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graduation at Curso de Ciencias Moleculares from Universidade de São Paulo (2007), graduation at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade de São Paulo (2009), master's at Genetics from Universidade de São Paulo (2012) and doctorate at Genetics from Universidade de São Paulo (2018). Has experience in General Biology, acting on the following subjects: genética quantitativa, systems biology, correlações fenotípicas, modularity and interlog. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The relation between genes and phenotypes, mediated through development, is manifested in the genetic architecture. Multivariate phenotypes, composed of different traits, have their form and structure determined by a series of genes and developmental processes, resulting in a complex genetic architecture. The evolution of these phenotypes depends strongly on their genetic architecture, ...
Quantitative genetics is the study of the natural variation and evolution of quantitative traits. The relation between traits isfundamental for the understanding of phenotypic diversification and the interaction of populations with their environment. The structure of relations between many continuously varying traits is expressed in their additive genetic covariance matrix. These geneti...
Since morphological evolution and response to selection depend on the standing genetic variation available in a given population, how this covariation evolves is a central question in biology. The genetic covariation structure is determined by the sum of genetic effects, including mainly pleiotropic effects and linkage disequilibrium. In this internship we intend to use data from a cr...
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