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Articles published in 2015

Andrade T., Outreman Y., Krespi L., Plantegenest M., Vialatte A., Gauffre B. & Van Baaren J. (2015). Spatiotemporal variations in aphid-parasitoid community structures in agricultural ecosystems. Ecosphere, 6(7): e113. DOI

Benkhellat O., Jaloux B., Moali A., Chevrier C. & Monge J.P. (2015). Host discrimination and egg laying in Anisopteromalus calandrae (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) ectoparasitoid of Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Journal of Stored Products Research, 61: 48-53. DOI

Bourhis Y., Poggi S., Mammeri Y., Cortesero A.M., Le Ralec A. & Parisey N. (2015). Perception-based foraging for competing resources: Assessing pest population dynamics at the landscape scale from heterogeneous resource distribution. Ecological Modelling, 312(0): 211-221. DOI

Bretaudeau A., Monjeaud C., Le Bras Y., Legeai F. & Collin O. (2015). BioMAJ2Galaxy: automatic update of reference data in Galaxy using BioMAJ. GigaScience, 4: 22. DOI

Brown S.J. & Tagu D. (2015). Editorial overview: Insect genomics: How to sequence five thousand insect genomes? Current Opinion in Insect Science, 7: iv-v. DOI

Cayetano L., Rothacher L., Simon J.C. & Vorburger C. (2015). Cheaper is not always worse: strongly protective isolates of a defensive symbiont are less costly to the aphid host. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 282(1799). DOI

Clement A., Verfaille T., Lormel C. & Jaloux B. (2015). A new colour vision system to quantify automatically foliar discolouration caused by insect pests feeding on leaf cells. Biosystems Engineering, 133: 128-140. DOI

Gauthier J.P., Outreman Y., Mieuzet L. & Simon J.C. (2015). Bacterial Communities Associated with Host-Adapted Populations of Pea Aphids Revealed by Deep Sequencing of 16S Ribosomal DNA. PLoS ONE, 10(3): e0120664. DOI

Gilabert A., Dedryver C. A., Stoeckel S., Plantegenest M. & Simon J. C. (2015). Longitudinal clines in the frequency distribution of 'super-clones' in an aphid crop pest. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 105(6). DOI

Glais L., Faurez F., Tribodet M., Boulard F. & Jacquot E. (2015). The amino acid 419 in HC-Pro is involved in the ability of PVY isolate N605 to induce necrotic symptoms on potato tubers. Virus Research, In press. DOI

Gouin A., Legeai F., Nouhaud P., Whibley A., Simon J.C. & Lemaitre C. (2015). Whole-genome re-sequencing of non-model organisms: lessons from unmapped reads. Heredity, 114(5): 494-501. DOI

Hervé M.R., Garcia N., Trabalon M., Le Ralec A., Delourme R. & Cortesero A.M. (2015). Oviposition Behavior of the Pollen Beetle (Meligethes aeneus): A Functional Study. Journal of Insect Behavior, 28(2): 107-119.DOI

Huang X., Liu D., Wang D., Shi X. & Simon J.C. (2015). Molecular and Quantitative Genetic Differentiation in Sitobion avenae Populations from Both Sides of the Qinling Mountains. PLoS ONE, 10(3): e0122343. DOI

Janzac B., Willemsen A., Cuevas J.M., Glais L., Tribodet M., Verrier J.L., Elena S.F. & Jacquot E. (2015). Brazilian Potato virus Y isolates identified as members of a new clade facilitate the reconstruction of evolutionary traits within this species. Plant Pathology, on line. DOI

Kamenova S., Tougeron K., Cateine M., Marie A. & Plantegenest M. (2015). Behaviour-driven micro-scale niche differentiation in carabid beetles. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 155(1): 39-46. DOI

Kergunteuil A., Cortesero A.M., Chaminade V., Dourlot S., Paty C., Le Ralec A. & Dugravot S. (2015). Field and laboratory selection of brassicaceous plants that differentially affect infestation levels by Delia radicum. Journal of Applied Entomology, on line. DOI

Kergunteuil A., Dugravot S., Danner H., van Dam N.M. & Cortesero A.M. (2015). Characterizing Volatiles and Attractiveness of Five Brassicaceous Plants with Potential for a 'Push-Pull' Strategy Toward the Cabbage Root Fly, Delia radicum. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 41(4): 330-339. DOI

Legeai F. & Derrien T. (2015). Identification of long non-coding RNAs in insects genomes. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 7(0): 37-44. DOI

Lescourret F., Magda D., Richard G., Adam-Blondon A. F., Bardy M., Baudry J., Doussan I., Dumont B., Lefèvre F., Litrico I., Martin-Clouaire R., Montuelle B., Pellerin S., Plantegenest M., Tancoigne E., Thomas A., Guyomard H. & Soussana J. F. (2015). A social–ecological approach to managing multiple agro-ecosystem services. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 14: 68-75. DOI

Marrec R., Badenhausser I., Bretagnolle V., Borger L., Roncoroni M., Guillon N. & Gauffre B. (2015). Crop succession and habitat preferences drive the distribution and abundance of carabid beetles in an agricultural landscape. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 199: 282-289. DOI

Neuville S., Le Ralec A., Outreman Y. & Jaloux B. (2015). The delay in arrival of the parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae influences the efficiency of cabbage aphid biological control. BioControl  61(2): 115-126. DOI

Peccoud J., Mahéo F., de la Huerta M., Laurence C. & Simon J.C. (2015). Genetic characterisation of new host-specialised biotypes and novel associations with bacterial symbionts in the pea aphid complex. Insect Conservation and Diversity, on line. DOI

Polin S., Le Gallic J. F., Simon J. C., Tsuchida T. & Outreman Y. (2015). Conditional Reduction of Predation Risk Associated with a Facultative Symbiont in an Insect. PLoS ONE, 10(11): e0143728. DOI

Puech C., Poggi S., Baudry J. & Aviron S. (2015). Do farming practices affect natural enemies at the landscape scale? Landscape Ecology, 30(1): 125-140. DOI

Reichel K., Bahier V., Midoux C., Parisey N., Masson J. P. & Stoeckel S. (2015). Interpretation and approximation tools for big, dense Markov chain transition matrices in population genetics. Algorithms for Molecular Biology, 10(1): 1-14. DOI

Rupar M., Faurez F., Tribodet M., Gutierrez-Aguirre I., Delaunay A., Glais L., Kriznik M., Dobnik D., Gruden K., Jacquot E. & Ravnikar M. (2015). Fluorescently Tagged Potato virus Y: A Versatile Tool for Functional Analysis of Plant-Virus Interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 28(7): 739-750. DOI

Saussure S., Plantegenest M., Thibord J.B., Larroudé P. & Poggi S. (2015). Management of wireworm damage in maize fields using new, landscape-scale strategies. Agronomy for sustainable development, 35(2): 793-802. DOI

Simon J.C., d’Alençon E., Guy E., Jacquin-Joly E., Jaquiéry J., Nouhaud P., Peccoud J., Sugio A. & Streiff R. (2015). Genomics of adaptation to host-plants in herbivorous insects. Briefings in Functional Genomics, on line. DOI

Sugio A., Dubreuil G., Giron D. & Simon J.C. (2015). Plant–insect interactions under bacterial influence: ecological implications and underlying mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Botany, 66(2): 467-478. DOI

Van Geem M., Harvey J. A., Cortesero A. M., Raaijmakers C. E. & Gols R. (2015). Interactions Between a Belowground Herbivore and Primary and Secondary Root Metabolites in Wild Cabbage. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 41(8): 696-707. DOI

Zepeda-Paulo F.A., Lavandero B., Mahéo F., Dion E., Outreman Y., Simon J.C. & Figueroa C.C. (2015). Does sex-biased dispersal account for the lack of geographic and host-associated differentiation in introduced populations of an aphid parasitoid? Ecology and Evolution, 5(11): 2149-2161. DOI