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Quels gènes pour quelles plantes hôtes ?
Une approche de génomique pour étudier l'adaptation à la plante hôte chez l'acarien Tetranychus urticae

Presented by Longueville, Jean-Emmanuel
CBGP contract worker 
with P. Auger, S. Fellous, A. Migeon, M. Navajas, L. Sauné and collaborating with M.Gauthier and R.Vitalis

Supplementary accesses provided for any convenience : 

     - The CBGP KimTree software (estimating divergence times from large single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)
     - The CBGP SelEstim  software (distinguishing neutral from selected polymorphisms and estimate selection)
DIAPORAMA (fr)   Resume (fr)   Software   Software   Speaker's ResearchGate  
Acari (mite)adaptationgenomicsGT2. Adaptation of phytophagous species, their natural enemies and symbiontsGT5. Statistical and evolutionary population genomicsGT6. High-speed molecular and biocomputing approacheshost plantKimTree softwareSelEstim softwareSNP (single-nucleotide polymorphism) marker /  Tetranychus urticae (the red spider mite + the two-spotted spider mite) /  .

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     A) Taxon (latin/vernacular names)
     B) Tool/method
     C) Process/phenomenon
     D) Bio-group (except taxon)
     E) Discipline/approach
     L) CBGP theme
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