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Articles 2016

Articles published in 2016

Andrade T. O., Krespi L., Bonnardot V., van Baaren J. & Outreman Y. (2016). Impact of change in winter strategy of one parasitoid species on the diversity and function of a guild of parasitoids. Oecologia, 180(3), 877-888. DOI

Aviron S., Poggi S., Varennes Y. D. & Lefevre A. (2016). Local landscape heterogeneity affects crop colonization by natural enemies of pests in protected horticultural cropping systems. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 227, 1-10. DOI

Bailleul D., Stoeckel S. & Arnaud-Haond S. (2016). RClone: a package to identify MultiLocus Clonal Lineages and handle clonal datasets in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7(8), 966-970. DOI

Bertho S., Pasquier J., Pan Q. W., Le Trionnaire G., Bobe J., Postlethwait J. H., Pailhoux E., Schartl M., Herpin A. & Guiguen Y. (2016). Foxl2 and Its Relatives Are Evolutionary Conserved Players in Gonadal Sex Differentiation. Sexual Development, 10(3), 111-129. DOI

Bili M., Cortesero A. M., Mougel C., Gauthier J. P., Ermel G., Simon J. C., Outreman Y., Terrat S., Mahéo F. & Poinsot D. (2016). Bacterial Community Diversity Harboured by Interacting Species. PLoS ONE, 11(6), e0155392. DOI

Bili M., Cortesero A. M., Outreman Y. & Poinsot D. (2016). Host specialisation and competition asymmetry in coleopteran parasitoids. Oecologia, 182(1), 111-118. DOI

Bischoff A., Pollier A., Lamarre E., Salvadori O., Cortesero A. M., Le Ralec A., Tricault Y. & Jaloux B. (2016). Effects of spontaneous field margin vegetation and surrounding landscape on Brassica oleracea crop herbivory. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 223, 135-143. DOI

Catarino R., Ceddia G., Areal F., Parisey N. & Park J. (2016). Managing maize under pest species competition: Is Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) maize the solution? Ecosphere, 7(6), e01340. DOI

Ciss M., Poggi S., Memmah M. M., Franck P., Gosme M., Parisey N. & Roques L. (2016). A model-based approach to assess the effectiveness of pest biocontrol by natural enemies. DOI

Derocles S. A. P., Plantegenest M., Rasplus J. Y., Marie A., Evans D. M., Lunt D. H. & Le Ralec A. (2016). Are generalist Aphidiinae (Hym. Braconidae) mostly cryptic species complexes? Systematic Entomology, 41(2), 379-391. DOI

Eoche-Bosy D., Outreman Y., Andrade T. O., Krespi L. & van Baaren J. (2016). Seasonal variations of host resources influence foraging strategy in parasitoids. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 161(1), 11-19. DOI

Eyres I., Jaquiéry J., Sugio A., Duvaux L., Gharbi K., Zhou J. J., Legeai F., Nelson M., Simon J. C., Smadja C. M., Butlin R. & Ferrari J. (2016). Differential gene expression according to race and host plant in the pea aphid. Molecular Ecology, 25(17), 4197-4215. DOI

Gigon V., Camps C. & Le Corff J. (2016). Biological control of Tetranychus urticae by Phytoseiulus macropilis and Macrolophus pygmaeus in tomato greenhouses. Experimental and Applied Acarology, 68(1), 55-70. DOI

Guy E., Boulain, H., Aigu Y., Le Pennec C., Chawki K., Morlière S., Schädel K., Kunert G., Simon J. C. & Sugio A. (2016). Optimization of Agroinfiltration in Pisum sativum Provides a New Tool for Studying the Salivary Protein Functions in the Pea Aphid Complex. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7(1171). DOI

Hervé M. R. & Cortesero A. M. (2016). Potential for oilseed rape resistance in pollen beetle control. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 10(6), 463-475. DOI

Hervé M. R., Delourme R. & Cortesero A. M. (2016). Plant genotype affects the quality of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) for adults and larvae of the pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus). Physiological Entomology, 41(3), 202-209. DOI

Ison J., Rapacki K., Menager H., Kalas M., Rydza E., Chmura P., Anthon C., Beard N., Berka K., Bolser D., Booth T., Bretaudeau A., Brezovsky J., Casadio R., Cesareni G., Coppens F., Cornell M., Cuccuru G., Davidsen K., Della Vedova G., Dogan T., Doppelt-Azeroual O., Emery L., Gasteiger E., Gatter T., Goldberg T., Grosjean M., Gruning B., Helmer-Citterich M., Ienasescu H., Ioannidis V., Jespersen M. C., Jimenez R., Juty N., Juvan P., Koch M., Laibe C., Li J. W., Licata L., Mareuil F., Micetic I., Friborg R. M., Moretti S., Morris C., Moller S., Nenadic A., Peterson H., Profiti G., Rice P., Romano P., Roncaglia P., Saidi R., Schafferhans A., Schwammle V., Smith C., Sperotto M. M., Stockinger H., Varekova R. S., Tosatto S. C. E., de la Torre V., Uva P., Via A., Yachdav G., Zambelli F., Vriend G., Rost B., Parkinson H., Longreen P. & Brunak S. (2016). Tools and data services registry: a community effort to document bioinformatics resources. Nucleic Acids Research, 44(D1), D38-D47. DOI

Le Cointe R., Simon T. E., Delarue P., Hervé M., Leclerc M. & Poggi S. (2016). Reducing the Use of Pesticides with Site-Specific Application: The Chemical Control of Rhizoctonia solani as a Case of Study for the Management of Soil-Borne Diseases. PLoS ONE, 11(9), e0163221. DOI

Leclair M., Pons I., Mahéo F., Morlière S., Simon J.-C. & Outreman Y. (2016). Diversity in symbiont consortia in the pea aphid complex is associated with large phenotypic variation in the insect host. Evolutionary Ecology, 30(5), 925-941. DOI

Machado R. A. R., McClure M., Herve M. R., Baldwin I. T. & Erb M. (2016). Benefits of jasmonate-dependent defenses against vertebrate herbivores in nature. Elife, 5, e13720. DOI

Manzano-Marin A., Simon J. C. & Latorre A. (2016). Reinventing the Wheel and Making It Round Again: Evolutionary Convergence in Buchnera-Serratia Symbiotic Consortia between the Distantly Related Lachninae Aphids Tuberolachnus salignus and Cinara cedri. Genome Biology and Evolution, 8(5), 1440-1458. DOI

Mieuzet L., Quillevere A., Pilet M. L. & Le May C. (2016). Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the oomyceta Aphanomyces euteiches. Fungal Genetics and Biology, 91, 1-5. DOI

Mottet C., Fontaine S., Caddoux L., Brazier C., Mahéo F., Simon J. C., Micoud A. & Roy L. (2016). Assessment of the Dominance Level of the R81T Target Resistance to Two Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 109(5), 2182-2189. DOI

Neuville S., Le Ralec A., Outreman Y. & Jaloux B. (2016). The delay in arrival of the parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae influences the efficiency of cabbage aphid biological control. BioControl, 61(2), 115-126. DOI

Papierok B., Dedryver C. A. & Hulle M. (2016). First records of aphid-pathogenic Entomophthorales in the sub-Antarctic archipelagos of Crozet and Kerguelen. Polar Research, 35, 28765. DOI

Parisey N., Bourhis Y., Roques L., Soubeyrand S., Ricci B. & Poggi S. (2016). Rearranging agricultural landscapes towards habitat quality optimisation: In silico application to pest regulation. Ecological Complexity, 28, 113-122. DOI

Pollier A., Dosdat S., Tricault Y., Bischoff A., Plantegenest M. & Jaloux B. (2016). Using the stable isotope marker C-13 to study extrafloral nectar uptake by parasitoids under controlled conditions and in the field. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 161(2), 131-140. DOI

Raymond L., Plantegenest M., Gagic V., Navasse Y. & Lavandero B. (2016). Aphid parasitoid generalism: development, assessment, and implications for biocontrol. Journal of Pest Science, 89(1), 7-20. DOI

Reichel K., Masson J. P., Malrieu F., Arnaud-Haond S. & Stoeckel S. (2016). Rare sex or out of reach equilibrium? The dynamics of F IS in partially clonal organisms. BMC Genetics, 17(1), e76. DOI

Reichel K., Richter F., Eichel L., Kacki Z., Wesche K., Welk E., Neinhuis C. & Ritz C. M. (2016). Genetic diversity in the locally declining Laserpitium prutenicum L. and the more common Selinum carvifolia (L.) L.: a "silent goodbye"? Conservation Genetics, 17(4), 847-860. DOI

Rispe C., Legeai F., Papura D., Bretaudeau A., Hudaverdian S., Le Trionnaire G., Tagu D., Jaquiéry J. & Delmotte F. (2016). De novo transcriptome assembly of the grapevine phylloxera allows identification of genes differentially expressed between leaf- and root-feeding forms. BMC Genomics, 17(1), 219. DOI

Rouger R., Reichel K., Malrieu F., Masson J. P. & Stoeckel S. (2016). Effects of complex life cycles on genetic diversity: cyclical parthenogenesis. Heredity, 117(5), 336-347. DOI

Zepeda-Paulo F. A., Dion E., Lavandero B., Mahéo F., Outreman Y., Simon J. C. & Figueroa C. C. (2016). Signatures of genetic bottleneck and differentiation after the introduction of an exotic parasitoid for classical biological control. Biological Invasions, 18(2), 565-581 DOI