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Articles 2010

Articles published in 2010

Anees M., Tronsmo A., Edel-Hermann V., Gautheron N., Faloya V. & Steinberg C. (2010). Biotic changes in relation to local decrease in soil conduciveness to disease caused by Rhizoctonia solani. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 126(1): 29-41. DOI

Bischoff A. & Müller-Schärer H. (2010). Testing population differentiation in plant species - how important are environmental maternal effects. Oikos, 119(3): 445-454. DOI

Bischoff A., Steinger T. & Müller-Schärer H. (2010). The Importance of Plant Provenance and Genotypic Diversity of Seed Material Used for Ecological Restoration. Restoration Ecology, 18(3): 338-348. DOI

Brault V., Tanguy S., Reinbold C., Le Trionnaire G., Arneodo J., Jaubert-Possamai S., Guernec G. & Tagu D. (2010). Transcriptomic analysis of intestinal genes following acquisition of pea enation mosaic virus by the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. Journal of General Virology, 91(3): 802-808. DOI

Broquet T., Angelone S., Jaquiéry J., Joly P., Lena J.P., Lengagne T., Plenet S., Luquet E. & Perrin N. (2010). Genetic Bottlenecks Driven by Population Disconnection. Conservation Biology, 24(6): 1596-1605. DOI

Burke G.R., McLaughlin H.J., Simon J.C. & Moran N.A. (2010). Dynamics of a recurrent Buchnera mutation that affects thermal tolerance of pea aphid hosts. Genetics, 186(1): 367-372. DOI

Colbach N., Darmency H. & Tricault Y. (2010). Identifying key life-traits for the dynamics and gene flow in a weedy crop relative: Sensitivity analysis of the GENESYS simulation model for weed beet (Beta vulgarisssp vulgaris). Ecological Modelling, 221(2): 225-237. DOI

Cremieux L., Bischoff A., Muller-Scharer H. & Steinger T. (2010). Gene flow from foreign provenances into local plant populations: Fitness consequences and implications for biodiversity restoration. American Journal of Botany, 97(1): 94-100. DOI

d'Alençon E., Sezutsu H., Legeai F., Permal E., Bernard-Samain S., Gimenez S., Gagneur C., Cousserans F., Shimomura M., Brun-Barale A., Flutre T., Couloux A., East P., Gordon K., Mita K., Quesneville H., Fournier P. & Feyereisen R. (2010). Extensive synteny conservation of holocentric chromosomes in Lepidoptera despite high rates of local genome rearrangements. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107(17): 7680-7685. DOI

Dedryver C.A., Le Ralec A. & Fabre F. (2010). The conflicting relationships between aphids and men: a review of aphid damages and control strategies. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 539-553. DOI

Djilani-Khouadja F., Glais L., Tribodet M., Kerlan C. & Fakhfakh H. (2010). Incidence of potato viruses and characterisation of Potato virus Y variability in late season planted potato crops in Northern Tunisia. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 126(4): 479-488. DOI

Fabre F., Dedryver C.A., Plantegenest M., Hullé M. & Rivot E. (2010). Hierarchical Bayesian Modelling of plant colonisation by winged aphids: Inferring dispersal processes by linking aerial and field count data. Ecological Modelling, 222(5): 1770-1778. DOI

Frantz A., Plantegenest M. & Simon J.C. (2010). Host races of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisumdiffer in male wing phenotypes. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 100(1): 59-66. DOI

Gallot-Le Grand A., Rispe C., Leterme N., Gauthier J.P., Jaubert-Possamai S. & Tagu D. (2010). Cuticular proteins and seasonal photoperiodism in aphid. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 40(3): 235-240. DOI

Geiger F., Bengtsson J., Berendse F., Weisser W.W., Emmerson M., Morales M.B., Ceryngier P., Liira J., Tscharntke T., Winqvist C., Eggers S., Bommarco R., Pärt T., Bretagnolle V., Plantegenest M., Clement L.W., Dennis C., Palmer C., Oñate J.J., Guerrero I., Hawro V., Aavik T., Thies C., Flohre A., Hänke S., Fischer C., Goedhart P.W. & Inchausti P. (2010). Persistent negative effects of pesticides on biodiversity and biological control potential on European farmland. Basic and Applied Ecology, 11(2): 97-105. DOI

Hullé M., Coeur d'Acier A., Bankhead-Dronnet S. & Harrington R. (2010). Aphids in the face of global changes.Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 497-503.

Hullé M., Turpeau E., Hudaverdian S., Chaubet B. & Outreman Y. (2010). Aphids and associated natural enemies on Ile Amsterdam and Ile Saint-Paul, Southern Indian Ocean. Antarctic Science, 22(4): 379-385. DOI

Huybrechts J., Bonhomme J., Minoli S., Prunier-Leterme N., Dombrovsky A., Abdel-Latief M., Robichon A., Veenstra J.A. & Tagu D. (2010). Neuropeptide and neurohormone precursors in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. Insect Molecular Biology, 19(s2): 87-95. DOI

Ilboudo Z., Dabire L.C.B., Nebie R.C.H., Dicko I.O., Dugravot S., Cortesero A.M. & Sanon A. (2010). Biological activity and persistence of four essential oils towards the main pest of stored cowpeas, Callosobruchus maculatus(F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Journal of Stored Products Research, 46(2): 124-128. DOI

Jaquiéry J., Broquet T., Aguilar C., Evanno G. & Perrin N. (2010). Good genes drive female choice for mating partners in the lek-breeding european treefrog. Evolution, 64(1): 108-115. DOI

Jaubert-Possamai S., Rispe C., Tanguy S., Gordon K., Walsh T., Edwards O. & Tagu D. (2010). Expansion of the miRNA pathway in the hemipteran insect Acyrthosiphon pisum. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 27(5): 979-987. DOI

Kunert G., Belz E., Simon J.C., Weisser W.W. & Outreman Y. (2010). Differences in defensive behaviour between host-adapted races of the pea aphid. Ecological Entomology, 35(s1): 147-154. DOI

Lacroix C., Glais L., Kerlan C., Verrier J.L. & Jacquot E. (2010). Biological characterization of French Potato virus Y (PVY) isolates collected from PVY-susceptible or -resistant tobacco plants possessing the recessive resistance gene v. Plant Pathology, 59(6): 1133-1143. DOI

Lance E., Josso C., Dietrich D., Ernst B., Paty C., Senger F., Bormans M. & Gerard C. (2010). Histopathology and microcystin distribution in Lymnaea stagnalis(Gastropoda) following toxic cyanobacterial or dissolved microcystin-LR exposure. Aquatic Toxicology, 98(3): 211-220. DOI

Le Ralec A., Anselme C., Outreman Y., Poirié M., van Baaren J., Le Lann C. & van Alphen J.J. (2010). Evolutionary ecology of the interactions between aphids and their parasitoids. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 554-565. DOI

Le Roux V., Dugravot S., Brunissen L., Vincent C., Pelletier Y. & Giordanengo P. (2010). Antixenosis phloem-based resistance to aphids: is it the rule? Ecological Entomology, 35(4): 407-416. DOI

Leflon M., Hüsken A., Njontie C., Kightley S., Pendergrast D., Pierre J., Renard M. & Pinochet X. (2010). Stability of the cleistogamous trait during the flowering period of oilseed rape. Plant Breeding, 129(1): 13-18. DOI

Legeai F., Risk G., Walsh T., Edwards O., Gordon K., Lavenier D., Leterme N., Méreau A., Nicolas J., Tagu D. & Jaubert-Possamai S. (2010). Bioinformatic prediction, deep sequencing of microRNAs and their role in phenotypic plasticity in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. BMC Genomics, 11: 281. DOI

Legeai F., Shigenobu S., Gauthier J.P., Colbourne J., Rispe C., Collin O., Richards S., Wilson A.C.C., Murphy T. & Tagu D. (2010). AphidBase: a centralized bioinformatic resource for annotation of the pea aphid genome. Insect Molecular Biology, 19(s2): 5-12. DOI

Lizé A., Clément J., Cortesero A.M. & Poinsot D. (2010). Kin recognition loss following anesthesia in beetle larvae (Aleochara bilineata, Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). Animal Cognition, 13(1): 189-194. DOI

Lizé A., Cortesero A.M., Bagneres A.G. & Poinsot D. (2010). Kin recognition in the larvae of a solitary insect: the cue is in the plug. Behavioral Ecology, 21(3): 633-638. DOI

Marais A., Faure C., Candresse T. & Hullé M. (2010). First report of Nasturtium as a natural host of cherry leaf roll virus on Amsterdam Island. Plant Disease, 94(4): 477-477. DOI

Navascues M., Stoeckel S. & Mariette S. (2010). Genetic diversity and fitness in small populations of partially asexual, self-incompatible plants. Heredity, 104(5): 482-492. DOI

Nyabuga F., Outreman Y., Simon J.C., Heckel D. & Weisser W.W. (2010). Effects of pea aphid secondary endosymbionts on aphid resistance and development of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 136(3): 243-253. DOI

Ollivier M., Legeai F. & Rispe C. (2010). Comparative analysis of the Acyrthosiphon pisumgenome and expressed sequence tag-based gene sets from other aphid species. Insect Molecular Biology, 19(s2): 33-45. DOI

Peccoud J. & Simon J.C. (2010). The pea aphid complex as a model of ecological speciation. Ecological Entomology, 35(s1): 119-130. DOI

Peccoud J., Simon J.C., von Dohlen C., Coeur d’Acier A., Plantegenest M., Vanlerberghe-Masutti F. & Jousselin E. (2010). Evolutionary history of aphid-plant association and their role in aphid diversification. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 474-487. DOI

Pierre J. & Hofs J.L. (2010). Astylus atromaculatus Blanchard (Coleoptera: Melyridae): abundance and role in pollen dispersal in Bt and non-Bt cotton in South Africa. Environmental Entomology 39(4): 1523-1531. DOI

Pierre J. & Renard M. (2010). Bilan de 30 ans de travaux de recherche sur la pollinisation du colza.OCL Oléagineux Corps gras et Lipides 17: 121-126.

Pierre J., Vaissière B., Vallée P. & Renard M. (2010). Efficiency of airborne pollen released by honeybee foraging on pollination in oilseed rape: a wind insect-assisted pollination. Apidologie, 41(1): 109-115. DOI

Simon J.C., Stoeckel S. & Tagu D. (2010). Evolutionary and functional insights into reproductive strategies of aphids. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 488-496. DOI

Srinivasan D.G., Fenton B., Jaubert-Possamai S. & Jaouannet M. (2010). Analysis of meiosis and cell cycle genes of the facultatively asexual pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum(Hemiptera: Aphididae). Insect Molecular Biology, 19(s2): 229-239. DOI

Tagu D., Dugravot S., Outreman Y., Rispe C., Simon J.C. & Colella S. (2010). The anatomy of an aphid genome: from sequence to biology. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 333(6-7): 464-473. DOI

The International Aphid Genomics Consortium, Tagu D., Legeai F., Gauthier J.P., Rispe C., Ollivier M. & Jaubert-Possamai S. (2010). Genome sequence of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. PLoS Biology, 8(2): e1000313. DOI

Tsuchida T., Koga R., Horikawa M., Tsunoda T., Maoka T., Matsumoto S., Simon J.C. & Fukatsu T. (2010). Symbiotic bacterium modifies aphid body color. Science, 330(6007): 1102-1104. DOI

Van der Mijnsbrugge K., Bischoff A. & Smith B. (2010). A question of origin: where and how to collect seed for ecological restoration. Basic and Applied Ecology, 11(4): 300-311. DOI

Villate L., Esmenjaud D., Van Helden M., Stoeckel S. & Plantard O. (2010). Genetic signature of amphimixis allows for the detection and fine scale localization of sexual reproduction events in a mainly parthenogenetic nematode. Molecular Ecology, 19(5): 856-873. DOI

Volkoff A.N., Jouan V., Urbach S., Samain S., Bergoin M., Wincker P., Demettre E., Cousserans F., Provost B., Coulibaly F., Legeai F., Beliveau C., Cusson M., Gyapay G. & Drezen J.M. (2010). Analysis of virion structural components reveals vestiges of the ancestral Ichnovirus genome. PLoS Pathogens, 6(5): e1000923. DOI

Walsh T.K., Brisson J.A., Robertson H.M., Gordon K., Jaubert-Possamai S., Tagu D. & Edwards O.R. (2010). A functional DNA methylation system in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. Insect Molecular Biology, 19(s2): 215-228. DOI

Wegensteiner R., Dedryver C.A. & Pierre J.S. (2010). The comparative prevalence and demographic impact of two pathogens in swarming Ips typographusadults: a quantitative analysis of long term trapping data. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 12(1): 49-57. DOI

Wu G.M., Boivin G., Brodeur J., Giraldeau L.A. & Outreman Y. (2010). Altruistic defence behaviours in aphids. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10(1): 19. DOI

Zepeda-Paulo F.A., Simon J.C., Ramírez C.C., Fuentes-Contreras E., Margaritopoulos J.T., Wilson A.C.C., Sorenson C.E., Briones L.M., Azevedo R., Ohashi D.V., Lacroix C., Glais L. & Figueroa C.C. (2010). The invasion route for an insect pest species: the tobacco aphid in the new world. Molecular Ecology, 19(21): 4738-4752. DOI