFVxQ0RQM21Ta3pKejA0RmVEdXpsQT09
ID de réunion : 920 9054 9272
Code secret : 282469

SYSMIC séminaire public
Titre : SysMic SeminarsNov21
17:30
IBCG | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 100 pers., COVID = 50 pers.)

Mercredi 17 Novembre

Jeudi 18 Novembre

RNA séminaire public
Titre : PICS2 external seminar
11:00
IBCG | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 100 pers., COVID = 50 pers.)
Mathias Werner
STADE séminaire public
Titre : The neural circuits for skylight navigation in the brain of Drosophilia
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)
Julie Batut / team BLADER
Autre séminaire
Titre : Lancement du Programme de Mentorat - Launch of the mentoring programme:
12:30
IBCG | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 100 pers., COVID = 50 pers.)

PhD Programme - Femmes & Sciences

Vendredi 19 Novembre

Dominique Bonnet Crick Institute, London,
CBI séminaire public
Titre : “Interdependence of Malignant Myeloid Cells and their niche: It Takes two to Tango”
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

 https://www.crick.ac.uk/research/labs/dominique-bonnet

Maxime Wery Institut Curie - Equipe d'Antonin Morillon
RNA séminaire public
Titre : Translation in the metabolism of long non-coding RNAs
14:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Samedi 20 Novembre

Dimanche 21 Novembre

Université Paul Sabatier
118 Route de Narbonne

31062 TOULOUSE Cedex
France

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