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2003

Publications 2003

Anthelme F, Michalet R, Barbaro L, Brun J-J (2003) Environmental and spatial influences of shrub cover (Alnus viridis DC.) on vegetation diversity at the upper treeline in the inner western Alps.Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research35, 48-55.

Austerlitz F, Garnier-Géré PH (2003) Modelling the impact of colonisation on genetic diversity and differentiation of forest trees: interaction of life cycle, pollen flow and seed long-distance dispersal.Heredity90, 282-290.

Burban C, Petit RJ (2003) Phylogeography of maritime pine inferred with organelle markers having contrasted inheritance.Molecular Ecology12, 1487-1495.

Chagné D, Brown G, Lalanne C, Madur D, Pot D, Neale D, Plomion C (2003) Comparative genome and QTL mapping between maritime and loblolly pines.Molecular Breeding12, 185-195.

Chat J, Decroocq S, Petit RJ (2003) A one-step organelle capture: gynogenetic kiwifruits with paternal chloroplasts.Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences270, 783.

Corcket E, Callaway RM, Michalet R (2003) Insect herbivory and grass competition in a calcareous grassland: results from a plant removal experiment.Acta Oecologica24, 139-146.

Corcket E, Liancourt P, Callaway RM, Michalet R (2003) The relative importance of competition for two dominant grass species as affected by environmental manipulations in the field.Ecoscience10, 186-194.

Deguilloux MF, Pemonge MH, Bertel L, Kremer A, Petit RJ (2003) Checking the geographical origin of oak wood: molecular and statistical tools.Molecular Ecology12, 1629-1636.

Deguilloux M-F, Dumolin-Lapègue S, Gielly L, Grivet D, Petit RJ (2003) A set of primers for the amplification of chloroplast microsatellites in Quercus.Molecular Ecology Notes3, 24-27.

Dubos C, Le Provost G, Pot D, Salin F, Lalane C, Madur D, Frigerio J-M, Plomion C (2003) Identification and characterization of water-stress-responsive genes in hydroponically grown maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) seedlings.Tree Physiology23, 169-179.

Dubos C, Plomion C (2003) Identification of water-deficit responsive genes in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.) roots.Plant Molecular Biology51, 249-262.

Dutech C, Joly HI, Jarne P (2003) Gene flow, historical population dynamics and genetic diversity within French Guianan populations of a rainforest tree species, Vouacapoua americana.Heredity 92, 69-77.

Dutech C, Maggia L, Tardy C, Joly HI, Jarne P (2003) Tracking a genetic signal of extinction-recolonization events in a neotropical tree species: Vouacapoua americana Aublet in French Guiana.Evolution57, 2753-2764.

Gerber S, Chabrier P, Kremer A (2003) FAMOZ: a software for parentage analysis using dominant, codominant and uniparentally inherited markers.Molecular Ecology Notes3, 479-481.

Grivet D, Petit RJ (2003) Chloroplast DNA phylogeography of the hornbeam in Europe: evidence for a bottleneck at the outset of postglacial colonization.Conservation Genetics4, 47-56.

Guerin L, Robin C (2003) Seasonal effect on infection and development of lesions caused by Cryphonectria parasitica in Castanea sativa.Forest Pathology33, 223-235.

Hampe A, Arroyo J, Jordano P, Petit RJ (2003) Rangewide phylogeography of a bird-dispersed Eurasian shrub: contrasting Mediterranean and temperate glacial refugia.Molecular Ecology12, 3415-3426.

Latouche-Hallé C, Ramboer A, Bandou E, Caron H, Kremer A (2003) Nuclear and chloroplast genetic structure indicate fine-scale spatial dynamics in a neotropical tree population.Heredity91, 181-190.

Le Corre V, Kremer A (2003) Genetic variability at neutral markers, quantitative trait loci and trait in a subdivided population under selection.Genetics164, 1205-1219.

Le Provost G, Paiva J, Pot D, Brach J, Plomion C (2003) Seasonal variation in transcript accumulation in wood-forming tissues of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.) with emphasis on a cell wall glycine-rich protein.Planta217, 820-830.

Michalet R, Rolland C, Joud D, Gafta D, Callaway RM (2003) Associations between canopy and understory species increase along a rainshadow gradient in the Alps: habitat heterogeneity or facilitation?Plant Ecology165, 145-160.

Pages J-P, Michalet R (2003) A test of the indirect facilitation model in a temperate hardwood forest of the northern French Alps.Journal of Ecology91, 932-940.

Pagès J-P, Pache G, Joud D, Magnan N, Michalet R (2003) Direct and indirect effects of shade on four forest tree seedlings in the French Alps.Ecology84, 2741-2750.

Petit RJ, Aguinagalde I, de Beaulieu J-L, Bittkau C, Brewer S, Cheddadi R, Ennos R, Fineschi S, Grivet D, Lascoux M, Mohanty A, Müller-Starck G, Demesure-Musch B, Palmé A, Martín JP, Rendell S, Vendramin GG (2003) Glacial refugia: Hotspots but not melting pots of genetic diversity.Science300, 1563-1565.

Plomion C, Cooke J, Richardson T, Mackay J, Tuskan G (2003) Report on the forest trees workshop at the plant and animal genome conference.Comparative and Functional Genomics4, 229-238.

Plomion C, Pionneau C, Baillères H (2003) Analysis of protein expression along the normal to tension wood gradient in Eucalyptus gunnii.Holzforschung57, 353-358.

Saintagne C, Bodenes C, Barreneche T, Pot D, Plomion C, Kremer A (2003) Distribution of genomic regions differentiating oak species assessed by QTL detection.Heredity92, 20-30.

Yazdani R, Nilsson J-E, Plomion C, Mathur G (2003) Marker trait association for autumn cold acclimation and growth rhythm in Pinus sylvestris.Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research18, 29-38.

Yazdani R, Scotti I, Jansson G, Plomion C, Mathur G (2003) Inheritance and diversity of simple sequence repeat (SSR) microsatellite markers in various families of Picea abies.Hereditas138, 219-227.