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Saturday, 14 September 2013 Saturday, 14 September 2013
Saturday, 14 September 2013
September 13–16, 2013
Aula | 1. Floor
08:30 – 09:30
106th Annual Meeting of the
German Zoological Society
Key Note: David Attwell
Brain Power: brain energy use as a constraint on CNS design and its relation to information processing.
09:30 – 10:30
Key Note: Susanne Foitzik
Colony personality and the importance of behavioral variance for insect societies
10:30 – 11:00
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
COFFEE BREAK
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 Munich, Germany
Pocket Guide
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
11:00 – 11:30
11:00 – 11:30
Evolutionary Biology I: Alexander Kupfer
Reproductive biology and life history evolution of caecilian
amphibians
11:30 – 12:00
Evolutionary Biology II: Arne Nolte
Developmental Biology I: Tomislav Domazet-Loso
Macroevolutionary history of the sensory and central nervous
system in vertebrates
11:30 – 12:00
Developmental Biology II: Nicole Rebscher
Establishing quiescence in primodial germ cells of the polychaete
Platynereis dumerilii
Hybridization as an evolutionary motor in fishes
A 017 | G. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
12:00 – 12:30
12:00 – 12:30
Morphology I: Frank Friedrich
Neurobiology I: Wolf Hanke
Insect morphology in the phylogenomic age - Its impact on recon- Mechanoreception in aquatic vertebrates – catching fish using
struction of phylogeny and evolution
hydrodynamic trails
12:30 – 14:30
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 14:30
Poster Session I (even numbers)
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 119 | 1. Floor
12:30 – 13:30
12:30 – 13:30
Internal Section Meeting Evolutionary Biology
Internal Section Meeting Developmental Biology
A 017 | G. Floor
Venue
13:30 – 14:30
Internal Section Meeting Morphology
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 119 | 1. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
A 017 | G. Floor
14:30 – 16:00 Short Presentations à 15min.
Morphology I
OP-DB-1
Expression of the decapentaplegic ortholog in
embryos of the onychophoran Euperipatoides
rowelli
N. Kniel
S. Treffkorn
K.-E. Kaissling
OP-EB-2
Impacts of sexual and natural selection on malefemale co-evolution.
OP-DB-2
FGF signalling controls
anterior extraembryonic
and embryonic fate in the
beetle Tribolium
OP-NB-2
Floral preference is
reflected in the neuroanatomy of the olfactory
system in mason bees
(Osmia)
OP-M-2
Evolutionary morphology of the vascular and
respiratory systems in
harvestmen.
OP-NB-3
Neuronal mechanisms
of odor learning in Drosophila: a thermogenetically induced memory
engram in kenyon cells
drives learned behavior
OP-M-3
The great silk alternative:
Multiple co-evolution of
web loss and sticky hairs
in spiders.
O. Martin
R. Schröder
1st Floor
OP-M-1
New insights into the
Xiphosuran circulatory
system
T. Göpel
B.-J. Klußmann-Fricke
C. Kelber
ThomasMannHalle
Senatssaal
Catering
Poster Exhibtion Area
OP-EB-3
That’s one small step for
an individual, one giant
leap for populations –
disentangling the cues for
mate recognition in the
early phase of population
differentiation
OP-DB-3
The evolution of metamorphosis: an example
from achelate lobsters
OP-EB-4
No wings, no weapons,
no female choice - sexual
selection in wingless ant
males
OP-DB-4
Tribolium germ cell less:
mirror-image abdomina
in a short germ beetle
differ from bicaudal phenotypes in Drosophila
OP-NB-4
Orcokinins as major neuropeptide components
in the crayfish olfactory
system
OP-M-4
The head of the
mandibulate ancestor:
new evidence from a
centipede
OP-DB-5
Rnai-seq reveals target
genes of WNT and HH pathways during tribolium
embryogenesis
OP-NB-5
Glia associated with
central complex lineages
in the embryonic brain of
the grasshopper Schistocerca gregaria
OP-M-5
Architecture of the serotonin transmitter system
in the ventral nerve cord
of Tetraconata – Support
for a sister group relationship of Remipedia and
Hexapoda?
J.T. Haug
J. Wolff
A. Fiala
M. Linnenbrink
F 107
DFG Workshop
I. Kureck
H. Dircksen
A. Sombke
N. Troelenberg
OP-EB-5
Pathogen adaptation to
individual versus social
immune defences of ants
F 107
Amalienstraße 56 Entrance
Entrance
Eingang
Eingang
M. Stock
G. Bucher
Y. Liu
T. Stemme
OP-EB-6
Individual and colonylevel effects of social
immunisation in ants
A 021
A 020
M. Konrad
OP-DB-6
Changes in anterior head
patterning underlie the
evolution of long germ
embryogenesis
G. Bucher
A 017
Registration
Counter
Speaker’s Preview
C. Duch
OP-M-6
Developmental strategies in Cyclestheria,
sistergroup to water fleas
(Cladocera, Crustacea) –
direct or pseudo-direct
development?
S. Richter
16:00 – 16:30
Courtyard
COFFEE BREAK
Exhibition Area
16:30 – 18:00 Short Presentations à 15min.
Evolutionary
Biology II
Poster Area
Behavioral Biology I
OP-BB-1
OP-EB-7
Why it may be misleading
New insights into the
to expect covariation of
evolutionary history and birds’ male-to-female
the present distribution testosterone with sexual
of the common Southern dimorphism, mating
Ocean pycnogonid Colos- system, and coloniality
W. Goymann
sendeis megalonyx
Catering
Ground Floor
OP-NB-6
Drosophila Voltage Gated
Calcium Channels: From
Function to Behavior and
Speciation
Wardrobe
Neurobiology II
OP-NB-7
Gerbils at a cocktail
party: looking at auditory
processing mechanisms
underlying spatial release
from masking
A. Klinge-Strahl
Morphology II
OP-M-7
Putative role of ventral
and preventral organs
as attachment sites for
segmental limb muscles
in adult velvet worms
(Onychophora)
I. de Sena Oliveira
L. Dietz
OP-EB-8
OP-BB-2
Unlocking the genetic
A First Glance At Song
archives: development of And Dance
markers for use on highly R. Ullrich
degraded samples
Main Entrance
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
OP-NB-8
Precise Timing of
Glycinergic Inhibition
Modulates Coincidence
Detection in the Auditory
Brainstem
OP-M-8
Structure and anterior
regeneration of musculature and nervous system
in Cirratulus sp. (Cirratulidae, Annelida)
OP-BB-3
Adaptive mating
behaviour depending on
social environment in a
bushcricket (Orthoptera:
Tettigoniidae)
OP-NB-9
Out of phase: importance
of the medial septum
for directional hearing in
crickets
OP-M-9
Modality matters: The
predator-specific inducible defenses of Daphnia
barbata
S. Hirtenlehner
Q. Herzog
OP-BB-4
Not around the children,
honey: male burying
beetles adjust mating
rate according to the
promise of success
OP-NB-10
Gait parameters at
different walking speeds
in the desert ant, Cataglyphis fortis
OP-M-10
Ultrastructural analysis
of male secretion release
in the dwarf spider
Oedothorax retusus (Linyphiidae: Erigoninae)
OP-EB-11
A genomic and ecological
dissection of the recent
range expansion of the
European wasp spider
Argiope bruennichi –
Consequence of climate
change?
OP-BB-5
Reproductive Costs and
Homosexual Behavior in
Male Arthropods
OP-NB-11
Physiological Properties
of the Archerfish
Mauthner-Cell
OP-EB-12
Testing phylogeographic
scenarios with mitochondrial genes and genomewide RAD markers in
a montane caddisfly
(Thremma gallicum)
OP-BB-6
Electro-communication
and social behaviour in
groups of different sizes
in two species of pulsetype weakly electric fish
(Mormyridae, Teleostei)
OP-NB-12
Simultaneous imaging of
both mauthner-cells and
c-start kinematics reveals
rapid adaptation after
cooling in larval zebrafish
P. Turko
M. Myoga
Evolutionary Biology
Developmental Biology
Neurobiology
Morphology
Behavioral Biology
Systematics
Ecology
Physiology
OP-EB-9
Strongly male-biased
effective population in a
polyandrous wader
Scientific Program
Internal Section Meetings
Side Program
Location
C. Küpper
G.U.C. Lehmann
OP-EB-10
Genotypic diversity in a
clonally reproducing fish,
Poecilia formosa
Social Program
Breaks
K. Lampert
Friday, 13 September 2013
A 020 | G. Floor
14:00 – 16:00
DZG Board Meeting
14:00 – 16:00
Meeting of Speakers of Study Groups
A 021 | G. Floor
16:00 – 18:00
DZG Advisory Council Meeting
Aula | 1. Floor
18:30 – 19:00
Welcome address: Prof. Dr. Constance Scharff, Prof. Dr. Barbara Conradt, Prof. Dr. Benedikt Grothe
19:00 – 19:30
Introductory Lecture: Benedikt Grothe
Historie der Zoologie in München
19:30 – 20:30
Public Key Note: Th. C. G. Bosch
Das Prinzip Metaorganismus: Mikroben als Partner der Evolution der Tiere
Senatssaal | 1. Floor
20:30 – 21:30
Welcome Reception
H. Wolf
K. Engel
A 017 | G. Floor
13:00 – 15:00
Tour
Zoologische Staatssammlung (Org.: R.
Melzer, K. Schönitzer)
M. Weidhase
I. Scharf
K. Kunz
P. Machnik
H. Krehenwinkel
F. Leese
S. Kaul-Strehlow
A. Hecker
M. Smeets
Aula | 1. Floor
18:00 – 19:00
OP-M-11
Neurogenesis in the
indirect-developing enteropneust Balanoglossus
misakiensis (Deuterostomia; Hemichordata):
no signs of a ubiquitous
epidermal nerve-net
Special Lecture: Hans Fricke
Hallo Korallenriff – Diaspora eines gefährdeten Ökosystems
OP-M-12
Ontogeny of photoreception in brachiopod larvae
revealed by immuncytochemical data
N. Furchheim
Saturday, 14 September 2013
Aula
Neurobiology I
OP-NB-1
Elementary receptor
potentials of pheromone
receptor neurons in
Bombyx mori, Manduca
sexta, and Macroglossum
stellatarum
OP-EB-1
Audience effect in zebra
finches (Taeniopygia guttata castanotis) during
mate choice for novel
phenotypes: sexes differ
A 119
Developmental
Biology I
Saturday, 14 September 2013
Evolutionary
Biology I
A 125
Monday, 16 September 2013
Sunday, 15 September 2013
Aula | 1. Floor
Aula | 1. Floor
08:30 – 09:30
08:30 – 09:30
Key Note: Diethard Tautz
Key Note: Michael N. Dawson
Natural Experiments
Adaptation Genetics
09:30 – 10:30
09:30 – 10:30
Key Note: Daniela Nicastro
Key Note: Jennifer Clack
New insights into locomotion and vertebral construction in the earliest tetrapods
Modern electron microscopy provides a new window into celluar morphology
10:30 – 11:00
10:30 – 11:00
COFFEE BREAK
COFFEE BREAK
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 119 | 1. Floor
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
11:00 – 11:30
11:00 – 11:30
11:00 – 11:30
11:00 – 11:30
Neurobiology II: Dominik Heyers
Neuroanatomy of Avian Magnetoreception
Systematics I: Tanja Schwander
Mechanisms underlying transitions from sexual reproduction to
parthenogenesis in insects
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 017 | G. Floor
11:30 – 12:00
11:30 – 12:00
Ecology I: Thomas Eltz
Physiology I: Annika Herwig
Perfume making and signal evolution in orchid bees
12:00 – 14:00
A 119 | 1. Floor
The regulation of seasonal adaptations. A central role for thyroid
hormones?
12:30 – 14:00
Poster Session II (odd numbers)
LUNCH BREAK
Ecology II: Michael Heethoff
Physiologie II: Bettina Zeis
The influence of chemical defence on soil predator-prey-dynamics Coping with variable oxygen and temperature conditions: differential protein expression in Daphnia and consequences for the
animals‘ physiology
A 021 | G. Floor
11:30 – 12:00
11:30 – 12:00
Behavioral Biology I: Silke Kipper
Multiple traits, multiple messages, multiple receivers? The information encoded in nightingale song.
12:00 – 12:30
12:00 – 12:30
Behavioral Biology II: Simone Kurt
A 017 | G. Floor
A new promising behavioral paradigm for auditory learning and
perception in mice
12:00 – 14:00
Internal Section Meeting | Physiology
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 119 | 1. Floor
13:00 – 14:00
13:00 – 14:00
Internal Section Meeting | Ecology
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
A 017 | G. Floor
I. Hahn
Systematics I
Evolutionary Biolo-
Physiology I
OP-ZS-1
gy III OP-EB-13
Lobophytum, Sarcophy- Reproduction, lifespan
ton: molecular identifica- and aging in ant males
tion of two widespread S. Metzler
alcyoniids genera
(octocorallia: alcyonacea)
from western australian
shallow-water
OP-P-1
Are roosting bats in
torpor immune to anthropogenic noise?
OP-ZS-2
Slime protein profiling
– a non-invasive tool for
species identification in
Onychophora
OP-P-2
More than just saving
energy: Torpor patterns
in dormice point to
hibernation as a predator
avoidance strategy
J. Luo
A. Poliseno
OP-E-2
Testing major invasion
hypotheses with the
hierarchy-of-hypotheses
approach
J. Jeschke
A. Baer
OP-EB-14
Inbreeding depression in
an insect with maternal
care: influences of family
interactions, life-stage
and offspring sex.
J. Meunier
OP-E-3
The invasive ladybird
Harmonia axyridis carries
bioweapons against
native competitors
A. Vilcinskas
OP-ZS-3
10000 birds on one tree?
Lessons from molecular
phylogenetics of a wellstudied taxon
C. Bieber
OP-EB-15
Bigger mothers are better
mothers: disentangling
size-related pre- and
postnatal maternal
effects
OP-P-3
Structural changes of the
airways are induced upon
local activation of stress
signalling systems
OP-ZS-4
A species level phylogeny
of flamingos (Phoenicopteriformes) supports the
algae feeding specialists
as a monophylum and
implies two recent longrange dispersal events
OP-EB-16
Why sex pheromones
diversify. lessons from
Nasonia
OP-P-4
Cellular stress signaling
in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
J. Ruther
A. Keshet
OP-ZS-5
Phylogeography and
taxonomy of Polygordius
species and the colonization of the Mediterranean Sea
OP-EB-17
Pheromone evolution in
insects: diversification
of chemical messengers
evolves a defensive
compound into a cue
and signal
L. Podsiadlowski
T. Roeder
S. Steiger
OP-E-4
The impact of domestic
honeybees and land use
on a native pollinator
genus (Bombus)
W. Kämper
H. Giebner
OP-E-5
Climate change impacts
on fresh-water lakes:
Increased CO2 disables
inducible defences in
Daphnia pulex
L. Weiss
T. Struck
12:30 – 14:00
A 125 | 1. Floor
A 119 | G. Floor
12:30 – 13:00
12:30 – 13:30
Sponsored Lecture: JEOL Products for Life Science
OP-P-5
Comparative transcriptomic approaches reveal
a complex evolutionary
history of matrix metalloproteinases in Diptera
S. Martin
Aula | 1. Floor
A 125 | 1. Floor
Internal Section Meeting Behavioral
Biology
A 119 | 1. Floor
Evolutionary Biology IV
OP-EB-19
Identification of genes
involved in spicule
formation of calcareous
sponges (Porifera, Class
Calcarea)
Ecology II
Behavioral Biology II
OP-E-7
Interaction of social and
ecological parameters
on offspring survival in a
wild primate
OP-BB-7
Multisensory object
discrimination in the
weakly electric fish Gnathonemus petersii
A. Engelhardt
S. Schumacher
OP-ZS-6
Hybridization versus
variability - what determines morphology in
the Atlantic brachiopod
genus Terebratulina?
C. Lüter
OP-EB-20
Sperm protein evolution
in primates: acceleration
by post-mating sexual selection and conservation
by protein interactions
OP-E-8
Food hygiene and nest
sanitation in the emerald
cockroach wasp Ampulex
compressa (hymenoptera: ampulicidae)
OP-BB-8
Motor pathways
synergistically control
body posture in flying
Drosophila
H. Herlyn
OP-ZS-8
New types of bacterial
endosymbioses in
gastropods
OP-P-8
Transporting toxic cargo:
molecular adaptations
to secondary host plant
compounds in leaf
beetles
G. Wörheide
S. Dalla
G. Haszprunar
R. Berthé
OP-EB-21
OP-E-9
The dispersal of yeast by Transgenerational
insect vectors
immune priming effects
C.U. Baden
in Manduca sexta are dependent on the offspring
developmental stage
U. Trauer-Kizilelma
M. Baum
OP-BB-9
OP-ZS-9
Visual discrimination
Analyses of the glycerid
abilities of 2D geomevenom cocktail
S. Richter
trical symbols and the
perception of illusionary
contours in grey bamboo
sharks (Chiloscyllium
griseum).
OP-P-9
Synthetic derivatives
of the sponge alkaloid
ageladine a as tissue and
cell specific stains for live
imaging of Marcrostomum lignano
U. Bickmeyer
T. Fuss
OP-BB-10
OP-EB-22
OP-E-10
Acoustic mirrors as senThe evolution of directio- What makes a forager
nal hearing in crickets
leave a resource patch? sory traps for bats?
A.K. Schmidt
Confronting models with S. Greif
reality
T. Hoffmeister
OP-ZS-10
Crypsis and lability
among eastern Pacific
octocorals: implications
for systematics and
evolutionary research
S. Vargas
OP-P-10
Chopping actin stress
fibers: Remodeling of
the actin cytoskeleton in
human airway epithelial
cells by a bacterial toxin,
S. aureus hemolysin A
I. Hermann
OP-EB-23
The evolutionary dynamics of competitiveness
S. Baldauf
OP-E-11
Detection of the travel
direction of single vortex
rings by a stationary harbour seal (Phoca vitulina)
OP-BB-11
Iridescence can function
as a warning signal:
experimental evidence
from Oreina beetles
S. Waldron
OP-ZS-11
The enigma from the
deep – Integrative study
of a remarkable heterobranch sea slug (Mollusca)
from off Mozambique
OP-P-11
Long telomeres better
predict survival and
fitness proxies than short
telomeres in a long-lived
seabird
OP-E-12
Munnopsidae (Crustacea,
Isopoda, Asellota) in
Icelandic waters
OP-BB-12
The impact of coloration
on the predation risk
of subadult Fire salamanders (Salamandra
salamandra)
OP-ZS-12
Base by base and scale
by scale: defining the biodiversity of meiofaunal
solenogastres (Mollusca)
via integrative taxonomy
OP-P-12
Linking melanism to brain
development: Expression
of a melanism-related
gene in barn owl feather
follicles predicts sleep
ontogeny
Y. Krüger
OP-EB-24
Stay cool during bad
weather - Heterothermy
in the Common Swift
Apus apus
S. Schnurr
A. Wellbrock
I.J. Hermanski
F. Bergmeier,
C. Bauch
M. Scriba
COFFEE BREAK
15:30 – 16:30
A 125 | 1. Floor
DFG Talk:
A 119 | 1. Floor
A 021 | G. Floor
OP-NB-13
The neural basis of polarization vision in bees
and locusts: similarities
and differences
COFFEE BREAK
17:00 – 19:00
DZG Member Meeting & Awards
Werner-Rathmayer-Preis (Antonia Trede)
Horst-Wiehe-Preis (Dr. Jan Clemens)
Walther-Arndt-Preis (Dr. Sylvia Cremer)
K. Pfeiffer
Behavioral
Biology III
Morphology III
OP-M-13
OP-BB-13
Same same but different:
Male tolerance and male- Ptychoidy in Enarthronomale bonds in a multita (Acari, Oribatida)
S. Schmelzle
level primate society
J. Fischer
Augustiner-Keller
19:30 – 23:00
OP-NB-14
Transgenic shh-GFP
line suggests hedgehog
signaling in larval zebrafish optic tectum and
cerebellum
OP-BB-14
Culturally transmitted
dialects in a polygynous
bat
OP-M-14
OP-EB-26
Ultrastructure of cuticu- Can a hybrid outcompete
lar vesicles in Anthelidae its parental species? - a
(Insecta, Lepidoptera)
story about a “super
P. Bergmann
clone“ (Daphnia galeata
× longispina hybrid)
OP-NB-15
Transfer of optic flow
information between
the eyes and between
odometers in the desert
ant Cataglyphis bicolor
OP-BB-15
Social learning in the
mouse-eared bats,
Myotis myotis and Myotis
oxygnathus
OP-M-15
Biomineralization and
material characterization
in invertebrates
OP-NB-16
Spectral sensitivity in
Onychophora (velvet
worms), as revealed by
behavioural and electrophysiological experiments
OP-BB-16
Giant otters (Pteronura
brasiliensis) discriminate
conspecifics based on
individual cohesion calls
OP-M-16
Modeling of blood
volume shifts during
pulmonary bypass in
crocodiles
OP-EB-28
Population structure of
microparasites infecting
Daphnia: spatio-temporal
dynamics
OP-NB-17
In and out of the box:
How bees orient in an
ambiguous environment
OP-BB-17
Horseshoe Bats Can Use
Information in Echoes
of Conspecific Calls for
Spatial Orientation
OP-M-17
The impact of preen oil
and artificially induced
ageing on water repellency of barn owl (T. furcata
pratincola) and pigeon
(Columba livia domestica)
feather vanes
OP-EB-29
Deciphering the glacial
history of the Western
Antarctic Ice sheet using
the genome of a brooding marine isopod
OP-M-18
Family Ties or You Are
What You Eat – Analyzing
the effects of diet, size,
and taxonomy on the
shape of the rodent
mandible
OP-EB-30
Testing the timeframe of
the most recent Panama
Isthmus closure from a
marine point-of-view
M. Knörnschild
M.F. Wullimann
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First evidence of cryptic
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K. Ristau
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Monday, 16 September 2013
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Mutations in the na,
k-atpase generate adaptations to cardenolides
15:30 – 16:00
Aula | 1. Floor
A 021
Systematics II
G. Herzner
C. Bramer
F. Menzel
A 017
A 017 | G. Floor
OP-ZS-7
Current affairs in deep
non-bilaterian phylogenomics
T. Neusser
OP-EB-18
OP-P-6
Multiple adaptations
Thermoregulatory strateof specialized Lygaeinae gies in pinnipeds
(Heteroptera, Lygaeidae): N. Erdsack
strategies to cope with
host plant cardenolides
Meet the experts to
discuss perspectives for
your research career
O. Voigt
J. Stökl
OP-E-6
Detecting communitywide patterns of
competitive and other
interactions: a case
study using tropical ant
communities
A 021 | G. Floor
DFG Speed-Dating
14:00 – 15:30 Short Presentations à 15min.
Sunday, 15 September 2013
OP-E-1
Threatened endemic
birds and island environment: case study on
structural change, habitat
use, and population dynamics
F 107 | 1. Floor
LUNCH BREAK
14:00 – 15:30 Short Presentations à 15min.
Ecology I
Morphologie II: Thomas Kleinteich
Sticky stuff: adhesion in fishes and amphibians
12:30 – 14:00
Internal Section Meeting | Neurobiology
A 119 | 1. Floor
Systematik I: Dirk Erpenbeck
The slow and the furious - sponge evolution revisited

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