SEB Antwerp 2021

Cell Biology Sessions

  • Cellular function and nuclear dynamics in plant reproduction

Organisers:
  •  Monica Pradillo Orellana
  • David E Evans

 

Organisers:
  •  David E Evans
  • Philippe Colas
  • Roland Foisner 

SCIENCES ACROSS BOUNDARIES 

CELL, ANIMAL & PLANT BIOLOGY 

  • Technology Enabled Approaches to Ecophsyiology

Organisers:
  • Oliver Tills
  • Manuela Truebano
  • Anne Plessis
This session is focussed on the application of both established and emerging technology enabled approaches to understanding ecophysiology.

This session is inclusive of global approaches such as molecular-omics and phenomics through to more focussed technology enabled approaches to research targeted on a particular aspect of ecophysiology.

A key unifying principle of the session is in utilising the large datasets produced by technology enabled approaches to understanding key physiological mechanisms and the intention is that this will encompass a broad range of taxa. Research using large datasets present unique challenges relating to big data, analytical approaches and study design.

Our session will draw on the breadth of experience and research interests within the society and bring together researchers using large datasets, from molecular to organismal, across all sections of the society.
Related sessions:

Animal biology sessions
Plant biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions

 
ANIMAL & CELL BIOLOGY 

  • Neurotransmitters to pheromones: the response of physiological and behavioural signals to environmental change

Organisers:
  • Katherine Sloman
  • Danielle M McDonald
Related sessions:

Animal biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions


 

  • Episodic hypoxia: species with exceptional tolerance and how to study them

Organisers:
  • Frank van Breukelen
  • Allyson Hindle
Related sessions:

Animal biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions


 

  • Do environmental contaminants alter energy balance, how can we find out and how much does it matter?

Organiser:
  • Kimberley Bennett
Related sessions:

Animal biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions


 

  • The physiology behind phenotypic plasticity in rapidly changing environments

Organisers:
  • Tamzin Blewett
  • Tommy Norin 
Related sessions:

Animal biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions

CELL & PLANT BIOLOGY 

  • General cell and plant biology

Related sessions:
Plant biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions


 

  • Cellular aspects of plant hormone action

Organiser:
  •  Alexander Jones

Related sessions:
Plant biology sessions
Sciences across boundaries biology sessions