Interindividual Variability and Emergent Plasticity
Chargé de Recherches - CNRS
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Technical staff Postdoc
- Audrey DUSSUTOUR
- Jacques GAUTRAIS
- Jean-Paul LACHAUD
- Alfonso PEREZ ESCUDERO
- Séverine TRANNOY
- Christophe BOUSQUET
- Léa BRIARD
- Eniko CSATA
- Gabriel MADIROLAS PEREZ
- Iago SANMARTIN VILLAR
- Aurèle BOUSSARD
- Violette CHIARA
The objective of the IVEP team is to develop an integrative approach to investigate the determinants of phenotypic plasticity across different biological scales. Phenotypic plasticity is the capacity of a given genotype to produce a diversity of phenotypes in response to variations in the environment and represents one of the most important ways by which organisms adaptively respond to the environment. The IVEP team ambitions to investigate how biological entities, being cells or individuals, integrate environmental changes to produce adaptive responses and it also aims at examining how phenotypic plasticity emerges from interactions among its underlying components.
Neural bases of social interactions in fruit flies
Social behaviours in spiders
Processing of social cues in ants
Interindividual variability in social insects
Emergent layering during neocortex development
Plasticity in slime moulds
- Chiara V, Ramon Portugal F, Jeanson R .
Social intolerance is a consequence, not a cause, of dispersal in spiders
- Boussard A, Delescluse J, Pérez-Escudero A, Dussutour A .
Memory inception and preservation in slime moulds: the quest for a common mechanism
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
- Azaïs M, Agius E, Blanco S, Molina A, Pituello F, Tregan JM, Vallet A, Gautrais J .
Timing the spinal cord development with neural progenitor cells losing their proliferative capacity: a theoretical analysis
- Dussutour A, Ma Q, Sumpter D .
Phenotypic variability predicts decision accuracy in unicellular organisms
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
- Palavicino-Maggio C, Trannoy S, Holton K, Song X, Li K, Nevo E .
Aggression and courtship differences found in Drosophila melanogaster from two different microclimates at Evolution Canyon, Israel
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Pierre LESNE (PhD in 2015), currently post doc at Texas A&M University, USA
David VOGEL (PhD in 2016), currently post doc at University of Adelaide, Australia
Kevin BERTHELOT (PhD in 2016), currently post doc at Arizona State University, USA