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“Microbiome evolution and function in social bees” by Nancy MORAN – Genomes & Genetics Departemental seminar co-organized with Microbiology Departement

Scientific Fields
Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique
Date
18
Apr 2017
Time
15:00:00
Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
Address
Building: CENTRE FRANCOIS JACOB
Location
2017-04-18 15:00:00 2017-04-18 16:30:00 Europe/Paris “Microbiome evolution and function in social bees” by Nancy MORAN – Genomes & Genetics Departemental seminar co-organized with Microbiology Departement Nancy Moran University of Texas 2506 Speedway NMS 4.216, Stop A5000 Austin, TX 78712 Abstract: Animals are associated with communities of microorganisms that can have a major influence on the evolution and phenotypes of […] Institut Pasteur, Paris, France Eduardo Rocha eduardo.rocha@pasteur.fr

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Nancy Moran
University of Texas
2506 Speedway
NMS 4.216, Stop A5000
Austin, TX 78712

Abstract:

Animals are associated with communities of microorganisms that can have a major influence on the evolution and phenotypes of their hosts. The extent to which these microbial lineages coevolve with hosts and with each other is often unclear, as are the kinds of genetic changes that accompany this evolution. Social bees are associated with a set of well-defined and host-restricted bacterial lineages that make up the gut microbiota. The results presented address the extent to which these have evolved along with their hosts, how they affect host biology, and the kinds of genetic changes that have accompanied this evolution.

 

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Building: CENTRE FRANCOIS JACOB
Address: Institut Pasteur, Paris, France