GHIGLIONE Jean-François (CNRS, FRANCE)

Ghiglione

First Name: Jean-François

Name: Ghiglione

Position: Research director

Email: ghiglione@obs-banyuls.fr

Institute / University / Company: CNRS

Research Unit: Laboratoire d’Océanographie Microbienne UMR 7621

Address (city, state): 1 Aveneue Fabre – 66650 Banyuls sur mer

Country: France

Please give 5 key-words showing your research / interest in Microbial Ecotoxicolgy: -plastic pollution
-marine bacteria
-biodegradation
-OMICs
-toxicity

Main kinds of contaminant(s) of interest: plastics: polymers and additives

Main kinds of microorganisms of interest: bacteria

Main kinds of ecosystems of interest: marine

Do you give courses on Microbial Ecotoxicology ?: NO

Most relevant articles in the field of Microbial Ecotoxicology (max.5):

-Jacquin J, Cheng J, Odobel C, Pandin C, Conan P, Pujo-Pay M, Barbe V, Meistertzheim AL, Ghiglione JF. Microbial ecotoxicology of marine plastic debris: a review on colonization and biodegradation by the ‘plastisphere’ Frontiers in microbiology (IF 4.52) 10:865.
-Lambert S, Tragin M, Lozano JC, Ghiglione JF, Vaulot D, Bouget FY, Galand P. (2019) Rhythmicity of coastal marine picoeukaryotes, bacteria and archaea despite irregular environmental perturbations.ISME Journal (IF 9.52) 13(2):388-401.
-Planes S, Allemand D, Agostini S, Banaigs B, Boissin E, Boss E, Bourdin G, Bowler C, Douville E, Forcioli D, Furla P, Galand P, Ghiglione JF et al. (2019). The Tara Pacific expedition: a pan-ecosystemic approach of the “-omics” complexity of coral reef holobionts across the Pacific Ocean. Plos Biology (IF 8.38), 17(9):e3000483.
-Dussud C, Meistertzheim AL, Conan P, Pujo-Pay M, George M, Fabre P, Coudane J, Higgs P, Elineau A, Pedrotti ML, Gorsky G, Ghiglione JF (2018) Evidence of niche partitioning among bacteria living on plastics, organic particles and surrounding seawaters. Environmental Pollution (IF 5.09) 236: 807-816.
-Chapron L, Peru E, Engler A, Ghiglione JF, Meistertzheim AL, Pruski AM, Purser A, Vétion G, Galand PE, Lartaud F (2018) Macro-and microplastics affect cold-water corals growth, feeding and behaviour. Scientific reports (IF 4.61) 8:15299.

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