publication . Doctoral thesis . 2011

Etude du régime alimentaire des carnivores par des techniques moléculaires

Shehzad, Wasim;
Open Access French
  • Published: 14 Dec 2011
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
Abstract
Information on food webs is central to understand ecosystem functioning. It also provides information of ecosystem stability by evaluating the resource availability and use. Obtaining information on the diet can be critical especially when dealing with elusive carnivores, which are difficult to observe. However, these large carnivores are keystone species that influence the ecosystem through trophic cascades and maintain biodiversity. Thus, precise knowledge of their diet is a prerequisite for designing conservation strategies of these endangered species. Direct and indirect monitoring as well as invasive and non-invasive approaches that have been used to study ...
Subjects
free text keywords: The blocking oligonucleotide, Les Oligonucleotides bloquage, Mitochondrial DNA, Next generation sequencing, L'ADN mitochondrial, DNA barcoding, Sequençages des nouvelle generation, Ribosomal rRNA, [SDV.OT]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Other [q-bio.OT]
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Acinas SG, Sarma-Rupavtarm R, Klepac-Ceraj V, Polz MF (2005) PCR-induced sequence artifacts and bias: Insights from comparison of two 16S rRNA clone libraries constructed from the same sample. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71, 8966-8969. [OpenAIRE]

Ale SB, Brown JS (2009) Prey behavior leads to predator: a case study of the himalayan tahr and the snow leopard in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 55, 315-327.

Allison NL, Destefano S (2006) Equipment and techniques for nocturnal wildlife studies. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 34, 1036-1044.

Ambrose SH, DeNiro MJ, (1986) The isotopic ecology of East African mammals. Oecologia, 69, 395-406.

Anderson CR, Lindzey FG (2003) Estimating cougar predation rates from GPS location clusters. Journal of Wildlife Management, 67, 307-316.

Ansorge WJ (2009) Next-generation DNA sequencing techniques. New Biotechnology, 25, 195-203.

Anwar M, Jackson R, Nadeem M, Janečka J, Hussain S, Beg M, Muhammad G, Qayyum M (2011) Food habits of the snow leopard Panthera uncia (Schreber, 1775) in Baltistan, Northern Pakistan. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 57, 1077-1083.

Braley M, Goldsworthy SD, Page B, Steer M, Austin JJ (2010) Assessing morphological and DNA-based diet analysis techniques in a generalist predator, the arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi. Molecular Ecology Resources, 10, 466-474.

Darling JA, Blum MJ (2007) DNA-based methods for monitoring invasive species: a review and prospectus. Biological Invasions, 9, 751-765.

Deagle BE, Chiaradia A, McInnes J, Jarman SN (2010) Pyrosequencing faecal DNA to determine diet of little penguins: is what goes in what comes out? Conservation Genetics, 11, 2039-2048.

Deagle BE, Eveson JP, Jarman SN (2006) Quantification of damage in DNA recovered from highly degraded samples--a case study on DNA in faeces. Front Zool, 3, 11.

Deagle BE, Gales NJ, Evans K, Jarman SN, Robinson S, Trebilco R, Hindell MA (2007a) Studying seabird diet through genetic analysis of faeces: a case study on macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus). PLoS ONE, 2, e831. [OpenAIRE]

Deagle BE, Jarman SN, Pemberton D, Gales NJ (2005a) Genetic screening for prey in the gut contents from a giant squid (Architeuthis sp.). Journal of Heredity, 96, 417- 423.

Deagle BE, Kirkwood R, Jarman SN (2009) Analysis of Australian fur seal diet by pyrosequencing prey DNA in faeces. Molecular Ecology, 18, 2022-2038. [OpenAIRE]

Deagle BE, Tollit DJ (2007b) Quantitative analysis of prey DNA in pinniped faeces: potential to estimate diet composition? Conservation Genetics, 8, 743-747.

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Abstract
Information on food webs is central to understand ecosystem functioning. It also provides information of ecosystem stability by evaluating the resource availability and use. Obtaining information on the diet can be critical especially when dealing with elusive carnivores, which are difficult to observe. However, these large carnivores are keystone species that influence the ecosystem through trophic cascades and maintain biodiversity. Thus, precise knowledge of their diet is a prerequisite for designing conservation strategies of these endangered species. Direct and indirect monitoring as well as invasive and non-invasive approaches that have been used to study ...
Subjects
free text keywords: The blocking oligonucleotide, Les Oligonucleotides bloquage, Mitochondrial DNA, Next generation sequencing, L'ADN mitochondrial, DNA barcoding, Sequençages des nouvelle generation, Ribosomal rRNA, [SDV.OT]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Other [q-bio.OT]
35 references, page 1 of 3

Acinas SG, Sarma-Rupavtarm R, Klepac-Ceraj V, Polz MF (2005) PCR-induced sequence artifacts and bias: Insights from comparison of two 16S rRNA clone libraries constructed from the same sample. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71, 8966-8969. [OpenAIRE]

Ale SB, Brown JS (2009) Prey behavior leads to predator: a case study of the himalayan tahr and the snow leopard in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 55, 315-327.

Allison NL, Destefano S (2006) Equipment and techniques for nocturnal wildlife studies. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 34, 1036-1044.

Ambrose SH, DeNiro MJ, (1986) The isotopic ecology of East African mammals. Oecologia, 69, 395-406.

Anderson CR, Lindzey FG (2003) Estimating cougar predation rates from GPS location clusters. Journal of Wildlife Management, 67, 307-316.

Ansorge WJ (2009) Next-generation DNA sequencing techniques. New Biotechnology, 25, 195-203.

Anwar M, Jackson R, Nadeem M, Janečka J, Hussain S, Beg M, Muhammad G, Qayyum M (2011) Food habits of the snow leopard Panthera uncia (Schreber, 1775) in Baltistan, Northern Pakistan. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 57, 1077-1083.

Braley M, Goldsworthy SD, Page B, Steer M, Austin JJ (2010) Assessing morphological and DNA-based diet analysis techniques in a generalist predator, the arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi. Molecular Ecology Resources, 10, 466-474.

Darling JA, Blum MJ (2007) DNA-based methods for monitoring invasive species: a review and prospectus. Biological Invasions, 9, 751-765.

Deagle BE, Chiaradia A, McInnes J, Jarman SN (2010) Pyrosequencing faecal DNA to determine diet of little penguins: is what goes in what comes out? Conservation Genetics, 11, 2039-2048.

Deagle BE, Eveson JP, Jarman SN (2006) Quantification of damage in DNA recovered from highly degraded samples--a case study on DNA in faeces. Front Zool, 3, 11.

Deagle BE, Gales NJ, Evans K, Jarman SN, Robinson S, Trebilco R, Hindell MA (2007a) Studying seabird diet through genetic analysis of faeces: a case study on macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus). PLoS ONE, 2, e831. [OpenAIRE]

Deagle BE, Jarman SN, Pemberton D, Gales NJ (2005a) Genetic screening for prey in the gut contents from a giant squid (Architeuthis sp.). Journal of Heredity, 96, 417- 423.

Deagle BE, Kirkwood R, Jarman SN (2009) Analysis of Australian fur seal diet by pyrosequencing prey DNA in faeces. Molecular Ecology, 18, 2022-2038. [OpenAIRE]

Deagle BE, Tollit DJ (2007b) Quantitative analysis of prey DNA in pinniped faeces: potential to estimate diet composition? Conservation Genetics, 8, 743-747.

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publication . Doctoral thesis . 2011

Etude du régime alimentaire des carnivores par des techniques moléculaires

Shehzad, Wasim;