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Model Organisms

  • Ectocarpus photograph by Delphine Scornet - UMR7139

    Ectocarpus

    Ectocarpus is a filamentous brown alga that is found in temperate coastal regions worldwide.

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  • Chrondrus photograph

    Chondrus

    Chondrus crispus Stackhouse (Gigartinales) also known as Irish Moss is a red seaweed up to 15 cm long

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  • Sampling of Ostreococcus transformants in semi-solid agarose medium

    Ostreococcus

    Discovered in the Thau Lagoon, O. tauri has been described as the smallest free-living eukaryote.

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  • Phaeodactylum

    P. tricornutum is the second diatom for which a whole genome sequence has been generated (Bowler et al, 20082) and it is the most established species for molecular- and cellular-based studies.

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  • Synechococcus photograph

    Synechococcus

    The marine cyanobacteria of the genus Synechococcus carry out a large portion of carbon fixation in the oceans, and their genomes are among the most abundant on the planet.

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  • Vibrionaceae nigripulchritudo by Le Roux

    Vibrionaceae

    Vibrionaceae (Vibrio and Photobacterium genus) are dominant cultivable marine bacteria.

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  • Clytia photograph by Peter Schuchert

    Clytia

    Clytia hemisphaerica is a hydrozoan, and member of the order Leptomedusae.

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  • Phallusia photograph by David Luquet

    Phallusia

    Phallusia mammillata is our favorite species of Ascidians for studying fertilization and development.

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