Programm 2020


Digital Symposium
Molecular Physiology
Adaptations to Environmental Stressors

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Thursday, 10. September

14:00     Martina Höckner (University of Innsbruck)
Environmental stress and earthworm physiology

14:30     Phil Lukas, Christian Müller, Jan-Peter Hildebrandt (University of Greifswald)
Blood is life, life is different – the evolutional adaptation of the sialome of sanguivorous leeches to their vertebrate hosts

14:45     Julia Edelmann, Sabine Ziesemer, Jan-Peter Hildebrandt (University of Greifswald)
Cylindrospermopsin exposure causes attenuation of cell proliferation and elongates the metaphase in mitotic human airway epithelial cells

15:00     Jakob von Frieling, Thomas Roeder (CAU Kiel)
Effect of protein-energy malnutrition on epithelia-microbe interactions in the intestinal tract of Drosophila melanogaster

15:15     Judith Bossen, Thomas Roeder (CAU Kiel)
Tracheal terminal cells in Drosophila are immune privileged to avoid immune induced cell death

15:30     Virtual Coffee Break

16:00     Jing Yang, Bernard Moussian (University of Tübingen)
Effects of the ACC inhibitor Spiratetramat on Drosophila

16:15     Steven Lech, Bernard Moussian (University of Tübingen)
Resilin matrices in Drosophila   

16:30     Benedikt Wellmeyer, Hans Merzendorfer (University of Siegen)
Functional characterization of ecdysteroid transporters from Tribolium castaneum

16:45     Janin Rösner, Hans Merzendorfer (University of Siegen)
Identification of ABC transporters involved in the elimination of insecticides using Tribolium castaneum as a pest model

17:00     Anton Müller (University of Giessen)
Dual oxidase in gut inflammation: Computed tomography (CT) and positron emissions tomography (PET) of the alternative animal model Manduca sexta

17:15     General Discussion

Organizers: Sarah Lemke, Hans Merzendorfer