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Publications 2010

Abrouk M, Murat F, Pont C, Messing J, Jackson S, Faraut T, Eric Tannier E, Plomion C, Cooke R, Feuillet C, Salse J (2010) Palaeogenomics of plants: synteny-based modelling of extinct ancestors.Trends in Plant Science15, 479-487

Alberto F, Niort J, Derory J, Lepais O, Vitalis R, Galop D, Kremer A (2010) Population differentiation of sessile oak at the altitudinal front of migration in the French Pyrenees.Molecular Ecology19, 2626-2639.

Augusto L, Bakker MR, Morel C, Meredieu C, Trichet P, Badeau V, Arrouays D, Plassard C, Achat DL, Gallet-Budynek A, Merzeau D, Canteloup D, Najar M, Ranger J (2010) Is grey literature a reliable source of data to characterize soils at the scale of a region? A case study in a maritime pine forest in southwestern France.European Journal of Soil Science61, 807-822.

Ba M, Salin F, Fourcaud T, Stokes A (2010) Reorientation strategies in leaning stems of young maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) and loblolly pine (Pinus taeda).IAWA Journal31, 465-480.

Bertheau C, Brockerhoff EG, Roux-Morabito G, Lieutier F, Jactel H (2010) Novel insect-tree associations resulting from accidental and intentional biological 'invasions' : a meta-analysis of effects on insect fitness.Ecology Letters13, 506-515.

Bes C, Mench M, Aulen M, Gaste H, Taberly J (2010) Spatial variation of plant communities and shoot Cu concentrations of plant species at a timber treatment site.Plant Soil330, 267-280

Brodribb TJ, Bowman DJMS, Nichols S, Delzon S, Burlett R (2010) Xylem function and growth rate interact to determine recovery rates after exposure to extreme water deficit.New Phytologist188, 533–542.

Coeurdassier M, Scheifler R, Mench M, Crini N, Vangronsveld J, de Vaufleury A (2010) Arsenic transfer and impacts on snails exposed to stabilized and untreated As-contaminated soils.Environmental Pollution158, 2078-2083.

Colin F, Ducousso A, Fontaine F (2010) Epicormics in 13-year-old Quercus petraea: small effect of provenance and large influence of branches and growth unit limits.Annals of Forest Science67, 312.

Cosson P, Sofer L, Le QH, Léger V, Schurdi-Levraud V, Whitham SA, Yamamoto ML, Gopalan S, Le Gall O, Candresse T, Carrington JC, Revers F (2010) RTM3, which controls long-distance movement of potyviruses, is a member of a new plant gene family encoding a meprin and TRAF homology domain-containing protein.Plant Physiology154, 222-232.

Courty PE, Franc A, Garbaye J (2010) Temporal and functional pattern of secreted enzyme activities in an ectomycorrhizal community.Soil Biology and Biochemistry42, 2022-2025.

Cuesta B, Villar-Salvador P, Puértolas J, Rey Benayas J-M, Michalet R (2010) Facilitation of Quercus ilex in Mediterranean shrubland is explained by both direct and indirect interactions mediated by herbs.Journal of Ecology98, 687-696.

Daudin J-J, Pierre L, Vacher C (2010) Model for heterogeneous random networks using continuous variables and an application to a tree-fungus network.Biometrics66, 1043-1051.

Delzon S, Douthe C, Sala A, Cochard H (2010) Mechanism of water-stress induced cavitation in conifers: bordered pit structure and function support the hypothesis of seal capillary-seeding.Plant Cell & Environment 33, 2101–2111.

Derbel S, Touzard B, Chaieb M (2010) Germination responses of a Saharan species Henophyton deserti Coss. & Durieu to temperature and water stress.Seed Science & Technology38, 646-654.

Derbel S, Touzard B, Triki MA, Chaieb M (2010) Seed germination responses of the Saharan plant species Ephedra alata ssp. alenda to fungicide seed treatments in the laboratory and the field.Flora205, 471-474.

Derory J, Scotti-Saintagne C, Bertocchi E, Le Dantec L, Graignic N, Jauffres A, Casasoli M, Chancerel E, Bodénès C, Alberto F, Kremer A (2010) Contrasting correlations between diversity of candidate genes and variation of bud burst in natural and segregating populations of European oaks.Heredity104, 438-448

Desprez Loustau M-L, Courtecuisse R, Robin C, Husson C, Moreau P-A, Blancard D, Selosse M-A, Lung-Escarmant B, Piou D, Sache I (2010) Species diversity and drivers of spread of alien fungi (sensu lato) in Europe with a particular focus on France.Biological Invasions12, 157-172.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Vitasse Y, Delzon S, Capdevielle X, Marçais B, Kremer A (2010) Are plant pathogen populations adapted for encounter with their host? A case study of phenological synchrony between oak and an obligate fungal parasite along an altitudinal gradient.Journal of Evolutionary Biology23, 87-97.

Durand J, Bodénès C, Chancerel E, Frigerio JM, Vendramin G, Sebastiani F, Buonamici A, Gailing O, Koelewijn HP, Villani F, Mattioni C, Cherubini M, Goicoechea PG, Herrán A, Ikaran Z, Cabané C, Ueno S, Alberto F, Dumoulin P-Y, Guichoux E, de Daruvar A, Kremer A, Plomion C (2010) A fast and cost-effective approach to develop and map EST-SSR markers: oak as a case study.BMC Genomics11, 570.

Dutech C, Fabreguettes O, Capdevielle X, Robin C (2010) Multiple introductions of divergent genetic lineages in an invasive fungal pathogen, Cryphonectria parasitica, in France.Heredity105, 220-228.

Duursma RA, Mäkelä A, Reid DEB, Jokela EJ, Porté AJ, Roberts SD (2010) Self-shading affects allometric scaling in trees.Functional Ecology24, 723–730.

Feau N, Mottet M-J, Périnet P, Hamelin RC, Bernier L (2010) Recent advances related to poplar leaf spot and canker caused by Septoria musiva.Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology32, 122-134.

Forey E, Touzard B, Michalet R (2010) Does disturbance drive the collapse of biotic interactions at the severe end of a diversity-biomass gradient?Plant Ecology206, 287-295.

Franc A, Goulard M, Peyrard N (2010) Chordal graphs to identify graphical models solutions of maximum of entropy under constraints on marginals.SIAM Discrete Mathematics24, 1104–1116.

Gonzalez M, Ladet S, Deconchat M, Cabanettes A, Alard D, Balent G (2010) Relative contribution of edge and interior zones to patch size effect on species richness: An example for woody plants.Forest Ecology and Management259, 266–274.

Hampe A, El Masri L, Petit RJ (2010) Origin of spatial genetic structure in an expanding oak population.Molecular Ecology19, 459-471.

Hampe A, Petit RJ (2010) Cryptic forest refugia on the 'Roof of the World'.New Phytologist185, 5-7.

Herrera R, Krier C, Lalanne C, Ba EHM, Stokes A, Salin F, Fourcaud T, Claverol S, Plomion C (2010) (Not) Keeping the stem straight: insigths from a phenotypic and proteomic analysis of young maritime pine seedlings undergoing phototropism and gravitropism.BMC Plant Biology10, 217.

Joly DL, Feau N, Tanguay P, Hamelin RC (2010) Comparative analysis of secreted protein evolution using expressed sequence tags from four poplar leaf rusts (Melampsora spp.).BMC Genomics11, 422.

Kremer A, Sederoff R, Wheeler N (2010) Genomics of forest and ecosystem health in the Fagaceae: meeting report.Tree Genetics & Genomes6, 815-820.

Lascoux M, Petit RJ (2010) The 'New Wave' in plant demographic inference: more loci and more individuals.Molecular Ecology19, 1075-1078.

Lenoir J, Gégout J-C, Dupouey J-L, Bert D, Svenning J-C (2010) Forest plant community changes during 1989-2007 in response to climate warming in the Jura Mountains (France and Switzerland).Journal of Vegetation Science21, 949-964.

Lepoittevin C, Frigerio JM, Garnier-Géré P, Salin F, Cervera M-T, Vornam B, Harvengt L, Plomion C (2010) In vitro vs in silico detected SNPs for the development of a genotyping array: What can we learn from a non-model species?PLoS One5, e11034.

Lindner M, Maroschek M, Netherer S, Kremer A, Barbati A, Garcia-Gonzalo J, Seidl R, Delzon S, Corona P, Kolström M, Lexer MJ, Marchetti M (2010) Climate change impacts, adaptive capacity, and vulnerability of European forest ecosystems.Forest Ecology and Management259, 698-709.

Marchand L, Mench M, Jacob DL, Otte ML (2010) Metal and metalloid removal in constructed wetlands, with emphasis on the importance of plants and standardized measurements: A review.Environmental Pollution158, 3447-3461.

Mariadassou M, Robin S, Vacher C (2010) Uncovering latent structure in valued graphs: a variational approach.Annals of Applied Statistics4, 715-742.

Mariette S, Tavaud M, Arunyawat U, Capdeville G, Millan M, Salin F (2010) Population structure and genetic bottleneck in sweet cherry estimated with SSRs and the gametophytic self-incompatibility locus.BMC Genetics11, 77.

Mench M, Bert V, Schwitzguébel JP, Lepp N, Schröder P, Gawronski S, Vangronsveld J (2010) Successes and limitations of phytotechnologies at field scale: Outcomes, assessment and outlook from COST Action 859.Journal of Soils and Sediments10, 1039-1070.

Mougou-Hamdane A, Giresse X, Dutech C, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2010) Spatial distribution of lineages of oak powdery mildew fungi in France, using quick molecular detection methods.Annals of Forest Science67, 212

Negim O, Eloifi B, Mench M, Bes C, Gaste H, Motelica-Heino M, Le Coustumer P (2010) Effect of basic slag addition on soil properties, growth and leaf mineral composition of beans in a Cu-contaminated soil.Soil and Sediment Contamination19, 174-187.

Noumi Z, Dhaou SO, Abdallah F, Touzard B, Chaieb M (2010) Acacia tortilis subsp. raddiana in the North African arid zone: the obstacles to natural regeneration.Acta Botanica Gallica157, 231-240.

Noumi Z, Touzard B, Michalet R, Chaieb M (2010) The effects of browsing on the structure of Acacia tortilis (Forssk.) Hayne ssp. raddiana (Savi) Brenan along a gradient of water availability in arid zones of Tunisia.Journal of Arid Environnement74, 625-631.

Pasquet-Kok J, Creese C, Sack L (2010) Turning over a new 'leaf': multiple functional significances of leaves versus phyllodes in Hawaiian Acacia koa.Plant, Cell & Environment33, 2084-2100.

Peñaloza-Ramírez JM, González-Rodríguez A, Mendoza-Cuenca L, Caron H, Kremer A, Oyama K (2010) Altitudinal patterns of interspecific gene flow in a multispecies oak hybrid zone in the Sierra Tarahumara, Mexico.Annals of Botany105, 389-399.

Pyšek P, Jarošík V, Hulme PE, Kühn I, Wild J, Arianoutsou M, Bacher S, Chiron F, Didžiulis V, Essl F, Genovesi P, Gherardi F, Hejda M, Kark S, Lambdon PW, Desprez-Loustau M-L, Nentwig W, Pergl J, Poboljšaj K, Rabitsch W, Roques A, Roy DB, Shirley S, Solarz W, Vilà M, Winter M (2010) Disentangling the role of environmental and human pressures on biological invasions.PNAS107, 12157-12162.

Revardel E, Franc A, Petit RJ (2010) Sex-biased dispersal promotes adaptive parental effects.BMC Evolutionary Biology10, 217.

REX Consortium* (2010) The skill and style to model the evolution of resistance to pesticide and drugs.Evolutionary Applications3, 375-390. (* Bourguet D, Delmotte F, Guillemaud T, Frank P, Reboud X, Vacher C)

Robin C, Lanz, S, Soutrenon A, Rigling D (2010) Dominance of natural over released biological control agents of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica in south-eastern France is associated with fitness-related traits.Biological Control53, 55-61.

Rousselet J, Zhao R, Argal D, Simonato M, Battisti A, Roques A, Kerdelhué C (2010) The role of topography in structuring the demographic history of the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae).Journal of Biogeography37, 1478-1490.

Rossi J-P, Celini L, Mora P, Mathieu J, Lapied E, Nahmani J, Pongé J-F, Lavelle P (2010) Decreasing fallow duration in tropical slash-and-burn agriculture alters soil macroinvertebrate diversity : a case study in southern French Guiana.Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment135, 148-154.

Rossi J-P, van Halder I (2010) Towards indicators of butterfly biodiversity based on a multiscale landscape description.Ecological Indicators10, 452-458.

Ruttens A, Adriaensen K, Meers E, De Vocht A, Geebelen W, Carleer R, Mench M, Vangronsveld J (2010) Long-term sustainability of metal immobilization by soil amendments: cyclonic ashes versus lime addition.Environmental Pollution158, 1428-1434.

Saccone P, Brun J-J, Michalet R (2010) Challenging functional tradeoffs: a key for Acer negundo invasion in European floodplains?Canadian Journal of Forest Research10, 1879-1886.

Saccone P, Pages J-P, Girel J-J, Brun J-J, Michalet R (2010) Acer negundo invasion along a successional gradient: early direct facilitation by natives and late indirect facilitation by conspecifics.New Phytologist187, 831-842.

Shi W, Kerdelhué C, Ye H (2010) Population genetics of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae), in Yunnan (China) based on mitochondrial DNA sequences.Genetica138, 377-385.

Stevens C, Duprè C, Dorland E, Gaudnik C, Gowing DJG, Bleeker A, Diekmann M, Alard D, Bobbink R, Fowler D, Corcket E, Mountford JO, Vandvik V, Aarrestad PA, Muller S, Dise NB (2010) Nitrogen deposition threatens species richness of grasslands across Europe.Environmental Pollution158, 2940-2945.

Ueno S, Le Provost G, Léger V, Klopp C, Noirot C, Frigerio J-M, Salin F, Salse J, Abrouk M, Murat F, Brendel O, Derory J, Abadie P, Léger P, Cabane C, Barré A, de Daruvar A, Couloux A, Wincker P, Reviron M-P, Kremer A, Plomion C (2010) Bioinformatic analysis of ESTs collected by Sanger and pyrosequencing methods for a keystone forest tree species: oak.BMC Genomics11, 650.

Vacher C, Daudin J-J, Piou D, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2010) Ecological integration of alien species into a tree-parasitic fungus network.Biological Invasions12, 3249-3259.

Vilà M, Basnou C, Pyšek P, Josefsson M, Genovesi P, Gollasch S, Nentwig W, Olenin S, Roques A, Roy D, Hulme PE, and DAISIE partners (Desprez-Loustau M-L) (2010) How well do we understand the impacts of alien species on ecological services? A pan-European cross-taxa assessment.Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment8, 135–144.

Vitasse Y, Bresson C, Kremer A, Michalet R, Delzon S (2010) Quantifying phenological plasticity to temperature in two temperate tree species.Functional Ecology24, 1211-1218.

Wingate L, Ogée J, Burlett R, Bosc A, Devaux M, Grace J, Loustau D, Gessler A (2010) Photosynthetic carbon isotope discrimination and its relationship to the carbon isotope signals of stem, soil and ecosystem respiration.New Phytologist188, 576–589.

Xu J, Michalet R, Zhang J-L, Wang G, Chu C-J, Xiao S (2010) Assessing facilitative responses to a nurse shrub at the community level: the example of Potentilla fruticosa in a subalpine grassland from northwest China.Plant Biology12, 780-787.

Zeng Y-F, Liao W-J, Petit RJ, Zhang D-Y (2010) Exploring species limits in two closely related Chinese oaks.PLoS One5, e15529.