Présentations académiques

Cette liste non exhaustive ne prend pas en compte les présentations de posters. Elle oriente simplement vers quelques domaines de connaissances sur lesquels j'ai travaillé durant ma carrière universitaire.

 

  • Mansion, G., Luebert, F., Mazzoni, C., Muller, L. 2013. Inferring the origin and diversification of a recent polyploid complex (Campanula rotundifolia) using sequenced RAD markers - A project overview. Croatian Botanical Symposium, Split, Croatia.

 

  • Mansion, G., 2011. Plant biogeographic patterns in the Mediterranean realm. Examples from the Araceae, Boraginaceae, and Gentianaceae. Invited lecture, University of Munich, Germany.

 

  • Mansion, G., Parolly, G, Raus, T, Hand, R, Braun, B, Abababian, M, Oganesian, M, Naramisa, S, Aykadin, G, Ikinci, N, Kamari, G, Phitos, D, Cellinese, N, Haberle, R, Borsch, T. 2011. An extensive phylogeny as a first step towards a better understanding of the natural history and systematics of the polyphyletic Campanula. Biosystematics, Berlin.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2009. Natural history of « lords and ladies » (Arum - Araceae). BNF Symposium, University of Bern, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2008. Origin of some insular endemics of the angiosperm families Araceae and Boraginaceae in the Mediterranean realm. Invited lecture, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2008. Biogeographic patterns in the Mediterranean realm: two case studies (Araceae and Boraginaceae. Invited lecture, University of Dijon, France.

 

  • Mansion, G., Guggisberg, A., Selvi, F., Conti, E. 2008. Origin of Mediterranean insular endemics in the Boraginaceae: integrative evidence from molecular dating and ancestral area reconstruction. Biology 08, Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2007. Biogeographic patterns in the Mediterranean regions. Invited lecture, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G., Ree, R., Conti, E. 2006. Biogeographic history of the Araceae in the Mediterranean region, with emphasis on the origin of Corso-Sardinian endemics. Evolution 2006, Stony Brooks University, NY, USA.

 

  • Mansion, G., Guggisberg, A., Bretagnolle, F. 2005. Reticulate evolution within the Mediterranean genus Centaurium (Gentianaceae): a case study in Majorca (Spain). IBC Vienna 2005, Vienna, Austria. (Symposium co-organizer)

 

  • Mansion, G., Zeltner, L., Bretagnolle, F. 2004. Polyploid evolution and biogeographic patterns within the Mediterranean genus Centaurium (Gentianaceae), Invited lecture, IXth IOPB Meeting 2004, Valencia, Spain.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2003. Evolutionary trends and biogeography of the Chironiinae (Gentianaceae). Invited lecture, University of Zürich, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2002. Molecular phylogeny and biogeography of genus Centaurium s. l. (Gentianaceae - Chironiinae): intergeneric relationships and systematic consequences. Biology 02, Bern, Switzerland.

 

  • Mansion, G., Zeltner, L. 2002. Chromosomal evolution and biogeographic patterns within the genus Centaurium Hill. Ecological Genetics Group Meeting 2002, Newcastle, UK.

 

  • Mansion, G. 2000. Phylogenetic position of the North and Central American species of Centaurium (Gentianaceae) based on molecular data and chromosome numbers; evidence of an old-world origin. Botany 2000, Portland, ORE, USA.

Date de dernière mise à jour : 05/12/2020