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Articles 2012

Articles published in 2012

Bourdais D., Vernon P., Krespi L. & van Baaren J. (2012). Behavioural consequences of cold exposure on males and females of De Stephani Perez (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). BioControl, 57(3): 349-360. DOI

Carter M.J., Simon J.C. & Nespolo R.F. (2012). The effects of reproductive specialization on energy costs and fitness genetic variances in cyclical and obligate parthenogenetic aphids. Ecology and Evolution, 2(7): 1414-1425. DOI

Cuevas J.M., Delaunay A., Visser J.C., Bellstedt D.U., Jacquot E. & Elena S.F. (2012). Phylogeography and Molecular Evolution of Potato virus Y. PLoS ONE, 7(5). DOI

Dedryver C.A., Le Gallic J.F., Mahéo F., Parisey N. & Tagu D. (2012). Delayed setting of the photoperiodic response in recombinant clones of the aphid species Sitobion avenae. Ecological Entomology, 37(4): 293-299. DOI

Derocles S.A.P., Plantegenest M., Simon J.C., Taberlet P. & Le Ralec A. (2012). A universal method for the detection and identification of Aphidiinae parasitoids within their aphid hosts. Molecular Ecology Resources, 12(4): 634-645. DOI

Faurez F., Baldwin T., Tribodet M. & Jacquot E. (2012). Identification of new Potato virus Y (PVY) molecular determinants for the induction of vein necrosis in tobacco. Molecular Plant Pathology, 13(8): 948-959. DOI

Gallot A., Shigenobu S., Hashiyama T., Jaubert-Possamai S. & Tagu D. (2012). Sexual and asexual oogenesis require the expression of unique and shared sets of genes in the insect Acyrthosiphon pisum. Bmc genomics, 13(1): 76. DOI

Hornoy B., Atlan A., Tarayre M., Dugravot S. & Wink M. (2012). Alkaloid concentration of the invasive plant species Ulex europaeus in relation to geographic origin and herbivory. Naturwissenschaften, 99(11): 883-892. DOI

Hullé M. (2012). Myzus ascalonicus, an Aphid Recently Introduced to Sub-Antarctic Islands, Prefers Native to Exotic Host-Plants. Environmental Entomology, 41(6): 1398-1404. DOI

Ishikawa A., Ogawa K., Gotoh H., Walsh T.K., Tagu D., Brisson J.A., Rispe C., Jaubert-Possamai S., Kanbe T., Tsubota T., Shiotsuki T. & Miura T. (2012). Juvenile hormone titre and related gene expression during the change of reproductive modes in the pea aphid. Insect Molecular Biology, 21(1): 49-60. DOI

Jacquin-Joly E., Legeai F., Montagné N., Monsempes C., François M.C., Poulain J., Gavory F., Walker III W.B., Hansson B.S. & Larsson M.C. (2012). Candidate chemosensory Genes in Female Antennae of the Noctuid Moth Spodoptera littoralis. International Journal of Biological Sciences, 8(7): 1036-1050. DOI

Jaquiéry J., Stoeckel S., Nouhaud P., Mieuzet L., Mahéo F., Legeai F., Bernard N., Bonvoisin A., Vitalis R. & Simon J.C. (2012). Genome scans reveal candidate regions involved in the adaptation to host plant in the pea aphid complex. Molecular Ecology, 21(21): 5251-5264. DOI

Jaquiéry J., Stoeckel S., Rispe C., Mieuzet L., Legeai F. & Simon J.-C. (2012). Accelerated evolution of sex chromosomes in aphids, an X0 system. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29(2): 837-847. DOI

Kergunteuil A., Dugravot S., Mortreuil A., Le Ralec A. & Cortesero A.M. (2012). Selecting volatiles to protect brassicaceous crops against the cabbage root fly, Delia radicum. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 144(1): 69-77. DOI

Klueken A.M., Simon J.C., Hondelmann P., Mieuzet L., Gilabert A., Poehling H.M. & Hau B. (2012). Are primary woody hosts 'island refuges' for host-alternating aphids and important for colonization of local cereals? Journal of Applied Entomology, 135(5): 347-360. DOI

Le Guigo P., Maingeneau A. & Le Corff J. (2012). Performance of an aphid Myzus persicaeand its parasitoid Diaeretiella rapaeon wild and cultivated Brassicaceae. Journal of Plant Interactions, 7(4): 326-332. DOI

Le Guigo P., Rolier A. & Le Corff J. (2012). Plant neighborhood influences colonization of Brassicaceae by specialist and generalist aphids. Oecologia, 169(3): 753-761. DOI

Le Trionnaire G., Jaubert-Possamai S., Bonhomme J., Gauthier J.P., Guernec G., Le Cam A., Legeai F., Monfort J. & Tagu D. (2012). Transcriptomic profiling of the reproductive mode switch in the pea aphid in response to natural autumnal photoperiod. Journal of Insect Physiology, 58(12): 1517-1524. DOI

Leroy P., Guilhot N., Sakai H., Bernard A., Choulet F., Theil S., Reboux  S., Amano N., Flutre T., Pelegrin C., Ohyanagi H., Seidel M., Giacomoni F., Reichstadt M., Alaux M., Gicquello E., Legeai F., Cerutti L., Numa H., Tanaka T., Mayer K., Itoh T., Quesneville H. & Feuillet C. (2012). TriAnnot: a versatile and high performance pipeline for the automated annotation of plant genomes. Frontiers in Plant Science, 3. DOI

Mathur V., Wagenaar R., Caissard J.C., Reddy A.S., Vet L.E.M., Cortesero A.M. & Van Dam N.M. (2012). A novel indirect defence in Brassicaceae: Structure and function of extrafloral nectaries in Brassica juncea. Plant, Cell & Environment, on line. DOI

Ollivier M., Gabaldón T., Poulain J., Gavory F., Leterme N., Gauthier J.-P., Legeai F., Tagu D., Simon J.C. & Rispe C. (2012). Comparison of gene repertoires and patterns of evolutionary rates in eight aphid species that differ by reproductive mode. Genome Biology and Evolution, 19(2): 33-45. DOI

Ortiz-Rivas B., Jaubert-Possamai S., Tanguy S., Gauthier J.P., Tagu D. & Rispe C. (2012). Evolutionary study of duplications of the miRNA machinery in aphids associated with striking rate acceleration and changes in expression profiles. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 12(1): 216. DOI

Pierre P.S., Dugravot S., Cortesero A.M., Poinsot D., Raaijmakers C.E., Hassan H.M. & van Dam N.M. (2012). Broccoli and turnip plants display contrasting responses to belowground induction by Delia radicuminfestation and phytohormone applications. Phytochemistry, 73: 42-50. DOI

Schmitz A., Anselme C., Ravallec M., Rebuf C., Simon J.C., Gatti J.L. & Poirié M. (2012). The Cellular Immune Response of the Pea Aphid to Foreign Intrusion and Symbiotic Challenge. PLoS ONE, 7(7): e42114. DOI

Stoeckel S., Klein E.K., Oddou-Muratorio S., Musch B. & Mariette S. (2012). Microevolution of s-allele frequencies in wild cherry populations: respective impacts of negative frequency dependent selection and genetic drift. Evolution, 66(2): 486-504. DOI