Approved Abstracts

Abstract IDsort descending Last Name First Name Abstract Title
CBE5-130 Shigeno Shuichi Sensing extreme environment: the diverse chemical receptors identified by comprehensive RNAseq analysis of hydrothermal vent endemic animals
CBE5-131 Dobretsova Irina Preliminary data on fauna associated with inactive hydrothermal sulphide fields on the Mid Atlantic Ridge at 13º-13º31’N
CBE5-132 Klose Julia A symbiotic and free-living lifestyle: release of the deep-sea tubeworm symbiont Candidatus Endoriftia persephone in Riftia pachyptila
CBE5-132 Scharhauser Florian Candidatus Endoriftia persephone and Mollicutes in the skin and tube of adult vestimentiferan tubeworms from deep-sea hydrothermal vents
CBE5-133 Jollivet Didier Proteome evolution of deep-sea hydrothermal vent alvinellid polychaetes supports ancestry of thermophily and subsequent adaptation to cold
CBE5-133 Doya Le Besnerais Carolina A diel and seasonal deep-sea faunal monitoring by crawler within the Barkley canyon (NEPTUNE-Canada)
CBE5-134 Hourdez Stephane Origin, evolution, and adaptation of scaleworms from deep-sea chemosynthetic habitats
CBE5-135 Nedoncelle Karine Shell growth rate and habitat variability of the hydrothermal vent species Bathymodiolus thermophilus
CBE5-136 Lartaud Franck Ultramafic hydrothermal systems on the Rainbow abyssal hill: a wide variety of active and fossil chemosynthetic habitats and communities
CBE5-137 Reid William D K Isotopic variability in macroconsumers of the East Scotia Ridge hydrothermal vents
CBE5-138 Stevens Catherine Hydrothermal vent food webs on East Diamante submarine volcano, Mariana Arc
CBE5-139 Mullineaux Lauren Active Positioning of Vent Larvae at a Mid-Ocean Ridge
CBE5-140 Beinart Roxanne Linking bacterial symbiont physiology to the ecology of hydrothermal vent symbioses
CBE5-141 Beaulieu Stace Abundance, diversity, and behavior of larvae collected near southern Mariana back-arc vents
CBE5-142 Dubilier Nicole On Becoming a Chemosynthetic Symbiont

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