Listes des publications

Bibliographie 2018

Articles dans des journaux à comité de lecture

  1. Badshah, H., F. Ullah, P. Calatayud, H. Ullah and B. Ahamd (2018) Influence of the Host Plant on the Encyrtid Aenasius bambawalei, a Parasitoid used to Control the Cotton Mealybug, Phenacoccus solenopsis, in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 50: 207-216.
  2. Baron, A., B. Denis and C. Wicker-Thomas (2018) Control of pheromone production by ovaries in Drosophila. Journal of Insect Physiology, 109: 138-143. 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2018.07.003
  3. Bichang’a, G., J.-L. Da Lage, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, M. Zivy, T. Balliau, K. Sambai, B. Le Ru, L. Kaiser, G. Juma, E. N. M. Maina and P.-A. Calatayud (2018) alpha-Amylase Mediates Host Acceptance in the Braconid Parasitoid Cotesia flavipes. Journal of chemical ecology: 10.1007/s10886-018-1002-9
  4. Blaizot, R., C. Vanhecke, P. Le Gall, A. Duvignaud, M.-C. Receveur and D. Malvy (2018) Furuncular myiasis for the Western dermatologist: treatment in outpatient consultation. International journal of dermatology, 57 (2): 227-230. 10.1111/ijd.13815
  5. Brand, P., V. Larcher, A. Couto, J.-C. Sandoz and S. R. Ramirez (2018) Sexual dimorphism in visual and olfactory brain centers in the perfume-collecting orchid bee Euglossa dilemma (Hymenoptera, Apidae). The Journal of comparative neurology, 526 (13): 2068-2077. 10.1002/cne.24483
  6. Carcaud, J., M. Giurfa and J.-C. Sandoz (2018) Differential Processing by Two Olfactory Subsystems in the Honeybee Brain. Neuroscience, 374: 33-48. 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2018.01.029
  7. Dawson, E. H., T. P. M. Bailly, J. Dos Santos, C. Moreno, M. Devilliers, B. Maroni, C. Sueur, A. Casali, B. Ujvari, F. Thomas, J. Montagne and F. Mery (2018) Social environment mediates cancer progression in Drosophila. Nature Communications, 9: 10.1038/s41467-018-05737-w
  8. Debat, V. and A. Le Rouzic (2018) Canalization, a central concept in biology. Seminars in cell & developmental biology: 10.1016/j.semcdb.2018.05.012
  9. Duchosal, A., D. Joly, R. Leroy and R. Serra (2018) Effects of Microstructure of Compacted Graphite Iron in Tribological Strategy. Journal of Tribology-Transactions of the Asme, 140 (5): 8. 10.1115/1.4039722
  10. Filee, J. (2018) Giant viruses and their mobile genetic elements: the molecular symbiosis hypothesis. Current opinion in virology, 33: 81-88. 10.1016/j.coviro.2018.07.013
  11. Fumey, J., H. Hinaux, C. Noirot, C. Thermes, S. Retaux and D. Casane (2018) Evidence for late Pleistocene origin of Astyanax mexicanus cavefish. Bmc Evolutionary Biology, 18: 10.1186/s12862-018-1156-7
  12. Garcia-Machado, E., G. Ulmo-Diaz, J. Castellanos-Gell and D. Casane (2018) Patterns of population connectivity in marine organisms of Cuba. Bulletin of Marine Science, 94 (2): 193-211. 10.5343/bms.2016.1117
  13. Gaulin, E., M. J. C. Pel, L. Camborde, H. San-Clemente, S. Courbier, M.-A. Dupouy, J. Lengelle, M. Veyssiere, A. Le Ru, F. Grandjean, R. Cordaux, B. Moumen, C. Gilbert, L. M. Cano, J.-M. Aury, J. Guy, P. Wincker, O. Bouchez, C. Klopp and B. Dumas (2018) Genomics analysis of Aphanomyces spp. identifies a new class of oomycete effector associated with host adaptation. Bmc Biology, 16: 10.1186/s12915-018-0508-5
  14. Gauthier, J., P. Gayral, B. P. Le Ru, S. Jancek, S. Dupas, L. Kaiser, G. Gyapay and E. A. Herniou (2018) Genetic footprints of adaptive divergence in the bracovirus of Cotesia sesamiae identified by targeted resequencing. Molecular Ecology, 27 (8): 2109-2123. 10.1111/mec.14574
  15. Gilbert, C. and C. Feschotte (2018) Horizontal acquisition of transposable elements and viral sequences: patterns and consequences. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development, 49: 15-24. 10.1016/j.gde.2018.02.007
  16. Guyeux, C., J.-F. Couchot, A. Le Rouzic, J. M. Bahi and L. Marangio (2018) Theoretical Study of the One Self-Regulating Gene in the Modified Wagner Model. Mathematics, 6 (4): 10.3390/math6040058
  17. Henriques, D., K. A. Browne, M. W. Barnett, M. Parejo, P. Kryger, T. C. Freeman, I. Munoz, L. Garnery, F. Highet, J. S. Jonhston, G. P. McCormack and M. Alice Pinto (2018) High sample throughput genotyping for estimating C-lineage introgression in the dark honeybee: an accurate and cost-effective SNP-based tool. Scientific Reports, 8: 10.1038/s41598-018-26932-1
  18. Mancini, N., M. Giurfa, J.-C. Sandoz and A. Avargues-Weber (2018) Aminergic neuromodulation of associative visual learning in harnessed honey bees. Neurobiology of learning and memory: 10.1016/j.nlm.2018.05.014
  19. Mba, A. R. F., G. Kansci, M. Viau, L. Ribourg, J. F. Muafor, N. Hafnaoui, P. Le Gall and C. Genot (2018) Growing conditions and morphotypes of African palm weevil (Rhynchophorus phoenicis) larvae influence their lipophilic nutrient but not their amino acid compositions. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 69: 87-97. 10.1016/j.jfca.2018.02.012
  20. Monceau, K., M. Arca, L. Lepretre, O. Bonnard, G. Arnold and D. Thiery (2018) How Apis mellifera Behaves with its Invasive Hornet Predator Vespa velutina? Journal of Insect Behavior, 31 (1): 1-11. 10.1007/s10905-017-9658-5
  21. Odorico, A., E. Runneburger and A. Le Rouzic (2018) Modelling the influence of parental effects on gene-network evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31 (5): 687-700. 10.1111/jeb.13255
  22. Oulhaci, C. M., B. Denis, S. Kilani-Morakchi, J. C. Sandoz, L. Kaiser, D. Joly and N. Aribi (2018) Azadirachtin effects on mating success, gametic abnormalities and progeny survival in Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera). Pest Management Science, 74 (1): 174-180. 10.1002/ps.4678
  23. Peccoud, J., R. Cordaux and C. Gilbert (2018) Analyzing Horizontal Transfer of Transposable Elements on a Large Scale: Challenges and Prospects. BioEssays : news and reviews in molecular, cellular and developmental biology, 40 (2): 10.1002/bies.201700177
  24. Peccoud, J., S. Lequime, I. Moltini-Conclois, I. Giraud, L. Lambrechts and C. Gilbert (2018) A Survey of Virus Recombination Uncovers Canonical Features of Artificial Chimeras Generated During Deep Sequencing Library Preparation. G3-Genes Genomes Genetics, 8 (4): 1129-1138. 10.1534/g3.117.300468
  25. Pereira, C. M., T. J. R. Stoffel, S. M. Callegari-Jacques, A. Hua-Van, P. Capy and E. L. S. Loreto (2018) The somatic mobilization of transposable element mariner-Mos1 during the Drosophila lifespan and its biological consequences. Gene, 679: 65-72. 10.1016/j.gene.2018.08.079
  26. Pétavy, G., B. Moreteau, J. David and P. Gibert (2018) Influence of extreme heat or cold stresses on body pigmentation of Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of thermal biology, In Press:
  27. Petavy, G., B. Moreteau, J. R. David and P. Gibert (2018) Influence of extreme heat or cold stresses on body pigmentation of Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Thermal Biology, 72: 118-126. 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2018.01.005
  28. Petit, C., P. Ahuya, B. Le Ru, L. Kaiser-Arnauld, M. Harry and P. Calatayud (2018) Influence of prolonged dietary experience during the larval stage on novel odour preferences in adults of noctuid stem borer moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). European Journal of Entomology, 115: 112-116.
  29. Petit, C., P. Ahuya, B. Le Ru, L. Kaiser-Arnauld, M. Harry and P. Calatayud (2018) Odour and feeding preference of noctuid moth larvae conditioned to vanillin diet and non-vanillin diet. Phytoparasitica, DOI: 10.1007/s12600-018-0653-y:
  30. Petit, C., P. Ahuya, B. Le Ru, L. Kaiser-Arnauld, M. Harry and P.-A. Calatayud (2018) Odour and feeding preference of noctuid moth larvae conditioned to vanillin diet and non-vanillin diet. Phytoparasitica, 46 (2): 223-232. 10.1007/s12600-018-0653-y
  31. Piesik, D., D. Rochat, J. Bocianowski and F. Marion-Poll (2018) Repellent Activity of Plants from the Genus Chenopodium to Ostrinia nubilalis Larvae. Plant Protection Science, 54 (4): 265-271. 10.17221/143/2017-pps
  32. Rebaudo, F., Q. Struelens and O. Dangles (2018) Modelling temperature-dependent development rate and phenology in arthropods: The DEVRATE package for R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9 (4): 1144-1150. 10.1111/2041-210x.12935
  33. Sougoufara, S., O. Thiaw, A. Cailleau, N. Diagne, M. Harry, C. Bouganali, P. M. Sembene, S. Doucoure and C. Sokhna (2018) The Impact of Periodic Distribution Campaigns of Long-Lasting Insecticidal-Treated Bed Nets on Malaria Vector Dynamics and Human Exposure in Dielmo, Senegal. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 98 (5): 1343-1352. 10.4269/ajtmh.17-0009
  34. Turissini, D. A., J. A. McGirr, S. S. Patel, J. R. David and D. R. Matute (2018) The Rate of Evolution of Postmating-Prezygotic Reproductive Isolation in Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 35 (2): 312-334. 10.1093/molbev/msx271
  35. Yanagawa, A., M. A. Chabaud, T. Imai and F. Marion-Poll (2018) Olfactory cues play a significant role in removing fungus from the body surface of Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 151: 144-150. 10.1016/j.jip.2017.11.011

 

Chapitres d’ouvrages

  1. Calatayud, P., N. Sauvion & D. Thiéry. 2018. Insect-Plant Interactions. In Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology, ed. D. Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bibliographie 2017

Articles dans des journaux à comité de lecture

  1. Abdel-Rahman, E. M., T. Landmann, R. Kyalo, G. Ong’amo, S. Mwalusepo, S. Sulieman & B. Le Ru (2017) Predicting stem borer density in maize using RapidEye data and generalized linear models. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 57, 61-74. [DOI : 10.1016/j.jag.2016.12.008]
  2. Anthelme, F., R. Meneses, N. Valero, P. Pozo & O. Dangles (2017) Fine nurse variations explain discrepancies in the stress-interactions relationship in alpine regions. Oikos, 126, 1173-1183. [DOI : 10.1111/oik.04248]
  3. Aribi, N., M. C. Oulhaci, S. Kilani-Morakchi, J. C. Sandoz, L. Kaiser, B. Denis & D. Joly (2017) Azadirachtin impact on mate choice, female sexual receptivity and male activity in Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 143, 95-101. [DOI : 10.1016/j.pestbp.2017.09.002]
  4. Arnal, A., C. Jacqueline, B. Ujvari, L. Leger, C. Moreno, D. Faugere, A. Tasiemski, C. Boidin-Wichlacz, D. Misse, F. Renaud, J. Montagne, A. Casali, B. Roche, F. Mery & F. Thomas (2017) Cancer brings forward oviposition in the fly Drosophila melanogaster. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 272-276. [DOI : 10.1002/ece3.2571]
  5. Assefa, Y., M. Goftishu, C. Capdevielle-Dulac & B. Le Ru (2017) Clarifying the source of Conicofrontia sesamoides Hampson (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) population in South African sugarcane using morphological identification and mitochondrial DNA analysis. Phytoparasitica, 45, 45-55. [DOI : 10.1007/s12600-017-0566-1]
  6. Badshah, H., F. Ullah, P. A. Calatayud, H. Ullah & B. Ahmad (2017a) Can toxicants used against cotton mealybug Phenacoccus solenopsis be compatible with an encyrtid parasitoid Aenasius bambawalei under laboratory conditions? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24, 5857-5867. [DOI : 10.1007/s11356-016-8293-6]
  7. Badshah, H., F. Ullah, H. Zada, Q. Zeb, R. Shah, P. Calatayud & N. Crickmore (2017b) Comparison of Phenacoccus solenopsis specimens from different regions of Pakistan using COI molecular barcoding (Hemiptera: pseudococcidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France. [DOI : 10.1080/00379271.2017.1358666]
  8. Bastin, F., H. Chole, G. Lafon & J.-C. Sandoz (2017a) Virgin queen attraction toward males in honey bees. Scientific Reports, 7. [DOI : 10.1038/s41598-017-06241-9]
  9. Bastin, F., F. Savarit, G. Lafon & J.-C. Sandoz (2017b) Age-specific olfactory attraction between Western honey bee drones (Apis mellifera) and its chemical basis. Plos One, 12. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0185949]
  10. Becheler, A., C. Coron & S. Dupas (2017) Quetzal – an open source C++ template library for coalescence-based environmental demogenetic models inference. BioRxiv, 214767.
  11. Becking, T., I. Giraud, M. Raimond, B. Moumen, C. Chandler, R. Cordaux & C. Gilbert (2017) Diversity and evolution of sex determination systems in terrestrial isopods. Scientific reports, 7, 1084. [DOI : 10.1038/s41598-018-25423-7]
  12. Benoist, R., C. Chantre, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, M. Bodet, F. Mougel, P. A. Calatayud, S. Dupas, E. Huguet, R. Jeannette, J. Obonyo, C. Odorico, J. F. Silvain, B. Le Ru & L. Kaiser (2017a) Relationship between oviposition, virulence gene expression and parasitism success in Cotesia typhae nov sp parasitoid strains. Genetica, 145, 469-479. [DOI : 10.1007/s10709-017-9987-5]
  13. Bouallegue, M., J. Filee, I. Kharrat, M. Mezghani-Khemakhem, J.-D. Rouault, M. Makni & P. Capy (2017a) Diversity and evolution of mariner-like elements in aphid genomes. Bmc Genomics, 18. [DOI : 10.1186/s12864-017-3856-6]
  14. Bouallegue, M., J.-D. Rouault, A. Hua-Van, M. Makni & P. Capy (2017b) Molecular Evolution of piggyBac Superfamily: From Selfishness to Domestication. Genome biology and evolution, 9, 323-339. [DOI :10.1093/gbe/evw292]
  15. Bronchain, O. J., A. Chesneau, A. H. Monsoro-Burq, P. Jolivet, E. Paillard, T. S. Scanlan, B. A. Demeneix, L. M. Sachs & N. Pollet (2017) Implication of thyroid hormone signaling in neural crest cells migration: Evidence from thyroid hormone receptor beta knockdown and NH3 antagonist studies. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 439, 233-246. [DOI : 10.1016/j.mce.2016.09.007]
  16. Buatois, A., C. Pichot, P. Schultheiss, J. C. Sandoz, C. R. Lazzari, L. Chittka, A. Avargues-Weber & M. Giurfa (2017) Associative visual learning by tethered bees in a controlled visual environment. Scientific Reports, 7, 19. [DOI : 10.1038/s41598-017-12631-w]
  17. Campagne, P., C. Capdevielle-Dulac, R. Pasquet, S. J. Cornell, M. Kruger, J. F. Silvain, B. LeRu & J. Van den Berg (2017) Genetic hitchhiking and resistance evolution to transgenic Bt toxins: insights from the African stalk borer Busseola fusca (Noctuidae). Heredity, 118, 330-339. [DOI : 10.1038/hdy.2016.104]
  18. Cardenas, R. E., D. A. Donoso, A. Argoti & O. Dangles (2017) Functional consequences of realistic extinction scenarios in Amazonian soil food webs. Ecosphere, 8. [DOI : 10.1002/ecs2.1692]
  19. Chavez-Galarza, J., L. Garnery, D. Henriques, C. J. Neves, W. Loucif-Ayad, J. S. Jonhston & M. Alice Pinto (2017) Mitochondrial DNA variation of Apis mellifera iberiensis: further insights from a large-scale study using sequence data of the tRNA(leu)-cox2 intergenic region. Apidologie, 48, 533-544. [DOI : 10.1007/s13592-017-0498-2]
  20. Comeault, A., A. Serrato-Capuchina, D. Turissini, P. McLaughlin, J. David & D. Matute (2017) A nonrandom subset of olfactory genes is associated with host preference in the fruit fly Drosophila orena. Evolution Letters, 1, 73-85.
  21. Cordaux, R. & C. Gilbert (2017) Evolutionary Significance of Wolbachia-to-Animal Horizontal Gene Transfer: Female Sex Determination and the f Element in the Isopod Armadillidium vulgare. Genes, 8. [DOI : 10.3390/genes8070186]
  22. Couto, A., A. Mitra, D. Thiery, F. Marion-Poll & J.-C. Sandoz (2017) Hornets Have It: A Conserved Olfactory Subsystem for Social Recognition in Hymenoptera? Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 11. [DOI : 10.3389/fnana.2017.00048]
  23. d’Ettorre, P., N. Deisig & J.-C. Sandoz (2017) Decoding ants’ olfactory system sheds light on the evolution of social communication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114, 8911-8913. [DOI : 10.1073/pnas.1711075114]
  24. Da Lage, J. L. (2017) An optional C-terminal domain is ancestral in alpha-amylases of bilaterian animals. Amylase, 1, 26-34.
  25. Dangles, O., A. Rabatel, M. Kraemer, G. Zeballos, A. Soruco, D. Jacobsen & F. Anthelme (2017) Ecosystem sentinels for climate change? Evidence of wetland cover changes over the last 30 years in the tropical Andes. Plos One, 12. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0175814]
  26. Denis, E., Kbiri, N., Mary, V., Claisse, G., Conde, E., Silva, N., Kreis M., Deveaux, Y. (2017). WOX14 promotes bioactive gibberellin synthesis and vascular cell differentiation in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal 90 (3), 560-57. [DOI : 10.1111/tpj.13513]
  27. Denis, B., G. Claisse, A. Le Rouzic, C. Wicker-Thomas, G. Lepennetier & D. Joly (2017) Male accessory gland proteins affect differentially female sexual receptivity and remating in closely related Drosophila species. Journal of Insect Physiology, 99, 67-77. [DOI : 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2017.03.008]
  28. Disdero, E. & J. Filee (2017) LoRTE: Detecting transposon-induced genomic variants using low coverage PacBio long read sequences. Mobile DNA, 8, 6. [DOI : 10.1186/s13100-017-0088-x]
  29. Faye, E., F. Rebaudo, C. Carpio, M. Herrera & O. Dangles (2017) Does heterogeneity in crop canopy microclimates matter for pests? Evidence from aerial high-resolution thermography. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 246, 124-133. [DOI : 10.1016/j.agee.2017.05.027]
  30. Fumey, J. & C. Wicker-Thomas (2017) Mutations at the Darkener of Apricot locus modulate pheromone production and sex behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Insect Physiology, 98, 182-187. [DOI : 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2017.01.005]
  31. Gilbert, C. & R. Cordaux (2017) Viruses as vectors of horizontal transfer of genetic material in eukaryotes. Current opinion in virology, 25, 16-22. [DOI : 10.1016/j.coviro.2017.06.005]
  32. Iturralde-Polit, P., O. Dangles, S. F. Burneo & C. N. Meynard (2017) The effects of climate change on a mega-diverse country: predicted shifts in mammalian species richness and turnover in continental Ecuador. Biotropica, 49, 821-831. [DOI : 10.1111/btp.12467]
  33. Kaiser, L., S. Dupas, A. Branca, E. A. Herniou, C. W. Clarke, C. C. Dulac, J. Obonyo, R. Benoist, J. Gauthier, P. A. Calatayud, J. F. Silvain & B. P. Le Ru (2017) The Cotesia sesamiae story: insight into host-range evolution in a Hymenoptera parasitoid and implication for its use in biological control programs. Genetica, 145, 455-468. [DOI : 10.1007/s10709-017-9989-3]
  34. Kaiser, L., J. Fernandez-Triana, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, C. Chantre, M. Bodet, F. Kaoula, R. Benoist, P.-A. Calatayud, S. Dupas, E. A. Herniou, R. Jeannette, J. Obonyo, J.-F. Silvain & B. Le Ru (2017) Systematics and biology of Cotesia typhae sp n. (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Microgastrinae), a potential biological control agent against the noctuid Mediterranean corn borer, Sesamia nonagrioides. Zookeys, 105-136. [DOI : 10.3897/zookeys.682.13016]
  35. Kankonda, O., B. Akaibe, S. Mbuya & B. Le Ru (2017) Response of maize stemborers and associated parasitoids to the spread of grasses in the rainforest zone of Kisangi, DR Congo: effect on stemborer biological control. Agricultural and forest entomology, In press. [DOI : 10.1111/afe.12238]
  36. Kankonda, O. M., B. D. Akaibe, B. Musyoka, Y. A. Bruce & B.-P. Le Ru (2017) Disturbance of the rainforest has the potential to enhance egg parasitism of lepidopteran noctuid stemborers in Kisangani, DR Congo. African Journal of Ecology, 55, 328-341. [DOI : 10.1111/aje.12357]
  37. Kankonda, O. M., B. D. Akaibe, G. O. Ong’amo & B. P. Le Ru (2017) Diversity of lepidopteran stemborers and their parasitoids on maize and wild host plants in the rain forest of Kisangani, DR Congo. Phytoparasitica, 45, 57-69. [DOI : 10.1007/s12600-017-0561-6]
  38. Kelomey, A., A. Paraiso, H. Sina, H. Legout, A. Adjanohoun, L. Garnery & L. Baba-Moussa (2017) Genetic variability of the mitochondrial DNA in honeybees (Apis mellifera L) from Benin. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, A7, 557-566.
  39. Kelomey, A. E., A. Paraiso, H. Sina, H. Legout, L. Garnery & L. Baba-Moussa (2017) Genetic characterization of the honeybee ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor from Benin (West Africa) using mitochondrial and microsatellite markers. Experimental and Applied Acarology, 72, 61-67. [DOI : 10.1007/s10493-017-0141-y]
  40. Kremmer, L., J. David, N. Borowiec, M. Thaon, N. Ris, M. Poirie & J. L. Gatti (2017a) The African fig fly Zaprionus indianus: a new invasive pest in France? Bulletin of Insectology, 70, 57-62.
  41. Kremmer, L., M. Thaon, N. Borowiec, J. David, M. Poirie, J.-L. Gatti & N. Ris (2017b) Field Monitoring of Drosophila suzukii and Associated Communities in South Eastern France as a Pre-Requisite for Classical Biological Control. Insects, 8. [DOI : 10.3390/insects8040124v]
  42. Le Ru, B., C. Capdevielle-Dulac, B. Musyoka, B. Pallangyo, M. Njaku, O. Mubenga, G. Chipabika, R. Ndemah, G. Bani, R. Molo, G. Ong’Amo, G. Kergoat, (2017) Phylogenetic analysis and systematics of the Acrapex unicolora Hampson species complex (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Apameini) with the description of five new species from the Afrotropics. European Journal of Taxonomy, 270, 1- 36. [DOI : 10.5852/ejt.2017.270]
  43. Le Ru, B., C. Capdevielle-Dulac, B. K. Musyoka, M. Goftishu, Y. Assefa, R. Ndemah, R. Molo, G. Chipabika, D. Conlong, G. Ong’amo & G. J. Kergoat (2017) Molecular phylogenetics and definition of the Acrapex minima Janse group (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Apameini, Sesamiina) with the description of four new species from the Afrotropics. Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France, 53, 219-235. [DOI : 10.1080/00379271.2017.1332959]
  44. Le Ru, B., C. Capdevielle-Dulac, B. K. Musyoka, B. Pallangyo, M. Njaku, M. Goftishu, Y. Assefa, M. Sezonlin, G. Ong’amo & G. J. Kergoat (2017) Phylogeny and systematics of the Acrapex apicestriata (Bethune-Baker, 1911) species complex (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Apameini, Sesamiina) with the description of eight new species from the Afrotropics. Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France, 53, 106-130. [DOI : 10.1080/00379271.2017.1320586]
  45. Lilioso, M., E. Ramos, F. Lopes rocha, J. Rabinovich, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, H. M, P. Marcet, J. Costa & C. Almeida (2017) High Triatoma brasiliensis densities and Trypanosoma cruzi prevalence in domestic and peri-domestic habitats in the state of rio Grande do Norte, Brazil: the source for Chagas disease outbreaks? The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 96, 1456-1459. [DOI : 10.4269/ajtmh.16-0823]
  46. Loiseau, V., I. Giraud, B. Federici, Y. Bigot, R. Cordaux & C. Gilbert (2017) Iridovirus IIV31: a remarkable terrestrial isopod pathogen. Virologie, 21, 147-149. [DOI : 10.1684/vir.2017.0694]
  47. Machado, S., J. P. Junges Dos Santos, P. M. Fonseca, A. R. Bolzan, J. David, E. L. Da Silva Loreto, M. S. Gottschalk & L. J. Robe (2017a) Neotropical mycophagous drosophilids (Diptera: Drosophilidae): DNA barcoding as a way of overcoming the taxonomic impediment. Insect Conservation and Diversity. [DOI : 10.1111/icad.12223]
  48. Machado, S., J. P. Junges dos Santos, P. M. Fonseca, A. R. Bolzan, J. David, E. L. da Silva Loreto, M. S. Gottschalk & L. J. Robe (2017b) Neotropical mycophagous drosophilids (Diptera: Drosophilidae): DNA barcoding as a way of overcoming the taxonomic impediment. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 10, 271-281. [DOI : 10.1111/icad.12223]
  49. Maharana, S. K., N. Pollet & G. Schlosser (2017) Identification of novel cis-regulatory elements of Eya1 in Xenopus laevis using BAC recombineering. Scientific Reports, 7, 11. [DOI : 10.1038/s41598-017-15153-7]
  50. Monceau, K., A. Tourat, M. Arca, O. Bonnard, G. Arnold & D. Thiery (2017) Daily and Seasonal Extranidal Behaviour Variations in the Invasive Yellow-Legged Hornet, Vespa velutina Lepeletier (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Journal of Insect Behavior, 30, 220-230. [DOI : 10.1007/s10905-017-9607-3]
  51. Muafor, F., A. Gnetegha, E. Dounias, P. Le Gall & P. Levang (2017) Palm weevil farming contributing to food security in sub-saharan Africa. In Insects as food and feed: from production to consumption, eds. A. van Huis & J. Tomberlin. Wageningen academic publishers.
  52. Mutamiswa, R., E. Moeng, B. P. Le Ru, D. E. Conlong, Y. Assefa, M. Goftishu & C. Nyamukondiwa (2017) Diversity and abundance of lepidopteran stem borer natural enemies in natural and cultivated habitats in Botswana. Biological Control, 115, 1-11. [DOI : 10.1016/j.biocontrol.2017.09.003]
  53. Nattier, R., C. Capdevielle-Dulac, C. Cassilde, A. Couloux, C. Cruaud, G. Lachaume, G. Lamas, J.-F. Silvain & P. Blandin (2017) Phylogeny and diversification of the cloud forest Morpho sulkowskyi group (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae) in the evolving Andes. Zoologica Scripta, 46, 459-472. [DOI : 10.1111/zsc.12226]
  54. Ntiri, E. S., P.-A. Calatayud, J. Van den Berg & B. P. Le Ru (2017) Density dependence and temporal plasticity of competitive interactions during utilisation of resources by a community of lepidopteran stemborer species. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 162, 272-283. [DOI : 10.1111/eea.12514]
  55. Peccoud, J., M. A. Chebbi, A. Cormier, B. Moumen, C. Gilbert, I. Marcade, C. Chandler & R. Cordaux (2017a) Untangling Heteroplasmy, Structure, and Evolution of an Atypical Mitochondrial Genome by PacBio Sequencing. Genetics. 207, 269-280. [DOI : 10.1534/genetics.117.203380]
  56. Peccoud, J., V. Loiseau, R. Cordaux & C. Gilbert (2017b) Massive horizontal transfer of transposable elements in insects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114, 4721-4726. [DOI : 10.1073/pnas.1621178114]
  57. Petit, C., S. Dupas, D. Thiery, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, B. Le Ru, M. Harry & P. A. Calatayud (2017) Do the mechanisms modulating host preference in holometabolous phytophagous insects depend on their host plant specialization? A quantitative literature analysis. Journal of Pest Science, 90, 797-805. [DOI : 10.1007/s10340-017-0833-4]
  58. Rebaudo, F., Q. Struelens, F. C. Condori & R. Quispe (2017) Relationship between temperature and development rate of Copitarsia incommoda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in the Bolivian Andes. Applied Entomology and Zoology, 52, 313-320. [DOI : 10.1007/s13355-017-0480-5]
  59. Rebaï, N., F. Rebaudo, J. Rebotier & O. Dangles (2017) Stratégies individuelles ou collectives? Logiques paysannes, production agricole et lutte contre les ravageurs des cultures dans les Andes équatoriennes. Vertigo, 16, 1 -25.
  60. Rodríguez-Machado, S., J. Ponxce de Leon, D. Casane & E. Garcia-Machado (2017) Morphology and genetics reveal the occurrence of Girardinus falcatus (Eigenmann, 1903) (Cyprinodontiformes, Poeciliidae) in eastern Cuba. Check List 13, 1059-1065.
  61. Rortais, A., G. Arnold, J.-L. Dorne, S. J. More, G. Sperandio, F. Streissl, C. Szentes & F. Verdonck (2017) Risk assessment of pesticides and other stressors in bees: Principles, data gaps and perspectives from the European Food Safety Authority. Science of the Total Environment, 587, 524-537. [DOI : 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.09.127]
  62. Rousset, M., C. Collet, T. Cens, F. Bastin, V. Raymond, I. Massou, C. Menard, J. B. Thibaud, M. Charreton, M. Vignes, M. Chahine, J. C. Sandoz & P. Charnet (2017) Honeybee locomotion is impaired by Am-Ca(V)3 low voltage-activated Ca2+ channel antagonist. Scientific Reports, 7. [DOI : 10.1038/srep41782]
  63. Saint-Leandre, B., I. Clavereau, A. Hua-Van & P. Capy (2017) Transcriptional polymorphism of piRNA regulatory genes underlies the mariner activity in Drosophila simulans testes. Molecular Ecology, 26, 3715-3731. [DOI : 10.1111/mec.14145]
  64. Sougoufara, S., S. Doucoure, P. M. B. Sembene, M. Harry & C. Sokhna (2017) Challenges for malaria vector control in sub-Saharan Africa: Resistance and behavioral adaptations in Anopheles populations. Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, 54, 4-15.
  65. Sougoufara, S., C. Sokhna, N. Diagne, S. Doucoure, P. M. Sembene & M. Harry (2017) The implementation of long-lasting insecticidal bed nets has differential effects on the genetic structure of the African malaria vectors in the Anopheles gambiae complex in Dielmo, Senegal. Malaria Journal, 16, 13.  [DOI : 10.1186/s12936-017-1992-8]
  66. Spirhanzlova, P., S. Dhorne-Pollet, J. S. Fellah, C. Da Silva, T. Tlapakova, K. Labadie, J. Weissenbach, J. Poulain, T. Jaffredo, P. Wincker, V. Krylov & N. Pollet (2017) Construction and characterization of a BAC library for functional genomics in Xenopus tropicalis. Developmental Biology, 426, 255-260. [DOI : 10.1016/j.ydbio.2016.05.015]
  67. Struelens, Q., K. G. Pomar, S. L. Herrera, G. N. Huanca, O. Dangles & F. Rebaudo (2017) Market access and community size influence pastoral management of native and exotic livestock species: A case study in communities of the Cordillera Real in Bolivia’s high Andean wetlands. Plos One,12, 16. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0189409]
  68. Sueur, C. & F. Mery (2017) Editorial: Social Interaction in Animals: Linking Experimental Approach and Social Network Analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 3. [DOI : 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00035]
  69. Sánchez-Alcañiz, J., Zappia, G, F. Marion-Poll & R. Benton (2017) A mechanosensory receptor required for food texture detection in Drosophila. Nature Communications, 8, 14192. [DOI : 10.1038/ncomms14192
  70. Thomas, F., C. Jacqueline, T. Tissot, M. Henard, S. Blanchet, G. Loot, E. Dawson, F. Mery, F. Renaud, J. Montagne, C. Beckmann, P. A. Biro, R. Hamede & B. Ujvari (2017) The importance of cancer cells for animal evolutionary ecology. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1, 1592-1595. [DOI : 10.1038/s41559-017-0343-z]
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Liste des publications 2016

Articles de journaux à comité de lecture

  1. Almeida, C. E., L. Faucher, M. Lavina, J. Costa & M. Harry (2016) Molecular Individual-Based Approach on Triatoma brasiliensis: Inferences on Triatomine Foci, Trypanosoma cruzi Natural Infection Prevalence, Parasite Diversity and Feeding Sources. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, [DOI : 10. 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004447]
  2. Badshah, H., F. Ullah, P. A. Calatayud & N. Crickmore (2016) Host stage preference and parasitism behaviour of Aenasius bambawalei an encyrtid parasitoid of Phenacoccus solenopsis. Biocontrol Science and Technology, 26, 1605-1616. [DOI : 10.1080/09583157.2016.1223836]
  3. Baez, S., D. A. Donoso, S. A. Queenborough, L. Jaramillo, R. Valencia & O. Dangles (2016) Ant Mutualism Increases Long-Term Growth and Survival of a Common Amazonian Tree. American Naturalist, 188, 567-575. [DOI : 10.1086/688401]
  4. Ben Lazhar-Ajroud, W., A. Caruso, M. Mezghani, M. Bouallegue, E. Tastard, F. Denis, J.-D. Rouault, H. Makni, P. Capy, B. Chenais, M. Makni & N. Casse (2016) Characterization of irritans mariner-like elements in the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae (Diptera: Tephritidae): evolutionary implications. Science of Nature, 103. [DOI : 10.1007/s00114-016-1391-y]
  5. Calatayud, P., E. Njuguna & G. Juma (2016) Silica in insect-plant interactions. Entomology, Ornithology, and Herpetology, 5, 4.
  6. Calatayud, P.-A., S. Dupas, B. Frerot, G. Genestier, P. Ahuya, C. Capdevielle-Dulac & B. Le Ru (2016) Relationships of Reproductive Traits With the Phylogeny of the African Noctuid Stem Borers. International journal of insect science, 8, 95-103.
  7. Calatayud, P. A., E. Njuguna, S. Mwalusepo, M. Gathara, G. Okuku, A. Kibe, B. Musyoka, D. Williamson, G. Ong’amo, G. Juma, T. Johansson, S. Subramanian, E. Gatebe & B. Le Ru (2016) Can climate-driven change influence silicon assimilation by cereals and hence the distribution of lepidopteran stem borers in East Africa? Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 224, 95-103. [DOI : 10.1016/j.agee.2016.03.040]
  8. Calatayud, P. A., C. Petit, N. Burlet, S. Dupas, N. Glaser, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, B. Le Ru, E. Jacquin-Joly, L. Kaiser-Arnauld, M. Harry & C. Vieira (2016d) Is genome size of Lepidoptera linked to host plant range? Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 159, 354-361. [DOI : 10.1111/eea.12446]
  9. Campagne, P., P. E. Smouse, R. Pasquet, J. F. Silvain, B. Le Ru & J. Van den Berg (2016) Impact of violated high-dose refuge assumptions on evolution of Bt resistance. Evolutionary Applications, 9, 596-607. [DOI : 10.1111/eva.12355]
  10. Carcaud, J., M. Giurfa & J. C. Sandoz (2016) Parallel Olfactory Processing in the Honey Bee Brain: Odor Learning and Generalization under Selective Lesion of a Projection Neuron Tract. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 9. [DOI : 10.3389/fnint.2015.00075]
  11. Casane, D. & P. Laurenti(2016) The CRISPR case. M S-Medecine Sciences, 32, 640-645. [DOI : 10.1051/medsci/20163206029]
  12. Casane, D. & S. Retaux (2016) Evolutionary Genetics of the Cavefish Astyanax mexicanus. Genetics, Genomics and Phenomics of Fish, 95, 117-159. [DOI : 10.1016/bs.adgen.2016.03.001]
  13. Castellanos-Gell J., Robainas-Barcia A., Pina-Amargós F., Chevalier-Monteagudo P., Metcalfe C., Franco Molina W., Casane D., García-Machado E. (2016) Genetic diversity of reef fishes around Cuba: A multi-species assessment. Marine Biology 163:165. [DOI : 10.1007/s00227-016-2935-6]
  14. Cauvy-Fraunie, S., P. Andino, R. Espinosa, R. Calvez, D. Jacobsen & O. Dangles (2016) Ecological responses to experimental glacier-runoff reduction in alpine rivers. Nature Communications, 7. [DOI : 10.1038/ncomms12025]
  15. Claisse, G., G. Feller, M. Bonneau & J.-L. Da Lage (2016) A single amino-acid substitution toggles chloride dependence of the alpha-amylase paralog amyrel in Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila virilis species. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 75, 70-77. [DOI : 10.1016/j.ibmb.2016.06.003]
  16. Couto, A., B. Lapeyre, D. Thiery & J.-C. Sandoz (2016) Olfactory Pathway of the Hornet Vespa velutina: New Insights Into the Evolution of the Hymenopteran Antennal Lobe. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 524, 2335-2359. [DOI : 10.1002/cne.23975]
  17. Crespo-Perez, V., P. Andino, R. Espinosa, O. Dangles & D. Jacobsen (2016) The altitudinal limit of Leptohyphes Eaton, 1882 and Lachlania Hagen, 1868 (Ephemeroptera: Leptohyphidae, Oligoneuriidae) in Ecuadorian Andes streams: searching for mechanisms. Aquatic Insects, 37, 69-86. [DOI : 10.1080/01650424.2015.1109128]
  18. Dangles, O., J. Loirat, C. Freour, S. Serre, J. Vacher & X. Le Roux (2016a) Research on Biodiversity and Climate Change at a Distance: Collaboration Networks between Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean. Plos One, 11, 19. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0157441]
  19. Faye, E., O. Dangles & S. Pincebourde (2016) Distance makes the difference in thermography for ecological studies. Journal of Thermal Biology, 56, 1-9. [DOI : 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2015.11.011]
  20. Faye, E., F. Rebaudo, D. Yanez-Cajo, S. Cauvy-Fraunie & O. Dangles (2016) A toolbox for studying thermal heterogeneity across spatial scales: from unmanned aerial vehicle imagery tolandscape metrics. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 437-446. [DOI : 10.1111/2041-210X.12488]
  21. Foucaud, J., C. Moreno, M. Pascual, E. L. Rezende, L. E. Castaneda, P. Gibert & F. Mery (2016) Introduced Drosophila subobscura populations perform better than native populations during an oviposition choice task due to increased fecundity but similar learning ability. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 1725-1736. [DOI : 10.1002/ece3.2015]
  22. Goftishu, M., Y. Assefa, C. Fininsa, A. Niba, C. Capdevielle-Dulac & B. P. Le Ru (2016a) Phylogeography of Sesamia cretica Lederer (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Phytoparasitica, 44, 641-650. [DOI : 10.1007/s12600-016-0556-8]
  23. Helleu, Q., P. Gérard, R. Dubruille, D. Ogereau, B. Prud’homme, B. Loppin & M. Montchamp-Moreau (2016) Rapid evolution of a Y-chromosome heterochromatin protein underlies sex chromosome meiotic drive. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 113, 4110-4115.
  24. Hernandez, D., D. Casane, P. Chevalier-Monteagudo, L. Bernatchez & E. Garcia-Machado (2016) Go West: A One Way Stepping-Stone Dispersion Model for the Cavefish Lucifuga dentata in Western Cuba. Plos One, 11. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0153545]
  25. Iacovone, A., A. S. French, F. Tellier, A. Cusumano, G. Clement, C. Gaertner, E. Conti, G. Salerno & F. Marion-Poll (2016) The role of contact chemoreception in the host location process of an egg parasitoid. Journal of Insect Physiology, 91-92, 63-75. [DOI : 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2016.07.001]
  26. Juma, G., G. Clement, P. Ahuya, A. Hassanali, S. Derridj, C. Gaertner, R. Linard, B. Le Ru, B. Frerot & P.-A. Calatayud (2016) Influence of Host-Plant Surface Chemicals on the Oviposition of the Cereal Stemborer Busseola Fusca. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 42, 394-403. [DOI : 10.1007/s10886-016-0704-0]
  27. Kwon, H., M. A. Agha, R. C. Smith, R. J. Nachman, F. Marion-Poll & P. V. Pietrantonio (2016) Leucokinin mimetic elicits aversive behavior in mosquito Aedes aegypti (L.) and inhibits the sugar taste neuron. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113, 6880-6885. [DOI : 10.1073/pnas.1520404113]
  28. Lack, J. B., A. Yassin, Q. D. Sprengelmeyer, E. J. Johanning, J. R. David & J. E. Pool (2016) Life history evolution and cellular mechanisms associated with increased size in high-altitude Drosophila. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 5893-5906. [DOI : 10.1002/ece3.2327]
  29. Le Rouzic, A. & J. M. Alvarez-Castro (2016a) Epistasis-Induced Evolutionary Plateaus in Selection Responses. American Naturalist, 188, E134-E150. [DOI : 10.1086/688893]
  30. Lindholm, A. K., K. A. Dyer, R. C. Firman, L. Fishman, W. Forstmeier, L. Holman, H. Johannesson, U. Knief, H. Kokko, A. M. Larracuente, A. Manser, C. Montchamp-Moreau, V. G. Petrosyan, A. Pomiankowski, D. C. Presgraves, L. D. Safronova, A. Sutter, R. L. Unckless, R. L. Verspoor, N. Wedell, G. S. Wilkinson & T. A. R. Price (2016) The Ecology and Evolutionary Dynamics of Meiotic Drive. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 31, 315-326. [DOI : 10.1016/j.tree.2016.02.001]
  31. Marchant, A., F. Mougel, E. Jacquin-Joly, J. Costa, C. E. Almeida & M. Harry (2016) Under-Expression of Chemosensory Genes in Domiciliary Bugs of the Chagas Disease Vector Triatoma brasiliensis. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pntd.0005067]
  32. Marchant, A., F. Mougel, V. Mendonca, M. Quartier, E. Jacquin-Joly, J. A. da Rosa, E. Petit & M. Harry (2016) Comparing de novo and reference-based transcriptome assembly strategies by applying them to the blood-sucking bug Rhodnius prolixus. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 69, 25-33. [DOI : 10.1016/j.ibmb.2015.05.009]
  33. Meyin A Ebong, S., E. Petit, P. Le Gall, P.-P. Chen, N. Nieser, E. Guilbert, F. Njiokou, L. Marsollier, J.-F. Guegan, D. Pluot-Sigwalt, S. Eyangoh & M. Harry (2016) Molecular Species Delimitation and Morphology of Aquatic and Sub-Aquatic Bugs (Heteroptera) in Cameroon. PloS one, 11, e0154905-e0154905. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0154905]
  34. Midingoyi, S.-k. G., H. D. Affognon, I. Macharia, G. Ong’amo, E. Abonyo, G. Ogola, H. De Groote & B. LeRu (2016) Assessing the long-term welfare effects of the biological control of cereal stemborer pests in East and Southern Africa: Evidence from Kenya, Mozambique and Zambia. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 230, 10-23. [DOI : 10.1016/j.agee.2016.05.026]
  35. Ndjomatchoua, F. T., C. Tchawoua, F. M. M. Kakmeni, B. P. Le Ru & H. E. Z. Tonnang (2016) Waves transmission and amplification in an electrical model of microtubules. Chaos, 26, 9. [DOI : 10.1063/1.4952573]
  36. Ndjomatchoua, F. T., H. E. Z. Tonnang, C. Plantamp, P. Campagne, C. Tchawoua & B. P. Le Ru (2016) Spatial and temporal spread of maize stem borer Busseola fusca (Fuller) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) damage in smallholder farms. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 235, 105-118. [DOI : 10.1016/j.agee.2016.10.013]
  37. Ntiri, S., P. A. Calatayud, J. Van den Berg, F. Schulthess & B. P. Le Ru (2016) Influence of Temperature on Intra- and Interspecific Resource Utilization within a Community of Lepidopteran Maize Stemborers. Plos One, 11. [DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0148735]
  38. Overholt, W. A., P. Hidayat, B. Le Ru, K. Takasu, J. Goolsby, A. Racelis, A. Burrel, D. Amali, M. Sedani & J. Cuda (2016) Potential biological control agents for management of cogongrass [Imperata cylindrica (L.) P. Beauv. (Poaceae)] in the southeastern USA. Florida Entomologist, 99, 734-739. [DOI : 10.1653/024.099.0425]
  39. Pasquaretta, C., M. Battesti, E. Klenschi, C. A. H. Bousquet, C. Sueur & F. Mery (2016) How social network structure affects decision-making in Drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society, 283. [DOI : 10.1098/rspb.2015.2954]
  40. Philippe, A.-S., R. Jeanson, C. Pasquaretta, F. Rebaudo, C. Sueur & F. Mery (2016) Genetic variation in aggregation behaviour and interacting phenotypes in Drosophila. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society, 283. [DOI : 10.1098/rspb.2015.2967]
  41. Pincebourde, S., R. Montufar, E. Paez & O. Dangles (2016) Heat production by an Ecuadorian palm. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14, 571-572. [DOI : 10.1002/fee.1442]
  42. Pincebourde, S., R. Montufar, E. Pez & O. Dangles (2016) The discovery of heat production by an ecuadorian palm. Frontiers in ecology and the Environment, 14, 571-572. [DOI : 10.1002/fee.1442]
  43. Quenta, E., J. Molina-Rodriguez, K. Gonzales, F. Rebaudo, J. Casas, D. Jacobsen & O. Dangles (2016) Direct and indirect effects of glaciers on aquatic biodiversity in high Andean peatlands. Global Change Biology, 22, 3196-3205. [DOI : 10.1111/gcb.13310]
  44. Rebaudo, F., E. Faye & O. Dangles (2016) Microclimate Data Improve Predictions of Insect Abundance Models Based on Calibrated Spatiotemporal Temperatures. Frontiers in Physiology, 7. [DOI : 10.3389/fphys.2016.00139]
  45. Renneville, C., A. Le Rouzic, M. Baylac, A. Millot, S. Loisel & E. Edeline (2016) Morphological drivers of trophic cascades. Oikos, 125, 1193-1202. [DOI : 10.1111/oik.02877]
  46. Robillard, E., A. Le Rouzic, Z. Zhang, P. Capy & A. Hua-Van (2016) Experimental evolution reveals hyperparasitic interactions among transposable elements. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113, 14763-14768. [DOI : 10.1073/pnas.1524143113]
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  49. Sougoufara, S., M. Harry, S. Doucoure, P. M. Sembene & C. Sokhna (2016) Shift in species composition in the Anopheles gambiae complex after implementation of long-lasting insecticidal nets in Dielmo, Senegal. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 30, 365-368. [DOI : 10.1111/mve.12171]
  50. Teseo, S., L. Veerus, C. Moreno & F. Mery (2016) Sexual harassment induces a temporary fitness cost but does not constrain the acquisition of environmental information in fruit flies. Biology Letters, 12.
  51. Tissier, J., J. C. Rage, R. Boistel, V. Fernandez, N. Pollet, G. Garcia & M. Laurin (2016) Synchrotron analysis of a ‘mummified’ salamander (Vertebrata: Caudata) from the Eocene of Quercy, France. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 177, 147-164. [DOI : 10.1111/zoj.12341]
  52. Tissot, T., A. Arnal, C. Jacqueline, R. Poulin, T. Lefevre, F. Mery, F. Renaud, B. Roche, F. Massol, M. Salzet, P. Ewald, A. Tasiemski, B. Ujvari & F. Thomas (2016) Host manipulation by cancer cells: Expectations, facts, and therapeutic implications. Bioessays, 38, 276-285. [DOI : 10.1002/bies.201500163]
  53. Ujvari, B., C. Beckmann, P. A. Biro, A. Arnal, A. Tasiemski, F. Massol, M. Salzet, F. Mery, C. Boidin-Wichlacz, D. Misse, F. Renaud, M. Vittecoq, T. Tissot, B. Roche, R. Poulin & F. Thomas (2016) Cancer and life-history traits: lessons from host-parasite interactions. Parasitology, 143, 533-41. [DOI : 10.1017/S0031182016000147]
  54. Ulmo-Diaz, G., J. Castellanos-Gell, J. Ponce de Leon, D. Casane, A. Hurtado & E. Garcia-Machado (2016) Evidence of very low genetic diversity of cuban gar (Atractosteus tristoechus). Revista investigaciones Marinas, 36, 16-23.
  55. Vanhecke, C., P. Le-Gall, M. Le Breton & D. Malvy (2016) Human pentastomiasis in Sub-Saharan Africa. Medecine Et Maladies Infectieuses, 46, 269-275. [DOI : 10.1016/j.medmal.2016.02.006]
  56. Wallau, G. L., P. Capy, E. Loreto, A. Le Rouzic & A. Hua-Van (2016) VHICA, a New Method to Discriminate between Vertical and Horizontal Transposon Transfer: Application to the Mariner Family within Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 33, 1094-1109. [DOI : 10.1093/molbev/msv341]
  57. Yassin, A., H. Bastide, H. Chung, M. Veuille, J. R. David & J. E. Pool (2016a) Ancient balancing selection at tan underlies female colour dimorphism in Drosophila erecta. Nature Communications, 7. [DOI : 10.1038/ncomms10400]
  58. Yassin, A. & J. R. David (2016) Within-species reproductive costs affect the asymmetry of satyrization in Drosophila. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29, 455-460. [DOI : 10.1111/jeb.12784]
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Chapitres d’ouvrages

  1. Carton, Y. 2016. Le laboratoire de photobiologie de Gif (1957-1967), Espoir et déception pour la génétique française. In Histoire d’une cité scientifique: le campus du CNRS à Gif-sur-Yvette (1946-2016). CNRS éditions.
  2. Dangles, O. 2016. Reforzar la seguridad alimentaria de las communidades andinas frente al cambio climatico. In El Misionero des Agro, 88-92.
  3. Dangles, O., J. Loirat & X. Le Roux. 2016. Mapping the collaboration between Europe and latin America/Caribbean for reserach on biodiversity. In ALCUE NET. BiodivERsA, 24 pp.
  4. Kaiser, L., P. Ode, S. van Nouhuys, P. Calatayud, S. Colazza, A. Cortesero, A. Thiel & J. Van Barren. 2016. The plant as habitat for entomophagous insects. In insect-plant interactions in a crop protection perspective. In Advances in botanical research, eds. N. Sauvion, P. Calatayud & D. Thiery.
  5. Le Gall, P. (2016) Les coléoptères dans l’alimentation de l’Homme. Pp 223-236 in : Motte-Florac E. & Le Gall P. (Eds) : Savoureux insectes. De l’aliment traditionnel à l’innovation gastronomique. Coll Tables des hommes. eds. E. Motte-Florac & P. Le Gall Presses Universitaire de Rennes, Presses Universitaire Francois Rabelais, IRD.
  6. Le Gall, P. (2016) Perspectives sur la consommation et la production d’insectes dans les sociétés modernes PP391-400. In Savoureux insectes. De l’aliment traditionnel à l’innovation gastronomique. Coll Table des hommes, eds. E. Motte-Florac & P. Le Gall. Presses universitaires de Rennes, Presses universitaires François Rabelais, IRD.

 

Livres

  1. Carton, Y. 2016. Histoire de l’entomologie – Relations entre biologistes français et américains 1830-1940.: ISTE editions.
  2. Faure, D. & D. Joly. 2016a. Insight on Environmental Genomics: the high-thoughtput sequencing revolution. ISTE Editions.
  3. Faure, D. & D. Joly. 2016b. La génomique environnementale: la révolution du séquençage à haut débit. ISTE Editions.
  4. Motte-Florac, E. & P. Le Gall. 2016. Savoureux insectes. De l’aliment traditionnel à l’innovation gastronomique.: Presses universitaires de Rennes, Presses universitaires François Rabelais, IRD.

 

Autres (rapports, sites web…)

  1. Arnold, G. (2016).Rapport de l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA) :Assessing the health status of managed honeybee colonies (HEALTHY-B): a toolbox to facilitate harmonised data collection. EFSA Journal 2016,14(10):4578. [DOI : 10.2903/j.efsa.2016.4578]
  2. Arnold, G. (2016). Rapport de l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA) : A mechanistic model to assess risks to honeybee colonies from exposure to pesticides under different scenarios of combined stressors and factors. EFSA Supporting publication, 2016, 13:7. [DOI : 10.2903/sp.efsa.2016.EN-1069]
  3. Barot, S., J. Martin, F. Sarrazin, J. Silvain & C. Thébaud (2016) Erosion de la Biodiversité: le scepticisme n’est pas une réponse. Tribune, Le Monde, 15 avril 2016.
  4. Pàez, S. (2016) Una flora endotérmica en los Andes del Ecuador. Nuestra Ciencia, 18,8-11.
  5. Silvain, J. (2016). L’IPBES, une ambition qui se concrétise et des limites qui s’imposent, ou quand les décideurs ne peuvent se cacher derrière les scientifiques. http://www.fondationbiodiversite.fr/fr/societe/avec-la-societe/appui-a-la-decision/interfaces-internationales/ipbes/breves-4eme-session-pleniere-ipbes.html.
  6. Silvain, J.-F. (2016) L’IPBES, une ambition qui se concrétise et des limites qui s’imposent, ou quand les décideurs en peuvent se cacher derrière les scientifiques. fondation biodiversite.http://www.fondationbiodiversite.fr/fr/societe/avec-la-societe/appui-a-la-decision/interfaces-internationales/ipbes/breves-4eme-session-pleniere-ipbes.html
  7. Silvain, J.-F (2016) Les premières évaluations de L’IPBES sont-elles à la hauteur des attentes de chercheurs ? fondation biodiversite.

 

Vulgarisation

  1. Barot S, Martin J, Sarrazin F, Silvain J, Thébaud C. 2016. Erosion de la Biodiversité: le scepticisme n’est pas une réponse. Tribune le Monde, 15 avril 2016
  2.   Pàez S, Pincebourde S, Montufar R, Dangles O. 2016. Una flora endotérmica en los Andes del Ecuador. Nuestra Ciencia 18,8-11

 

 

Rapports d’expertise

  1. Arnold G et coauteurs. 2016. Rapport de l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA) A mechanistic model to assess risks to honeybee colonies from exposure to pesticides under different scenarios of combined stressors and factors. EFSA Supporting publication.
  2. Arnold G et coauteurs. 2016. Rapport de l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA). Assessing the health status of managed honeybees colonies (HEALTHY-B): a toolbox to facilitate harmonised data collection.EFSA Journal 2016.
  3. Dangles O. 2016. Reforzar la seguridad alimentaria de las communidades andinas frente al cambio climatico. El Misionero del Agro. 12 :88-92
  4. Dangles O, Loirat J, Le Roux X. 2016. Mapping the collaboration between Europe and Latin America/Carribean for research on biodiversity. ALCUE NET- BiodivERsA report, 24 pp
  5. Silvain J-F. 2016. L’IPBES, une ambition qui se concrétise et des limites qui s’imposent, ou quand les décideurs en peuvent se cacher derrière les scientifiques. Fondation biodiversite
  6. Silvain J-F. 2016. Les premières évaluations de L’IPBES sont-elles à la hauteur des attentes de chercheurs ? Fondation biodiversite

 

 

Bibliographie EGCE 2015

Articles de journaux à comité de lecture

  1. Arca M, Mougel F, Guillemaud T, Dupas S, Rome Q, et al. 2015. Reconstructing the invasion and the demographic history of the yellow-legged hornet, Vespa velutina, in Europe. Biological Invasions 17:2357-71
  2. Badshah H, Ullah F, Farid A, Calatayud P, Crickmore N. 2015. Toxicity of neem seed Azadirachta indica Juss (Meliaceae) différent solvent extracts against cotton mealybug. Phenacoccus solenopsis Tinsley (Sternorrhincha: Pseudococcidae) under a laboratory conditions. Journal od Entomology and Zoology Studies 3:45-9
  3. Battesti M, Moreno C, Joly D, Mery F. 2015. Biased social transmission in Drosophila oviposition choice. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69:83-7
  4. Battesti M, Pasquaretta C, Moreno C, Teseo S, Joly D, et al. 2015. Ecology of information: social transmission dynamics within groups of non-social insects. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282
  5. Bertrand B, Alburaki M, Legout H, Moulin S, Mougel F, Garnery L. 2015. MtDNA COI-COII marker and drone congregation area: An efficient method to establish and monitor honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) conservation centres. Molecular Ecology Resources 15:673-83
  6. Bontonou G, Shaik HA, Denis B, Wicker-Thomas C. 2015. Acp70A regulates Drosophila pheromones through juvenile hormone induction. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 56:36-49
  7. Calatayud P, Ahuya P, Goutte S, Le Ru B. 2015. The first hours in the life of a Busseola fusca (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larva. Entomology, Ornithology, Herpetology 4
  8. Carcaud J, Giurfa M, Sandoz J-C. 2015. Differential Combinatorial Coding of Pheromones in Two Olfactory Subsystems of the Honey Bee Brain. Journal of Neuroscience 35:4157-67
  9. Casane D, Fumey J, Laurenti P. 2015. ENCODE apophenia or a panglossian analysis of the human genome. M S-Medecine Sciences 31:680-6
  10.  Cauvy-Fraunie S, Andino P, Espinosa R, Jacobsen D, Dangles O. 2015. Temporal scaling of high flow effects on benthic fauna: insights from equatorial glacier-fed streams. Limnology and Oceanography
  11. Cens T, Rousset M, Collet C, Charreton M, Garnery L, et al. 2015. Molecular characterization and functional expression of the Apis mellifera voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 58:12-27
  12. Charreton M, Decourtye A, Henry M, Rodet G, Sandoz J-C, et al. 2015. A Locomotor Deficit Induced by Sublethal Doses of Pyrethroid and Neonicotinoid Insecticides in the Honeybee Apis mellifera. Plos One 10
  13. Chole H, Junca P, Sandoz JC. 2015. Appetitive but not aversive olfactory conditioning modifies antennal movements in honeybees. Learning & Memory 22:604-16
  14. Colombo BM, Scalvenzi T, Benlamara S, Pollet N. 2015. Microbiota and mucosal immunity in amphibians. Frontiers in Immunology 6
  15. Debiais-Thibaud M, Chiori R, Enault S, Oulion S, Germon I, et al. 2015. Tooth and scale morphogenesis in shark: an alternative process to the mammalian enamel knot system. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:292
  16. Denis B, Le Rouzic A, Wicker-Thomas C. 2015. Hydrocarbon patterns and mating behaviour in populations of Drosophila yacuba. Insects 6:897-911
  17. Devaud JM, Papouin T, Carcaud J, Sandoz JC, Grunewald B, Giurfa M. 2015. Neural substrate for higher-order learning in an insect: Mushroom bodies are necessary for configural discriminations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112:E5854-E62
  18. Enault S, Munoz D, Silva W, Borday-Birraux V, Bonade M, et al. 2015. Molecular footprinting of skeletal tissues in the catshark Scyliorhinus canicula and the clawed frog Xenopus tropicalis identifies conserved and derived features of vertebral calcification. Frontiers in genetics 6:283
  19. French A, Agha MA, Mitra A, Yanagawa A, Sellier MJ, Marion-Poll F. 2015. Drosophila Bitter Taste(s). Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 9
  20. French AS, Sellier M-J, Moutaz AA, Guigue A, Chabaud M-A, et al. 2015. Dual Mechanism for Bitter Avoidance in Drosophila (vol 35, pg 3990, 2015). Journal of Neuroscience 35:7655-
  21. Garrido D, Rubin T, Poidevin M, Maroni B, Le Rouzic A, et al. 2015. Fatty Acid Synthase Cooperates with Glyoxalase 1 to Protect against Sugar Toxicity. Plos Genetics 11
  22. Gibert Y, Samarut E, Pasco-Viel E, Bernard L, Borday-Birraux V, et al. 2015. Altered retinoic acid signalling underpins dentition evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282
  23. Glaser N, Gallot A, Legeai F, Myriam M, Kaiser L, et al. 2015. Differential expression of the chemosensory transcriptome in two populations of the stemborer Sesamia nonagrioides. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 65:28-34
  24. Hinaux H, Blin M, Fumey J, Legendre L, Heuze A, et al. 2015. Lens Defects in Astyanax mexicanus Cavefish: Evolution of Crystallins and a Role for alphaA-Crystallin. Developmental Neurobiology 75:505-21
  25. Juma G, Ahuya PO, Ong’amo G, Le Ru B, Magoma G, et al. 2015. Influence of plant silicon in Busseola fusca (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae – Poaceae interactions. Bulletin of Entomological Research 105:253-8
  26. Junca P, Sandoz JC. 2015. Heat Perception and Aversive Learning in Honey Bees: Putative Involvement of the Thermal/Chemical Sensor AmHsTRPA. Frontiers in Physiology 6
  27. Kaiser L, Le Ru BP, Kaoula F, Paillusson C, Capdevielle-Dulac C, et al. 2015. Ongoing ecological speciation in Cotesia sesamiae, a biological control agent of cereal stem borers. Evolutionary Applications 8:807-20
  28. Kergoat G, Toussaint E, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Clamens A, Ong’Amo G, et al. 2015. Integrative taxonomy reveals six new species related to the mediterranean corn stalk borer Sesamia nonagrioides (Lefebvre) (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Sesamiina). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 175:244-70
  29. Kergoat G, Toussaint E, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Clamens A, Ong’Amo G, et al. 2015. Morphological, molecular and ecological evidence reveals six new species related to the western corn stalk borer Sesamia nonagroides (Lefebvre) (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Sesamiina). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 175:244-70
  30. Kharrat I, Mezghani M, Casse N, Denis F, Caruso A, et al. 2015. Characterization of mariner-like transposons of the mauritiana Subfamily in seven tree aphid species. Genetica 143:63-72
  31. Lacovone A, Salerno G, French A, Conti E, Marion-Poll F. 2015. Antennal gustatory perception and behavioural responses in Trissolcus brochymenae females. Journal of insect Physiology 78:15-25
  32. Landier J, Constantin de Magny G, Garchitorena A, Guegan J, Gaudart J, et al. 2015. A high-risk season for Buruli ulcer in Africa? Analysis of a ten-year cohort from Cameroon. Emerging Infectious Desease 21:1414-7
  33. Landier J, de Magny GC, Garchitorena A, Guegan J-F, Gaudart J, et al. 2015. Seasonal Patterns of Buruli Ulcer Incidence, Central Africa, 2002-2012. Emerging Infectious Diseases 21:1414-7
  34. Le Rouzic A, Hansen TF, Gosden TP, Svensson EI. 2015. Evolutionary Time-Series Analysis Reveals the Signature of Frequency-Dependent Selection on a Female Mating Polymorphism. American Naturalist 185:E182-E96
  35. Loucif-Ayad W, Achou M, Legout H, Alburaki M, Garnery L. 2015. Genetic assessment of Algerian honeybee populations by microsatellite markers. Apidologie 46:392-402
  36. Marchant A, Mougel F, Almeida C, Jacquin-Joly E, Costa J, Harry M. 2015. De novo transcriptome assembly for a non-model species, the blood-sucking bug Triatoma brasiliensis, a vector of Chagas disease. Genetica 143:225-39
  37. Mitra A, Nettimi RP, Ramachandran A, Saha P, Gadagkar R. 2015. Males and females of the social wasp Ropalidia marginata do not differ in their cuticular hydrocarbon profiles and do not seem to use any long-distance volatile mate attraction cues. Insectes Sociaux 62:281-9
  38. Mwalusepo S, Tonnang HEZ, Massawe ES, Okuku GO, Khadioli N, et al. 2015. Predicting the Impact of Temperature Change on the Future Distribution of Maize Stem Borers and Their Natural Enemies along East African Mountain Gradients Using Phenology Models. Plos One 10
  39. Naville M, Chalopin D, Casane D, Laurenti P, Volff J. 2015. The coelacanthe: can a « living fossil » have active transposon elements in its genome? Mobile Genetic Elements 5:55-9
  40. Nepoux V, Babin A, Haag C, Kawecki TJ, Le Rouzic A. 2015. Quantitative genetics of learning ability and resistance to stress in Drosophila melanogaster. Ecology and Evolution 5:543-56
  41. Njuguna E, Gathara M, Nadir S, Mwalusepo S, Williamson F, et al. 2015. Characteristics of soils in selected maize growing sites along altitudinal gradients in East African Highlands. Data in brief 5:138-44
  42. Petit C, Le Ru B, Dupas S, Frerot B, Ahuya P, et al. 2015. Influence of Dietary Experience on the Induction of Preference of Adult Moths and Larvae for a New Olfactory Cue. Plos One 10
  43. Rebaudo F, Dangles O. 2015. Adaptive management in crop pest control in the face of climate variability: an agent-based modeling approach. Ecology and Society 20
  44. Roselino AC, Hrncir M, Landim CdC, Giurfa M, Sandoz J-C. 2015. Sexual dimorphism and phenotypic plasticity in the antennal lobe of a stingless bee, Melipona scutellaris. Journal of Comparative Neurology 523:1461-73
  45. Roselino AC, Hrncir M, Landim CdC, Giurfa M, Sandoz J-C. 2015. Sexual dimorphism and phenotypic plasticity in the antennal lobe of a stingless bee, Melipona scutellaris. Journal of Comparative Neurology 523:1461-73
  46. Schubert M, Sandoz J-C, Galizia G, Giurfa M. 2015. Odourant dominance in olfactory mixture processing: what makes a strong odourant? Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282
  47. Vanhecke C, Le Gall P, Gauzere B. 2015. Dermatite vésicante à Paederus au cameroun et revue de littérature. Vesicular contact dermatitis due to Paederus in Camroon and review of the litterature. Bulletin de la Société de pathologie exotique 108:328-36
  48. Vanhecke C, Ndi Kweti Nguimfack R, Lemarchand J, Reichart V, Le Gall P. 2015. Oedème du visage provoqué par une myiase furonculoïde multifocale à Cordylobia rodhaini à Yaoundé-Cameroun. La presse médicale 44:564-6
  49. Vanhecke C, Nguimfack RNK, Lemarchand J, Reichart V, Le Gall P. 2015. Facial edema caused by multifocal myiasis of Cordylobia rodhaini in Yaounde – Cameroon. Presse Medicale 44:564-6
  50. Wallau G, Capy P, Loreto E, Le Rouzic A, Hua-Van A. 2015. VHICA, a new method to discriminate between vertical and horizontal transposon transfer: application to the mariner family within Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution msv341
  51. Wicker-Thomas C, Garrido D, Bontonou G, Napal L, Mazuras N, et al. 2015. Flexible origin of hydrocarbon pheromone precursors in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Lipid Research 56:2094-101

 

Chapitres d’ouvrage

  1. Joly D, Faure D, Salamitou S. 2015. Empreinte du vivant: l’ADN de l’environnement. Paris: Edition du Cherche-Midi. 192 pp.
  2. Le Gall P, Vanhecke C. 2015. Insectes Lépidoptères. In La fonction venimeuse dans le règne animal, ed. C Rollard, J Chippaux, M Goyffon:36-46: Editions Lavoisier tec & doc. Number of 36-46 pp.
  3. Le Gall P, Vanhecke C. 2015. Insectes vésicants. In La fonction venimeuse dans le règne animal, ed. C Rollard, J Chippaux, M Goyffon:382-92: Editions Lavoisier Tec & Doc. Number of 382-92 pp.
  4. Loza Herrrera S, Gonzales K, Meneses R, Anthelme F, Rebaudo F. 2015. Percepcion sobre los ecosistemas altoandinos desde la prospectiva de ninos y juvenes de quatro unidades educativas de la urbe pacena. In La Cordillera Real y sus plantas, ed. R Meneses, S Beck, F Anthelme. La Paz, Bolivia: IRD, FFEM, FRB.
  5. Nina Huanca G, Loza Herrera S, Gonzales K, Rebaudo F. 2015. El ser humano:un actor de la dinamica de los ecosistemas altoandinos de la Cordillera Real. In La Cordillera Real y sus plantas, ed. R Meneses, S Beck, F Anthelme. La Paz, Bolivia: IRD, FFEM, FRB.

Ouvrages

  1. Joly D, Faure D, Salamitou S. 2015. Empreinte du vivant: l’ADN de l’environnement. Paris: Edition du Cherche-Midi. 192 pp.

 

Bibliographie LEGS 2014

Articles de journaux à comité de lecture

  1. Alabi T, Marion-Poll F, Danho M, Mazzucchelli GD, De Pauw E, et al. 2014. Identification of taste receptors and proteomic characterization of the antenna and legs of Tribolium brevicornis, a stored food product pest. Insect Molecular Biology 23:1-12
  2. Arca M, Papachristoforou A, Mougel F, Rortais A, Monceau K, et al. 2014. Defensive behaviour of Apis mellifera against Vespa velutina in France: Testing whether European honeybees can develop an effective collective defence against a new predator. Behavioural Processes 106:122-9
  3. Bertrand B, Alburaki H, Legout H, Moulin S, Mougel F, Garnery L. 2014. Mt-DNA COI-COII marker and drone congregation area: an efficient method to establish and monitor honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) conservation centres. Molecular Ecology Ressources Volume: 15(3) : 673-683
  4. Bontonou G, Wicker-Thomas C. 2014. Sexual Communication in the Drosophila Genus. Insects 5:439-58
  5. Brandstaetter, AS, Bastin F, Sandoz J-C. 2014. Honeybee drones are attracted by groups of consexuals in a walking simulator. Journal Of Experimental Biology 8:1278
  6. Calatayud PA. 2014. The contribution of electrophysiology to entomology. Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology 3:e108
  7. Calatayud PA, Ahuya P, Le Ru B. 2014. Importance of the experimental setup in research on attractiveness of odours in moths: an example with Busseola fusca. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata 152:72-6
  8. Calatayud PA, Le Ru BP, Van den Berg J, Schulthess F. 2014. Ecology of the African Maize stalk borer, Busseola fusca (Lepidopterera: Noctuidae) with special reference to insect-plant interactions. Insects 5:539-63
  9. Calatayud P, Okuku G, Musyoka B, Khadioli N, Ong’amo G, Le Ru B. 2014. Busseola segeta, a potential new pest of maize in western Kenya. Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology 3:134
  10. Carolan K, Ebong SMA, Garchitorena A, Landier J, Sanhueza D, et al. 2014. Ecological niche modelling of Hemipteran insects in Cameroon; the paradox of a vector-borne transmission for Mycobacterium ulcerans, the causative agent of Buruli ulcer. International Journal of Health Geographics 13
  11. Carolan K, Garchitorena A, Garcia-Pena GE, Morris A, Landier J, et al. 2014. Topography and Land Cover of Watersheds Predicts the Distribution of the Environmental Pathogen Mycobacterium ulcerans in Aquatic Insects. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases 8
  12. Carpio C, Dangles O, Dupas S, Léry X, López-Ferber M, et al. 2014. Development of a viral biopesticide for the control of the Guatemala potato tuber moth Tecia solanivora. Journal Of Invertebrate Pathology 112:184-91
  13. Casane D, Laurenti P. 2014. A new head for the ancestor of jawed vertebrates. M S-Medecine Sciences 30:38-40
  14. Chardonnet F, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Chouquet B, Joly N, Harry M, et al. 2014. Food searching behaviour of a Lepidoptera pest species is modulated by the foraging gene polymorphism. Journal Of Experimental Biology 217:3465
  15. Commin C, Aumont-Nicaise M, Claisse G, Feller G, Da Lage J-L. 2014. Enzymatic characterization of recombinant α-amylase in the Drosophila melanogaster species subgroup: is there an effect of specialization on digestive enzyme? Genes & Genetic Systems 88:251-9
  16. Compagnucci C, Debiais-Thibaud M et al. 2014. Evolution of Developmental Control Mechanisms: Pattern and polarity in the development and evolution of the gnathostome jaw: Both conservation and heterotopy in the branchial arches of the shark, Scyliorhinus canicula. Developmental Biology 377:428-48
  17. Cornette R, Herrel A, Stoetzel E, Moulin S, Hutterer R, et al. 2014. Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story?. Journal Of Archaeological Science 53:323-30
  18. Couto A, Monceau K, Bonnard O, Thiery D, Sandoz JC. 2014. Olfactory Attraction of the Hornet Vespa velutina to Honeybee Colony Odors and Pheromones. Plos One 9 (12)
  19. Casane D, Laurenti P. 2014. Syllogomanie moléculaire: l’ADN non codant enrichit le jeu des possibles. Medecine sciences 30:1177-83
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  21. David J, Yassin A, Gidaszewski N, Debat V. 2014. Drosophilids (Diptera) from Mayotte Island: an annotated list of species collected in 2013 and comments on the colonisation of Indian Ocean islands. Annales de la Societe entomologique de France 50:336-42
  22. Dias FBS, Quartier M, Diotaiuti L, Mejia G, Harry M, et al. 2014. Ecology of Rhodnius robustus Larrousse, 1927 (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Triatominae) in Attalea palm trees of the Tapajos River Region (Para State, Brazilian Amazon). Parasites & Vectors 7
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    Busseola fusca (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Molecular Ecology 23:2313-25
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  27. Junca P, Carcaud J, Moulin S, Garnery L, Sandoz J-C. 2014. Genotypic Influence on Aversive Conditioning in Honeybees, Using a Novel Thermal Reinforcement Procedure. Plos ONE 9:1-13
  28. Kamoun C, Payen T, Hua-Van A, Filee J. 2014. Improving prokaryotic transposable elements identification using a combination of de novo and profile HMM methods. BMC Genomics Academic
  29. Kudrna A, Le Gall P. 2014. Contribution to the knowledge of the Cicindelidae of Benin with collecting notes (Coleoptera Cicindelidae). Biodiversity Journal 5:459-70
  30. Le Rouzic A. 2014. Estimating directional epistasis. Frontiers in genetics 5:198
  31. León PD, Luis J, León G, Rodríguez R, Metcalfe CJ, et al. 2014. Phylogeography of Cuban Rivulus: Evidence for allopatric speciation and secondary dispersal across a marine barrier. Molecular Phylogenetics And Evolution 79:404-14
  32. Marchant A, Mougel F, Almeida C, Jacquin-Joly E, Costa J, Harry M. 2014. De Novo transcriptome assembly for a non-model species, the blood-sucking bug, Triatoma brasiliensis, a vector of Chagas desease. Genetica Sous presse
  33. Matsumoto Y, Sandoz JC, Devaud, J.M.,, Lormant F, Mizunami M, Giurfa M. 2014. Cyclic nucleotide–gated channels, calmodulin, adenylyl cyclase and calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II are required for late but not early long-term memory formation in the honey bee. Learning and Memory 20:29-33
  34. Maxim L, Arnold G. 2014. Pesticides and bees. Embo Reports 15 (1):4-4
  35. Metcalfe, JC, Casane D. 2014. Modular organization and reticulate evolution of the ORF1 of Jockey superfamily transposable elements.Mobile DNA 5
  36. Mitra A. 2014. Queen pheromone and monopoly of reproduction by the queen in the
    social wasp Ropalidia marginata. Proceedings of the indian national science academy 80:1025-44
  37. Montigny C, Decottignies P, Le Marechal P, Capy P, Bublitz M, et al. 2014. S-Palmitoylation and S-Oleoylation of Rabbit and Pig Sarcolipin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 289:33850-61
  38. Mougel F, Poursat MA, Beaume N, Vautrin D, Solignac M. 2014. High-resolution linkage map for two honeybee chromosomes: the hotspot quest. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 289:11-24
  39. Muafor F, Levang P, Le Gall P. 2014. A crispy delicacy: Augosoma beetle as alternative source of protein in East Cameroon. International Journal of biodiversity
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Bibliographie LEGS 2013

A-Articles dans des journaux à comité de lecture

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  4. Bontonou G, Denis B, Wicker-Thomas C. 2013. Interaction between temperature and male pheromone in sexual isolation in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:2008-20
  5. Buker B, Elsa Petit, Dominik Begerow, Hood ME. 2013. Experimental hybridization and backcrossing reveal forces of reproductive isolation in Microbotryum. BMC Evolutionary Biology Academic
  6. Campagne P, Kruger M, Pasquet R, Le Ru B, J. VDB. 2013. Dominant inheritance of field-evolved resistance to Bt corn in Busseola fusca. PLoS ONE 8:e69675
  7. Carpio C, Dangles O, Dupas S, Lery X, Lopez-Ferber M, et al. 2013. Development of a viral biopesticide for the control of the Guatemala potato tuber moth Tecia solanivora. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 112:184-91
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  10. Commin C, Aumont-Nicaise M, Claisse G, Feller G, Da Lage JL. 2013. Enzymatic characterization of recombinant alpha-amylase in the Drosophila melanogaster species subgroup: is there an effect of specialization on digestive enzyme? Genes & Genetic Systems 88:251-9
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  12. Crespo-Pérez V, Dangles O, Régnière J, I. C. 2013. Modeling temperature-dependent survival with small data sets: Insights from tropical mountain agricultural pests. Bulletin of Entomological Research 103:336-43
  13. Cárdenas R, Hernandez N, Barragan A, O. D. 2013. Differences in morphometry and activity among horse fly populations in an Andean tropical montane cloud forest: indication of altitudinal migration? Biotropica 45:63-72
  14. Da Lage JL, Binder M, Hua-Van A, Janecek S, Casane D. 2013. Gene make-up: rapid and massive intron gains after horizontal transfer of a bacterial alpha-amylase gene to Basidiomycetes. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 13
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  16. Dangles O, Herrera M, Mazoyer C, J-F. S. 2013. Temperature-dependent shift in herbivore performance and interactions drive non-linear changes in crop damages. Global Change Biology 19:1056-106
  17. Debiais-Thibaud M, Metcalfe C, Pollack J, Germon I., Ekker M, et al. 2013. Heterogeneous conservation of Dlx paralog co-expression in jawed vertebrates. PLoS ONE 8:e68182
  18. Deblois CP, Axelle Marchand, Juneau P. 2013. Comparison of Photoacclimation in Twelve Freshwater Photoautotrophs (Chlorophyte, Bacillaryophyte, Cryptophyte and Cyanophyte) Isolated from a Natural Community. Plos ONE 8 3:1-14
  19. Devambez I, Agha MA, Mitri C, Bockaert J, Parmentier ML, et al. 2013. G alpha o Is Required for L-Canavanine Detection in Drosophila. Plos One 8: e63484
  20. Doublet V, Quentin Helleu, Roland Raimond, Catherine Souty-Grosset, Marcade I. 2013. Inverted Repeats and Genome Architecture Conversions of Terrestrial Isopods Mitochondrial DNA. Journal Of Molecular Evolution 3:107
  21. Dupas S, Poirié M, Frey F, Y. C. 2013. Is parasitoid virulence against multiple hosts adaptive or constrained by phylogeny ? The study of Leptopilina spp. (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) / Drosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae) interactions. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 2 in press
  22. Felix AE, Calatayud PA, Le Ru B, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Ong’amo G, et al. 2013. To be or not to be a species: use of reproductive isolation experiments and genetic analysis to clarify the taxonomic status of two Busseola (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) species in Kenya. Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France 49:345-54
  23. Fontbonne R, Lionel Garnery, Cyril Vidau, Julie Aufauvre, Catherine Texier, et al. 2013. Comparative susceptibility of three Western honeybee taxa to the microsporidian parasite Nosema ceranae. Infection, Genetics And Evolution 17:188-94
  24. Foucaud J, Philippe AS, Moreno C, Mery F. 2013. A genetic polymorphism affecting reliance on personal versus public information in a spatial learning task in Drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280:8
  25. Gerard PR, Temunovic M, Sannier J, Bertolino P, Dufour J, et al. 2013. Chilled but not frosty: understanding the role of climate in the hybridization between the Mediterranean Fraxinus angustifoliaVahl and the temperate Fraxinus excelsior L. (Oleaceae) ash trees. Journal of Biogeography 40:835-46
  26. Glaser N, Gallot A, Legeai F, Montagné N, Poivet E, et al. 2013. Candidate chemosensory genes in the stemborer Sesamia nonagrioides. International Journal of Biological Sciences 9:481-95
  27. Hatjina F, Papaefthimiou C, Charistos L, Dogaroglu T, Bouga M, et al. 2013. Sublethal doses of imidacloprid decreased size of hypopharyngeal glands and respiratory rhythm of honeybees in vivo. Apidologie 44:467-80
  28. Hinaux H, Poulain J, Da Silva C, Noirot C, Jeffery W, et al. 2013. De Novo Sequencing of Astyanax mexicanus Surface Fish and Pachon Cavefish Transcriptomes Reveals Enrichment of Mutations in Cavefish Putative Eye Genes. Plos One 8:e53553
  29. Hood ME, Elsa Petit, Giraud T. 2013. Extensive divergence between mating-type chromosomes of the anther-smut fungus. Genetics 1:309
  30. Jancek S, Bézier A, Gayral P, Paillusson C, Kaiser L, et al. 2013. Adaptive selection on bracovirus genomes drives the specialization of Cotesia parasitoid wasps. PLoS ONE 8 : e64432
  31. Juma G, Thiongo M, Dutaur L, Rharrabe K, Marion-Poll F, et al. 2013. Two sugar isomers influence host plant acceptance by a cereal caterpillar pest. Bulletin of Entomological Research 103:20-8
  32. Kamoun C, Payen T, Hua-Van A, Filee J. 2013. Improving prokaryotic transposable elements identification using a combination of de novo and profile HMM methods. Bmc Genomics 14:10
  33. Kennedy MT, Joshua C.Y. Ong, Aniruddha Mitra, James A. Harty, Declan Reidy, Dolan M. 2013. Audit: The use of weekly departmental review of all orthopaedic intra-operative radiographs in order to improve quality, due to standardized peer expectations and the “Hawthorne effect”. The Surgeon 11:10-3
  34. Kohn NR, Christopher, Celine Moreno, James G. Burns, Marla B. Sokolowski, Mery F. 2013. Social Environment Influences Performance in a Cognitive Task in Natural Variants of the Foraging Gene. Plos ONE 8:1-8
  35. 42.       Le Rouzic A, Alvarez-Castro JM, Hansen TF. 2013. The Evolution of Canalization and Evolvability in Stable and Fluctuating Environments. Evolutionary Biology 40:317-40
  36. Le Rouzic A, Payen T, Hua-Van A. 2013. Reconstructing the Evolutionary History of Transposable Elements. Genome Biology and Evolution 5:77-86
  37. Lefer D, Perisse E, Hourcade B, Sandoz J, Devaud J. 2013. Two waves of transcription are required for long-term memory in the honeybee. Learning & Memory 20:29-33
  38. Mery F. 2013. Natural variation in learning and memory. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 23:52-6
  39. Metcalfe C, Casane D. 2013. Accommodating the load: The transposable element content of very large genomes. Mobile Genetic Elements 3:e24775
  40. Mitra A. 2013. Function of the Dufour’s gland in solitary and social Hymenoptera. Journal Of Hymenoptera Research 35:33
  41. Monceau K, Arca M, Leprêtre L, Mougel F, Bonnard O, et al. 2013. Native prey and invasive predator patterns of foraging activity: The case of the Yellow-Legged Hornet predation at European Honeybee hives. PLoS ONE 8:e66492
  42. Moolman HJ, Van den Berg L, Conlong D, Cugala D, Siebert SJ, B. LR. 2013. Diversity of stem borer parasitoids and their associated wild host plants in South Africa and Mozambique. Phytoparasitica 41:89-104
  43. Mota T, Gronenberg W, Giurfa M, Sandoz J. 2013. Chromatic Processing in the Anterior Optic Tubercle of the Honey Bee Brain. Journal of Neuroscience 33:4-U411
  44. Negoua A, Jacques-Deric Rouault, Mohamed Chakir, Capy P. 2013. Internal deletions of transposable elements: the case of Lemi elements. Genetica 7-9:369
  45. Ong’amo GO, Le Ru BP, Calatayud P-A, J-F. S. 2013. Composition of stem borer communities in selected vegetation mosaics in Kenya. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 7:267-75
  46. P-A. Calatayud. 2013. La lutte biologique, stratégie durable. Pour la Science 424:42-8
  47. Papachristoforou A, Rortais A, Bouga M, Arnold G, Garnery L. 2013. Genetic characterization of the cyprian honey bee (Apis mellifera cypria) based on microsatellites and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms. Journal of Apicultural Science 57:127-34
  48. Piesik D, Rochat D, Delaney KJ, Marion-Poll F. 2013. Orientation of European corn borer first instar larvae to synthetic green leaf volatiles. Journal of Applied Entomology 137:234-40
  49. Popescu A, Couton L, Almaas TJ, Rospars JP, Wright GA, et al. 2013. Function and central projections of gustatory receptor neurons on the antenna of the noctuid moth Spodoptera littoralis. Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 199:403-16
  50. Pradel A, Didier D, Casane D, Tafforeau P, Maisey J. 2013. Holocephalan embryo provides new information on the evolution of the glossopharyngeal nerve, metotic fissure and parachordal plate in gnathostomes. PLoS ONE 8:e66988
  51. Prigent SR, Le Gall P, Mbunda SW, Veuille M. 2013. Seasonal and altitudinal structure of drosophilid communities on Mt Oku (Cameroon volcanic line). Comptes Rendus Geoscience 345:316-26
  52. Rebaudo F, Dangles O. 2013. An agent-based modeling framework for integrated pest management dissemination programs. Environmental Modelling & Software 45:141-9
  53. Rebaudo F, Le Rouzic A, Dupas S, Silvain J, Harry M, Dangles O. 2013. SimAdapt: an individual-based genetic model for simulating landscape management impacts on populations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4:595-600
  54. Retaux S, Casane D. 2013. Evolution of eye development in the darkness of caves: adaptation, drift, or both? Evodevo 4(1) : 26
  55. Ryuda M, Calas-List D, Yamada A, Marion-Poll F, Yoshikawa H, et al. 2013. Gustatory Sensing Mechanism Coding for Multiple Oviposition Stimulants in the Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio Xuthus. Journal of Neuroscience 33:914-24
  56. Sakamoto Y, Jean-Claude Garnier, Jacques Rouault, Christopher Grandy, Thomas Fanning, et al. 2013. Selection of sodium coolant for fast reactors in the US, France and Japan. Nuclear Engineering And Design 254:194-217
  57. Sandoz J-C. 2013. Neural Correlates of Olfactory Learning in the Primary Olfactory Center of the Honeybee Brain: The Antennal Lobe. Gale Virtual Reference Library
  58. Soares, Sara Fernandes, Carla Cristina Braz Louly, Frédéric Marion-Poll, Múcio Flávio Barbosa Ribeiro, Borges LMF. 2013. Study on cheliceral sensilla of the brown dog tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Latreille, 1806) (Acari: Ixodidae) involved in taste perception of phagostimulants. Acta Tropica 126:75-83
  59. Startek M, Le Rouzic A, Capy P, Grzebelus D, Gambin A. 2013. Genomic parasites or symbionts? Modeling the effects of environmental pressure on transposition activity in asexual populations*. Theoretical Population Biology 90:145-51
  60. Teseo S, Daniel J.C. Kronauer, Pierre Jaisson, Chaline N. 2013. Enforcement of Reproductive Synchrony via Policing in a Clonal Ant. Current Biology 4:328
  61. Touroult J, P. Le Gall. 2013. Fruit feeding Cetoniinae community structure in an anthropogenic landscape in West Africa. Journal of Insect Conservation 17:23-34
  62. Wurmser F, Mary-Huard T, Daudin JJ, Joly D, Montchamp-Moreau C. 2013. Variation of gene expression associated with colonisation of an anthropized environment: comparison between African and European populations of Drosophila simulans. PLoS One 8:e79750
  63. Zeddam J, Lery X, Gomez-Bonilla Y, Espinel-Correal C, Paez D, et al. 2013. Responses of different geographic populations of two potato tuber moth species to genetic variants of Phthorimaea operculella granulovirus. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata 149:138-47

 

 

B-Chapitres d’ouvrages

 

1. Calatayud P, B. LR. 2013. Les pièces buccales et l’’alimentation des insectes. In Interactions insects-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F:107-13. Paris: QUAE-IRD. Number of 107-13 pp.
2. Calatayud P, Desneux N, P. LG. 2013. Caractéristiques chimiques des plantes. In Interactions insectes-plantes, ed. CP-A Sauvion N, Thiery D, Marion-Poll F:217-28: QUAE-IRD. Number of 217-28 pp.
3. Calatayud P, I R. 2013. Le tube digestif des insectes. In Interactions insects-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F:115-25. Paris: QUAE-IRD. Number of 115-25 pp.
4. Calatayud P, Marion-Poll F, D T. 2013. La réception sensorielle chez les insectes. In Interactions insects-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F:137-49. Paris: QUAE-IRD. Number of 137-49 pp.
5. Calatayud P, Garrec J, Nicole M. 2013. Adaptation des plantes aux stress environnementaux. In Interactions insectes-plantes, ed. N Sauvion, P Calatayud, D Thiéry, F Marion-Poll:229-45. Paris: IRD-QUAE. Number of 229-45 pp.
6. David J et Carton, Y. L’oeuvre scientifique de Georges Teissier: génétique des populations et allométrie. Hermann. Collection « inter-sciences ».
7. Jousselin E, Silvain J-F, GJ. K. 2013. Scénarios évolutifs des interactions plantes-insectes. In Interactions insectes-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F, in press: QUAE-IRD.
8. Kaiser L, Couty A, A. C. 2013. La plante, un biotope de choix pour les entomophages. In Interactions insects-plantes, ed. CP-A Sauvion N, Thiery D, Marion-Poll F, in press: QUAE-IRD.
9. Le Gall P, A. N. 2013. Paléoentomologie des insectes associés aux plantes. In Interactions insects-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F, in press: QUAE-IRD.
10. Roques A, Dangles O, Gauthier N, Sarah JL, Vayssières JF, C. V. 2013. Les Bio-invasions d’’insectes. In Interactions insectes-plantes, ed. CP-A Sauvion N, Thiery D, Marion-Poll F, in press: QUAE-IRD.
11. Sandoz, J.C. (2013). Neural correlates of olfactory learning in the primary olfactory center of the honeybee brain: the antennal lobe. In: Invertebrate Learning and Memory, Menzel, R. and Benjamin. P.R. Eds. Elsevier, San Diego (USA), 12 pp.
12. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiéry D, F Marion-Poll. 2013a. Interactions insectes – plantes.: QUAE-IRD
13. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiéry D and Marion-Poll F. 2013b. Introduction in Interactions Insectes-Plantes, ed Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiéry D & Marion-Poll F. QUAE-IRD,pp 13-19.
14. Sforza R, Cortesero A-M, Coutinot D, Desneux N, Goebel F-R, et al. 2013. Des ennemis naturels défenseurs des plantes. In Interactions insectes-plantes, ed. Sauvion N, Calatayud P-A, Thiery D, M-P F, in press: QUAE-IRD.
15. Thiéry D, Derridj S, Calatayud P-A, Maher N, F. M-P. 2013. L’insecte au contact des plantes. In Interactions insects- plantes, ed. CP-A Sauvion N, Thiery D, Marion-Poll F:347-68. Paris: QUAE-IRD. Number of 347-68 pp.
16. Vidal C, Gauthier N, Rochat D, Hérard F, Thiéry A, et al. 2013. Quelques exemples de bio-invasions dans le monde. In Interactions insectes – plantes, ed. CP-A Sauvion N, Thiery D, Marion-Poll F, in press: QUAE-IRD.

 

2. 2012

A- Articles dans des journaux à comité de lecture

  1. A’Hara SW, Amouroux P, Argo EE, Avand-Faghih A, Barat A, Barbieri L, Bert TM, Blatrix R, Blin A, Bouktila D, Broome A, Burban C, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Casse N, Chandra S, Cho KJ, Cottrell JE, Crawford CR, Davis MC, Delatte H, Desneux N, Djieto-Lordon C, Dubois MP, El-Mergawy RA, Gallardo-Escárate C, Garcia M, Gardiner MM, Guillemaud T, Haye PA, Hellemans B, Hinrichsen P, Jeon JH, Kerdelhué C, Kharrat I, Kim KH, Kim YY, Kwan YS, Labbe EM, LaHood E, Lee KM, Lee WO, Lee YH, Legoff I, Li H, Lin CP, Liu SS, Liu YG, Long D, Maes GE, Magnoux E, Mahanta PC, Makni H, Makni M, Malausa T, Matura R, McKey D, McMillen-Jackson AL, Méndez MA, Mezghani-Khemakhem M, Michel AP, Paul M, Muriel-Cunha J, Nibouche S, Normand F, Palkovacs EP, Pande V, Parmentier K, Peccoud J, Piatscheck F, Puchulutegui C, Ramos R, Ravest G, Richner H, Robbens J, Rochat D, Rousselet J, Saladin V, Sauve M, Schlei O, Schultz TF, Scobie AR, Segovia NI, Seyoum S, Silvain JF, Tabone E, Van Houdt JK, Vandamme SG, Volckaert FA, Wenburg J, Willis TV, Won YJ, Ye NH, Zhang W, Zhang YX. Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 August 2011-30 September 2011. Molecular Ecology Resources 12:185-9 (Development of microsatellite markers for the red palm weevil (RPW) Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
  2. Almeida CE, Oliveira HL, Correia N, Dornak LL, Gumiel M, Neiva VL, Harry M, Mendonça VJ, Costa J, Galvao C. 2012. Dispersion capacity of Triatoma sherlocki, Triatoma juazeirensis and laboratory-bred hybrids. Acta Tropica 122:71-9
  3. Alvarez-Castro JM, Le Rouzic A, Andersson L, Siegel PB, Carlborg O. 2012. Modelling of genetic interactions improves prediction of hybrid patterns–a case study in domestic fowl. Genetics Research (Camb) 94 : 255-266
  4. Anthelme F, Buendia B, Mazoyer C, Dangles O. 2012. Unexpected mechanisms sustain the stress gradient hypothesis in a tropical alpine environment. Journal of Vegetation Science 23:62-72
  5. Anthelme F, Dangles O. 2012. Plant-plant interactions in tropical alpine environments. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and systematics 14:363-72
  6. Arca M, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Villemant C, Mougel F, Arnold G, Silvain J-F. 2012. Development of microsatellite markers for the yellow-legged Asian hornet, Vespa velutina, a major threat for European bees. Conservation Genetics Resources 4:283-6
  7. Arenas A, Giurfa M, Sandoz JC, Hourcade B, Devaud JM, Farina WM. 2012. Early olfactory experience induces structural changes in the primary olfactory center of an insect brain. European Journal of Neuroscience 35:682-90
  8. Battesti M, Moreno C, Joly D, Mery F. 2012. Spread of Social information and dynamics of social transmission within Drosophila Current Biology 22:309-13 [highlighted in Faculty of 1000]
  9. Bessoltane N, Toffano-Nioche C, Solignac M, Mougel F. 2012. Fine scale analysis of crossover and non-crossover and detection of recombination sequence motifs in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). PLoS One 7(5):e36229: 1-10
  10. Bontonou G, Denis B, Wicker-Thomas C. 2012. Male pheromone polymorphism and reproductive isolation in populations of Drosophila simulans. Ecology and Evolution 2:2527-36
  11. Boutin TS, Le Rouzic A, Capy P. How does selfing affect the dynamics of selfish transposable elements? Mobile DNA 3:5
  12. Brodschneider R, Arnold G, Hrassnigg N, Crailsheim K. 2012. Does patriline composition change over a honey bee queen’s lifetime? Insects, 3(3):857-69
  13. Burns JG, Svetec N, Rowe L, Mery F, Dolan MJ, Thomas Boyce W, Sokolowski MB. 2012. Gene-environment interplay in Drosophila melanogaster: Chronic food deprivation in early life affects adult exploratory and fitness traits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 109:17239-44
  14. Campagne P, Smouse P, Varouchas G, Silvain J-F, Le Rü B. 2012. Comparing the van Oosterhout and Chybicki-Burczyk methods of estimating null allele frequencies for inbred populations. Molecular Ecology Resources 12:975-82
  15. Carcaud J, Hill T, Giurfa M, Sandoz JC. 2012. Differential coding by two olfactory subsystems in the honey bee brain. Journal of Neurophysiology 108:1106-21
  16. Cardenas R, Dangles O. 2012. Do canopy herbivores mechanically facilitate subsequent litter decomposition in soil? A pilot study from a Neotropical cloud forest. Ecological Research 27:975-81
  17. Casane D, Laurenti P. 2012. Tree thinking: the evolution of vertebrate as a case study. M S-Medecine Sciences 28:1121-7
  18. Cassildé C, Blandin P, Silvain J-F. 2012. Phylogeny of the genus Morpho Fabricius 1807: insights from two mitochondrial genes (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 48:173-88
  19. Castellanos-Gell J, Robainas-Barcia A, Casane D, Chevalier-Monteagudo P, Pina-Amargos F, Garcia-Machado E. 2012. The surgeonfish, Acanthurus bahianus, has crossed the Amazon-Orinoco outflow barrier. Marine Biology 159:1561-5
  20. Chardonnet F, Takegami P, Chouquet B, Silvain J-F, Kaiser L. 2012. An actimeter system for automated recording of foraging activity in stem borer caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 142:175-80
  21. Chaumot A, Da Lage J-L, Maestro O, Martin D, Iwema T, Brunet F, Belles X, Laudet V, Bonneton F. 2012. Molecular adaptation and resilience of the insect’s nuclear receptor USP. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 12:199
  22. Cipolla A, Delbrassine F, Da Lage J-L, Feller G. 2012. Temperature adaptations in psychrophilic, mesophilic and thermophilic chloride-dependent alpha-amylases. Biochimie 94:1943-50
  23. Dangles O, Carpio F, Woodward G. 2012. Size-dependent species removal impairs ecosystem functioning in a large-scale tropical field experiment. Ecology 93:2615-25
  24. Dangles O, Casas J. 2012. The bee and the turtle: a fable of Yasuní National Park. Trails and Tribulations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10:446-7
  25. Egset CK, Hansen TF, Le Rouzic A, Bolstad GH, Rosenqvist G, Pelabon C. 2012. Artificial selection on allometry: change in elevation but not slope. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25:938-948
  26. Fort P, Albertini A, Hua-Van A, Berthomieu A, Roche S, Delsuc F, Pasteur N, Capy P, Gaudin Y, Weill M. 2012. Fossil rhabdoviral sequences integrated into arthropod genomes: ontogeny, evolution, and potential functionality. Molecular Biology and Evolution 29:381-390
  27. Fugère V, Andino P, Espinosa R, Anthelme F, Jacobsen D, Dangles O. 2012. Testing the stress-gradient hypothesis with aquatic detritivorous invertebrates: Insights for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research. Journal of Animal Ecology 81:1259-67
  28. Gerard PR, Presgraves DC. 2012. Abundant genetic variability in Drosophila simulans for hybrid female lethality in interspecific crosses to Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics Research 94:1-7
  29. Griffiths AM, Jacoby DMP, Casane D, McHugh M, Croft DP, Genner MJ, Sims DW. 2012. First analysis of multiple paternity in an oviparous shark, the small-spotted catshark (Scyliorhinus canicula). Journal of Heredity 103:166-73
  30. Grijalva MJ, Suarez Davalos V, Villacis AG, Ocana-Mayorga S, Dangles O. 2012. Ecological factors related to the widespread distribution of sylvatic Rhodnius ecuadoriensis populations in southern Ecuador. Parasites and Vectors 5:17
  31. Jacobsen D, Dangles O. 2012. Environmental harshness and global richness patterns in glacier-fed streams. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:647-56
  32. Jacobsen D, Milner A, Brown LE, Dangles O. 2012. Biodiversity under threat in glacier-fed river systems. Nature Climate Change 2:361-364
  33. Jaillet J, Genty M, Cambefort J, Rouault JD, Auge-Gouillou C. 2012. Regulation of mariner transposition: the peculiar case of Mos1. PLoS One 7:e43365
  34. Kellerman V, Loeschcke V, Hoffmann AA, Kristensen TN, Flojgaard C, David J, Svenning J-C, Overgaard J. 2012. Phylogenetic constraints in key functional traits behind species’ climate niches: pattern of desiccation and cold resistance across 95 Drosophila Evolution 66:3377-89
  35. Kergoat GJ, Prowell D, Le Ru BP, Mitchell A, Dumas P, Clamens A-L, Condamine FL, Silvain J-F. 2012. Disentangling dispersal, vicariance and adaptive radiation patterns: a case study using armyworms in the pest genus Spodoptera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65:855-70
  36. Ladevèze V, Chaminade N, Lemeunier F, Periquet G, Aulard S. General survey of hAT transposon superfamily with highlight on hobo element in Drosophila. Genetica. 140:375-92 (review)
  37. Lagasse F, Moreno C, Preat T, Méry F. 2012. Functional and evolutionary trade-offs co-occur between two consolidated memory phases in Drosophila melanogaster. Procedings of the Royal Society London B-Biological Sciences 279:4015-23
  38. Metcalfe CJ, Filee J, Germon I, Joss JMP, Casane D. 2012 Evolution of the Australian lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri) genome: a major role for CR1 and L2 LINE elements. Molecular Biology and Evolution 29:3529-3539
  39. Meyin A Ebong S, Eyangoh S, Marion E, Landier J, Marsollier L, Le Gall P. 2012. Survey of water bugs in Bankim, a new Buruli Ulcer endemic area in Cameroon. Journal of Tropical Medecine Article ID 123843:8 pages. doi:101155/2012/23843
  40. Mougel F, Solignac M, Vautrin D, Baudry E, Ogden J, Tchapla A, Schweitz H, Gilbert H. 2012. Quantitative traits loci (QTL) involved in body colour, wing morphometry, cuticular hydrocarbons and venom components in honeybee. Apidologie 43:162-81
  41. Muafor FJ, Levang P, Angwafo TE, Le Gall P. 2012. Making a living with forest insects: beetles as an income source in South West Cameroon. International Forestry Review 14:314-25
  42. Ndemah R, Schulthess F, Abang A, Ghogomu T, Ntonifor N, Dupas S, Le Ru B. 2012. Suitability of noctuid cereal stemborers in Cameroon to three Kenyan strains of the braconid larval parasitoid Cotesia sesamiae. Journal of Applied Entomology 136:60-9
  43. Odoux J, Feuillet D, Aupinel P, Loublier Y, Tasei J, Mateescu C. 2012. Territorial biodiversity and consequences on physico-chemical characteristics of pollen collected by honey bee colonies. Apidologie 43:561-75
  44. Ong’amo GO, Le Rû B, Campagne P, Branca A, Calatayud P-A, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Silvain J-F. 2012. Genetic diversity and population structure of Busseola segeta Bowden (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): A case study of host use diversification in Guineo-Congolian rainforest relic area. Kenya Insects 3:1156-70
  45. Oulion S, Laurenti P, Casane D. 2012. Hox genes organization: studying non-model vertebrates leads to a paradigm shift. M S-Medecine Sciences 28:350-353
  46. Papachristoforou A, Kagiava A, Papaefthimiou C, Termentzi A, Fokialakis N, Skaltsounis AL, Watkins M, Arnold G, Theophilidis G. 2012. The bite of the honeybee: 2-heptanone secreted from honeybee mandibles during a bite acts as a local anaesthetic in insects and mammals. PLoS One 7(10):e47432, 1-11
  47. Parvy JP, Napal L, Rubin T, Poidevin M, Perrin L, Wicker-Thomas C, Montagne J. 2012. Drosophila acetyl-CoA-carboxylase sustains a fatty acid-dependent remote signal to waterproof the respiratory system. PLOS Genetics 8:e1002925
  48. Qiu Y, Tittiger C, Wicker-Thomas C, Le Goff G, Young S, Wajnberg E, Fricaux T, Taquet N, Blomquist JG, Fevereisen R. 2012. An insect-specific P450 oxidative decarbonylase for cuticular hydrocarbon biosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA 109:14858-63
  49. Ruiz M, Wicker-Thomas C, Sanchez D, Ganfornina MD. 2012. Grasshopper lazarillo, a GPI-anchored lipocalin, increases Drosophila longevity and stress resistance, and functionally replaces its secreted homologue NLaz. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 42:776-89
  50. Sezonlin M, Ndemah, R, Goergen, G, Le Rü B, Dupas S, Silvain, J-F. Genetic structure and origin of Busseola fusca populations in Cameroon. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 145:143-52
  51. Toussaint EFA, Condamine F, Kergoat GJ, Capdevielle-Dulac C, Barbut J, Silvain J-F, Le Rü BP. 2012. Palaeoenvironmental Shifts Drove the Adaptive Radiation of a Noctuid Stemborer Tribe (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Apameini) in the Miocene. PLoS One 7
  52. Veltsos P, Wicker-Thomas C, Butlin R, Hoikkala A, Ritchie MG. 2012. Sexual selection on song and cuticular hydrocarbons in two distinct populations of Drosophila montana. Ecology and Evolution 2:80-94
  53. Yassin A, Gidaszewski N, Albert B, Hivert J, David JR, Orgogozo V, Debat V. 2012. The Drosophilidae (Diptera) of the Scattered Islands, with the description of a novel association with Leptadenia madagascariensis (Apocynaceae). Fly (Austin) 6:298-302

 

B. Chapitres d’ouvrage

 

  1. Filée J, Chandler M. 2012. Unpacking the baggage : Origin and Evolution of Giant Viruses. In « Viruses: Essential Agents of Life » G Witzani, ed. Springer Verlag
  2. Matsumoto Y, Sandoz JC, Giurfa M. 2012. Classical conditioning of the proboscis extension reflex in the honeybee. In Advanced Methods in Neuroethological Research, H Ogawa, K Oka (eds), Springer Japan.
  3. Richard D, Chevalet P, Fournel S, Giraud N, Gros F, Laurenti P, Pradere F, Soubaya T. 2012. In Biologie – Tout le cours en fiches: Dunod.
  4. Sandoz JC. 2012. Olfaction in honeybees: from molecules to behaviour. In Honeybee Neurobiology and Behavior: A Tribute to Randolf Menzel, D Eisenhardt, CG Galizia, M Giurfa (eds) pp 235-52. Berlin: Springer.
  5. Wicker-Thomas C. 2012. Signaux chimiques, adaptation et spéciation. Dans ODORAT et GOUT : de la neurobiologie des sens chimiques aux applications agronomiques, industrielles. Salesse, R. Gervais (eds), 311-20,Editions QAE, Versailles
  6. Wicker-Thomas C. 2012 Contribution à l’ouvrage: Ecologie Chimique CNRS ; le langage de la nature, Eds Cherche midi, 191pp.