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2015

Publications 2015

Al Hayek P, Maalouf J-P, Baumel A, Bou Dagher-Kharrat M, Médail F, Touzard B, Michalet R (2015) Differential effects of contrasting phenotypes of a foundation legume shrub drive plant-plant interactions in a Mediterranean mountain. Journal of Vegetation Science 26, 373-384.

Al Hayek P, Maalouf J-P, Touzard B, Michalet R (2015) Disentangling the heritable and plastic components of the competitive and facilitative effects of an alpine foundation species. Journal of Ecology103, 1172–1182.

Antonecchia G, Fortini P, Lepais O, Gerber S, Léger P, Scippa GS, Viscosi V (2015) Genetic structure of a natural oak community in central Italy: Evidence of gene flow between three sympatric white oak species (Quercus, Fagaceae). Annals of Forest Research58, 205-216.

Augusto L, Achat DL, Bakker MR, Bernier F, Bert D, Danjon F, Khlifa R, Meredieu C, Trichet P (2015) Biomass and nutrients in tree root systems-sustainable harvesting of an intensively managed Pinus pinaster (Ait.) planted forest. GCB Bioenergy7, 231-243.

Bagnoli F, Tsuda Y, Fineschi S, Bruschi P, Magri D, Zhelev P, Paule L, Simeone M, González‐Martínez S, Vendramin G (2015) Combining molecular and fossil data to infer demographic history of Quercus cerris: insights on European eastern glacial refugia. Journal of Biogeography43, 679–690.

Barnagaud J-Y, Papaïx J, Gimenez O, Svenning J-C (2015) Dynamic spatial interactions between the native invader brown-headed cowbird and its hosts. Diversity and Distributions21, 511-522.

Bartholomé J, Mabiala A, Savelli B, Bert D, Brendel O, Plomion C, Gion J-M (2015) Genetic architecture of carbon isotope composition and growth in Eucalyptus across multiple environments. New Phytologist206, 1437–1449.

Bartholomé J, Mandrou E, Mabiala A, Jenkins J, Nabihoudine I, Klopp C, Schmutz J, Plomion C, Gion J-M (2015) High-resolution genetic maps of Eucalyptus improve Eucalyptus grandis genome assembly. New Phytologist 206, 1283-1296.

Bélouard T, Py N, Maillet G, Guyon D, Meredieu C, Pausader M, Champion N (2015) Pinastereo-Estimation de la hauteur dominante et de la biomasse forestière dans le massif des Landes de Gascogne à partir d'images stéréoscopiques pléiades. Revue Française de Photogrammétrie et de Télédétection209, 133.

Benito-Garzón M, Fernández-Manjarrés JF (2015) Testing scenarios for assisted migration of forest trees in Europe. New Forests46, 979–994.

Bernhardt-Römermann M, Baeten L, Craven D, De Frenne P, Hédl R, Lenoir J, Bert D, Brunet J, Chudomelová M, Decocq G, Dierschke H, Dirnböck T, Dörfler I, Heinken T, Hermy M, Hommel P, Jaroszewicz B, Keczyński A, Kelly DL, Kirby KJ, Kopecký M, Macek M, Máliš F, Mirtl M, Mitchell FJ, Naaf T, Newman M, Peterken G, Petřík P, Schmidt W, Standovár T, Tóth Z, Van Calster H, Verstraeten G, Vladovič J, Vild O, Wulf M, Verheyen K (2015) Drivers of temporal changes in temperate forest plant diversity vary across spatial scales. Global Change Biology21, 3726–3737.

Bouche PS, Jansen S, Cochard H, Burlett R, Capdeville G, Delzon S (2015) Embolism resistance of conifer roots can be accurately measured with the flow-centrifuge method. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 2, e002.

Bouche PS, Delzon S, Choat B, Badel E, Brodribb TJ, Burlett R, Cochard H, Charra‐Vaskou K, Lavigne B, Li S (2015) Are needles of Pinus pinaster more vulnerable to xylem embolism than branches? New insights from X‐ray computed tomography. Plant, cell & environment39, 860–870.

Branco M, Brockerhoff EG, Castagneyrol B, Orazio C, Jactel H (2015) Host range expansion of native insects to exotic trees increases with area of introduction and presence of congeneric native trees. Journal of Applied Ecology52, 69-77.

Buisson E, Corcket E, Dutoit T (2015) Limiting processes for perennial plant reintroduction to restore dry grasslands. Restoration Ecology23, 947–954.

Cabezas JA, González-Martínez SC, Collada C, Guevara MA, Boury C, de María N, Eveno E, Aranda I, Garnier-Géré PH, Brach J, Alía R, Plomion C, Cervera MT (2015) Nucleotide polymorphisms in a pine ortholog of the Arabidopsis degrading enzyme cellulase KORRIGAN are associated with early growth performance in Pinus pinaster. Tree physiology 35, 1000-1006.

Castellanos MC, González-Martínez SC, Pausas JG (2015) Field heritability of a plant adaptation to fire in heterogeneous landscapes. Molecular Ecology24, 5633–5642.

Charbonnier Y, Gaüzère P, van Halder I, Nezan J, Barnagaud J-Y, Jactel H, Barbaro L (2015) Deciduous trees increase bat diversity at stand and landscape scales in mosaic pine plantations. Landscape Ecology31, 291–300.

Cochard H, Delzon S, Badel E (2015) X-ray microtomography (micro-CT): a reference technology for high-resolution quantification of xylem embolism in trees. Plant, Cell & Environment 38, 201-206.

Costes E, Gion J-M (2015) Genetics and genomics of tree architecture. Advances in Botanical Research74, 157–200.

Cundy A, Bardos P, Puschenreiter M, Witters N, Mench M, Bert V, Friesl-Hanl W, Müller I, Weyens N, Vangronsveld J (2015) Developing effective decision support for the application of "gentle" remediation options: The GREENLAND project. Remediation Journal 25, 101-114.

Dantec CF, Ducasse H, Capdevielle X, Fabreguettes O, Delzon S, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2015) Escape of spring frost and disease through phenological variations in oak populations along elevation gradients. Journal of Ecology103, 1044–1056.

David G, Giffard B, van Halder I, Piou D, Jactel H (2015) Energy allocation during the maturation of adults in a long-lived insect: implications for dispersal and reproduction. Bulletin of entomological research105, 629-636.

Decourcelle T, Piou D, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2015) Detection of Diplodia sapinea in Corsican pine seeds. Plant Pathology 64, 442-449.

Delzon S (2015) New insight into leaf drought tolerance. Functional Ecology 29, 1247-1249.

Ferreira V, Castagneyrol B, Koricheva J, Gulis V, Chauvet E, Graça MAS (2015) A meta-analysis of the effects of nutrient enrichment on litter decomposition in streams. Biological Reviews90, 669–688.

Gion J-M, Chaumeil P, Plomion C (2015) EucaMaps: linking genetic maps and associated QTLs to the Eucalyptus grandis genome. Tree Genetics & Genomes11, 1-7.

Gladieux P, Feurtey A, Hood ME, Snirc A, Clavel J, Dutech C, Roy M, Giraud T (2015) The population biology of fungal invasions. Molecular Ecology24, 1969-1986.

Goicoechea PG, Herrán A, Durand J, Bodénès C, Plomion C, Kremer A (2015) A linkage disequilibrium perspective on the genetic mosaic of speciation in two hybridizing Mediterranean white oaks. Heredity114, 373–386.

Guet J, Fichot R, Lédée C, Laurans F, Cochard H, Delzon S, Bastien C, Brignolas F (2015) Stem xylem resistance to cavitation is related to xylem structure but not to growth and water-use efficiency at the within-population level in Populus nigra L.Journal of Experimental Botany 66, 4643-4652.

Guyot V, Castagneyrol B, Vialatte A, Deconchat M, Selvi F, Bussotti F, Jactel H (2015) Tree diversity limits the impact of an invasive forest pest. PloS One 10, e0136469.

Haase J, Castagneyrol B, Cornelissen JHC, Ghazoul J, Kattge J, Koricheva J, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Morath S, Jactel H (2015) Contrasting effects of tree diversity on young tree growth and resistance to insect herbivores across three biodiversity experiments. Oikos 124, 1674–1685.

İpekdal K, Burban C, Kerdelhué C, Çağlar SS (2015) Distribution of two pine processionary moth species in Turkey evidences a contact zone. Turkish Journal of Zoology 39.

Jaramillo-Correa J-P, Rodríguez-Quilón I, Grivet D, Lepoittevin C, Sebastiani F, Heuertz M, Garnier-Géré PH, Alía R, Plomion C, Vendramin GG, González-Martínez SC (2015) Molecular proxies for climate maladaptation in a long-lived tree (Pinus pinaster Aiton, Pinaceae). Genetics199, 793-807.

Kamimura, K., Gardiner, B.A., Dupont, S., Guyon, D. & Meredieu, C. (2015) Mechanistic and statistical approaches to predicting wind damage to individual maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.) trees in forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research46, 88-100.

Keck F, Rimet F, Franc A, Bouchez A (2015) Phylogenetic signal in diatom ecology: perspectives for aquatic ecosystems biomonitoring. Ecological Applications26, 861-872.

Kidd P, Mench M, Álvarez-López V, Bert V, Dimitriou I, Friesl-Hanl W, Herzig R, Janssen JO, Kolbas A, Müller I, Neui S, Renellaj G, Ruttensgk A, Vangronsveldg J, Puschenreiterl M (2015) Agronomic practices for improving gentle remediation of trace element-contaminated soils. International Journal of Phytoremediation17, 1005-1037.

Kolbas A, Kidd P, Guinberteau J, Jaunatre R, Herzig R, Mench M (2015) Endophytic bacteria take the challenge to improve Cu phytoextraction by sunflower. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22, 5370–5382.

Labbé F, Marcais B, Dupouey J-L, Bélouard T, Capdevielle X, Piou D, Robin C, Dutech C (2015) Pre-existing forests as sources of pathogens? The emergence of Armillaria ostoyae in a recently planted pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management 357, 248-258.

Lamarque LJ, Lortie CJ, Porté AJ, Delzon S (2015) Genetic differentiation and phenotypic plasticity in life-history traits between native and introduced populations of invasive maple trees. Biological Invasions 17, 1109–1122.

Larter M, Brodribb TJ, Pfautsch S, Burlett R, Cochard H, Delzon S (2015) Extreme aridity pushes trees to their physical limits.Plant Physiology168:3.

Leger J-B, Daudin J-J, Vacher C (2015) Clustering methods differ in their ability to detect patterns in ecological networks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution6, 474–481.

Lepoittevin C, Bodénès C, Chancerel E, Villate L, Lang T, Lesur I, Boury C, Ehrenmann F, Zelenica D, Boland A, Besse C, Garnier-Géré P, Plomion C, Kremer A (2015) Single-nucleotide polymorphism discovery and validation in high density SNP array for genetic analysis in European white oaks. Molecular Ecology Resources15, 1446–1459.

Lesur I, Bechade A, Lalanne C, Klopp C, Noirot C, Leplé J-C, Kremer A, Plomion C, Le Provost G (2015) A unigene set for European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and its use to decipher the molecular mechanisms involved in dormancy regulation. Molecular Ecology Resources15, 1192–1204.

Lesur I, Le Provost G, Bento P, Da Silva C, Leplé J-C, Murat F, Ueno S, Bartholomé J, Lalanne C, Ehrenmann F, Noirot C, Burban C, Léger V, Amselem J, Belser C, Quesneville H, Stierschneider M, Fluch S, Feldhahn L, Tarkka M, Herrmann S, Buscot F, Klopp C, Kremer A, Salse J, Aury J-M, Plomion C (2015) The oak gene expression atlas: insights into Fagaceae genome evolution and the discovery of genes regulated during bud dormancy release. BMC Genomics16, 112.

Li S, Daudin JJ, Piou D, Robinet C, Jactel H (2015) Periodicity and synchrony of pine processionary moth outbreaks in France. Forest Ecology and Management354, 309–317.

Mauriat M, Leplé J-C, Claverol S, Bartholomé J, Negroni L, Richet N, Lalanne C, Bonneu M, Coutand C, Plomion C (2015) Quantitative proteomic and phosphoproteomic approaches for deciphering the signaling pathway for tension wood formation in poplar. Journal of proteome research 14, 3188-3203.

de Miguel M, Bartholomé J, Ehrenmann F, Murat F, Moriguchi Y, Uchiyama K, Ueno S, Tsumura Y, Lagraulet H, de Maria N, Cabezas J-A, Cervera M-T, Gion JM, Salse J, Plomion C (2015) Evidence of intense chromosomal shuffling during conifer evolution. Genome Biology and Evolution7, 2799-2809.

Muhamed H, Lingua E, Maalouf J-P, Michalet R (2015) Shrub-oak seedling spatial associations change in response to the functional composition of neighbouring shrubs in coastal dune forest communities. Annals of Forest Science72: 231.

Nardin M, Musch B, Rousselle Y, Guérin V, Sanchez L, Rossi J-P, Gerber S, Marin S, Pâques LE, Rozenberg P (2015) Genetic differentiation of European larch along an altitudinal gradient in the French Alps. Annals of Forest Science72: 517.

Noumi Z, Chaieb M, Michalet R, Touzard B (2015) Limitations to the use of facilitation as a restoration tool in arid grazed savanna: a case study. Applied Vegetation Science18, 391–401.

Paine CE, Amissah L, Auge H, Baraloto C, Baruffol M, Bourland N, Bruelheide H, Daïnou K, Gouvenain RC, Doucet J-L, Doust S, Fine PV, Fortunel C, Haase J, Holl KD, Jactel H, Li X, Kitajima K, Koricheva J, Martínez-Garza C, Messier C, Paquette A, Philipson C, Piotto D, Poorter L, Posada JM, Potvin C, Rainio K, Russo SE, Ruiz-Jaen M, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Webb CO, Wright SJ, Zahawi RA, Hector A (2015) Globally, functional traits are weak predictors of juvenile tree growth, and we do not know why. Journal of Ecology103, 978–989.

Palici, I., Liktor-Busa, E., Zupko, I., Touzard, B., Chaieb, M., Urban, E. & Hohmann, J. (2015) Antimicrobial and antiproliferative activities of some North African desert plants.Planta Medica81, PW_37.

Palici, I.F., Liktor-Busa, E., Zupkó, I., Touzard, B., Chaieb, M., Urbán, E. & Hohmann, J. (2015) Study of in vitro antimicrobial and antiproliferative activities of selected Saharan plants. Acta Biologica Hungarica66, 385-394.

Pokorny L, Riina R, Mairal M, Meseguer AS, Culshaw V, Cendoya J, Serrano M, Carbajal R, Ortiz S, Heuertz M, Sanmartin I (2015) Living on the edge: Timing of Rand flora disjunctions congruent with ongoing aridification in Africa. Frontiers in Genetics6, 154.

Poque S, Pagny G, Ouibrahim L, Chague A, Eyquard J-P, Caballero M, Candresse T, Caranta C, Mariette S, Decroocq V (2015) Allelic variation at the rpv1 locus controls partial resistance to Plum pox virus infection in Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Plant Biology15, 159.

Probst A, Obeidy C, Gaudio N, Belyazid S, Gégout J-C, Alard D, Corket E, Party J-P, Gauquelin T, Mansat A, Nihlgård B, Leguédois S, Sverdrup HU (2015) Evaluation of plant responses to atmospheric nitrogen deposition in France using integrated soil-vegetation models. Critical Loads and Dynamic Risk Assessments. Environmental Pollution25, 359-379.

Psomopoulos F, Duarte AM, Blanchet C, Bonvin AM, Corpas M, Franc A, Jimenez RC, Marco de Lucas J, Nyrönen T, Sipos G (2015) Future opportunities and future trends for e-infrastructures and life sciences: going beyond grid to enable life science data analysis. Frontiers in Genetics6, 197.

Robin C, Brasier C, Reeser PW, Sutton W, Vannini A, Vettraino AM, Hansen E (2015) Pathogenicity of Phytophthora lateralis lineages on resistant and susceptible selections of Chamaecyparis lawsoniana. Plant Disease 99, 1133-1139.

Salmon Y, Torres-Ruiz JM, Poyatos R, Martinez-Vilalta J, Meir P, Cochard H, Mencuccini M (2015) Balancing the risks of hydraulic failure and carbon starvation: a twig scale analysis in declining Scots pine. Plant, Cell & Environment38, 2575–2588.

Sinclair FH, Stone GN, Nicholls JA, Cavers S, Gibbs M, Butterill P, Wagner S, Ducousso A, Gerber S, Petit RJ, Kremer A, Schönrogge K (2015) Impacts of local adaptation of forest trees on associations with herbivorous insects: implications for adaptive forest management. Evolutionary Applications8, 972–987.

Tavares C, Jactel H, van Halder I, Branco M (2015) Reproductive requirements and life cycle of Iberorhyzobius rondensis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), potential biological control agent of Matsucoccus feytaudi (Hemiptera: Matsucoccidae). Environmental Entomology 44, 846-854.

Tavares C, Roques A, Courtial B, Branco M, Jactel H, Lopez-Vaamonde C (2015) Phylogeography of the ladybird Iberorhyzobius rondensis, a potential biological control agent of the invasive alien pine bast scale Matsucoccus feytaudi. BioControl60, 59-69.

Tjørnløv RS, Kissling WD, Barnagaud J-Y, Bøcher PK, Høye TT (2015) Oviposition site selection of an endangered butterfly at local spatial scales. Journal of Insect Conservation 19, 377–391.

Torres-Ruiz JM, Jansen S, Choat B, McElrone AJ, Cochard H, Brodribb TJ, Badel E, Burlett R, Bouche PS, Brodersen CR, Li S, Morris H, Delzon S (2015) Direct X-ray microtomography observation confirms the induction of embolism upon xylem cutting under tension. Plant Physiology 167, 41.

Unger GM, Heuertz M, Vendramin GG, Robledo-Arnuncio JJ (2015) Assessing early fitness consequences of exotic gene flow in the wild: A field study with Iberian pine relicts. Evolutionary Applications9, 367–380.

van Halder I, Barnagaud J-Y, Jactel H, Barbaro L (2015) Woodland habitat quality prevails over fragmentation for shaping butterfly diversity in deciduous forest remnants. Forest Ecology and Management357, 171-180.

Vidal M, Plomion C, Harvengt L, Raffin A, Boury C, Bouffier L (2015) Paternity recovery in two maritime pine polycross mating designs and consequences for breeding. Tree Genetics & Genomes 11, 1-13.

Villemey A, van Halder I, Ouin A, Barbaro L, Chenot J, Tessier P, Calatayud F, Martin H, Roche P, Archaux F (2015) Mosaic of grasslands and woodlands is more effective than habitat connectivity to conserve butterflies in French farmland. Biological Conservation 191, 206-215.

Wagner S, Liepelt S, Gerber S, Petit RJ (2015) Within-range translocations and their consequences in European larch. PLoS ONE10, e0127516.

Wagner S, Litt T, Sánchez-Goñi M-F, Petit RJ (2015) History of Larix decidua Mill. (European larch) since 130 ka. Quaternary Science Reviews 124, 224-247.

Zimmer, H.C., Brodribb, T.J., Delzon, S. & Baker, P.J. (2015) Drought avoidance and vulnerability in the Australian Araucariaceae. Tree Physiology 36, 218-228.