Oral Presentations of the Max Planck Research Group Insect Symbiosis

2014
1Flórez Patino L.V. (2014). A symbiotic strategy for chemical egg defense in insects: the Lagria - Burkholderia case. Talk presented at III Congress of the Latin American Association of Chemical Ecology (ALAEQ), Bogotá, CO
2Biedermann P. (2014). Inzucht, Kinderarbeit, Ambrosia: Einblicke in Sozialverhalten und Pilzzucht heimischer Ambrosiakäfer. Talk presented at 23. Internationale Naturschutztagung "Zoologischer und botanischer Artenschutz in Mitteleuropa", Arbeitsgruppe Artenschutz Thüringen e.V., Bad Blankenburg, DE
3Flórez Patino L.V.*, Kaltenpoth M. (2014). Outsourcing protective tasks? Bacteria-mediated defense in lagriid beetle eggs. Talk presented at Xth European Congress of Entomology (ECE), Royal Entomological Society, University of York, York, GB
4Kaltenpoth M. (2014). A perfect drug deal: Evolution, ecology, and genomics of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Talk presented at Xth European Congress of Entomology (ECE), Royal Entomological Society, University of York, York, GB (invited)
5Kaltenpoth M. (2014). A perfect drug deal: Evolution, ecology, and genomics of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Talk presented at Status Symposium: The Evolution of German Evolutionary Biology, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Universität Potsdam, Hannover, DE
6Salem H.*, Bauer E., Kaltenpoth M. (2014). Nutrient supplementation by gut symbionts ensures metabolic homeostasis in an insect host. Talk presented at Conference "Evolution 2014", Raleigh, NC, US
7Kaltenpoth M. (2014). Symbiotic bacteria affect cuticular hydrocarbon profiles in tsetse flies (Glossina m. morsitans). Talk presented at 8th International Wolbachia Conference, University of Innsbruck, Molecular Ecology Group, Institute of Ecology, Innsbruck, AT
8Biedermann P. (2014). Biology of bark and Ambrosia beetles. Talk presented at Life and Art Studies, USDA Forest Service, Asheville, NC, US
9Biedermann P. (2014). Ambrosia beetle sociality and lab breeding. Talk presented at Bark & Ambrosia Beetle Academy, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, US
10Flórez Patino L.V. (2014). Bacteria-mediated egg protection? Transmission and defensive function of symbiotic bacteria in lagriid beetles. Talk presented at MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE
11Kaltenpoth M. (2014). A perfect drug deal: Evolution, ecology, and genomics of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Talk presented at Fakultätskolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE (invited)
12Salem H. (2014). The Elemental Value of Gut Symbionts to the Vitamin Metabolism of Firebugs. Talk presented at Keystone Symposium: Mechanisms and Consequences of Invertebrate-Microbe Interactions Interactions, Tahoe City, US
2013
1Biedermann P. (2013). Ambrosia fungus diversity and its (potential) regulation. Talk presented at Seminar, Wageningen University, Department of Plant Sciences, Wageningen, NL (invited)
2Biedermann P. (2013). Cooperation under the bark: Symbioses & sociality in Ambrosia beetles. Talk presented at Seminar, Wageningen University, Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen, NL (invited)
3Biedermann P. (2013). Wood-boring weevils as models for studying the evolution of intra- and interspecific cooperation. Talk presented at Ecological Seminar, Ökologisches Kolloquium, Universität Bremen, Bremen, DE
4Biedermann P. (2013). Evolution of cooperation in Ambrosia beetles. Talk presented at Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, BE
5Kaltenpoth M. (2013). A perfect drug deal: Evolution of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Talk presented at FEMS 2013 - 5th Congress of European Microbiologists, Federation of European Microbiological Societies, Leipzig, DE
6Biedermann P.*, Kaltenpoth M. (2013). Microbial symbionts and their functions in fungus farming weevils. Talk presented at 18th DZG graduate meeting „Evolutionary Biology“, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Göttingen, DE
7Salem H. (2013). Detailing the symbiotic contributions of Actinobacteria towards firebugs. Talk presented at 18th DZG graduate meeting „Evolutionary Biology“, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Göttingen, DE
8Biedermann P. (2013). The evolution of cooperation in Ambrosia beetles. Talk presented at Entomologentagung 2013, Deutsche Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie, Göttingen, DE
9Biedermann P. (2013). Studien über die Evolution von Kooperation bei Ambrosiakäfern (Curculionidae; Scolytinae) – Evolution of Cooperation in Ambrosia Beetles. Talk presented at ÖEG - Kolloquium 2013, Österreichische Entomologische Gesellschaft, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT
10Biedermann P., Kaltenpoth M. (2013). Assoziierte Mikroorganismen und ihre Funktion für Pilze züchtende Ambrosiakäfer (Scolytinae). Talk presented at ÖEG - Kolloquium 2013, Österreichische Entomologische Gesellschaft, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT
11Kaltenpoth M. (2013). Actinobacteria as essential nutritional symbionts in pyrrhocorid bugs. Talk presented at Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE
12Kaltenpoth M. (2013). Chemische Ökologie und Evolution der Symbionten-produzierten antimikrobiellen Verteidigung von Bienenwölfen. Talk presented at 25. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA e.V., Irsee, DE
13Biedermann P.*, Taborsky M. (2013). Divergent experimental selection for philopatry and dispersal affects the evolution of cooperative breeding in primitively eusocial Ambrosia beetles. Talk presented at biology13, Universität Basel, Zoologisches Institut - Evolutionary Biology, Basel, CH
2012
1Kaltenpoth M. (2012). The chemical ecology of symbiotic interactions with microorganisms. Talk presented at Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
2Engl T. (2012). The current status of 65 million years of symbiotic evolution. Talk presented at MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE
3Salem H. (2012). Actinobacteria as essential symbionts for a cosmopolitan cotton pest. Talk presented at International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
4Kaltenpoth M. (2012). Evolution of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Talk presented at XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR
5Kaltenpoth M.*, Engl T. (2012). Defensive mutualisms and diffuse host-symbiont co-evolution in Hymenoptera. Talk presented at XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR
6Köhler S.*, Kaltenpoth M. (2012). Joining forces in defense: Production dynamics and ecology of symbiont-produced antibiotics reveal long term antimicrobial protection for wasp offspring. Talk presented at XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR
7Sudakaran S.*, Kost C., Kaltenpoth M. (2012). Evolution of distinct symbiotic microbiota in bugs of the Pyrrhocoridae family (Hemiptera). Talk presented at 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME14) - The Power of the Small, Copenhagen, DK
8Kaltenpoth M.*, Salem H., Sudakaran S., Kost C., Kreutzer E. (2012). Host-microbiota co-evolution and the importance of Actinobacteria as nutritional symbionts in pyrrhocorid bugs. Talk presented at 7th International Symbiosis Society Congress, International Symbiosis Society, Kraków, PL
9Salem H. (2012). Actinobacteria as essential symbionts for a cosmopolitan cotton pest. Talk presented at 1st Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, ASN, CSEE, ESEB, SSE, SSB, Ottawa, CA
10Kaltenpoth M. (2012). A perfect drug deal: how symbiotic bacteria can protect insects against pathogens. Talk presented at Max Planck LeadNet Meeting, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, DE (invited)
11Kaltenpoth M. (2012). The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts provide antimicrobial combination prophylaxis to beewolf wasps. Talk presented at Seminar Gewässerökologie, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Dübendorf, CH (invited)
12Kaltenpoth M. (2012). The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts Provide Antimicrobial Combination Prophylaxis to Beewolf Wasps. Talk presented at CRC Geobiology Lecture Series, Courant Research Centre Geobiology, Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, DE (invited)
13Kaltenpoth M. (2012). The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts Provide Antimicrobial Combination Prophylaxis to Beewolf Wasps. Talk presented at IBED Seminar Series, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL (invited)
2011
1Kaltenpoth M. (2011). Chemical ecology and evolution of symbiont-mediated defense in beewolves. Talk presented at The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE
2Kaltenpoth M. (2011). Evolution and chemical ecology of insect-Actinobacteria symbioses. Talk presented at Seminar Series in Ecology and Evolution, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK (invited)
3Sudakaran S. (2011). Bugs in bugs – Bacterial community in Pyrrhocoris apterus. Talk presented at Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE
4Kaltenpoth M. (2011). Coevolution between microbes and insect behaviour – defensive symbionts in beewolf antennae. Talk presented at Spring Conference 2011, Society for General Microbiology (SGM), Harrogate, GB (invited)
5Kaltenpoth M. (2011). Teaming up in Defense: Evolution and Chemical Ecology of a Protective Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. Talk presented at Seminar, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Klosterneuburg, AT (invited)
2010
1Kaltenpoth M. (2010). Evolution and chemical ecology of insect-bacteria symbioses. Talk presented at Max Planck LeadNet Meeting Host-microbe interactions, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin, DE
2Kaltenpoth M.*, Kroiß J. (2010). Teaming up in defense: Symbionts provide antibiotic combination prophylaxis to wasp larvae. Talk presented at XVI International Congress - IUSSI 2010, International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI), Copenhagen, DK
3Kroiß J.*, Svatoš A., Kaltenpoth M. (2010). Teaming up in defence: Symbiotic Streptomyces provide antimicrobial combination prophylaxis for wasp offspring. Talk presented at 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR
4Kaltenpoth M. (2010). Teaming up in Defense: Evolution and Chemical Ecology of a Protective Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. Talk presented at Seminar Series in Molecular, Cellular, and Environmental Microbiology, MPI for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE (invited)
5Kaltenpoth M. (2010). Actinobacteria as mutualists: general healthcare for insects? Talk presented at Workshop: Evolution and Diversity of Symbioses of Arthropods, COST Action FA0701 "Arthropod Symbioses: from fundamental studies to pest and disease management", Bad Bevensen, DE (invited)
6Kaltenpoth M. (2010). Teaming up for defense: Evolution and chemical ecology of a protective insect-bacteria symbiosis. Talk presented at Lecture, University of Bern, Ethological Station Hasli (Zoological Institute), Bern, CH (invited)
2009
1Kaltenpoth M. (2009). Life within insect antennae: Symbiotic bacteria protect wasp larvae against fungal infestation. Talk presented at Max Planck Research Group Leader Retreat Schloss Ringberg, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Rottach-Egern, DE
2Kaltenpoth M., Strohm E. (2009). Population dynamics and evolutionary history of a defensive insect-bacteria symbiosis. Talk presented at 102. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (DZG), Regensburg, DE
3Kaltenpoth M. (2009). Population Dynamics and Evolutionary History of a Defensive Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. Talk presented at 6th ISS Congress, International Symbiosis Society, University of Wisconsin-Madison Symbiosis Cluster, Madison, Wisconsin, US
1Flórez Patino L.V., Kaltenpoth M. (). A symbiotic strategy for chemical egg defense in insects: the Lagria-Burkholderia case. Talk presented at III Congress of the Latin American Association of Chemical Ecology (ALAEQ), Bogota, CO