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ECOP CT-3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
43:40
Thanks a lot for such an excellent talk. Any preliminary thought on how you are planning to account for landscape effects?
Juliana Berbert
43:47
could you, please, explain the interaction with other species, like threat?
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
44:29
Thanks a lot!
Juliana Berbert
44:34
Could bats move according some kind of memory?
Juliana Berbert
46:10
yes, thanks a lot!
Thomas Woolley
47:48
I'll be staying around for the rest of the session, so if there any more questions, please do send them through.
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
01:17:14
Could you quantify what ‘low density of founder cells’ means? If you start with N=2 (one purple, and one green) is there still variability in the ‘available space’ for each strain?
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
01:17:21
Thanks for the talk, Lukas!
Sebastian Hummel
01:18:24
Did I understand correctly that currently the size of each strains is determined after the founders are set to the petri dish? If so, are you planning to employ stochasticity also in the growth of the founder cells? (e.g. a branching process)
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
01:18:28
Thanks!
Michael Raatz
01:18:50
Great talk, so could higher AFS also revert the competitive outcome predicted by competitiveness? E.g. the weaker strain persists because of higher access to free space?
Christopher Kribs
01:19:14
Is the total biofilm size smaller when there are two (or more) types/strains, than when there is only one type?
Sebastian Hummel
01:19:17
thanks for clarifying!
Sebastian Hummel
01:19:18
Nice talk!
Thomas Woolley
01:20:32
Thank you.
Ricardo Martinez-Garcia
01:20:40
Thanks to all the speakers!
Christopher Kribs
01:20:43
Thank you, Lukas, for moderating the session!
Eduardo
01:20:47
Thank you!