Annuaire > Martin-Jézéquel Véronique, CR1

Chercheur, CR1
CNRS
Section de Recherche : section 29
Institut référent : INEE

Mots clés : phytoplankton, coastal ecosystem, diatom, ecophysiology, silicon and carbon metabolism.

  • Expert international : European Foundation (ESF-EMBO) ; European Commission (FP7 & H2020) ; Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS)
  • Enseignement MASTER 2-Université de Nantes : Ecosystème et Bioproduction
  • Editorial Board : Scientific World Journal (domain Marine Biology) ; Journal of Ocean University of China
  • CNRS : membre CCHSCT et CRHSCT-DR17
Thèmes de Recherche.
Ecophysiology of natural phytoplankton and microphytobenthos. Integrative physiology of planktonic and benthic diatoms, growth and biochemical composition. Carbon (mainly respiratory and photorespiratory pathways), nitrogen and silicon assimilation and metabolism. Diatoms’genome annotation and genomic. Toxicity of PseudoNitzchia spp. Acclimation/adaptation of diatoms to climate changes.


Publications représentatives de l’activité de Recherche :

  • Martin-Jézéquel V., Videau C., 1992. Phytoplankton and bacteria over transient area of the continental slope of the Celtic Sea in spring. I Vertical distribution and productivity. Marine Ecology Prog. Ser., 85, 289-301.
  • Martin-Jézéquel V., Hildebrand M., Brzezinski.M., 2000. Review. Silicon metabolism in marine diatoms : implication for growth. J. Phycol., 36, 821-840.
  • Claquin P., Kromkamp J., Martin-Jézéquel V., 2004. Relationship between photosynthetic metabolism and cell cycle in a synchronized culture of the marine algae Cylindrotheca fusiformis (Bacillariophyceae). Eur. J. Phycol., 39(1), 33-41.
  • Kroth P.G., Chiovitti A., Gruber A., Martin-Jézéquel V., Mockt T., Schnitzler-Parker M., Stanley M., Kaplan A., Caron L., Weber T., Maheswhari U., Armbrust E.V., Bowler C., 2008. A model for carbohydrates metabolism in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum deduced from whole genome analysis and comparative genomic analyses with Thalassiosira pseudonana and other photoautotrophs. Plos ONE, Jan 9, 3(1) : e1426.
  • Bowler C, et al. 2008. The Phaeodactylum genome reveals the evolutionary history of diatom genomes. Nature 456 (7219) 239-244. Doi : 10.1038/nature07410
  • Martin-Jézéquel V, Tesson B. 2012. Phaeodactylum tricornutum polymorphism : An overview. Chapitre 3 In : Advances in Algal Cell Biology. Heimann K. & Katsaros C. (eds.), De Gruyter series ‚Marine and Freshwater Botany, Berlin. p 43- 80.
  • Martin-Jézéquel V., Calu G., Candela L., Amzil Z., Jauffrais T., Séchet V., Weigel P. 2015. Effects of organic and inorganic nitrogen on growth and production of domoic acid by Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries and Pseudo-nitzschia australis (Bacillariophyceae) in culture. Marine Drugs, special issue ‘Metabolites in Diatoms’, 13, 7067-7086. Publisher : http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/md13127055 , Open Access : http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00308/41912/