01 février 2024

BEEPs: Student seminars: Justine Wintz: Early development in the little penguin: from mechanisms to consequences at individual and population levels; Philippe St Martin:

Justine WintzEarly development in the little penguin: from mechanisms to consequences at individual and population levelsWithin a population, individuals vary in their ability to reproduce and survive. This heterogeneity often leads to a small proportion of individuals contributing to the majority of the offspring. Although this heterogeneity has long been considered as a source of noise, it plays a key role in the study of population dynamics. Some of this heterogeneity is considered fixed, and will not change over the lifetime of the individual. Recent studies show that it is largely linked to the juvenile development, in response to the individual’s genetics and conditions experienced early in life (climate and abiotic environment, parental investment, competition with brood). Thanks to a long-term colony monitoring (>20 y), the aim of my PhD will be to characterize the early development of little penguin chicks by studying their growth, to understand its causes and to examine its delayed consequences on individuals and the population. Philippe St MartinComing soonTopic: Zoom meeting – DEPE animation scientifique – BEEPS Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cnrs.zoom.us/j/92785456777?pwd=NU1FQzdwVTFERXZqMG5LRXJRSUlQZz09 Meeting ID: 927 8545 6777Passcode: LT1fEU, Philippe St Martin

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01 février 2024, 11h0012h00
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Début : 01/02/2024 à 11:00
Fin : 01/02/2024 à 12:00


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