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Urban ecology

Google traduction de la page en français The transversal program “Urban Ecology” was initiated for this purpose with the objectives: to animate research in this field to federate and develop inter-team and inter-department projects within iEES Paris develop partnerships with local actors and authorities (association, municipality, etc.) In recent years, the urban environment has been […]

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Molecular Ecophysiology of Stressed plant “EcophyS” Team

Team publications Team members Google traduction de la version française The Molecular Ecophysiology of the plant under stress (EcoPhyS) team is studying the responses of plants to environmental constraints by developing an integrative approach to the study of the response to environmental constraints, of plants whole (gas exchange, biomass production, yield) down to the cellular […]

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Neuroethology of olfaction “NeO” Team

Team publications Team members Our experimental and modelling studies aim at understanding the mechanisms involved in the recognition of the olfactory signal and its translation in a behavioural response adapted to the environment and the physiological state of insects.These studies concern the processes of sensory coding, from the chemo-electrical transduction in the olfactory receptor neurones to […]

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Chemoreception and Adaptation “CreA” Team

Team publications Team members The team investigates the mechanisms of olfactory and gustatory reception in the peripheral sensory systems and their plasticity in a changing biotic and abiotic environment.We take into account the evolutionary, adaptive and ecophysiological / ecotoxicological contexts. Our questions are : What are the chemical landscapes the insects leave in ? What are […]

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Social Species in their Environments : Adaptation and Evolution “ESEAE” Team

Team publications Team members The aim of the ESEAE team is to understand how social life influences the mechanisms of evolution and adaptation of social species, their biodiversity, and their interactions with other species.  Environmental changes are a central theme. Our biological models are mainly termites and ants. We use an integrative approach that focuses on morphology, physiology, […]

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Evolutionary Ecophysiology “EPE” Team

Team publications Team members Studies in evolutionary ecology aims to understand how biological traits are controlled by natural and sexual selection. These studies examine how environmental selection pressures influence one hand the production and survival of young and secondly the dynamics of populations and ecosystems. These studies often ignore the physiological mechanisms involved in developmental processes […]

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