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Understanding the complete picture of floral transition is still impaired by the fact that physiological studies mainly concern plant species whose genetics is poorly known, and vice versa. Arabidopsis thaliana has been successfully used to unravel signalling pathways by genetic and molecular approaches, but analyses are still required to determine the(More)
In Mediterranean subtidal rocky reefs, Cystoseira spp. (Phaeophyceae) form dense canopies up to 1 m high. Such habitats, called 'Cystoseira forests', are regressing across the entire Mediterranean Sea due to multiple anthropogenic stressors, as are other large brown algae forests worldwide. Cystoseira forests are being replaced by structurally less complex(More)
  • Marie Garrido, Barbara Koeck, Anne Goffart, Amandine Collignon, Jean-Henri Hecq, Sylvia Agostini +4 others
  • 2014
Corsica Island is a sub-basin of the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea, with hydrological features typical of both oligotrophic systems and eutrophic coastal zones. Phytoplankton assemblages in two coastal ecosystems of Corsica (the deep Bay of Calvi and the shallow littoral of Bastia) show contrasting patterns over a one-year cycle. In order to determine what(More)
Corsica is an island in the Western Mediterranean belonging to France, located southeast of the French mainland and west of Italy. The island covers an area of about 8,700 km 2 , is flanked by deep water along its west coast, and by a broad shelf along its east coast. Corsica has fisheries in its coastal lagoons, but its most commercially important fishery(More)
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