CeMEB Technical facilities publications

For all publications since 2011 : see downloable file

 - 2018 & sous presse –

 Anselmetti Y, Duchemin W, Tannier E, Chauve C, Bérard S (2018) Phylogenetic signal from rearrangements in 18 Anopheles species by joint scaffolding extant and ancestral genomes. BMC Genomics 19 (2): 96. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Balachowski J, Volaire F (2018) Implications of plant functional traits and drought survival strategies for ecological restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology sous presse: doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12979 [Experimental fields]

Bonneau M, Atyame C, Beji M, Justy F, Cohen-Gonsaud M, Sicard M, Weill M (2018) Culex pipiens crossing type diversity is governed by an amplified and polymorphic operon of Wolbachia. Nature communications 9 (1): 319. [Genomics]

Delsuc F, Philippe H, Tsagkogeorga G, Simion P, Tilak M-K, Turon X, López-Legentil S, Piette J, Lemaire P, Douzery EJP (2018) A phylogenomic framework and timescale for comparative studies of tunicates. BMC Biology 16 (1): 39. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Fabre P-H, Reeve AH, Fitriana YS, Aplin KP, Helgen KM (2018) A new species of Halmaheramys (Rodentia: Muridae) from Bisa and Obi Islands (North Maluku Province, Indonesia). Journal of Mammalogy sous presse: doi:10.1093/jmammal/gyx160. [Tomography]

Gabirot M, Buatois B, Müller CT, Bonadonna F (2018) Odour of King Penguin feathers analysed using direct thermal desorption discriminates between individuals but not sexes. Ibis sous presse: doi: 10.1111/ibi.12544. [Chemical ecology]

Galan M, Pons JB, Tournayre O, Pierre E, Leuchtmann M, Pontier D, Charbonnel N (2018) Metabarcoding for the parallel identification of several hundred predators and their prey: Application to bat species diet analysis. Mol Ecol Resour 18 (3): 474-489. [Genomics]

Galtier N, Roux C, Rousselle M, Romiguier J, Figuet E, Glemin S, Bierne N, Duret L (2018) Codon usage bias in animals: disentangling the effects of natural selection, effective population size, and GC-biased gene conversion. Molecular Biology and Evolution 35 (5): 1092-1103. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Gaubert P, Antunes A, Meng H, Miao L, Peigné S, Justy F, Njiokou F, Dufour S, Danquah E, Alahakoon J, Verheyen E, Stanley WT, O’Brien SJ, Johnson WE, Luo S-J (2018) The complete phylogeny of pangolins: scaling up resources for the molecular tracing of the most trafficked mammals on Earth. Journal of Heredity 109 (4): 347-359. [Genomics]

Gschloessl B, Dorkeld F, Berges H, Beydon G, Bouchez O, Branco M, Bretaudeau A, Burban C, Dubois E, Gauthier P, Lhuillier E, Nichols J, Nidelet S, Rocha S, Sauné L, Streiff R, Gautier M, Kerdelhué C (2018) Draft genome and reference transcriptomic resources for the urticating pine defoliator Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Molecular Ecology Resources sous presse: doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12756. [Genomics]

Hautier L, Oliver JD, Pierce SE (2018) An overview of Xenarthran developmental studies with a focus on the development of the xenarthrous vertebrae. Journal of Mammalian Evolution: 10.1007/s10914-017-9412-y. [Tomography]

Le Bissonnais Y, Prieto I, Roumet C, Nespoulous J, Metayer J, Huon S, Villatoro M, Stokes A (2018) Soil aggregate stability in Mediterranean and tropical agro-ecosystems: effect of plant roots and soil characteristics. Plant and Soil sous presse: doi: 10.1007/s11104-017-3423-6. [Chemical ecology]

Leblois R, Gautier M, Rohfritsch A, Foucaud J, Burban C, Galan M, Loiseau A, Sauné L, Branco M, Gharbi K, Vitalis R, Kerdelhué C (2018) Deciphering the demographic history of allochronic differentiation in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa. Molecular Ecology 27 (1): 264-278. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Louvrier J, Duchamp C, Lauret V, Marboutin E, Cubaynes S, Choquet R, Miquel C, Gimenez O (2018) Mapping and explaining wolf recolonization in France using dynamic occupancy models and opportunistic data. Ecography 40 (4): 647-660. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Majeed MZ, Miambi E, Barois I, Bernoux M, Brauman A (2018) Characterization of N2O emissions and associated microbial communities from the ant mounds in soils of a humid tropical rainforest. Folia Microbiology (Praha) doi: 10.1007/s12223-017-0575-y:  [Experimental fields]

Milcu A, Puga-Freitas R, Ellison AM, Blouin M, Scheu S, Freschet GT, Rose L, Barot S, Cesarz S, Eisenhauer N, Girin T, Assandri D, Bonkowski M, Buchmann N, Butenschoen O, Devidal S, Gleixner G, Gessler A, Gigon A, Greiner A, Grignani C, Hansart A, Kayler Z, Lange M, Lata J-C, Le Galliard J-F, Lukac M, Mannerheim N, Müller MEH, Pando A, Rotter P, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Seyhun R, Urban-Mead K, Weigelt A, Zavattaro L, Roy J (2018) Genotypic variability enhances the reproducibility of an ecological study. Nature Ecology & Evolution 56: 958-958. [Chemical ecology]

Milesi P, Assogba BS, Atyame CM, Pocquet N, Berthomieu A, Unal S, Makoundou P, Weill M, Labbe P (2018) The evolutionary fate of heterogeneous gene duplications: A precarious overdominant equilibrium between environment, sublethality and complementation. Molecular Ecology 27 (2): 493-507. [Genomics]

Mollion M, Ehlers BK, Figuet E, Santoni S, Lenormand T, Maurice S, Galtier N, Bataillon T (2018) Patterns of genome-wide nucleotide diversity in the gynodioecious plant Thymus vulgaris are compatible with recent sweeps of cytoplasmic genes. Genome Biology and Evolution 10 (1): 239-248. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Montazeaud G, Violle C, Fréville H, Luquet D, Ahmadi N, Courois B, Bouhaba I, Fort F (2018) Crop mixtures: does niche complementarity hold for belowground resources? An experimental test using rice genotypic pairs. Plant and Soil sous presse: doi: 10.1007/s11104-017-3496-2. [Chemical ecology & Experimental fields]

Mourlam MJ, Orliac MJ (2018) Protocetid (Cetacea, Artiodactyla) bullae and petrosals from the middle Eocene locality of Kpogamé, Togo: new insights into the early history of cetacean hearing. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology sous presse: doi:10.1080/14772019.2017.1328378. [Tomography]

Papuga G, Gauthier P, Pons V, Farris E, Thompson JD (2018) Ecological niche differentiation in peripheral populations: a comparative analysis of eleven Mediterranean plant species. Ecography sous presse: 10.1111/ecog.03331. [Chemical ecology]

Paradis E (2018) Analysis of haplotype networks: the randomized minimum spanning tree method. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (5): 1308-1317. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Perez RPA, Dauzat J, Pallas B, Lamour J, Verley P, Caliman J-P, Costes E, Faivre R (2018) Designing oil palm architectural ideotypes for optimal light interception and carbon assimilation through a sensitivity analysis of leaf traits. Annals of Botany: doi: 10.1093/aob/mcx161. [Bio/eco-informatics]

PerrotMinnot MJ, Špakulová M, Wattier R, Kotlík P, Düşen S, Aydoğdu A, Tougard C (2018) Contrasting phylogeography of two Western Palaearctic fish parasites despite similar life cycles. Journal of Biogeography 45 (1): 101-115. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Petsopoulos D, Leblois R, Sauné L, İpekdal K, Aravanopoulos FA, Kerdelhué C, Avtzis DN (2018) Crossing the Mid-Aegean Trench: vicariant evolution of the Eastern pine processionary moth, Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae), in Crete. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society:  [Genomics]

Poirier V, Roumet C, Angers DA, Munson AD (2018) Species and root traits impact on macroaggregation in the rhizospheric soil of a Mediterranean common garden experiment. Plant and Soil 424 (): (1-2): 289-302. [Chemical ecology & Experimental fields]

Prieto I, Querejeta J, Segrestin J, Volaire F, Roumet C (2018) Leaf carbon and oxygen isotopes are coordinated with the leaf economics spectrum in Mediterranean rangeland species. Functional Ecology sous presse: doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13025. [Chemical ecology & Experimental fields]

Proffit M, Bessière J-M, Schatz B, Hossaert-McKey M (2018) Can fine-scale post-pollination variation of fig volatile compounds explain some steps of the temporal succession of fig wasps associated with Ficus racemosa? Acta Oecologica sous presse: 10.1016/j.actao.2017.08.0091-10. [Chemical ecology]

Prunier JG, Dubut V, Loot G, Tudesque L, Blanchet S (2018) The relative contribution of river network structure and anthropogenic stressors to spatial patterns of genetic diversity in two freshwater fishes: A multiple-stressors approach. Freshwater Biology 63 (1): 6-21. [Genomics]

Rousselle M, Mollion M, Nabholz B, Bataillon T, Galtier N (2018) Overestimation of the adaptive substitution rate in fluctuating populations. Biol Lett 14 (5): 2018.0055. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Simion P, Belkhir K, François C, Veyssier J, Rink JC, Manuel M, Philippe H, Telford MJ (2018) A software tool 'CroCo' detects pervasive cross-species contamination in next generation sequencing data. BMC Biology 16 (1): 28. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Sochat V (2018) The Scientific Filesystem. Gigascience 7 (5): giy023. [Bio/eco-informatics]

Soler CCL, Schatz B, Bessière J-M, Hossaert-McKey M (2018) Geographic variation of fruit scents in a dispersion mutualism, the case of Ficus lutea. Acta Oecologica sous presse:  [Chemical ecology]

Thybert D, Roller M, Navarro FCP, Fiddes I, Streeter I, Feig C, Martin-Galvez D, Kolmogorov M, Janousek V, Akanni W, Aken B, Aldridge S, Chakrapani V, Chow W, Clarke L, Cummins C, Doran A, Dunn M, Goodstadt L, Howe K, Howell M, Josselin AA, Karn RC, Laukaitis CM, Jingtao L, Martin F, Muffato M, Nachtweide S, Quail MA, Sisu C, Stanke M, Stefflova K, Van Oosterhout C, Veyrunes F, Ward B, Yang F, Yazdanifar G, Zadissa A, Adams DJ, Brazma A, Gerstein M, Paten B, Pham S, Keane TM, Odom DT, Flicek P (2018) Repeat associated mechanisms of genome evolution and function revealed by the Mus caroli and Mus pahari genomes. Genome Res 28 (4): 448-459. [Genomics]

Veyrunes F, Perez J (2018) X inactivation in a mammal species with three sex chromosomes. Chromosoma 127: 261-267. [Genomics]


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