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A community perspective on the concept of marine holobionts: state-of-the-art, challenges, and future directions ArchiMer
Dittami, Simon M; Arboleda, Enrique; Auguet, Jean-christophe; Bigalke, Arite; Briand, Enora; Cardenas, Paco; Cardini, Ulisse; Decelle, Johan; Engelen, Aschwin; Eveillard, Damien; Gachon, Claire Mm; Griffiths, Sarah; Harder, Tilmann; Kayal, Ehsan; Kazamia, Elena; Lallier, François H; Media, Monica; Marzinelli, Ezequiel M; Morganti, Teresa; Nunez Pons, Laura; Prado, Soizik; Pintado, José; Saha, Mahasweta; Selosse, Marc-andré; Skillings, Derek; Stock, Willem; Sunagawa, Shinichi; Toulza, Eve; Vorobev, Alexey; Leblanc, Catherine; Not, Fabrice.
Host-microbe interactions play crucial roles in marine ecosystems, but we still have very little understanding of the mechanisms that govern these relationships, the evolutionary processes that shape them, and their ecological consequences. The holobiont concept is a renewed paradigm in biology that can help describe and understand these complex systems. It posits that a host and its associated microbiota, living together in a long-lasting relationship, form the holobiont, and have to be studied together, as a coherent biological and functional unit, in order to understand the biology, ecology and evolution of the organisms. Here we discuss critical concepts and opportunities in marine holobiont research and identify key challenges in the field. We...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00480/59209/61904.pdf
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Chemically mediated interactions between Microcystis and Planktothrix: Impact on their physiology and metabolic profiles ArchiMer
Briand, Enora; Reubrech, Sébastien; Mondeguer, Florence; Sibat, Manoella; Hess, Philipp; Amzil, Zouher; Bormans, Myriam.
Freshwater cyanobacteria are well known for their ability to produce a wide variety of bioactive compounds, some of which have been described as allelochemicals. There is growing evidence that these secondary metabolites play an important role in shaping community composition through biotic interactions; however, for the most part, their biological role and mode of regulation of the production are poorly understood. In temperate eutrophic freshwaters, Microcystis and Planktothrix often co-occur, with Planktothrix being an early colonizer and Microcystis appearing subsequently. We tested if the production of a range of peptides by co-existing species could be regulated through interspecific interactions. Using a combined approach of co-cultures and analyses...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00374/48515/48794.pdf
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Daphnia magna Exudates Impact Physiological and Metabolic Changes in Microcystis aeruginosa ArchiMer
Bojadzija Savic, Gorenka; Edwards, Christine; Briand, Enora; Lawton, Linda; Wiegand, Claudia; Bormans, Myriam.
While the intracellular function of many toxic and bioactive cyanobacterial metabolites is not yet known, microcystins have been suggested to have a protective role in the cyanobacterial metabolism, giving advantage to toxic over nontoxic strains under stress conditions. The zooplankton grazer Daphnia reduce cyanobacterial dominance until a certain density, which may be supported by Daphnia exudates, affecting the cyanobacterial physiological state and metabolites’ production. Therefore, we hypothesized that D. magna spent medium will impact the production of cyanobacterial bioactive metabolites and affect cyanobacterial photosynthetic activity in the nontoxic, but not the toxic strain. Microcystin (MC-LR and des-MC-LR) producing M. aeruginosa PCC7806 and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Cyanobacteria; Secondary metabolites; PCC7806; Toxic; Mutant; Infochemicals.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00507/61893/65980.pdf
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Preliminary metabolomic approach on cyanobacterial co-cultures: Chemically mediated interactions between Microcystis and Planktothrix ArchiMer
Mondeguer, Florence; Sibat, Manoella; Reubrecht, Sébastien; Amzil, Zouher; Bormans, Myriam; Hess, Philipp; Briand, Enora.
Cyanobacterial proliferation is one of the most harmful hazards, in both freshwater and marine ecosystems. Cyanobacteria are well known for their ability to produce a wide variety of bioactive compounds, some of which have been described as allelochemicals. There is growing evidence that these secondary metabolites play an important role in shaping community composition through biotic interactions; however, for the most part, their biological role and mode of regulation of the production are poorly understood. In temperate eutrophic freshwaters, Microcystis and Planktothrix often co-occur, with Planktothrix being an early colonizer and Microcystis appearing subsequently. By integrating LC-MS/MS molecular networking and an innovative experimental design, we...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Cyanobacteria; Cyanotoxins; Plankton interactions; Co_culture; LC_HRMS; Molecular Network; Metabolomics.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00405/51666/52215.pdf
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