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The present study questions the ability of marine fauna to modulate the molecular composition of their membrane lipids, as a function of environmental hydrostatic pressure conditions. Specific variations in the cell lipidome composition are presented for the deep-sea hydrothermal vent shrimp Mirocaris fortunata, acclimated at the laboratory for sev...
Large-scale climatological changes are likely to affect intertidal species, through changes in emersion time and thermal stress. As such, we want to assess the adaptive capacity of intertidal species to the microclimatic conditions they are facing when the tide goes out, in order to determine their thermal tolerance, potentially affected by a high variability in emersion period, and to evaluate the impact of climate change on their physiological performance.