Wednesday 23 July
09.00 – 10.40ROOM A

Symposium S1: Mechanical mechanisms of development I
Organizers: Naomi Nakayama and Annemiek Cornelissen
Chairs: Naomi Nakayama and Annemiek Cornelissen                

S1-01  Patterning under pressure
Bennett, Malcolm (University of Nottingham, Leicestershire, GBR); Goh, Tatsuaki (Kobe University, JPN / University of Nottingham, GBR); Guyomarc’H, Soazig (IRD, UMR DIADE (IRD/UM2), FRA); Fukaki, Hidehiro (Graduate School of Science, Kobe University, JPN); Laplaze, Laurent (IRD, UMR DIADE (IRD/UM2), FRA)

S1-02  Getting the mechanics right: The coordination of the lateral expansion of plant stems
Werner, Stephanie (Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna, AUT); Suer, Stephanie (Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna, AUT); Wolf, Sebastian (Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg, GER); Greb, Thomas (Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna, AUT)

S1-03 Cell and tissue mechanics in zebrafish gastrulation
Heisenberg, Carl-Philipp (IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, AUT)

S1-04 Sequential rings of cells turn into sequential body parts and sequential evolution by physical pattern formation
Fleury, Vincent (Laboratoire MSC/UMR7057, Paris, FRA)

09.00 – 10.40ROOM B

Symposium S2: EvoDevo of colour
Organizer: Beverley Glover
Chair: Beverley Glover

S2-01 Under the rainbow: Understanding how plants build microscopic structures to produce iridescence
Moyroud, Edwige (University of Cambridge, GBR); Vignolini, Silvia (University of Cambridge, GBR); Rudall, Paula (Royal Botanic Gardens Kew , London, GBR); Steiner, Ullrich (University of Cambridge, GBR); Glover, Beverley (University of Cambridge, GBR)

S2-02 Plant genes that alter pollinator preference
Sheehan, Hester (University of Berne, CHE); Klahre, Ulrich (University of Berne, CHE); Dell'Olivo, Alexandre (University of Berne, CHE); Moser, Michel (University of Berne, CHE); Hermann, Katrin (University of Berne, CHE); Esfeld, Korinna (University of Berne, CHE); Summers, Holly (University of Berne, CHE); Caze, Ana Luiza (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, BRA); Kuhlemeier, Cris (University of Berne, CHE)

S2-03 Evolution of a novel pigmentation pattern through regulatory rewiring
Martins, Talline (Duke University, Durham, NC, USA); Rausher, Mark (Duke University, Durham, NC, USA)

S-04    How chameleons change colour
Milinkovitch, Michel (University of Geneva, Geneva, CHE); Teyssier, Jeremie (University of Geneva, CHE); Saenko, Suzanne (University of Geneva, CHE); van der Marel, Dirk (University of Geneva, CHE)

09.00 – 10.40ROOM C1     

Symposium S3: Uncovering the genomic bases of phenotypic change in the NGS era
Organizers: Manuel Irimia, Ignacio Maeso, Juan Pascual-Anaya
Chairs: Manuel Irimia and Ignacio Maeso

S3-01  NG sequencing technology and comparative genomics of non-model systems
Hejnol, Andreas (University of Bergen, NOR); Ryan, Joe F (University of Bergen, NOR); Vellutini, Bruno C (University of Bergen, NOR); Martín-Durán, José María (University of Bergen, NOR); Pang, Kevin (University of Bergen, NOR); Børve, Aina (University of Bergen, NOR)

S3-02  Mechanisms of gene regulatory evolution during the origin of mammalian pregnancy
Lynch, Jeremy A. (The University of Chicago , IL, USA)                  

S3-03   Understanding extreme non-coding conservation
Lenhard, Boris (Imperial College London, GBR)

S-04    Big mice on small islands: The origin and evolution of the Faroese house mouse
Chan, Frank (Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max PlanckSociety, Tübingen, GER)

09.00 – 10.40ROOM C2

Symposium S4: Extended Evolutionary Synthesis
Organizers: Gerd B. Müller and Werner Callebaut
Chair: Gerd B. Müller

S4-01  Niche construction, developmental bias and the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis
Laland, Kevin (University of St Andrews, GBR); Uller, Tobias (University of Oxford, GBR)

S4-02  An evolutionary view of brain development and dynamics and its theoretical consequences
Szathmáry, Eörs (Parmenides Foundation, Pullach, GER)

S4-03  A new vision of heredity to build an Inclusive Evolutionary Synthesis
Danchin, Etienne (CNRS, Toulouse, FRA)

S4-04  The role of EvoDevo in extending the Evolutionary Synthesis
Callebaut, Werner (The KLI Institute, Klosterneuburg, AUT); Müller, Gerd B. (University of Vienna, AUT)

10.40 – 11.10 Coffee Break
11.10 – 12.25 ROOM A

Contributed Session C1: Living fossils,’ myth or reality?
Chairs: Didier Casane and Patrick Laurenti

C1-01  Sharks, stems, and shedding the living fossil tag
Coates, Michael (The University of Chicago, IL, USA); Criswell, Katharine (The University of Chicago, IL, USA)

C1-02  Skeletogenesis in cartilaginous fish
Enault, Sebastien (ISEM - Université Montpellier 2, FRA); Da Silva, Willian (ISEM - Université Montpellier 2, FRA); Venteo, Stephanie (INM- Université Montpellier 2, FRA); Debiais-Thibaud, Mélanie (ISEM — Université Montpellier 2, FRA)

C1-03  Limulus polyphemus is not quite a 'living fossil', especially from a  developmental point of view
Haug, Carolin (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Planegg-Martinsried, GER)

C1-04  Cockroach-like insects: Successful since 300 million years and therefore 'living fossils'?
Hörnig, Marie K. (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University of Greifswald, GER); Haug, Carolin (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich,  Planegg-Martinsried, GER); Haug, Joachim T. (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Planegg-Martinsried, GER)

C1-05  Segmentation in brachiopod larvae? The expression of common segment patterning genes during development of larval lobes
Vellutini, Bruno (University of Bergen, NOR); Hejnol, Andreas (University of Bergen, NOR)

11.10 – 12.25     ROOM B

Contributed Session C2: Developmental basis of quantitative variation
Chair: Mihaela Pavlicev

C2-01  How do you shave a baby? Cis-regulatory region occupancy as the basis for morphological evolution
Preger-Ben Noon, Ella (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA, USA); Stern, David (Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, VA, USA)

C2-02  Tissue sensitivity to Hox protein levels underlies the adaptive leg morphology of water striders
Refki, Peter (IGFL; UCBL, Lyon, FRA); Armisen, David (IGFL-ENS, Lyon, FRA); Crumiere, Antonin (IGFL-ENS, Lyon, FRA); Viala, Séverine (IGFL-ENS, Lyon, FRA); Khila, Abderrahman (IGFL-ENS, Lyon, FRA)

C2-03  Developmental mechanisms underlying natural variation in organ size
Ramaekers, Ariane (VIB-KU Leuven, BEL); Weinberger, Simon (VIB-KULeuven, BEL); Buchner, Erich (University Hospital Würzburg, GER); Wolf, Reinhard (University Würzburg R. Virchow Center, GER); Hassan, Bassem A. (VIB-KU Leuven, BEL)

C2-04  Investigating the genetic and developmental origins of limb bone length using mice selectively bred for increased tibia length
Marchini, Marta (University of Calgary, AB, CAN); Krueger, Carsten B. (University of Calgary, AB, CAN); Sparrow, Leah M. (University of Calgary, AB, CAN); Dowhanik, Alexandra S. (University of Calgary, AB, CAN); Cosman, Miranda N. (University of Calgary, AB, CAN); Rolian, Campbell (University of Calgary, AB, CAN)

C2-04  Pattern modulation produces a highly-regular grid of defensive hairs in the spiny mouse (Acomys dimidiatus)
Tzika, Athanasia (University of Geneva, CHE); Montandon, Sophie (University of Geneva, CHE); Manukyan, Liana (University of Geneva, CHE); Milinkovitch, Michel (University of Geneva, CHE)

11.10 – 12.25 ROOM C1

Contributed Session C3: Uncovering the genomic bases of phenotypic change in the NGS era I
Chairs: Manuel Irimia and Juan Pascual-Anaya

C3-01  Two novel, complementary next generation sequencing approaches to reveal the dorso-ventral gene regulatory network of Tribolium castaneum
Stappert, Dominik (University of Cologne, GER); Frey, Nadine (University of Cologne, GER); Roth, Siegfried (University of Cologne, GER)

C3-02  Convergent evolution of proteins with repetitive, low complexity domains in biomineralizing taxa

McDougall, Carmel (University of Queensland, Brisbane, AUS); Woodcroft, Ben (University of Queensland, Brisbane, AUS); Degnan, Bernie (University of Queensland, Brisbane, AUS)

C3-03  Cnidarian microRNAs frequently regulate their targets by cleavage
Praher, Daniela (University of Vienna, AUT); Moran, Yehu (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISR); Fredman, David (University of Vienna, AUT); Li, Xin (University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA); Wee, Liang-Meng (University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA); Rentzsch, Fabian (University of Bergen, NOR); Zamore, Philip (University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA); Seitz, Hervé (CNRS, Montpellier, FRA); Technau, Ulrich (University of Vienna, AUT)

C3-04  Trancriptome profiling of a key morphological innovation: The propelling fan of the water walking bug Rhagovelia obesa
Santos, Emilia (IGFL, Lyon, FRA); Khila, Abderrahman (IGFL, Lyon, FRA)

C3-05  Phenotypic plasticity and epigenetics in the honeybee ovary
Leask, Megan (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZL); Dearden, Peter (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZL); Duncan, Elizabeth (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZL)

11.10 – 12.25 ROOM C2

Contributed Session C4: Extended Evolutionary Synthesis & Quo vadis EvoDevo?
Chair: Werner Callebaut

C4-01  The origination of novelty: Qualitative changes from quantitative variation
Peterson, Tim (University of Vienna, AUT); Müller, Gerd B. (University of Vienna, AUT)

C4-02  Adaptive dynamics modelling with evolving epigenetic switches
Van Dooren, Tom JM (Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences Paris, FRA)

C4-03  The timing of development
Nicoglou, Antonine (Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques, Paris, FRA)

C4-04  How a better understand of developmental mechanisms would transform the bases of evolutionary biology
Salazar-Ciudad, Isaac (Institute of Biotechnology, Helsinki, FIN)

C4-05  Computing the concept of evolvability
Nuño de la Rosa, Laura (The KLI Institute, Klosterneuburg, AUT)

11.10 – 12.25ROOM D

Contributed Session C5: Developmental mechanisms underlying evolutionary change I
Chair: Constanze Bickelmann

C5-01  Hox expression in salamanders - Preaxial polarity revisited
Bickelmann, Constanze (Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, GER); Schneider, Igor (Instituto de Ciencias Biologicas, Belem, BRA); Fröbisch, Nadia B. (Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, GER)

C5-02  An embryological perspective on lung structure of early amniotes
Lambertz, Markus (Universität Bonn, Bonn, GER); Grommes, Kristina (Universität Bonn, Bonn, GER); Kohlsdorf, Tiana (FFCLRP, Universidade de São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, BRA); Perry, Steven F. (Universität Bonn, Bonn, GER)

C5-03  The intricate relationship between selection and developmental constraints: The evolution of the Drosophila sex comb length
Malagon, Juan (University of Toronto (Larsen Lab), Toronto, ON, CAN)

C5-04  A burst of microRNA innovation in the early evolution of butterflies and moths
Quah, Shan (University of Oxford, GBR); Holland, Peter (University of Oxford, GBR)

C5-05  Stem cell genes characterization in Oscarella lobularis (Porifera, Homoscleromorpha): The stepping stone towards understanding somatic and germ lines origin
Fierro, Laura (IMBE, Marseille, FRA); Schenkelaars, Quentin (IMBE, Marseille, FRA); Borchiellini, Carole (IMBE, Marseille, FRA); Ereskovsky, Alexander (IMBE, Marseille, FRA); Renard, Emmanuelle (IMBE, Marseille, FRA)

12.25 – 14.00Lunch Break
14.00 – 15.40ROOM A

Symposium S5: Mechanical mechanisms of development II
Organizers: Naomi Nakayama and Annemiek Cornelissen
Chairs: Naomi Nakayama and Annemiek Cornelissen

S5-01  Directional mechanical signals add robustness to plant morphogenesis
Hamant, Olivier (ENS Lyon, FRA)

S5-02  Mechanics of cell contacts during tissue morphogenesis
Lenne, Pierre-François (IBDM - Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille,  FRA)

S5-03  Mechanical development of veins controls shape, position and movements of plants leaves
Douady, Stéphane (MSC Laboratory, Université Paris-Diderot / CNRS, FRA)

S5-04  Mechanical basis of seashell morphogenesis
Moulton, Derek (University of Oxford, GBR); Goriely, Alain (University of Oxford, GBR); Chirat, Régis (Université Lyon 1, Villeurbanne, FRA)

14.00 – 15.40  ROOM B

Symposium S6: EvoDevo of symmetry in animals and plants
Organizers: Sophie Nadot and Catherine Damerval
Chair: Catherine Damerval

S6-01  Do asymmetric flies fly in circles? Functional consequences of a genetically induced asymmetry on flight performance in Drosophila melanogaster
Debat, Vincent (UMR7502 ISyEB, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle , Paris, FRA); Aponte, Jose David (Houle Lab, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA); Cornette, Raphaël (UMR7502 ISyEB, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle , Paris, FRA); Herrel, Anthony (UMR7504 FUNEVOL, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, FRA); Peronnet, Frédérique (UMR Biologie du Développement, UPMC, Paris, FRA)

S6-02  Role of Myosin ID in Drosophila and zebrafish Left-Right Asymmetry
Noselli, Stephane (IBV - CNRS UMR7277, Nice, FRA)

S6-03  Corolla monosymmetry: Evolution of a morphological novelty in the angiosperms
Zachgo, Sabine (Osnabrueck University, Osnabrueck, GER)

S6-04   CYCLOIDEA-like genes and floral symmetry in Ranunculaceae
Jabbour, Florian (National Museum of Natural History, Paris, FRA); Cossard, Guillaume (University of Lausanne, CHE); Le Guilloux, Martine (CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, FRA); Sannier, Julie (Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, FRA); Nadot, Sophie (Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, FRA); Damerval, Catherine (CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, FRA)

14.00 – 15.40ROOM C1

Symposium S7: The Roche Discovery Oncology Symposium: Perspectives on Wnt signaling
Organizers: Wim Damen and Cornelius Eibner
Chairs: Wim Damen and Cornelius Eibner

S7-01  Cancer mutations derail Wnt signalling via conformational conversion of the scaffold protein Axin
Maurice, Madelon (University Medical Center Utrecht, De Bilt); Anvarian, Zeinab (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); Nojima, Hisashi (MRC National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London, GBR); Madl, Tobias (Utrecht University, NLD); Spit, Maureen (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); van Kappel, Eline (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); Scherpenzeel, Revina (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); Low, Teck Y. (Bijvoet Centre for Biomolecular Research, Utrecht University, NLD); Kuper, Ineke (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); Jordens, Ingrid (University Medical Centre Utrecht , NLD); Gerlach, Jan P (University Medical Centre Utrecht, NLD); Heck, Albert J. R. (Bijvoet Centre for Biomolecular Research, Utrecht University, NLD); Vincent, Jean-Paul (MRC National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill,  London, GBR); Rüdiger, Stefan G. D. (Bijvoet Centre for Biomolecular Research, Utrecht University, NLD)

S7-02   Wnt signaling in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii
Demilly, Adrien (Institut Jacques Monod CNRS, Paris, FRA); Gazave, Eve (Institut Jacques Monod CNRS, Paris, FRA); Steinmetz, Patrick (Center of Organismal Systems Biology, University of Vienna, AUT); Marchand, Lauriane (Institut Jacques Monod CNRS, Paris, FRA); Kerner, Pierre (Institut Jacques Monod CNRS, Paris, FRA); Vervoort, Michel (Institut Jacques Monod CNRS, Paris, FRA)

S7-03  Wnt signaling shapes planarians
Adell, Teresa (University of Barcelona, ESP); Sureda, Miquel (University of Barcelona, ESP); Almuedo-Castillo, Maria (University of Barcelona, ESP); Martin-Duran, Jose Maria (University of Barcelona, ESP); Rojo-Laguna, Jose Ignacio (University of Barcelona, ESP); Saló, Emili (University of Barcelona, ESP)

S7-04   Dissecting Wnt-signaling dependent transcription in the mouse
Cantù, Claudio (University of Zurich, CHE)

14.00 – 15.40ROOM C2

Symposium S8: Quo vadis EvoDevo?
Organizers: Manfred Laubichler and Cassandra Extavour
Chair: Manfred Laubichler
Discussion leader: Ronald Jenner

S8-01  EvoDevo in the Americas: A report on a community workshop to consolidate and advance the field of Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Extavour, Cassandra (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA)

S8-02  The future of evo-devo
Jaeger, Johannes (Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, ESP)

S8-03   Quo vadis EvoDevo?
Laubichler, Manfred (Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA)

15.40 – 16.10 Coffee Break
16.10 – 17.10ROOM A

Contributed Session C6: Plant EvoDevo: Linking cross-species genetic and morphological variation
Chair: Caspar Chater

C6-01  Deep homology in the land plant stomatal development programme
Chater, Caspar (MBB, University of Sheffield, GBR); Caine, Robert (APS, Beerling Lab, University of Sheffield, GBR); Kamisugi, Yasuko (Centre for Plant Sciences, Leeds, GBR); Cuming, Andrew (Centre for Plant Sciences, Leeds, GBR); Fleming, Andrew (APS, University of Sheffield, GBR); Beerling, David (APS, University of Sheffield, GBR); Gray, Julie (MBB, University of Sheffield, GBR)

C6-02  Through the periscope: Understanding early grass leaf development
Richardson, Annis (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); Rebocho, Xana (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); O'Connor, Devin (Cambridge University, GBR); Hake, Sarah (University of California Berkeley, CA, USA); Coen, Enrico (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR)

C6-03  Three ancient hormonal cues co-ordinate shoot branching in a moss
Coudert, Yoan (University of Cambridge, GBR); Palubicki, Wojtek (Cambridge University, GBR); Leyser, Ottoline (Cambridge University, GBR); Harrison, Jill (University of Cambridge, GBR)

C6-04  Stay high or get low: Can epigenetic variation lead to recurrent speciation?
Paun, Ovidiu (University of Vienna, AUT); Flatscher, Ruth (University of Vienna, AUT); Frajman, Bozo (University of Innsbruck, AUT); Trucchi, Emiliano (University of Vienna, AUT); Schönswetter, Peter (University of Innsbruck, AUT)

16.10 – 17.10ROOM B

Contributed Session C7: EvoDevo of symmetry in animals and plants
Chair: Sophie Nadot

C7-01  A computational model of cleavage patterns in metazoa and its evolution
Brun-Usan, Miguel (Universitat Autònoma Barcelona, Bellaterra, ESP); Salazar-Ciudad, Isaac (Evo-devo Helsinki Community, Helsinki, FIN)

C7-02  The establishment of left-right asymmetry during spiralian development in the serpulid annelid Pomatoceros lamarcki
Namigai, Erica (University of Oxford, GBR); Shimeld, Sebastian (University of Oxford, GBR)


C7-03  Colony symmetry in thecate hydroids (Cnidaria, Hydroidomedusa, Leptomedusae): Transition from radial to bilateral symmetry
Kosevich, Igor (Faculty of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RUS)

C7-04  Evolution of a novel flower trait in the Brassicaceae
Busch, Andrea (University of Osnabrück, GER); Horn, Stefanie (University of Osnabrück, GER); Zachgo, Sabine (University of Osnabrück, GER)

16.10 – 17.10ROOM C1

Contributed Session C8: Perspectives on Wnt signaling I
Chair: Reinhard Schröder

C8-01  A Wnt landscape regulates segment polarity in the annelid Platynereis
Balavoine, Guillaume (Institut Jacques Monod, Paris, FRA); Gazave, Eve (Institut Jacques Monod / CNRS, Paris, FRA)

C8-02  Functional analysis of Wnt signalling in early spider development shows diverse roles in embryonic patterning
Eibner, Cornelius (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, GER); Pohl, Kerstin (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, GER); Beyerlein, Anna (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, GER); Holzem, Michaela (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, GER); Damen, Wim GM (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, GER)

C8-03  Characterization of the gene regulatory network for posterior development in the spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum
Schoenauer, Anna (Oxford Brookes University, GBR); Schwager, Evelyn (Oxford Brookes University, GBR); Hilbrant, Maarten (Oxford Brookes University, GBR); Damen, Wim G.M. (Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena, GER); McGregor, Alistair P. (Oxford Brookes University, GBR)

C8-04  Anterior/posterior patterning of the dorsal mesoderm in vertebrates evolved as a novelty from the ancestral chordate mesoderm by a heterotopic shift
Onai, Takayuki (RIKEN CDB, Kobe, JPN); Aramaki, Toshihiro (Osaka University, JPN); Inomata, Hidehiko (RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Kobe, JPN); Hirai, Tamami (RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Kobe, JPN); Kuratani, Shigeru (RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Kobe, JPN)

16.10 – 17.10ROOM C2

Contributed Session C9: Mechanical mechanisms of development
Chair: Derek Moulton

C9-01  The 3D Crocs project: Physical mechanisms generate a diversity of cranial scale patterns among Crocodylians
May, Catherine (University of Geneva, Geneva, CHE); Milinkovitch, Michel (University of Geneva, Geneva, CHE)

C9-02  Epithelial cell shaping in response to mechanical cues is an evolutionary conserved way for sculpting an embryo
Kraus, Yulia (Faculty of Biology, Moscow State University , Moscow, RUS); Kremnyov, Stanislav (Faculty of Biology, Moscow State University , Moscow, RUS); Frank, Uri (National University of Ireland, Galway, IRL)

C9-03  Comparative tissue dynamics of late embryogenesis in flies and midges
Fraire-Zamora, Juan J. (Centre de Regulacio Genomica, Barcelona, ESP); Solon, Jerome (Centre de Regulacio Genomica, Barcelona, ESP); Jaeger, Johannes (Centre de Regulacio Genomica, Barcelona, ESP)

C9-04  Shaping the snapdragon's mouth using a CUP
Rebocho, Xana (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); Abley, Katie (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); Bradley, Desmond (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); Copsey, Lucy (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR); Bagham, Andrew (University of East Anglia, Norwich, GBR); Coen, Enrico (John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR)

16.10 – 17.10ROOM D

Contributed Session C10: Complexity in gene networks and structures
Chair: Andrew Cridge

C10-01 Constraining and buffering: Regulation and evolution of complex gene networks
Cridge, Andrew (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZL); Dearden, Peter (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZL)

C10-02 Structurure, function and development of an extraordinary insect eye
Buschbeck, Elke (University of Cincinnati, OH, USA); Stahl, Aaron (University of Cincinnati, OH, USA); Cook, Tiffany (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, OH, USA)

C10-03 Evolution of morphological complexity and modularity in the primate skull using anatomical network analysis
Esteve-Altava, Borja (University of Vienna, Paterna, ESP); Boughner, Julia (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, CAN); Diogo, Rui (Howard University, Washington DC, USA); Rasskin-Gutman, Diego (University of Valencia, Paterna, ESP)

C10-04  Elastin gene neo-functionalization endows teleost-specific heart component, "bulbus arteriosus" in fish development and evolution
Moriyama, Yuuta (IMCB, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JPN); Takeuchi, Jun K. (IMCB, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JPN); Koshiba-Takeuchi, Kauzko (IMCB, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JPN)

17.10 – 17.20Break
17.20 – 18.00ROOMS C1 & C2 (live transmission from C1 to C2)

Keynote Lecture (K2)
Veronica Grieneisen
John Innes Centre, Norwich, GBR

A “Devo-Evo” approach to unravel the hidden logic of cell and tissue polarity in plants and animals
Chair: Charlie Scutt

18.00 – 20.00Poster Session 1
(Presentation of posters with even numbers)
Corridors in front of ROOMS C1 & C2 and ROOM E


20.30 Reception at the Vienna City Hall


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