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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title PhD
Department EDD
Regions Sea of Azov
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities - Evolution of marine species - Marine ecology - Population genetics / Phylogeography / Phylogeny - Reproduction cycle - Characterization of cryptic species
Research Region 102
Skills/Expertise - Molecular Biology: PCR, RACE, IPCR, vectorette, electrophoresis, DNA & RNA extraction, cloning, cDNA synthesis, RFLP, microsatellites analysis, sequencing - Flow Cytometry, DNA contain measurement, karyotyping - Histology - Morphometry - Taxonomical identification, Biodiversity characterization, - Sampling techniques (Ninskin bottle, Plankton nets (WP2, IOSN), dredge, trawl, grab sampler, core drilling) - aquarium maintenance - ADCP, CTD - Phylogeography & population genetics analysis; Maximum Likelihood & Bayesian Methods; software for sequence analysis (Bioedit, Mega, Arlequin, TCS, Network, DnaSP, Modeltest, PhyML, MrBayes, SeqState, PAML, BEAST) & fragment length analysis (STRand, Genemapper, Genetix, Genepop, structure). - Statistics: notions on Statistica & R. - Office: Microsoft (word, excel, xlstat, powerpoint, access), Illustrator, HTML code (notions).
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Miss Emilie EGEA)

Egea, E., B. Mérigot, C. Mahé-Bézac, J.-P. Féral et A. Chenuil. (2011). Differential reproductive timing in Echinocardium spp.: The first Mediterranean survey allows interoceanic and interspecific comparisons. Comptes Rendus Biologies 334(1): 13-23
Chenuil, A., Egea, E., Rocher, C., Féral, J.P. (2010) Comparing substitution rates in spatangoid sea urchins with putatively different effective sizes, and other echinoderm datasets. In: Echinoderms: Durham, Harris et al. (eds) : 159-161, Taylor & Francis Group, London
Chenuil, A., Rocher, C., Egea, E., David, B., Féral, J.P. (2010) Comparing DNA sequence evolution in spatangoid sea urchins: How to interpret variation of substitution rates and variation in tree shape among families? In: Echinoderms: Durham, Harris et al. (eds) : 314 (abstract), Taylor & Francis Group, London
Chenuil A, Hoareau T, Egea E, Penant G, Rocher C, Aurelle D, Mokhtar-Jamai K, Bishop J, Boissin E, Diaz A, Krakau M, Luttikhuizen P, Patti F, Blavet N, Mousset S (2010) An efficient method to find potentially universal population genetic markers, applied to metazoans. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1):276
Chenuil A, Egea E, Rocher C, Touzet H, Feral JP (2008) Does hybridization increase evolutionary rate? Data from the 28S-rDNA D8 domain in echinoderms. J Mol Evol 67: 539-550
Becker PT, Egea E, Eeckhaut I (2008) Characterization of the bacterial communities associated with the bald sea urchin disease of the echinoid Paracentrotus lividus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 98: 136-147


Created: 2007-10-02 Last Updated: 2011-05-24 by Emilie EGEA