Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates

(Head of the department: Prof. Dr. Oliver Betz)

 

The professorship at the Institute of Evolution and Ecology is part of the Evolution and Ecology forum (eve) and deals with evolutionary aspects of invertebrates focused on arthropods.

 

Our work thereby is based on a broad line-up of morphological, ecological and molecuar methods.


Key issues of our research are:

- functional and ecological morphology of insects

 

- structural and functional changes in the visual system of insects in cases of miniaturization

 

 

Another key aspect of the professorship is the electron microscopy.

 

We are involved in the basic zoological education of biologists and geologists.

 

Further information regarding "Biomimetics in Tübingen" is available here.


The departmentship is a member of the "Competetence network Biomimetics" of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg and is involved in the initiative "Colourful meadow".

 

You can find us here:

Adress:


Universität Tübingen
Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Institut für Evolution und Ökologie
Evolutionsbiologie der Invertebraten

Auf der Morgenstelle 28E
D-72076 Tübingen

The Morgenstelle