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Welcome to the LPGP publications collection

The goal of the Laboratory of Fish Physiology and Genomics is to study the physiology of fishes in order to broaden our knowledge and understanding of the phenotypes of interest which would facilitate the development of sustainable aquaculture systems. Our research is primarily focused on the physiology of growth and reproduction of fishes and on fish behaviour in captive breeding.
This collection includes all of the laboratory's scientific production since its establishment in Rennes in 1977. It takes into account the different titles of the Unit: Laboratory of Fish Physiology, Station of Fish Physiology, Research Station in Ichtyophysiology, Biodiversity and Environment (Scribe) and currently Fish Physiology and Genomics Institute.

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