Fanny Noisette

Université du Québec à Rimouski
Postdoctoral fellow candidate

Supervisor: Piero Calosi
Start: 2016-01-01
End: 2017-05-01

Project

Effects of temperature on the embryonnic development of the polychete Ophryotrocha labronica
O. labronica species is an emerging model for the investigation of the long-term effect of climate change (epigenetic and transgenerationnal effects), as it posseses short generation times, can be easily reared for multiple generations at control laboratory conditions. My project focuses on the effects of temperature on the O. labronica embryos as early life stages of organisms are considered particulalry sensitive to abiotic fluctuations and form bottleneck for adult populations. Polychetes will be rared at five different temperature comprised in their thermic tolerance range. Various life history traits will be investigated (time for spawning, time for hatching, number of embyos, size of the embryos) on 3 successive generations to (1) know the sensitivity of the embryos to temperature (2) highlight potential transgenerationnal effects of acclimation to temperature.

Keywords

ocean acidification, ecophysiology, metabolism, climate change, invertebrates, coralline algae

Publications

1- Assessing the physiological responses of the gastropodCrepidula fornicatato predicted ocean acidification and warming
Noisette, Fanny, François Bordeyne, Dominique Davoult, Sophie Martin
2015 Limnology and Oceanography

2- Metabolic responses to temperature stress under elevated pCO2 in Crepidula fornicata
Noisette, F., J. Richard, I. Le Fur, L. S. Peck, D. Davoult, S. Martin
2014 Journal of Molluscan Studies

3- Erratum to: Effects of pCO2 on physiology and skeletal mineralogy in a tidal pool coralline alga Corallina elongata
Egilsdottir, Hronn, Fanny Noisette, Laure M.-L. J. Noël, Jon Olafsson, Sophie Martin
2014 Marine Biology

4- The future of the northeast Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2world
Brodie, Juliet, Christopher J. Williamson, Dan A. Smale, Nicholas A. Kamenos, Nova Mieszkowska, Rui Santos, Michael Cunliffe, Michael Steinke, Christopher Yesson, Kathryn M. Anderson, Valentina Asnaghi, Colin Brownlee, Heidi L. Burdett, Michael T. Burrows, Sinead Collins, Penelope J. C. Donohue, Ben Harvey, Andrew Foggo, Fanny Noisette, Joana Nunes, Federica Ragazzola, John A. Raven, Daniela N. Schmidt, David Suggett, Mirta Teichberg, Jason M. Hall-Spencer
2014 Ecology and Evolution

5- Does Encapsulation Protect Embryos from the Effects of Ocean Acidification? The Example of Crepidula fornicata
Fanny Noisette, Thierry Comtet, Erwann Legrand, François Bordeyne, Dominique Davoult, Sophie Martin
2014 PLoS ONE

6- Effects of pCO2 on physiology and skeletal mineralogy in a tidal pool coralline alga Corallina elongata
Egilsdottir, Hronn, Fanny Noisette, Laure M.-L. J. Noël, Jon Olafsson, Sophie Martin
2012 Marine Biology

7- Physiological responses of three temperate coralline algae from contrasting habitats to near-future ocean acidification
Noisette, Fanny, Hronn Egilsdottir, Dominique Davoult, Sophie Martin
2013 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

8- Effects of elevatedpCO2on the metabolism of a temperate rhodolithLithothamnion corallioidesgrown under different temperatures
Noisette, Fanny, Gwendoline Duong, Christophe Six, Dominique Davoult, Sophie Martin,
2013 Journal of Phycology