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EMBO Workshop on Meiosis

EMBO Workshop on Meiosis

25th - 29th August 2019, La Rochelle, France
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About the Workshop

The reduction-division process in Meiosis is essential for sexual life. Starting out with a diploid chromosome content, meiosis ends up with haploid products, ready to fuel the cycle of sexual reproduction. This halving of the genetic content is obtained by a remarkable series of specific mechanisms that have evolved from the mitotic divisions. The meiosis field unravels the processes behind this particular cell division in a variety of organisms from fungi, to plants, various animals and human. Studies of these specific mechanisms will be at the heart of the EMBO Workshop on Meiosis including initiation of recombination, formation of crossovers between homologous chromosomes, chromosome dynamics, cell cycle, kinetochore attachment, chromosome segregation and consequences on fertility and diseases. We choose conservation and diversities of the mechanisms as a focus for the 2019 meeting to learn from a point of view of evolution and population genetics on less well studied organisms.
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