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Last Publications

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[hal-02916381] LA CARAPACE DES TORTUES MARINES : SOURCE PRÉCIEUSE D’INFORMATIONS

Les tortues marines sont partout présentes dans la ceinture tropicale et subtropicale. Au-delà de leur grâce et du plaisir qu'elles procurent aux...
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[hal-02926002] Disentangling drivers of soil microbial potential enzyme activity across rain regimes: An approach based on the functional trait framework

The functional trait framework provides a powerful corpus of integrated concepts and theories to assess how environmental factors influence ecosystem...
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[hal-02532777] Molecular Determinants of Surface Colonisation in Diarrhoeagenic Escherichia coli (DEC): from Bacterial Adhesion to Biofilm Formation

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[hal-02925977] “Large lakes – Small world”: Common issues and challenges presented during the joint ELLS-IAGLR 2018 Conference

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[hal-02916791] SUIVI SCIENTIFIQUE DU LAC DU BOURGET POUR L'ANNÉE 2019

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[hal-02916801] Dynamique des Bdellovibrio et organismes apparentés soumis à une situation de stress dans le Léman Resp: Stéphan Jacquet

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[hal-02910139] Assessing the response of micro-eukaryotic diversity to the Great Acceleration using lake sedimentary DNA

Long-term time series have provided evidence that anthropogenic pressures can threaten lakes. Yet it remains unclear how and the extent to which lake...
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[hal-02901285] Environmental filtering and limiting similarity as main forces driving diatom community structure in Mediterranean and continental temporary and perennial streams

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[hal-02899323] Comparison of single- and multi-trait approaches to identify best wild candidates for aquaculture shows that the simple way fails

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