Evolutionary Biology and Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Fish

Research group of Matthias Stöck
Laubfrösche (Hyla arborea) haben mikroskopisch nicht unterscheidbare Geschlechtschromosomen; wir haben molekulare, geschlechtsgebundene Marker entwickelt, die sowohl der evolutionären als auch der ökotoxikologischen Forschung dienen. | Foto: Matthias Stöck / IGB

Tree frogs (Hyla arborea) have microscopically indistinguishable sex chromosomes; we have developed sex-linked molecular markers that serve for both for evolutionary research and eco-toxicological applications. | Photo: Matthias Stöck / IGB

We are interested in evolution and evolutionary ecology and their applications using genetic and genomic approaches in animal systems, focusing mostly on amphibians and fish.

For more information: https://matthiasstoeck.com

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Matthias Stöck

Research Group Leader
Research group
Evolutionary Biology and Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Fish

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