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Research Unit BOREA : Biology of Aquatic Organisms and Ecosystems

The Research Unit BOREA « Biology of Aquatic Organisms and Ecosystems » aims at investigating evolutionary biology and ecology of aquatic organisms. The objective is to understand the origin, the role and the evolutionary mechanisms of aquatic biodiversity (from molecules to ecosystems) and to contribute predicting the responses to global, anthropogenic and climatic, changes.

A large array of biological models are studied, including micro-organisms (bacteria and diatoms) and metazoa (such as cnidaria, annelids, molluscs, crustaceans, echinoderms, chondrychthyans, teleosts, …). Models are chosen for their phylogenetic position, biological cycle, ecological and economic relevance.

Recent papers

  1. Gaspard D, Paris C, Loubry P, Luquet G (2019) Raman investigation of the pigment families in recent and fossil brachiopod shells. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 208:73-84.
    PDF icon Gaspard-Luquet-Spectrochim Acta-2019.pdf (3.8 MB)
  2. García-Dávila C, Sanchez H, Flores M, et al. (2018) Peces de consumo de la Amazonía Peruana, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonía Peruana (IIAP), Iquitos, Perú. 218.
    PDF icon PECES DE CONSUMO DE LA AMAZONIA PERUANA (WEB).pdf (12.49 MB)
  3. Doria CRC, Duponchelle F, Lima MAL, et al. (2018) Review of fisheries resource use and status in the Madeira River basin (Brazil, Bolivia and Peru) before the hydroelectric dam’s completion. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 26:494-514. doi: The goliath catfish Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii has crucial economical and ecological functions in the Amazon basin. Although its life history characteristics have been studied in the Amazon, there is little information in the Madeira River basin, which
    PDF icon Review of Fisheries Resource Use and Status in the Madeira River Basin.pdf (608.59 KB)

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