Evolution, Development and Ecology of Anemonefishes - Model Organisms for Marine Science

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    AuteursVincent Laudet & Timothy Ravasi
    UitgeverCRC Press
    Formaat280 x 210 mm
    Afbeeldingen   Zwartwit en kleurenillustraties
    Jaar van uitgave  2022

    Anemonefishes, one of the most popular and recognizable of fishes in the world, are much more than film characters; they are also emerging model organisms for studying the biology, ecology, and evolution of coral reef fishes. They are a group of 28 species often employed to study patterns and processes of social organization, intra- and inter-specific competition, sex change, mutualism, dispersal and connectivity of fish populations, habitat selection, pigment pattern formation, lifespan and predator-prey interactions. This multi-authored book covers all these areas and provides an update on the research done with this model and the perspective it opens for the future.

    Key Features

    • Contains basic and up-to-date information on an emerging fish model
    • Allows non-specialist readers to grasp the relevance of a wide research area
    • Provides accurate and easy to access information on each of the 28 species
    • Includes guidance for establishing a breeding colony
    • Documents that anemonefishes are useful model organisms for ecological, developmental and climate research


    Introduction: Anemonefish: New models organisms for marine science / Vincent Laudet and Timothy Ravasi

    Evolution, biogeography and genetics
    1. A phylogenetic context: The diversification of damselfishes (Pomacentridae) / Bruno Frédérich
    2. Anemonefish Genomes / Nicolas Salamin, Celia Schunter, Alison Monroe, Taewoo Ryu and Timothy Ravasi
    3. Biogeography and genetic barriers in Amphiprion anemonefishes / Song He, Benoit Pujol, Serge Planes and Michael L. Berumen
    4. Genomic evidence of hybridization during the evolution of anemonefishes / Anna Marcionetti, Sarah Schmid and Nicolas Salamin
    5. The use of modern genetic tools in anemonefishes / Laurie John Lee Mitchell, Sakuto Yamanaka, Masato Kinoshita and Fabio Cortesi

    Life history and development
    6. The post-embryonic period of anemonefishes / Natacha Roux, David Lecchini and Vincent Laudet
    7. Color patterns in anemonefish: development, role, and diversity / Pauline Salis, Marleen Klann and Vincent Laudet
    8. Age and longevity / Mirko Mutalipassi, Eva Terzibasi Tozzini and Alessandro Cellerino
    9. The visual ecology of Anemonefishes / Fabio Cortesi, Valerio Tettamanti and Fanny de Busserolles
    10. Sound communication / Eric Parmentier and David Lecchini
    11. Neuroendocrinology of life history and stress in anemonefishes / Mélanie Dussenne, Alexander Goikoetxea, Benjamin Geffroy and Laurence Besseau.

    Reproduction and social behavior
    12. Sex change from male to female: Active feminization of the brain, behavior and gonads in anemonefish / Laura Casas, Coltan Gable Parker and Justin S. Rhodes.
    13. Anemonefish behaviour and reproduction / Riccardo Beldade, Giacomo Bernardi and Suzanne C. Mills
    14. Social evolution in anemonefishes: Formation, maintenance, and transformation of social groups / Peter Buston, Rebecca Branconi and Theresa Rueger
    15. Parental care: patterns, proximate and ultimate causes, and consequences / Tina A. Barbasch, Ross DeAngelis, Justin Rhodes and Peter M. Buston

    16. Habitat selection of anemonefish / Kina Hayashi and James Davis Reimer
    17. 3D analysis of coral reef informs anemonefish habitat / Akihisa Hattori
    18. Cohabitation and competition in anemonefishes: patterns and consequences / Maya Srinivasan and Geoffrey P Jones
    19. No place like home: can omics uncover the secret behind the sea anemone and anemonefish symbiotic relationship? / Cassie M. Hoepner, Emily K. Fobert, Catherine A. Abbot and Karen Burke da Silva
    20. Larval dispersal in anemonefish populations: Self-recruitment, connectivity and metapopulation dynamics / Geoffrey P. Jones, Hugo B. Harrison, Michael L. Berumen, Serge Planes and Simon R. Thorrold

    Human impact and conservation
    21. The impact of popular film on the conservation of iconic species: Anemonefishes in the aquarium trade / Carmen R. B. da Silva, Cassie M. Hoepner, Manon Mercader, Vincent Laudet and Karen Burke da Silva
    22. Anemonefish Husbandry / Jennifer M. Donelson, Pascal Romans, Sakuto Yamanaka, Masato Kinoshita and Natacha Roux
    23. Resilience and adaptation to local and global environmental change / Celia Schunter, Jennifer M. Donelson, Philip Munday and Timothy Ravasi
    24. Anemonefishes as models in ecotoxicology / Simon Pouil, Marc Besson and Marc Metian
    25. Saving Nemo: extinction risk, conservation status and effective management strategies for anemonefishes / Geoffrey P. Jones, Maya Srinivasan, Gemma F. Galbraith, Michael L. Berumen and Serge Planes

    Conclusion: Perspectives for anemonefish research / Tim Ravasi, Geoffrey P. Jones and Vincent Laudet




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