1. Historical introduction. The hystory of coevolutionary research. The basic definitions, and the continuous debates about the interpretation of the coevolutionary phenomena.
2. Selection of the topics. Reviwe of the optional topics. Suggetions for the succesful talk.
3. Plant herbivore coevolution.
4. Biochemical background of the coevolution.
5. Host-parasite coevolution.
6. Arms race betwen predator and prey.
7.Coevelution in competition.
8. Endosymbionts. The plant-mycorrhiza symbiozis.
9. Coevolution of the mutualistic interactions I. The evolutionary background of the yucca yucca-moth and the fig fig-wasp interactions.
10. Coevolution of mutualistic interactions II: Ant-plant ineractions.
12. Modelling of coevolutionary process.
13. Coevolutionary experiments in labs and in field.
14. Spetiation and coevolution.
Students prepare a topic and give a talk with the help of current scientific articles.