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The Research Training Group (RTG 2010) "Biological RESPONSEs to Novel and Changing Environments" is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and runs for initially 4.5 years, i.e. For further information regarding our research and training program, the people involved etc. Owing to increasing concerns about the consequences of human-induced global change, such responses have attracted increasing interest in recent years.
The ability to respond to novel and changing environmental conditions, either by phenotypic plasticity, genetic adaptation, or range shifts, is pivotal to the longer-term survival of all organisms.
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RESPONSE focuses on the plastic and genetic capacities for in situ responses (cluster A) and on the factors limiting or facilitating dispersal to new habitats (cluster B).
The RTG aims at deepening our understanding of the limits to population persistence, enabling more accurate predictions regarding the fate of populations under changing conditions.