EN - The Flexibility of Life in Biodiversity Scenarios
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Ophélie Ronce, director of research at the CNRS, is interested in this video (9'52) to scenarios of biodiversity, field of research still quite young. She emphasizes the lack of consideration of the flexibility of life in these models, and, from this observation, presents several works that attempt to integrate these factors, including phenotypic plasticity and genetic evolution.
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