Overview of proposed subprojects

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The collaborator section provides an overview of all subprojects conducted under the GAGA umbrella. You can browse the different subprojects to find out more about the scientific goals, target species and proposing researchers. Any information posted here is covered by the confidentiality clause.

Subprojects

Comparative multiomics between cheater and worker lineages of the asexual ant Pristomyrmex punctatus

Proposers: Shigeto Dobata, Kazuki Tsuji
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The genomic basis for the origin and evolution of Pheidole soldiers and supersoldiers

Proposers: Gouije Zhang, Ehab Abouheif
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Genome of the invasive tawny crazy ant Nylanderia fulva

Proposers: Edward L. Vargo, Aaron Tarone
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Understanding the adaptation to food shortage and extreme heat in Myrmecocystus

Proposers: Jürgen Gadau
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Messor Genomes

Proposers: Jonathan Romiguier, Laurent Keller
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Genomic drivers of speciation

Proposers: Dr. Jonna Kulmuni, Dr. Heikki Helanterä, Dr. Michel Chapuisat
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Genomic, transcriptomic and Epigenomic analysis of Diacamma sp. from Japan

Proposers: Yasukazu Okada
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Evolution of social organization in Cataglyphis desert ants

Proposers: Eyal Privman
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Cardiocondyla comparative genomics

Proposers: Lukas Schrader, Jan Oettler, Jürgen Heinze
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Evolutionary Venomics of Ants in the Neotropics (EVAN)

Proposers: Dr. Tysklind Niklas, Dr. Orivel Jérôme, Dr. Touchard Axel, Dr. Lalagüe Hadrien, Valérie Troispoux, Frédéric Petitclerc
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Evolutionary genomics of ant inquiline social parasites

Proposers: Christian Rabeling, Lukas Schrader
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The genomic basis of slavery in ants

Proposers: Dr. Evelien Jongepier (Correspondence), Dr. Barbara Feldmeyer, Prof. Dr. Susanne Foitzik, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Heinze, Prof. Dr. Erich Bornberg-Bauer
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