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Genes for new species; the genetics of sexual isolation in Drosophila

  Research Group: Centre for Biological Diversity
Genetic changes associated with the origin of species are relatively poorly understood, especially at the molecular level. Key changes in speciation involve sexual isolation; changes in processes that lead to successful fertilisation of gametes. Read more

How does the environment impact female control of fertilisation?

In internally-fertilising animals, the female reproductive tract is the arena in which sperm compete to fertilise eggs. This provides females with enormous potential to control fertilisation after mating, and a female’s anatomy, physiology and behaviour can all work together to select some sperm over others. Read more

EASTBIO: Neural Circuits of Kinship Behaviour

  Research Group: Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences
Deanery of Biomedical Sciences. The research goals of this PhD project would involve study of the circuits underlying natural social behaviours with a focus on behaviour that is ethologically relevant for the animal. Read more

Genomics of sexual trait expression in black grouse

  Research Group: Hoffman research group (molecular ecology)
An outstanding opportunity is available for a PhD student to work on the evolutionary genomics of sexual trait expression in an iconic avian model system, the black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix). The position is available in Joe Hoffman’s research group (www.thehoffmanlab.com) at the Department of Animal Behaviour at Bielefeld University and is fully funded for three years. Read more

Harnessing technology to monitor and enable wild-type behaviour in captive parrots

Parrots (order Psittaciformes), are key species in tropical ecosystems around the world. They are important determinants of plant species richness (through seed dispersal and predation) and may play a role in pollination of trees. Read more
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