prof. RNDr. Martin Reichard Ph.D.

Position full-time researcher
Direction evolutionary ecology

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Research interests

  • coevolutionary dynamics in host-parasite associations,
  • the impact of invasive species on coevolved relationships,
  • reproductive parasitism,
  • biology of ageing and its life history consequences,
  • mate choice and alternative mating tactics.

Running Projects

Finished projects

Current Ph.D. students

  • Abhishek Nair Anil – Behavioural, ecological and physiological aspects of bitterling-mussel coevolution.

Former Ph.D. students

  • Jakub Žák: Biology of aging in Nothobranchius fishes.
  • Veronika Nezhybová (Michálková): Parasite-associated changes in fish host physiology and behavior (advisor, supervised by M.Ondračková).
  • Daniel García (Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay) – The effects of predation and competition on the life history evolution of fishes with rapid ageing (Consecuencias de las presiones selectivas sobre la evolución de la historia de vida en peces con envejecimiento rápido).
  • Veronika Bartáková: The effects of non-native species on host-parasite relationships (advisor, supervised by J.Bryja).
  • Radomil Řežucha – Sexual selection, reproductive stratgies and personalities in fish model systems,
  • Milan Vrtílek – Evolutionary ecology of African annual fishes.
  • Markéta Konečná – Individual and population consequences of sexual selection in the bitterling fish.

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