CRC 618 I–II: Evolution of Parasitic Properties of Endosymbionts: The Intracellular Bacterium Wolbachia (SP C1)


The project investigates how intracellular bacteria manipulate reproduction and development of their hosts.
The project investigates how intracellular bacteria manipulate reproduction and development of their hosts.


Principal Investigators
Hammerstein, Peter Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Details) (Collaborative Research Centre 429 'Molecular Physiology, Energetics and Regulation of Primary Plant Metabolism Processes')

Duration of Project
Start date: 07/2002
End date: 06/2013

Publications
Hagen, E.H.; Hammerstein, P. : (2005) Evolutionary biology and the strategic view of ontogeny: Robustness versus flexibility in the life course. Research in Human Development, 2, 87-101

Engelstädter, J.; Telschow, A.; Hammerstein, P.: (2004) Infection dynamics of different Wolbachia-types within one host population. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 231, 345-355

Hammerstein, P.: (2005) Strategic analysis in evolutionary genetics and the theory of games. Journal of Genetics, 84, 7-12

Leimar,O.; van Dooren, T.; Hammerstein, P.: (2004) Adaptation and constraint in the evolution of environmental sex determination, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 227, 561-570

Telschow, A.; Hammerstein, P.; Werren, J.H.: (2002) Effects of Wolbachia on genetic divergence between populations: Mainland-island model. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 42, 340-351

Telschow, A.; Hammerstein, P.; Werren, J.H.: (2005) The effect of Wolbachia versus genetic incompatibilities on reinforcement and speciation. Evolution, 59, 1607-1619

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