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Publications 2004

Amiaud B, Touzard B (2004) The relationships between soil seed bank, aboveground vegetation and disturbances in old embanked marshlands of Western France.Flora199, 25-35.

Austerlitz F, Dick CW, Dutech C, Klein EK, Oddou-Muratorio S, Smouse PE, Sork VL (2004) Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve.Molecular Ecology13, 937-954.

Azpilicueta MM, Caron H, Bodénès C, Gallo LA (2004) SSR markers for analysing South American Nothofagus species.Silvae Genetica53, 240-243.

Bahrman N, Costa P, Dubos C, Frigerio J-M, Lalanne C, Pionneau C, Gerber S (2004) Proteomics for genetic and physiological studies in forest trees: application in maritime pine. In: Molecular genetics and breeding of forest trees (eds. Kumar S, Fladung M), p. 53. Food Products Press, Binghmaton, NY.

Barbaro L, Dutoit T, Anthelme F, Corcket E (2004) Respective influence of habitat conditions and management regimes on prealpine calcareous grasslands.Journal of Environmental Management72, 261-275.

Barreneche T, Casasoli M, Russell K, Akkak A, Meddour H, Plomion C, Villani F, Kremer A (2004) Comparative mapping between Quercus and Castanea using simple-sequence repeats (SSRs).Theoretical and Applied Genetics108, 558-566.

Bergot M, Cloppet E, Pérarnaud V, Déqué M, Marçais B, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2004) Simulation of potential range expansion of oak disease caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi under climate change.Global Change Biology10, 1539-1552.

Berndt L, Brockerhoff EG, Jactel H, Weis T, Beaton J (2004) Biology and rearing of Pseudocoremia suavis, an endemic looper (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) with a history of outbreaks on exotic conifers.New Zealand Entomologist27, 73-82.

Branco M, Jactel H, Silva EB, Binazzi A, Mendel Z (2004) Effect of trap design, trap size and pheromone dose on male capture of two pine bast scales species (Hemiptera: Matsucoccidae): implications for monitoring and mass-trapping.Agricultural and Forest Entomology6, 233-239.

Casasoli M, Pot D, Plomion C, Monteverdi MC, Barreneche T, Lauteri M, Villani F (2004) Identification of QTLs affecting adaptive traits in Castanea sativa Mill.Plant, Cell & Environment27, 1088-1101.

Chagné D, Chaumeil P, Ramboer A, Collada C, Guevara A, Cervera MT, Vendramin GG, Garcia V, Frigerio JM, Echt C (2004) Cross-species transferability and mapping of genomic and cDNA SSRs in pines.Theoretical and Applied Genetics109, 1204-1214.

Chat J, Jáuregui B, Petit RJ, Nadot S (2004) Reticulate evolution in kiwifruit (Actinidia, Actinidiaceae) identified by comparing their maternal and paternal phylogenies.American Journal of Botany91, 736-747.

Degen B, Bandou E, Caron H (2004) Limited pollen dispersal and biparental inbreeding in Symphonia globulifera in French Guiana.Heredity93, 585-591.

Deguilloux M-F, Pemonge M-H, Petit RJ (2004) DNA-based control of oak wood geographic origin in the context of the cooperage industry.Annals of Forest Science61, 97-104.

Deguilloux M-F, Pemonge M-H, Petit RJ (2004) Use of chloroplast microsatellites to differentiate oak populations.Annals of Forest Science61, 825-830.

González-Martínez SC, Mariette S, Ribeiro MM, Burban C, Raffin A, Chambel MR, Ribeiro CAM, Aguiar A, Plomion C, Alía R (2004) Genetic resources in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Aiton): molecular and quantitative measures of genetic variation and differentiation among maternal lineages.Forest Ecology and Management197, 103-115.

Kremer A, Reviron MP (2004) Dynamics and conservation of genetic diversity in forest ecosystems.Forest Ecology and Management197, 1-2.

Latouche-Hallé C, Ramboer A, Bandou E, Caron H, Kremer A (2004) Long-distance pollen flow and tolerance to selfing in a Neotropical tree species.Molecular Ecology13, 1055-1064.

Le Dantec L, Chagne D, Pot D, Cantin O, Garnier-Géré P, Bedon F, Frigerio J-M, Chaumeil P, Léger P, Garcia V (2004) Automated SNP detection in expressed sequence tags: statistical considerations and application to maritime pine sequences.Plant Molecular Biology54, 461-470.

Lortie CJ, Brooker RW, Choler P, Kikvidze Z, Michalet R, Pugnaire FI, Callaway RM (2004) Rethinking plant community theory.Oikos107, 433-438.

Lung-Escarmant B, Guyon D (2004) Temporal and spatial dynamics of primary and secondary infection by Armillaria ostoyae in a Pinus pinaster plantation.Phytopathology94, 125-131.

Marçais B, Bergot M, Pérarnaud V, Levy A, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2004) Prediction and mapping of the impact of winter temperature on the development of Phytophthora cinnamomi-induced cankers on red and pedunculate oak in France.Phytopathology94, 826-831.

Mathieu J, Rossi J-P, Grimaldi M, Mora P, Lavelle P, Rouland C (2004) A multi-scale study of soil macrofauna biodiversity in Amazonian pastures.Biology and Fertility of Soils40, 300-305.

Maurel M, Robin C, Simonneau T, Loustau D, Dreyer E, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2004) Stomatal conductance and root-to-shoot signalling in chestnut saplings exposed to Phytophthora cinnamomi or partial soil drying.Functional Plant Biology31, 41-51.

Parducci L, Petit RJ (2004) Ancient DNA-unlocking plants' fossil secrets.New Phytologist161, 335-339.

Petit RJ (2004) Biological invasions at the gene level.Diversity and Distributions10, 159-165.

Petit RJ, Bialozyt R, Garnier-Géré P, Hampe A (2004) Ecology and genetics of tree invasions: from recent introductions to Quaternary migrations.Forest Ecology and Management197, 117-137.

Petit RJ, Bodénès C, Ducousso A, Roussel G, Kremer A (2004) Hybridization as a mechanism of invasion in oaks.New Phytologist161, 151-164.

Scotti-Saintagne C, Bodénès C, Barreneche T, Bertocchi E, Plomion C, Kremer A (2004) Detection of quantitative trait loci controlling bud burst and height growth in Quercus robur L.Theoretical and Applied Genetics109, 1648-1659.

Scotti-Saintagne C, Mariette S, Porth I, Goicoechea PG, Barreneche T, Bodénès C, Burg K, Kremer A (2004) Genome scanning for interspecific differentiation between two closely related oak species [Quercus robur L. and Q. petraea (Matt.) Liebl.].Genetics168, 1615-1626.

Thomas F, Folgarait P, Lavelle P, Rossi JP (2004) Soil macrofaunal communities along an abandoned rice field chronosequence in Northern Argentina.Applied Soil Ecology27, 23-29.