Scientists have shown that environmental stress induces genetic variability. Low doses of radiation lead to adaptation processes, and the variability of radiation factors causes genetic instability. The radiation of the mountain landscape depends on the localization of the rocks. Migration of animals, insects, plants, and microbes in the mountains is a reason for the diversity of plant and animal species.
In order to study the possible consequences of climate change in the mountainous landscape of Armenia, we organize a small conference on adaptation, evolution, and speciation. The conference will touch upon the issues of changes in cells due to various environmental factors and determination of the localization of epizootics with an increased risk of mutations in bacteria.