Yann Czorlichjoined in Mar 4, 2019
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Turku, Natural resources institute Finland, University of Helsinkí.
Czorlich has 2 breaks published.
Salmon are shrinking and you can see it in their genes
The environment in which we and other living beings reside has been quickly modified over the last decades due to climate change and the expansion of human activities. This can result in characteristics of individuals (for example, size at reproduction) that previously gave them the... click to read more
- Yann Czorlich | Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Turku, Natural resources institute Finland, University of Helsinkí
- Craig Primmer | Academy Professor at Organismal and Evolutionary Biology Research Programme - Institute of Biotechnology - Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Salmon evolve quickly as a response to intense harvesting of their prey
Climate change and human activities impact living creatures in complex ways. In response, organisms may acclimate to those challenges during their lifetime or adapt over several generations, through genetic changes. Organisms with characteristics matching best their new environment, such as size at reproduction, will spread... click to read more