Un animal qui vit de la photosynthèse?

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Un animal qui vit de la photosynthèse?

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Baumgartner F, Pavia H, Toth G. Acquired phototrophy through retention of functional chloroplasts increases growth efficiency of the sea slug Elysia viridis . PLoS One 2015, 10(4):e0120874-pp1-14.

Rauch C, Vries Jd, Rommel S, et coll. Why it is time to look beyond algal genes in photosynthetic slugs . Genome Biology and Evolution 2015, 7:2602-7

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Cruz S, Cartaxana P, Newcomer R, et coll . Photoprotection in sequestered plastids of sea slugs and respective algal sources . Scientific Reports 2015, 5:7904, pp1-8.

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Christa G, Zimorski V, Woehle C, et coll . Plastid-bearing sea slugs fix CO2 in the light but do not require photosynthesis to survive . Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 2013, 281(1774):pp1-8.

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Agenda :

Mardi 10 novembre 2015, de 19h à 21h à Paris :

Rencontre transdisciplinaire du Centre d’Etudes du Vivant – Institut des Humanités de Paris – Université Paris-Diderot, dans la série Les Battements du temps :

« Les Routes du Miel » , avec Eric Tourneret , photographe.

Amphi Buffon , 15 rue Hélène Brion, 75013 Paris

Métro RER : Bibliothèque François Mitterrand. Bus : 62. 64. 89. 132. 325

Entrée libre (réservation par e-mail : centre_etudes_du_vivant@univ-paris-diderot.fr)

L'équipe