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Little hope for the polyploid endemic Pyrenean Larkspur (Delphinium montanum)

Little hope for the polyploid endemic Pyrenean Larkspur (Delphinium montanum)

Members of LGDP (UMR 5096 – CNRS/UPVD), in association with researchers from Federation of Catalan Nature Reserves, showed in an article published...
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IPCC Sixth Assessment Report assesses the impacts of climate change

IPCC Sixth Assessment Report assesses the impacts of climate change

Camille Parmesan, researcher at the Station of Theoretical and Experimental Ecology (SETE - UMR CNRS / UPS), is part of the Working Group II which...
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Tropical rainforests are becoming less resistant to drought

Tropical rainforests are becoming less resistant to drought

In a study published on 5 September 2022 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, a group coordinated by researchers from...
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Intergenerational immune protection in Pacific oysters

Intergenerational immune protection in Pacific oysters

Members of TULIP from the IHPE (UMR CNRS / UPVD / Ifremer / UM 5244) demonstrated in an article published in Microbiome Journal in June 2022 that...
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Mosaics of climatic stress across species' ranges

Mosaics of climatic stress across species' ranges: tradeoffs cause adaptive evolution to limits of climatic tolerance

Camille Parmesan and Mike Singer, researchers at Station of Theoretical and Experimental Ecology (SETE - UMR CNRS / UPS), presents in Royal Society...
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Genetic diversity and connectivity of the Ostreid herpesvirus 1 populations in France

Genetic diversity and connectivity of the Ostreid herpesvirus 1 (OsHV-1) populations in France

Members of TULIP from the IHPE (UMR CNRS / UPVD / Ifremer / UM 5244) suggested in an article published in Virus Evolution Journal in April 2022 that...
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SlDOF9 is a new modulator of floral differentiation in tomato

SlDOF9 is a new modulator of floral differentiation in tomato

In a recent article published in april 2022 in Nature Plants, researchers from the Plant Science Research Laboratory (LRSV - UMR University of...
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The effects of chimerism on coral physiology

The effects of chimerism on coral physiology

In a paper published in July 2022, several researchers from the Host-Pathogen-Environment Interactions Unit (UMR 5244 UPVD, CNRS, Ifremer, UM),...
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Root Hair growth boosted when Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings are cultivated at low temperatures

Root Hair growth unexpectedly boosted when Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings are cultivated at low temperatures

In an article published in March 2022 in Nature Communications, Philippe Ranocha & Christophe Dunand from the Plant Science Research Laboratory (LRSV...
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Environmental, social-ecological and evolutionary research is needed to avoid risks of pandemics

Environmental, social-ecological and evolutionary research is needed to avoid future risks of pandemics

In an article published in January 2022 in Environment International, Delphine Destoumieux-Garzón, member from the Host-Pathogen-Environment...
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