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Team 2: Reproduction and development of aquatic organisms: evolution, adaptation, regulations

AXE 1 : Gonade d'huître
AXE 2 : Récepteur dopaminergique dans le cerveau d’anguille

General topics

The objectives of our project is to determine molecular and physiological mechanisms underlying reproduction (differentiation, sex determination, gametogenesis and gametes emission, control of the associated metabolisms) and development (organogenesis, neurogenesis and myogenesis). This approach integrates the role of environmental factors in these regulations (epigenetic mechanisms). The genomic data and the functional approaches applied on our models (oyster, cuttlefish, dogfish, eel) constitute an advantage to reach our objectives and raise evolutionary hypotheses.

Research axes

  1. Genetic and epigenetic regulation of development and reproduction
    We study molecular mechanisms controlling development and reproduction with (at?) two )analysis) levels :
    1. genes and gene networks involved in morphological and physiological processes
    2. mechanisms responsible of gene expression

    At these two levels, environmental factors could have an impact on these processes
    The objective is to analyse, by a comparative approach, the role of these genes and their upstream regulations.

    1. the organogenesis, neurogenesis in particular that constitutes a keypoint in the adaptation of the organisms to the ecosystem;
    2. the gametogenesis and the influence of local environment (as the stem cell niche) and external to the organism (chemical or physical aquatic factors).
  2. (Neuro)hormonal control of development and reproduction
    The central nervous system, as the main integrative center of the environmental parameters coordinaes and participates to the adaptation of the physiological processes by the action of neuromodulators released near the target cells and/or secreted in circulatory system to exert an effect on distant target cells. Neuropeptides are among the main neuromodulators appeared very early in the animal evolution. The development of genomics and new sequencing technology allow the analysis of these regulatory systems by a comparative and evolutionary approach concerning several models having an economic interest and located at key position in the metazoan phylogenetic tree (Chondrichtyen : dogfish ; Teleostean : eel ; Mollusc bivalvia: oyster; and cephalopod: cuttlefish; and Cnidarian, Euphyllia).

Research Programs

Program type Complete title Schedule
REPROSEED European REsearch to improve PROduction of SEED of established and emerging bivalve species in European hatcheries, FP7 245119 2009 to 2014
PRO-EEL European PRO-EEL, European program FP7 2010 to 2014
IMMORTEEL International ANR IMMORTEEL France/Québec 2011 to 2014
Life + Alosa alosa European Life + Alosa alosa, European program 2011 to 2016
K4AQUA National/Regional Antibacterial peptide K4 potential in aquaculture farms 2012 to 2014
PEPTISAN National/Regional Projet de développement de peptides thérapeutiques issus de la roussette (Scyliorhinus canicula), Région Basse-Normandie – FEDER 2890/33528 2012 to 2014
TRIPLOIDES National/Regional Blockade of the triploid oysters reproduction : underlying mechanism and environmental impact - Convention CRBN 2013-PCM 04 Synergies Partenariale et Actions Novatrices 2013 to 2015
NAISSAIN National/Regional «Study of the physiological status of oyster spat» - Convention CRBN 2013-PCM 05 Synergies Partenariales et Actions Novatrices 2013 to 2015
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Scientific papers

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Moteur de recherche Bibliographie

PDF icon ReviewDevSepiaBonnaud2014.pdf (840.84 KB)
Bouteau F, Bassaglia Y, Monetti E, et al. (2014) Could FaRP-Like Peptides Participate in Regulation of Hyperosmotic Stress Responses in Plants?. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) 5:132. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2014.00132
Cornet V, Henry J, Corre E, et al. (2014) Dual role of the cuttlefish salivary proteome in defense and predation. J Proteomics 108:209-22. doi: 10.1016/j.jprot.2014.05.019