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Angers, Bernard

Full Professor

Contact:

  • Telephone 514-343-2286 Pav. PAVILLON MARIE-VICTORIN \ Ext. F-054
Angers, Bernard

Research expertise

My research focuses on the effects of evolutionary processes on populations. Atypical reproductive modes and demographic and environmental fluctuations can modify the pattern of genetic and epigenetic diversity. We aim to infer the processes responsible for the patterns observed in order to better understand and protect biodiversity.

Areas of expertise

Publications

  • Chouteau, M., B. Angers. 2012. Wright’s shifting balance theory and the diversification of aposematic signals.PLOS ONE 7: E34028.
  • Castonguay, E., B. Angers. 2012. The key role of epigenetics in the persistence of asexual lineages. Genetics Research International, DOI:10.1155/2012/534289.
  • Angers, B., A. Dallaire A., Vervaet S., A. Angers. 2012. The influence of mitochondria in epigenetics revealed through naturally occurring fish cybrids. Current Zoology, 58:138-145.
  • Cyr, F., B. Angers. 2012. Historical process lead to false genetic signal of current connectivity among populations. Genetica, 139:1417-1428.
  • Leung, C., P. Magnan, B. Angers. 2012. Genetic evidence for sympatric populations of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in Lake Saint-Pierre (Canada): the crucial first step in developing a fishery management plan. Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development, DOI:10.4172/2155-9546.
  • Massicotte, R., B. Angers. 2011. General Purpose Genotype or how epigenetics extend the flexibility of a genotype. Genetics Research International, DOI:10.1155/2012/317175.
  • Chouteau, M., B. Angers. 2011. The role of predators in maintaining the geographic organization of aposematic signals. American Naturalist, 178: 810-817.
  • Laporte, M., P. Magnan, B. Angers. 2011. Genetic differentiation between the blue and the yellow phenotypes of walleye (Sander vitreus) : an example of parallel evolution. Ecoscience, 18 : 124-129.
  • Angers, B., E. Castonguay, R. Massicotte. 2010. Environmentally induced phenotypes and DNA methylation: how to deal with unpredictable conditions until the next generation and after. Molecular Ecology, 19 : 1283–1295.
  • Boizard, J., P. Magnan, B. Angers. 2009. Effects of dynamic landscape elements on fish dispersal: the example of creek chub. Molecular Ecology, 18 : 430-441.
  • Cossios, D., M. Lucherini, M. Ruiz-Garcia, B. Angers. 2009. Influence of ancient glacial periods on the Andean fauna: the case of the pampas cat (Leopardus colocolo). BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9 : 68.

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