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Position: PhD Student

Email: alicja.laska@amu.edu.pl

Phone: 61 829-57-49

Room: 1.22

Research

Research Interests

  • Evolution of dispersal-dependent phenotypic traits in phytophagous mites
  • Sprematogenesis and reproductive systems in mites
Projects

Current Projects

  1. Evolution of dispersal-dependent phenotypic traits in phytophagous mites (PhD project)

Completed Projects

  1. Male reproductive szstem, spermatogenesis and spermatozoons structure in the mite Trachygamasus sp. (Parasitiformes: Parasitidae) (MSc project)
Career

Career History

  • from 2016: PhD student (AMU)
  • 2015: MSc degree in biology (Jagiellonian University)

Teaching

Classes

  1. Ecology

Publications

2017

Laska, A., Rector, B., G., Kuczyński, L. & Skoracka, A. 2017. Is body size important? Seasonal changes in morphology in two grass-feeding Abacarus mites, Experimental and Applied Acarology, DOI:10.1007/s10493-017-0159-1

2016

Kosztyła, P., Stec, D., Morek, W., Gąsiorek, P., Zawierucha, Z., Michno, K., Małek, D., Hlebowicz, K., Ufir, K., Laska, A., Dudziak, M., Frohme M., Prokop, Z.M., Kaczmarek, Ł. & Michalczyk, Ł. 2016. Experimental taxonomy confirms the environmental stability of morphometric traits in a taxonomically challenging group of microinvertebrates, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 178: 765775, DOI: 10.1111/zoj.12409