The genetic basis for adaptive evolution in natural populations revealed by whole genome sequencing

Volterra Lecture by Professor Leif Andersson ,Uppsala University, Texas A&M University, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Professor Leif Andersson has devoted his research to investigate the connection and interplay between the genome, its regulation, and the occurring phenotype. In the current lecture he will give examples from natural populations of ruff (Philomachus pugnax) and Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) where whole genome sequencing has given novel insight into the relationship between genetic and phenotypic variation.

Emneord: Life Science, Biotechnology, Genetics
Publisert 27. mars 2017 10:39 - Sist endra 27. mars 2017 10:39