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The scientific question that we tackle is the comparative and evolutive study of the complexity of genome structure in the amphibians. In particular we focus on :
The metagenomes as a genome community of species living in tight interaction (commensalism, symbiosis, parasitism…).
Genomes of extreme size and the enigma of the C value (polyploidisation, re-diploidisation, B-chromosome, repeated DNA…).
The dynamic of genome (B chromosome, mosaicisation inside an individual, horizontal transfer, polymorphisms, germinal-somatic rearrangements ).