Research network on phenotypic plasticity

The 3715 Phenotypic Plasticity research network (PlasPhen) is a French research network funded by the CNRS, on the theme of phenotypic plasticity. Phenotypic plasticity can be broadly defined as the response of phenotypes to their developmental or expression environment, for a given genotype. The objective of this network is to promote exchanges between researchers and academics based in France, whose work deals with phenotypic plasticity, its genetics and its evolution. The diversity of phenotypes, environments, and organisms studied in this network is illustrated by the word cloud above, made in real-time by the participants of the 2020 meeting of the network and available on the website of the network:

This GDR is scientifically co-led by Luis-Miguel CHEVIN (CEFE CNRS, Montpellier) and Vincent Debat (ISYEB MNHN, Paris), and administratively managed by the CEFE, in Montpellier. This is his second term for a period of 5 years (2019-2023), following a first term of 4 years (2015-2018).

The LEMAR members who are mainly involved in this GDR are: Guy Claireaux, Gregory Charrier, David Mazurais, Karine Salin, Arianna Servili, Jose Zambonino.