ANIMAL MICROBIOMES

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Latrodectus hesperus black widow microbiome​​

Collaboration with  Prof. Pierre-Olivier Montiglio (UQAM)

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Gryllus firmus cricket microbiome​​

Collaboration with  Prof. Clint Kelly (UQAM)

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Salvelinus namaycush trout microbiome according to seasons

Collaboration with  Prof. Bailey McMeans (University of Toronto)

Contact with microorganisms in the environment is one of the most common interspecies interactions, in which all animals participate. The microbiome of an animal corresponds to all the microorganisms that colonize this organism, and this microbiome plays an essential role for the animal's physiology, its development and its behavior. Very often, this microbiome is transient, and is derived from the environment.

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