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  • UMR Biogeco (Biodiversity, Genes & Communities), INRA, Bordeaux, France
  • Biodiversity, Biological control, Community ecology, Community genetics, Host-parasite interactions, Interaction networks, Microbial ecology & microbiology, Terrestrial ecology, Theoretical ecology
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PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Montpellier (France), 2004 Accreditation to supervise research (HDR) in Ecology, University of Bordeaux, 2014

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2020-03-06
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A community perspective on the concept of marine holobionts: current status, challenges, and future directions
Simon M. Dittami, Enrique Arboleda, Jean-Christophe Auguet, Arite Bigalke, Enora Briand, Paco CĂĄrdenas, Ulisse Cardini, Johan Decelle, Aschwin Engelen, Damien Eveillard, Claire M.M. Gachon, Sarah Griffiths, Tilmann Harder, Ehsan Kayal, Elena Kazamia, Francois H. Lallier, MĂłnica Medina, Ezequiel M. Marzinelli, Teresa Morganti, Laura NĂșñez Pons, Soizic Pardo, JosĂ© Pintado Valverde, Mahasweta Saha, Marc-AndrĂ© Selosse, Derek Skillings, Willem Stock, Shinichi Sunagawa, Eve Toulza, Alexey Vorobe...
10.5281/zenodo.3696771

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Marine holobiont in the high throughput sequencing era

The concept of holobiont dates back to more than thirty years, it was primarily coined to hypothesize the importance of symbiotic associations to generate significant evolutionary novelties. Quickly adopted to describe the now well-studied system formed by zooxanthella associated corals, this concept expanded much further after the emergence of High-Throughput Sequencing and associated progresses in metabarcoding and metagenomics.
Holobionts – defined as the association between an individua...

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