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Application of a dynamic energy budget model to the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, reared under various environmental conditions ArchiMer
Pouvreau, Stephane; Bourles, Yves; Lefebvre, Sebastien; Gangnery, Aline; Alunno-bruscia, Marianne.
The Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) model (Kooijman, S.A.L.M., 1986. Energy budgets can explain body size relations. J. Theor. Biol. 121, 269¿282; Kooijman, S.A.L.M., 2000. Dynamic Energy and Mass Budgets in Biological Systems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 424 pp.) has been adapted to describe the dynamics of growth and reproduction of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) reared in different areas under conditions ranging from controlled to natural. The values of the model parameters were estimated from available physiological data and from published information. The sets of data used to validate the model came from three long-term growth experiments (> 5 months) performed on Pacific oysters reared under different conditions of food and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Reproductive effort; Reproduction; Growth; Ecophysiology; Dynamic energy budget; Crassostrea gigas.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/publication-1817.pdf
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Assessing the sensitivity of bivalve populations to global warming using an individual-based modelling approach ArchiMer
Thomas, Yoann; Bacher, Cedric.
Climate change exposes benthic species populations in coastal ecosystems to a combination of different stressors (e.g. warming, acidification and eutrophication), threatening the sustainability of the ecological functions they provide. Thermal stress appears to be one of the strongest drivers impacting marine ecosystems, acting across a wide range of scales, from individual metabolic performances to geographic distribution of populations. Accounting for and integrating the response of species functional traits to thermal stress is therefore a necessary step in predicting how populations will respond to the warming expected in coming decades. Here, we developed an individual‐based population model using a mechanistic formulation of metabolic processes...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Benthic species; Biogeography; Climate scenario; Dynamic energy budget; Global warming; Phenology; Population dynamics; Temperature tolerance.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00450/56163/57710.pdf
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Complex small pelagic fish population patterns arising from individual behavioral responses to their environment ArchiMer
Brochier, Timothee; Auger, Pierre-amael; Pecquerie, Laure; Machu, Eric; Capet, Xavier; Thiaw, Modou; Mbaye, Baye Cheikh; Braham, Cheikh-baye; Ettahiri, Omar; Charouki, Najib; Sene, Ousseynou Ndaw; Werner, Francisco; Brehmer, Patrice.
Small pelagic fish (SPF) species are heavily exploited in eastern boundary upwelling systems (EBUS) as their transformation products are increasingly used in the world food chain. Management relies on regular monitoring, but there is a lack of robust theories for the emergence of the populations’ traits and their evolution in highly variable environments. This work aims to address existing knowledge gaps by combining physical and biogeochemical modelling with an individual life-cycle based model applied to round sardinella (Sardinella aurita) off northwest Africa, a key species for regional food security. Our approach focused on the processes responsible for seasonal migrations, spatio-temporal size-structure, and interannual biomass fluctuations....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Small pelagic fish; Sardinella aurita; Fish migration; Eastern boundary upwelling system; Individual based biophysical models; Dynamic energy budget.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00433/54433/56088.pdf
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DEB2009 Symposium : Dynamic Energy Budget, 30 years of research for metabolic organization, Book of abstracts ArchiMer
We are pleased to welcome you to at the first Symposium on Metabolic organization in Brest, 19-22 April, 2009. This conference is being organized jointly by Ifremer (French Institute for the Research and Exploitation of the Sea), the Department of Theoretical Biology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Universities of Brest (UBO), Marseille (LMGEM-UMR CNRS 6117), Caen (UMRPE2M, LBBM) and Lisbon (Instituto Superior Técnico), the IRD (French Research Institute for Development), the INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research), the NIOZ (RoyalNetherlands Institute for Sea Research), the IMARES Wageningen (Institute for Marine Resources and Ecosystem Studies), as all these research teams are involved in research on DEB theory. You are 81 persons...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ecology; Bivalve; Chemistry; Ecotoxicology; Physiology; Dynamic energy budget; Biology.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2009/acte-6790.pdf
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Disruption of amylase genes by RNA interference affects reproduction in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas ArchiMer
Huvet, Arnaud; Beguel, Jean-philippe; Pereira Cavaleiro, Nathalia; Thomas, Yoann; Quillien, Virgile; Boudry, Pierre; Alunno-bruscia, Marianne; Fabioux, Caroline.
Feeding strategies and digestive capacities can have important implications for variation in energetic pathways associated with ecological and economically important traits, such as growth or reproduction in bivalve species. Here, we investigated the role of amylase in the digestive processes of Crassostrea gigas, using in vivo RNA interference. This approach also allowed us to investigate the relationship between energy intake by feeding and gametogenesis in oysters. Double-stranded (ds)RNA designed to target the two α-amylase genes A and B was injected in vivo into the visceral mass of oysters at two doses. These treatments caused significant reductions in mean mRNA levels of the amylase genes: −50.7% and −59% mRNA A, and −71.9% and −70.6% mRNA B in 15...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Alpha-Amylase; DsRNA; Gametogenesis; Marine bivalve; Dynamic energy budget.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00271/38239/36422.pdf
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Modeling the impact of hypoxia on the energy budget of Atlantic cod in two populations of the Gulf of Saint-Lawrence, Canada ArchiMer
Lavaud, Romain; Thomas, Yoann; Pecquerie, Laure; Benoit, Hugues P.; Guyondet, Thomas; Flye-sainte-marie, Jonathan; Chabot, Denis.
Like many marine species around the globe, several stocks of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) live in increasingly hypoxic waters. In the Gulf of Saint Lawrence (GSL) in Canada, the deep channels traversing the semi-enclosed sea exhibit year-round hypoxia, identified as one of the limiting factor for the recovery of GSL cod in its northern part. While many individuals in the northern GSL are known to venture in deeper, warmer, and more hypoxic waters of the Gulf channels, those in the southern GSL live in a shallower, colder, and more oxygenated environment. In this study, we use the modeling framework of the Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) theory to disentangle the effects of hypoxia, temperature and food on the life-history traits of these two populations of cod...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Hypoxia; Dynamic energy budget; Atlantic cod; Growth; Temperature; Gulf of Saint-Lawrence.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00448/55966/57472.pdf
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Remote Sensing-Driven Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) Growth Modeling to Inform Offshore Aquaculture Site Selection ArchiMer
Palmer, Stephanie C. J.; Gernez, Pierre M.; Thomas, Yoann; Simis, Stefan; Miller, Peter I.; Glize, Philippe; Barillé, Laurent.
Aquaculture increasingly contributes to global seafood production, requiring new farm sites for continued growth. In France, oyster cultivation has conventionally taken place in the intertidal zone, where there is little or no further room for expansion. Despite interest in moving production further offshore, more information is needed regarding the biological potential for offshore oyster growth, including its spatial and temporal variability. This study shows the use of remotely-sensed chlorophyll-a and total suspended matter concentrations retrieved from the Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS), and sea surface temperature from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR), all validated using in situ matchup measurements, as input to...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Satellite image; Time series; Bivalve; Dynamic energy budget; Growth modeling; MERIS; AVHRR; Marine spatial planning.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00605/71722/70185.pdf
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The stony road to understand isotopic enrichment and turnover rates: insight into the metabolic part ArchiMer
Lefebvre, Sebastien; Dubois, Stanislas.
Trophic enrichment factors (TEF) are essential to properly and fruitfully explore stable isotope analysis in ecology. And so is the time window of food source integration, usually estimated with the turnover rates (lambda) of isotopic incorporation. On the road to provide ecologists with a general and reliable method to obtain TEF and turnover rates for diet reconstruction, isotopists start realizing that those two parameters are ultimately linked with the physiological state of organisms and that metabolic pathways are of primary importance to understand the large ranges in TEF values. In this study, we used a diet-switching experiment for seven small marine invertebrates. Changes in isotopic compositions were fitted to an exponential decay model to...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Stable isotopes; Growth rates; Diet-tissue discrimination; Dynamic energy budget; Trophic fractionation; Catabolism.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00387/49856/52266.pdf
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