Laboratory of Animal Ecology and Evolution

Laboratory of Animal Ecology and Evolution

Studies that affect the ability of living organisms to adapt to the changing environment are done in the laboratory. Research activities of laboratory staff relate to individual variations of behavioural and immunological reactions and population management. Awareness of the need to protect nature and biodiversity on Earth is being developed in parallel with scientific research into environmental changes and evolutionary processes.

Main study topics of Laboratory of Animal Ecology and Evolution:

  • Behaviour and ecology of cavity nester birds
  • Relationship of haematological parameters of birds with chronic and acute stress in the context of environmental changes
  • Blood parasites of birds and their geographical distribution
  • Ecological relations between birds blood parasites and their host organisms
  • Adaptation of birds to the northern conditions
  • Ecological immunology of Mealworm beetle Tenebrio molitor
  • Ecological immunology of House cricket Gryllus domesticus
  • Ecological relations between plant and plant insects
  • Climate change impact on biodiversity in pine forests
  • Ecology and distribution of Green Hawker Aescha viridis
  • Evolution of social behaviour
  • Ecology of human behaviour

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