The ecology and genetics of central and peripheral populations of Carduus defloratus
The aim of this thesis was to test several of the predictions of the abundant centre model (ACM) by comparing central and peripheral populations of the model species Carduus defloratus along a gradient from the centre towards the periphery of the distribution of the species. The ACM predicts that be...
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41. Vaupel A and Matthies D (2010) A comparison of central and peripheral populations of Carduus defloratus, 40th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GFOE), Gießen (Talk).
42. Vaupel A and Matthies D (2009) Adaptive population differentiation between peripheral and central populations of Carduus defloratus, 22th Annual Plant Population Biology Conference, Bern (Poster).
43. CURRICULUM VITAE Personal details Name: Andrea Vaupel Date and place of birth: 16.08.1979, Homberg (Efze), Germany Nationality: German Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Education and professional experience since 01/2009
44. Phd-Grant of the Marburg Research Academy (MARA) 06/ 2006 – 12/ 2008 Collaboration on the DFG proposal "The ecology and genetics of central and peripheral populations of C. defloratus" with Prof. Dr.
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47. Vaupel A, Becker J, Matthies D (2008). Differences between peripheral and central populations of the disjunctly distributed relict species Carduus defloratus, 21th Annual Plant Population Biology Conference, Luxemburg (Poster award).
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60. (11) Vaupel A, Kohnen A, Brandl R (2007) Low genetic differentiation between populations of the European rose hip fly Rhagoletis alternata. 37th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GFOE), Marburg (Poster) (12) Vaupel A, Lehmann K, Wissemann V, Brändle M, Tscharntke T, Brandl R (2005) Genetic differentiation between populations of the European rose hip fly Rhagoletis alternata (Diptera: Tephritidae). 98th Annual Conference of the German Zoological Society (DZG), Bayreuth (Poster).
61. – 04/ 2005 Studies in biology at the Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany). Main subjects: general ecology and animal ecology, conservation biology, and geography. Diploma thesis at the Faculty of General Ecology and Animal Ecology (Laboratory of Prof. Dr. Roland Brandl), Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany: "Population genetic analysis of the rose hip fly Rhagoletis alternata (Diptera: Tephritidae)".
62. Abitur at the Geschwister-Scholl-Schule, Melsungen, Germany PUBLICATIONS Published papers and book chapters (1) Vaupel A, Matthies D (2012) Abundance, reproduction, and seed predation of an alpine plant decrease from the centre towards the range limit. Ecology, 93, 2253- 2262.
64. Dr. Diethart Matthies) at the Faculty of Biology, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany, research project: Genetic diversity, clonal diversity, and fine-scale spatial genetic structure of the rare and endangered Gentianopsis ciliata in Germany and Luxemburg: Search for populations of G. ciliata in Central Europe, test of allozyme reactions in G. ciliata, establishing the method of amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) in the Department of Ecology, development of AFLP primer combinations for G. ciliata and analysis.
66. Vaupel A (2005) Population genetic analysis of the rose hip fly Rhagoletis alternata (Diptera: Tephritidae), Colloquium at the Department of Agroecology, Georg- August-Universität Göttingen (Invited talk).
67. Vaupel A and Matthies D (2011) Population structure and genetic diversity of central and peripheral populations of Carduus defloratus, 96th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (ESA), Austin, Texas (Talk)
68. Kohnen A, Brandl R, Fricke R, Gallenmüller F, Klinge K, Köhnen I, Maier, Oberwinkler F, Ritz C, Speck T, Theissen G, Tscharntke T, Vaupel A, Wissemann V (2010) Radiation, biological diversity and host-parasite interactions in wildroses, rust fungi and insects. Pages 215-238 in M Glaubrecht, H Schneider, editors. Evolution in Action – Adaptive Radiations and the Origin of Biodiversity. Springer Verlag. Berlin, DE.
69. Diethart Matthies. Sampling leaves and seeds of C. defloratus, preparation and execution of common garden experiments and managing crossing experiments of C. defloratus with Jeremias Becker (diploma student). Development of AFLP primer combinations for C. defloratus, Thapinantus oleifolius and three Acacia species. 08/2005 – 12/2008 Research assistant in the Department of Ecology (Laboratory of Prof.
70. Talks and poster presentations (1) Vaupel A (2011) Geographical variation in population biology and genetic structure of the alpine thistle, Carduus defloratus (Seminar in plant ecology, Botanical Institute, University of Basel, (Invited talk).
73. Vaupel A und Matthies D (2007) The genetic structure of populations of the threatened calcareous grassland species Gentianella ciliata. 37th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GFOE), Marburg (Poster) (10) Vaupel A, Becker J, Matthies D (2007) Differences between central and marginal populations of the glacial relict species Carduus defloratus, Symposium Phylogeography and Conservation of Postglacial Relicts, Luxemburg (Poster).
77. begleitet haben, bei jedem Wetter auf den einen oder anderen Felskopf oder Berg mit mir geklettert sind und geduldig Unmengen an Messdaten für mich notiert haben: Thomais Anastasiades, Tobias Hotz, Sdravko Vesselinov-Lalov, Herbert und Iris Vaupel.
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