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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)
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*GT2. Adaptation of phytophagous species, their natural enemies and symbionts*GT5. Statistical and evolutionary population genomics*GT6. High-speed molecular and biocomputing approachesAcari (mite)adaptationgenomicshost 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)
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     L) CBGP theme
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