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Articles 2014

Articles published in 2014

Brisson J.A. & Tagu D. (2014). Editorial overview: Insect genomics. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 1: v-vi. DOI

Cabrera-Brandt M., Silva A.X., Le Trionnaire G., Tagu D. & Figueroa C.C. (2014). Transcriptomic responses of the aphid Myzus persicae nicotianae Blackman (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to insecticides: Analyses in the single Chilean clone of the tobacco aphid. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research, 7(2): 191-199. DOI

Ciss M., Parisey N., Fournier G., Taupin P., Dedryver C.A. & Pierre J.S. (2014). Response of Insect Relative Growth Rate to Temperature and Host-Plant Phenology: Estimation and Validation from Field Data. PLoS ONE, 9(1): e86825. DOI

Collange B., Navarrete M., Montfort F., Mateille T., Tavoillot J., Martiny B. & Tchamitchian M. (2014). Alternative cropping systems can have contrasting effects on various soil-borne diseases: Relevance of a systemic analysis in vegetable cropping systems. Crop Protection, 55(0): 7-15. DOI

Coulson S.J., Convey P., Aakra K., Aarvik L., Avila-Jimenez M.L., Babenko A., Biersma E.M., Bostrom S., Brittain J.E., Carlsson A.M., Christoffersen K., De Smet W.H., Ekrem T., Fjellberg A., Fureder L., Gustafsson D., Gwiazdowicz D.J., Hansen L.O., Holmstrup M., Hullé M., Kaczmarek L., Kolicka M., Kuklinr V., Lakka H.K., Lebedeva N., Makarova O., Maraldo K., Melekhina E., Odegaard F., Pilskog H.E., Simon J.C., Sohlenius B., Solhoy T., Soli G., Stur E., Tanasevitch A., Taskaeva A., Velle G., Zawierucha K. & Zmudczynska-Skarbek K. (2014). The terrestrial and freshwater invertebrate biodiversity of the archipelagoes of the Barents Sea, Svalbard, Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 68: 440-470. DOI

d'Acier A.C., Cruaud A., Artige E., Genson G., Clamens A.L., Pierre E., Hudaverdian S., Simon J.C., Jousselin E. & Rasplus J.Y. (2014). DNA Barcoding and the Associated PhylAphidB@se Website for the Identification of European Aphids (Insecta: Hemiptera: Aphididae). PLoS ONE, 9(6). DOI

Derocles S.A.P., Le Ralec A., Besson M.M., Maret M., Walton A., Evans D.M. & Plantegenest M. (2014). Molecular analysis reveals high compartmentalization in aphid–primary parasitoid networks and low parasitoid sharing between crop and noncrop habitats. Molecular Ecology, 23(15): 3900-3911. DOI

Derocles S.A.P., Plantegenest M., Turpeau-Ait-Ighil E., Chaubet B., Dedryver C.A. & Le Ralec A. (2014). Larval Hitch-Hiking and Adult Flight are Two Ways of Aphidiinae Parasitoids Long-Range Dispersal. Environmental Entomology, 43(5): 1327-1332. DOI

Dubreuil G., Deleury E., Crochard D., Simon J.C. & Coustau C. (2014). Diversification of MIF immune regulators in aphids: link with agonistic and antagonistic interactions. Bmc genomics, 15: e762. DOI

Garnier A., Darmency H., Tricault Y., Chèvre A.M. & Lecomte J. (2014). A stochastic cellular model with uncertainty analysis to assess the risk of transgene invasion after crop-wild hybridization: Oilseed rape and wild radish as a case study. Ecological Modelling, 276: 85-94. DOI

Gilabert A., Simon J.C., Dedryver C.A. & Plantegenest M. (2014). Do ecological niches differ between sexual and asexual lineages of an aphid species? Evolutionary Ecology, 28(6): 1095-1104. DOI

Gutiérrez-Aguirre I., Hodnik V., Glais L., Rupar M., Jacquot E., Anderluh G. & Ravnikar M. (2014). Surface plasmon resonance for monitoring the interaction of Potato virus Y with monoclonal antibodies. Analytical Biochemistry, 447: 74-81. DOI

Hervé M.R., Delourme R., Gravot A., Marnet N., Berardocco S. & Cortesero A.M. (2014). Manipulating Feeding Stimulation to Protect Crops Against Insect Pests? Journal of Chemical Ecology, 40(11-12): 1220-1231. DOI

Hervé M.R., Delourme R., Leclair M., Marnet N. & Cortesero A.M. (2014). How oilseed rape (Brassica napus) genotype influences pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus) oviposition. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 8(5): 393-392. DOI

Jamont M., Dubois-Pot C. & Jaloux B. (2014). Nectar provisioning close to host patches increases parasitoid recruitment, retention and host parasitism. Basic and Applied Ecology, 15(2): 151-160. DOI

Janzac B., Tribodet M., Lacroix C., Moury B., Verrier J.L. & Jacquot E. (2014). Evolutionary Pathways to Break Down the Resistance of Allelic Versions of the PVY Resistance Gene va. Plant Disease, 98(11): 1521-1529. DOI

Jaquiéry J., Stoeckel S., Larose C., Nouhaud P., Rispe C., Mieuzet L., Bonhomme J., Mahéo F., Legeai F., Gauthier J.P., Prunier-Leterme N., Tagu D. & Simon J.C. (2014). Genetic Control of Contagious Asexuality in the Pea Aphid. PLoS Genetics, 10(12): e1004838. DOI

Khouadja F.D., Rouzé-Jouan J., Guyader S. & Fakhfakh H. (2014). Possible correlations between the characteristics of Potato leafroll virus isolates occurring in different geographical regions in Tunisia. Phytoparasitica, 42(2): 259-267. DOI

Leclerc M., Doré T., Gilligan C.A., Lucas P. & Filipe J.A.N. (2014). Estimating the Delay between Host Infection and Disease (Incubation Period) and Assessing Its Significance to the Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. PLoS ONE, 9(1): e86568. DOI

Legeai F., Gimenez S., Duvic B., Escoubas J.M., Grenet A.S.G., Blanc F., Cousserans F., Seninet I., Bretaudeau A., Mutuel D., Girard P.A., Monsempes C., Magdelenat G., Hilliou F., Feyereisen R., Ogliastro M., Volkoff A.N., Jacquin-Joly E., D'Alencon E., Negre N. & Fournier P. (2014). Establishment and analysis of a reference transcriptome for Spodoptera frugiperda. BMC Genomics, 15(704). DOI

Marrec R., Ruault S., Ribout C., Plantegenest M. & Gauffre B. (2014). Isolation and characterization of eleven polymorphic microsatellite markers from the beneficial carabid beetle, Poecilus cupreus (Coleoptera: Carabidae), and genetic structuring among three populations from western France. European Journal of Entomology, 111(5): 726-729. DOI

Nouhaud P., Peccoud J., Mahéo F., Mieuzet L., Jaquiéry J. & Simon J.C. (2014). Genomic regions repeatedly involved in divergence among plant-specialized pea aphid biotypes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27(9): 2013-2020. DOI

Peccoud J., Bonhomme J., Mahéo F., de la Huerta M., Cosson O. & Simon J.C. (2014). Inheritance patterns of secondary symbionts during sexual reproduction of pea aphid biotypes. Insect Science, 21(3): 291-300. DOI

Peccoud J., de la Huerta M., Bonhomme J., Laurence C., Outreman Y., Smadja C.M. & Simon J.C. (2014). Widespread Host-Dependent Hybrid Unfitness In The Pea Aphid Species Complex. Evolution, 68(10): 2983-2995. DOI

Poelman E.H., Gols R., Gumovsky A.V., Cortesero A.M., Dicke M. & Harvey J.A. (2014). Food plant and herbivore host species affect the outcome of intrinsic competition among parasitoid larvae. Ecological Entomology, 39(6): 693-702. DOI

Polin S., Simon J.C. & Outreman Y. (2014). An ecological cost associated with protective symbionts of aphids. Ecology and Evolution, 4(6): 826-830. DOI

Puech C., Baudry J., Joannon A., Poggi S. & Aviron S. (2014). Organic vs. conventional farming dichotomy: Does it make sense for natural enemies? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 194: 48-57. DOI

Purandare S.R., Bickel R.D., Jaquiery J., Rispe C. & Brisson J.A. (2014). Accelerated evolution of morph-biased genes in pea aphids. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31(8): 2073-2083. DOI

Raymond L., Sarthou J.P., Plantegenest M., Gauffre B., Ladet S. & Vialatte A. (2014). Immature hoverflies overwinter in cultivated fields and may significantly control aphid populations in autumn. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 185(0): 99-105. DOI

Raymond L., Vialatte A. & Plantegenest M. (2014). Combination of morphometric and isotopic tools for studying spring migration dynamics in Episyrphus balteatus. Ecosphere, 5(7): e88. DOI

Rizk G., Gouin A., Chikhi R. & Lemaitre C. (2014). MindTheGap: integrated detection and assembly of short and long insertions. Bioinformatics, 30(24): 3451-3457. DOI

Sankara F., Dabire L.C.B., Ilboudo Z., Dugravot S., Cortesero A.M. & Sanon A. (2014). Influence of host origin on host choice of the parasitoid Dinarmus basalis: Does upbringing influence choices later in life? Journal of Insect Science, 14. DOI

Sapountzis P., Duport G., Balmand S., Gaget K., Jaubert-Possamai S., Febvay G., Charles H., Rahbé Y., Colella S. & Calevro F. (2014). New insight into the RNA interference response against cathepsin-L gene in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum: Molting or gut phenotypes specifically induced by injection or feeding treatments. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 51: 20-32. DOI

Simon T.E., Le Cointe R., Delarue P., Morlière S., Montfort F., Hervé M.R. & Poggi S. (2014). Interplay between Parasitism and Host Ontogenic Resistance in the Epidemiology of the Soil-Borne Plant Pathogen Rhizoctonia solani. PLoS ONE, 9(8): e105159. DOI

Stoeckel S. & Masson J.P. (2014). The Exact Distributions of FIS under Partial Asexuality in Small Finite Populations with Mutation. PLoS ONE, 9(1): e85228. DOI

Tagu D., Colbourne J. & Negre N. (2014). Genomic data integration for ecological and evolutionary traits in non-model organisms. Bmc genomics, 15(1): 490. DOI

Tagu D., Le Trionnaire G., Tanguy S., Gauthier J.P. & Huynh J.R. (2014). EMS Mutagenesis in the Pea Aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, 4: 657-667. DOI

Taillebois E., Beloula A., Quinchard S., Jaubert-Possamai S., Daguin A., Servent D., Tagu D., Thany S.H. & Tricoire-Leignel H. (2014). Neonicotinoid Binding, Toxicity and Expression of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Subunits in the Aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. PLoS ONE, 9(5): e96669. DOI