Mathematical modeling of understanding how adaptive evolution of sexual traits can affect coexistence
- June 23 (Thu) at 16:00 - 17:00, 2022 (JST)
- Keiichi Morita (Ph.D. Student, School of Advanced Sciences Department of Evolutionary Studies of Biosystems, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI))
- via Zoom
- Keiichi Morita
One of the challenges in ecology is understanding the processes of species coexistence. Recent studies have underlined the importance of the interaction between rapid adaptation and population dynamics (i.e., eco-evolutionary feedbacks) in coexistence. Reproductive interference may reduce population growth rate due to costs of hybridization by incomplete recognition of sexual traits such as ornaments and songs in birds. Recent theoretical studies have suggested that eco-evolutionary feedbacks in sexual traits can affect coexistence. I will present mathematical modeling for investigating how reproductive interference can affect coexistence. Furthermore, I will present an analytical method, adaptive dynamics for understanding how evolution of sexual traits can affect coexistence.
- Keiichi Morita, Masato Yamamichi, How does the magnitude of genetic variation affect ecological and reproductive character displacement?, Population Ecology, early published (2021), doi: 10.1002/1438-390X.12097
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