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Acoustic behaviours of large crustaceans in NE Atlantic coastal habitats ArchiMer
Coquereau, Laura; Grall, Jacques; Clavier, Jacques; Jolivet, Aurelie; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Although many studies have investigated the benthic environment of temperate marine waters, little is known about the acoustic behaviour of the organisms in these habitats, particularly crustaceans. This study focused on the acoustic behaviour of large crustaceans in NE Atlantic coastal regions. A total of 11 crustacean species were recorded in tank-based experiments to identify sound-producing species and the behaviours associated with their sounds as well as to quantitatively characterise and compare the sounds. A total of 34 sounds were associated with behaviours such as moving, feeding, mandible rubbing, swimming, species-specific behaviour and other unidentified behaviours. The sounds included single pulse and pulse train signals that were distributed...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Acoustic behaviour; Sound library; Crustaceans; Crabs; Snapping shrimps.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72859/72983.pdf
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Biological characteristics of European hake (Merluccius merluccius) sperm ArchiMer
Groison, Anne-laure; Suquet, Marc; Cosson, Jacky; Le Coz, Jean-rene; Jolivet, Aurelie; Garren, Francois.
Very little is known on European hake's reproductive biology and especially on biological characteristics of its sperm despite a growing interest in its aquaculture potential. This study reports, for the first time some hake sperm characteristics. After activation, the swimming phase lasts 3 min (8 min when activated with 50% sea water (SW) but lower initial velocity). The initial flagellar beat frequency (BF), velocity and percentage of motile cells decreased after 100 s. After 2 days at 4 degrees C, the mean Adenylate Energy Charge (AEC) level was 0.71. Sperm stored at 4 degrees C still showed motility after 9 days for 2 individuals. When cryopreserved, the motility recovery index of thawed spermatozoa ranged from 11.8% to 29.6%.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: AEC; Gamete quality; Sperm motility; Sperm Density; Merluccius merluccius.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2008/publication-6553.pdf
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Compréhension des mécanismes de Biominéralisation de l'otolithe : quantification spatialisée des fractions minérale et organique et influence des facteurs environnementaux ArchiMer
Jolivet, Aurelie.
Despite numerous applications on the use of otoliths at both population and individual levels, knowledge regarding the mechanisms of the otolith and their variations with environmental and physiological factors has to be improved. In particular, the characterization of mineral and organic fractions of the otolith structures and the influence of their qualitative and quantitative composition on the opacity remain poorly documented. Yet this information is of key interest for the calibration of the archive "otolith" allowing a robust analysis of information. The first issue of this study focused on the analysis of the opacity and the effects of temperature, growth and metabolism through experiments in controlled conditions. Results led to the modelling of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Merluccius merluccius; Otolithe; Microstructures; Macrostructures; Opacité; Spectrométrie RAMAN; Merluccius merluccius; Otolith; Microstructures; Macrostructures; Opacity; RAMAN Spectrométry.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00035/14649/11937.pdf
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Effects of T-bar and DST Tagging on Survival and Growth of European Hake ArchiMer
Jolivet, Aurelie; De Pontual, Helene; Garren, Francois; Begout, Marie-laure.
Controlled experiments were conducted to assess the effects of T-bar and DST tagging on post-release survival and growth of European hake. In this study, two groups of each 30 hake were considered: small fish (SF, average total length: 29.9 cm +/- 2.2 cm) and large fish (LF, average total length: 36.4 cm +/- 2.5 cm). Within each size group, fish were randomly assigned to one of 3 treatment groups: control (C), T-bar tagging referred as conventional tagging (CT) and DST tagging (DST) with dummy tags. After 4 months, the overall survival rate was 35%. Smaller fish were less impacted by the stress induced by handling, anaesthesia and tagging and in the SF group, the survival rates were similar (30%) for CT or DST. Specific growth rates were highly variable...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Merluccius merluccius; Archival tag; Husbandry; Midterm experiment; Captive hake.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00065/17645/15196.pdf
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Ligament, hinge, and shell cross-sections of the Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima): Promising marine environmental archives in NE North America ArchiMer
Poitevin, Pierre; Thebault, Julien; Schoene, Bernd R.; Jolivet, Aurelie; Lazure, Pascal; Chauvaud, Laurent.
The Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) is a commercially important species in North American waters, undergoing biological and ecological shifts. These are attributed, in part, to environmental modifications in its habitat and driven by climate change. Investigation of shell growth patterns, trace elements, and isotopic compositions require an examination of growth lines and increments preserved in biogenic carbonates. However, growth pattern analysis of S. solidissima is challenging due to multiple disturbance lines caused by environmental stress, erosion in umbonal shell regions, and constraints related to sample size and preparation techniques. The present study proposes an alternative method for describing chronology. First, we analyzed growth...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00444/55597/57229.pdf
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Mineral phase in shell repair of Manila clam Venerupis philippinarum affected by brown ring disease ArchiMer
Trinkler, Nolwenn; Bardeau, Jean-francois; Marin, Frederic; Labonne, Maylis; Jolivet, Aurelie; Crassous, Philippe; Paillard, Christine.
The mineral phase of shell repair in the Manila clam Venerupis philippinarum affected by brown ring disease (BRD) was characterised at various scales and at various stages of shell repair by confocal Raman microspectrometry and scanning electron microscopy. Spherulitic and quadrangular aragonite microstructures associated with polyene pigments were clearly observed. Von Kossa staining showed that at the beginning of shell repair, hemocytes are filled with insoluble calcium carbonate salts in all fluids and then are transported toward the extrapallial fluids and the repair sites. Our analyses suggest that after a Vibrio tapetis attack and BRD deposit some clams rapidly cover the deposit, resulting in a modification in the microstructure, which could be...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Aragonite; Hemocytes; Shell microstructure; Calcium carbonate; Biomineralization; Mollusc; Raman microspectrometry; Scanning electron microscopy.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00029/14065/11301.pdf
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Preparation techniques alter the mineral and organic fractions of fish otoliths: insights using Raman micro-spectrometry ArchiMer
Jolivet, Aurelie; Fablet, Ronan; Bardeau, Jean-francois; De Pontual, Helene.
The high spatial resolution analysis of the mineral and organic composition of otoliths using Raman micro-spectrometry involves rigorous protocols for sample preparation previously established for microchemistry and trace elements analyses. These protocols often include otolith embedding in chemically neutral resin (i.e., resins which do not contain, in detectable concentration, elements usually sought in the otoliths). Such embedding may however induce organic contamination. In this paper, Raman micro-spectrometry reveals the presence of organic contamination onto the surface obtained from the use of epoxy resin, specifically Araldite. This contamination level varies depending on otolith structures. Core and checks, known as structural discontinuities,...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Epoxy resin; Otolith composition; Microstructure; Raman spectrometry.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00138/24965/26372.pdf
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PREVIMER: A contribution to in situ coastal observing systems ArchiMer
Charria, Guillaume; Repecaud, Michel; Quemener, Loic; Menesguen, Alain; Rimmelin-maury, Peggy; L'Helguen, Stephane; Beaumont, Laurence; Jolivet, Aurelie; Morin, Pascal; Mace, E; Lazure, Pascal; Le Gendre, Romain; Jacqueline, Franck; Verney, Romaric; Marie, Louis; Jegou, Paul; Le Reste, Serge; Andre, Xavier; Dutreuil, Vincent; Regnault, Jean-pierre; Jestin, Herve; Lintanf, Herve; Pichavant, Pascal; Retho, Michael; Allenou, Jean-pierre; Stanisiere, Jean-yves; Bonnat, Armel; Nonnotte, Lidwine; Duros, Wenceslas; Tarot, Stephane; Carval, Thierry; Le Hir, Pierre; Dumas, Franck; Vandermeirsch, Frederic; Lecornu, Fabrice.
To design a prototype for an Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS), at least three components are mandatory: a modeling platform, an in situ observing system and a structure to collect and to disseminate the information (e.g. database, website). The PREVIMER project followed this approach and in order to sustain model applications, PREVIMER has developed, funded and organized part of in situ observing networks in the Bay of Biscay and the Channel. For a comprehensive system, focus was addressed on fi xed platforms (MAREL MOLIT, MAREL Iroise, Island network and D4 for sediment dynamics), ships of opportunity (RECOPESCA program and FerryBoxes), and coastal profi lers (ARVOR-C/Cm). Each system is briefl y described and examples of scientifi c results...
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Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00197/30785/29143.pdf
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Short-Term Behavioural Responses of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus Exposed to the Toxic Alga Alexandrium minutum Measured by Accelerometry and Passive Acoustics ArchiMer
Coquereau, Laura; Jolivet, Aurelie; Hegaret, Helene; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Harmful algal blooms produced by toxic dinoflagellates have increased worldwide, impacting human health, the environment, and fisheries. Due to their potential sensitivity (e.g., environmental changes), bivalves through their valve movements can be monitored to detect harmful algal blooms. Methods that measure valve activity require bivalve-attached sensors and usually connected cables to data transfers, leading to stress animals and limit the use to sessile species. As a non-intrusive and continuously deployable tool, passive acoustics could be an effective approach to detecting harmful algal blooms in real time based on animal sound production. This study aimed to detect reaction changes in the valve movements of adult Pecten maximus exposed to the toxic...
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Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72846/72899.pdf
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Understanding otolith biomineralization processes: new insights into microscale spatial distribution of organic and mineral fractions from Raman microspectrometry ArchiMer
Jolivet, Aurelie; Bardeau, J.f.; Fablet, Ronan; Paulet, Y.m.; De Pontual, Helene.
It is generally accepted that the formation of otolith microstructures (L- and D-zones) and in particular the organic and mineral fractions vary on a daily basis. Raman microspectrometry provides a nondestructive technique that can be used to provide structural information on organic and mineral compounds. We applied it to thin otolith sections of hake in order to address the following issues: (1) the simultaneous characterization of variations in the organic and mineral fractions both in the core area and along successive otolith microstructures; (2) elucidation of significant differences between these fractions; (3) quantification of the effects of etching and staining protocols on otolith structures. The primordium appeared as a punctual area depicting...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Acid etching; Staining; Aragonite; L and D zones; Core.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2008/publication-4355.pdf
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Validation of trophic and anthropic underwater noise as settlement trigger in blue mussels ArchiMer
Jolivet, Aurelie; Tremblay, Rejean; Olivier, Frederic; Gervaise, Cedric; Sonier, Remi; Genard, Betrand; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Like the majority of benthic invertebrates, the blue mussel Mytilus edulis has a bentho-pelagic cycle with its larval settlement being a complex phenomenon involving numerous factors. Among these factors, underwater noise and pelagic trophic conditions have been weakly studied in previous researches. Under laboratory conditions, we tested the hypothesis that picoplankton assimilation by the pediveliger blue mussel larvae acts as a food cue that interacts with anthropic underwater sound to stimulate settlement. We used C-13-labeling microalgae to validate the assimilation of different picoplankton species in the tissues of pediveliger larvae. Our results clearly confirm our hypothesis with a significant synergic effect of these two factors. However, only...
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Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72843/72949.pdf
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Variation in Size and Growth of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus along a Latitudinal Gradient ArchiMer
Chauvaud, Laurent; Patry, Yann; Jolivet, Aurelie; Cam, Emmanuelle; Le Goff, Clement; Strand, Oivind; Charrier, Gregory; Thebault, Julien; Lazure, Pascal; Gotthard, Karl; Clavier, Jacques.
Understanding the relationship between growth and temperature will aid in the evaluation of thermal stress and threats to ectotherms in the context of anticipated climate changes. Most Pecten maximus scallops living at high latitudes in the northern hemisphere have a larger maximum body size than individuals further south, a common pattern among many ectotherms. We investigated differences in daily shell growth among scallop populations along the Northeast Atlantic coast from Spain to Norway. This study design allowed us to address precisely whether the asymptotic size observed along a latitudinal gradient, mainly defined by a temperature gradient, results from differences in annual or daily growth rates, or a difference in the length of the growing...
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Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00087/19861/17506.pdf
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