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Wednesday, December 12 • 09:00 - 10:00
4C. Stress & Réponse / Stress & Response

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9:00-9:15  Arjuna Rajakumar : The DNA damage response pathway reinforces social harmony in ant societies.

9:15-9:30  Vincent Lemieux : Variations du stress oxydatif chez le tamia rayé en milieu naturel

9:30-9:45  Vincent Fugere : Community rescue in pond metacommunities facing severe acidification

9:45-10:00  Muhammad Zayed : Evolutionary and In Silico Function Analysis of a Novel Cold-Responsive Gene in Wheat



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Vincent Fugere

McGill University
Community rescue in pond metacommunities facing severe acidificationV. Fugere, R. Barrett, B. Beisner, G. Bell, M. Cristescu, G. Fussmann, J. Shapiro, A. GonzalezRapid adaptive evolution can sometimes prevent local extinction in degraded environments, a process termed ‘evolutionary... Read More →
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Vincent Lemieux

Université de Sherbrooke
Variations du stress oxydatif chez le tamia rayé en milieu naturelVincent Lemieux, Dany Garant et Patrick BergeronLa dynamique des compromis d’allocation dans les traits d’histoire de vie peut fluctuer dans le temps et l’espace selon les contextes écologiques et démographiques... Read More →
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Arjuna Rajakumar

McGill University
The DNA damage response pathway reinforces social harmony in ant societies.Arjuna Rajakumar, Jane Ding, Dr. Ehab AbouheifA key feature of eusociality in ant colonies is their reproductive division of labor, where queens reproduce and workers perform most other tasks. However, in the... Read More →
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Muhammad Zayed

Concordia university
Evolutionary and In Silico Function Analysis of a Novel Cold-Responsive Gene in WheatMuhammad Zayed, Kyle Grant and Selvadurai DayanandanIdentification of cold-responsive genes is essential for developing cold tolerant crop plants to increase agricultural productivity in the temperate... Read More →


Wednesday December 12, 2018 09:00 - 10:00
Room F