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2005

Publications 2005

Aguinagalde I, Hampe A, Mohanty A, Martín JP, Duminil J, Petit RJ (2005) Effects of life-history traits and species distribution on genetic structure at maternally inherited markers in European trees and shrubs.Journal of Biogeography32, 329-339.

Alard D, Chabrerie O, Dutoit T, Roche P, Langlois E (2005) Patterns of secondary succession in calcareous grasslands: can we distinguish the influence of former land uses from present vegetation data?Basic and Applied Ecology6, 161-173.

Aubert M, Hedde M, Decaens T, Margerie P, Alard D, Bureau F (2005) Facteurs contrôlant la variabilité spatiale de la macrofaune du sol dans une hêtraie pure et une hêtraie-charmaie.Comptes Rendus Biologies328, 57-74.

Barbaro L, Pontcharraud L, Vétillard F, Guyon D, Jactel H (2005) Comparative responses of bird, carabid, and spider assemblages to stand and landscape diversity in maritime pine plantation forests.Ecoscience12, 110-121.

Blanc J-F, Lalanne C, Plomion C, Schmitter J-M, Bathany K, Gion J-M, Bioulac-Sage P, Balabaud C, Bonneu M, Rosenbaum J (2005) Proteomic analysis of differentially expressed proteins in hepatocellular carcinoma developed in patients with chronic viral hepatitis C.Proteomics5, 3778-3789.

Brockerhoff EG, Berndt LA, Jactel H (2005) Role of exotic pine forests in the conservation of the critically endangered New Zealand ground beetle Holcaspis brevicula (Coleoptera: Carabidae).New Zealand Journal of Ecology29, 37-43.

Brooker R, Kikvidze Z, Pugnaire FI, Callaway RM, Choler P, Lortie CJ, Michalet R (2005) The importance of importance.Oikos109, 63-70.

Cavers S, Degen B, Caron H, Lemes MR, Margis R, Salgueiro F, Lowe AJ (2005) Optimal sampling strategy for estimation of spatial genetic structure in tree populations.Heredity95, 281-289.

Coart E, Glabeke SV, Petit RJ, Bockstaele EV, Roldán-Ruiz I (2005) Range wide versus local patterns of genetic diversity in hornbeam (Carpinus betulus L.).Conservation Genetics6, 259-273.

Colpaert N, Cavers S, Bandou E, Caron H, Gheysen G, Lowe AJ (2005) Sampling tissue for DNA analysis of trees: trunk cambium as an alternative to canopy leaves.Silvae Genetica54, 265-269.

Dutech C, Sork VL, Irwin AJ, Smouse PE, Davis FW (2005) Gene flow and fine-scale genetic structure in a wind-pollinated tree species, Quercus lobata (Fagaceaee).American Journal of Botany92, 252-261.

Ferry-Dumazet H, Houel G, Montalent P, Moreau L, Langella O, Negroni L, Vincent D, Lalanne C, De Daruvar A, Plomion C (2005) PROTICdb: A web-based application to store, track, query, and compare plant proteome data.Proteomics5, 2069-2081.

Gion J-M, Lalanne C, Le Provost G, Ferry-Dumazet H, Paiva J, Chaumeil P, Frigerio J-M, Brach J, Barré A, de Daruvar A (2005) The proteome of maritime pine wood forming tissue.Proteomics5, 3731-3751.

Guevara MA, Chagné D, Almeida MH, Byrne M, Collada C, Favre JM, Harvengt L, Jeandroz S, Orazio C, Plomion C (2005) Isolation and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in Pinus pinaster Ait.Molecular Ecology Notes5, 57-59.

Gugerli F, Parducci L, Petit RJ (2005) Ancient plant DNA: review and prospects.New Phytologist166, 409-418.

Hampe A, Petit RJ (2005) Conserving biodiversity under climate change: the rear edge matters.Ecology Letters8, 461-467.

Jactel H, Brockerhoff E, Duelli P (2005) A test of the biodiversity-stability theory: meta-analysis of tree species diversity effects on insect pest infestations, and re-examination of responsible factors.Forest Diversity and Function176, 235-262.

Kikvidze Z, Pugnaire FI, Brooker RW, Choler P, Lortie CJ, Michalet R, Callaway RM (2005) Linking patterns and processes in alpine plant communities: a global study.Ecology86, 1395-1400.

Kremer A, Caron H, Cavers S, Colpaert N, Gheysen G, Gribel R, Lemes M, Lowe AJ, Margis R, Navarro C (2005) Monitoring genetic diversity in tropical trees with multilocus dominant markers.Heredity95, 274-280.

Liancourt P, Callaway RM, Michalet R (2005) Stress tolerance and competitive-response ability determine the outcome of biotic interactions.Ecology86, 1611-1618.

Liancourt P, Corcket E, Michalet R (2005) Stress tolerance abilities and competitive responses in a watering and fertilization field experiment.Journal of Vegetation Science16, 713-722.

Magni CR, Ducousso A, Caron H, Petit RJ, Kremer A (2005) Chloroplast DNA variation of Quercus rubra L. in North America and comparison with other Fagaceae.Molecular Ecology14, 513-524.

Mathieu J, Rossi J-P, Mora P, Lavelle P, da S. Martins PF, Rouland C, Grimaldi M (2005) Recovery of soil macrofauna communities after forest clearance in Eastern Amazonia, Brazil.Conservation Biology19, 1598-1605.

Petit RJ, Deguilloux M, Chat J, Grivet D, Garnier-Géré P, Vendramin GG (2005) Standardizing for microsatellite length in comparisons of genetic diversity.Molecular Ecology14, 885-890.

Petit RJ, Duminil J, Fineschi S, Hampe A, Salvini D, Vendramin GG (2005) Comparative organization of chloroplast, mitochondrial and nuclear diversity in plant populations.Molecular Ecology14, 689-701.

Petit RJ, Hampe A, Cheddadi R (2005) Climate changes and tree phylogeography in the Mediterranean.Taxon 54, 877-885.

Peyrard N, Franc A (2005) Cluster variation approximations for a contact process living on a graph.Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications358, 575-592.

Plomion C, Richardson T, MacKay J (2005) Advances in forest tree genomics.New Phytologist166, 713-717.

Porth I, Scotti-Saintagne C, Barreneche T, Kremer A, Burg K (2005) Linkage mapping of osmotic stress induced genes of oak.Tree Genetics & Genomes1, 31-40.

Pot D, McMillan L, Echt C, Le Provost G, Garnier-Géré P, Cato S, Plomion C (2005) Nucleotide variation in genes involved in wood formation in two pine species.New Phytologist167, 101-112.

Renella G, Mench M, Gelsomino A, Landi L, Nannipieri P (2005) Functional activity and microbial community structure in soils amended with bimetallic sludges.Soil Biology and Biochemistry37, 1498-1506.

Rossi J-P, Blanchart E (2005) Seasonal and land-use induced variations of soil macrofauna composition in the Western Ghats, southern India.Soil Biology and Biochemistry37, 1093-1104.

Salgueiro F, Caron H, De Souza MIF, Kremer A, Margis R (2005) Characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in South American Araucariaceae species.Molecular Ecology Notes5, 256-258.

Scotti I, Burelli A, Cattonaro F, Chagné D, Fuller J, Hedley PE, Jansson G, Lalanne C, Madur D, Neale D (2005) Analysis of the distribution of marker classes in a genetic linkage map: a case study in Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst).Tree Genetics & Genomes1, 93-102.

Scotti-Saintagne C, Bertocchi E, Barreneche T, Kremer A, Plomion C (2005) Quantitative trait loci mapping for vegetative propagation in pedunculate oak.Annals of Forest Science62, 369-374.

Shi W, Kerdelhué C, Ye H (2005) Population genetics of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae), in Yunnan (China) based on mitochondrial DNA sequences.Environmental Entomology34, 977-983.

Veron V, Caron H, Degen B (2005) Gene flow and mating system of the tropical tree Sextonia rubra.Silvae Genetica54, 275-280.

Vettraino AM, Morel O, Perlerou C, Robin C, Diamandis S, Vannini A (2005) Occurrence and distribution of Phytophthora species in European chestnut stands, and their association with Ink Disease and crown decline.European Journal of Plant Pathology111, 169-180.