, who only have one X chromosome), would mean that any recessive mutation is unconditionally expressed. This work has been financed with the support of the Marie Curie FP7 program, of the Government of Spain (National Program of Excellence); as well as by the Biological Sciences Research Council of the United Kingdom. Investigative team The work has been directed by Pau Carazo and carried out in collaboration with researchers from the University of Oxford. Carazo is currently the director of the Behavior and Evolution Lab group (http://paucarazo.com), which belongs to the Ethology unit of the Ecology, Ethology and Evolution group of the Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology. The group is currently made up of three doctoral students, a laboratory technician and Pau Carazo.
His lines of research include the evolution Belgium Email Lists and function of sexual conflict and aging, and the role of behavior in evolutionary change.in their behavior that would leave a different taphonomic stamp, and therefore , would lead to inadequate archaeological interpretations ”comments Ruth Blasco. Neotaphonomy The experimental approach arose in 2010 to respond to the occupational complexity of some Pleistocene sites, such as the Cova del Toll, in Moià (Barcelona), where one of the main species represented is the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) . The first experimental results were published in the journal PLOS ONE in 2014. This Neotaphonomy project has the permission, supervision and collaboration of the Brown Bear Monitoring teams, the Alt Pirineu Natural Park, and the Department of Agriculture, Branch,
Fisheries and Food of the Generalitat de Catalunya. In the same way, the experimental line is part of the research project “Sharing space: the interaction between hominids and carnivores in the Northeast of the Peninsula” (No. Ref. 2014-100573), co-financed by the Generalitat de Catalunya.Dimitrios Paraskevi, co-lead author of the study and adjunct professor in the Department of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Medical Statistics at the University of Athens (Greece), adds that “a surprising finding is the clear separation between Eastern and Western Europe in the early days of the virus, which probably has to do with the political situation on the continent. The different strains of Eastern and Western Europe connected during the 1990s, when migratory movements were less restricted. ” Looking at Europe in detail,