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Do mice talk in different ultrasound dialects? Ultrasound songs of mice vary depending on their origin

Ultrasonic vocalization is important to mice for mate choice and social interactions. Researchers at the institute are currently investigating if animals from different populations have developed distinct dialects. -Picture: Svenja Hoier and Christine Pfeifle
Ultrasonic vocalization is important to mice for mate choice and social interactions. Researchers at the institute are currently investigating if animals from different populations have developed distinct dialects.
-Picture: Svenja Hoier and Christine Pfeifle

The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology consists of the three departments Evolutionary Ecology, Evolutionary Genetics and Evolutionary Theory.

It is focused on basic research to unravel general evolutionary processes, such as ecological adaptations, benefits of sexual reproduction or evolution of cooperation. The scope of the work includes ecological, organismic, molecular and theoretical approaches.
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<p>The evolutionary biologist Prof. Dr. Eva Stukenbrock will finish our series of public lecture during this winter. The researcher will talk about how new plant pathogens emerge and how they adapt to their hosts. Her model organism is the wheat plant.<br /><br />The lecture will be held <strong>in German on March 01 at 7 pm</strong> in the lecture hall of the MPI for Evolutionary Biology in Pl&ouml;n. It is the fourth and last public lecture of its kind in which researchers of the institute use the possibility to explain their work on evolutionary topics. <br /><em>All interested people are very welcome!</em></p>
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Last public lecture within this series

The evolutionary biologist Prof. Dr. Eva Stukenbrock will finish our series of public lecture during this winter. The researcher will talk about how new plant pathogens emerge and how they adapt to their hosts. Her model organism is the wheat plant.

The lecture will be held in German on March 01 at 7 pm in the lecture hall of the MPI for Evolutionary Biology in Plön. It is the fourth and last public lecture of its kind in which researchers of the institute use the possibility to explain their work on evolutionary topics.
All interested people are very welcome!

 
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