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Publications 2006

Anderson LL, Hu FS, Nelson DM, Petit RJ, Paige KN (2006) Ice-age endurance: DNA evidence of a white spruce refugium in Alaska.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences103, 12447-12450.

Barres B, Dutech C, Andrieux A, Caron H, Pinon J, Frey P (2006) Isolation and characterization of 15 microsatellite loci in the poplar rust fungus, Melampsora larici-populina, and cross-amplification in related species.Molecular Ecology Notes6, 60-64.

Bialozyt R, Ziegenhagen B, Petit RJ (2006) Contrasting effects of long distance seed dispersal on genetic diversity during range expansion.Journal of Evolutionary Biology19, 12-20.

Branco M, Jactel H, Franco JC, Mendel Z (2006) Modelling response of insect trap captures to pheromone dose.Ecological Modelling197, 247-257.

Branco M, Lettere M, Franco JC, Binazzi A, Jactel H (2006) Kairomonal response of predators to three pine bast scale sex pheromones.Journal of Chemical Ecology32, 1577-1586.

Breuillin F, Dutech C, Robin C (2006) Genetic diversity of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica in four French populations assessed by microsatellite markers. Mycological Research110, 288-296.

Brockerhoff EG, Liebhold AM, Jactel H (2006) The ecology of forest insect invasions and advances in their management. Canadian Journal of Forest Research36, 263-268.

Buisson E, Holl KD, Anderson S, Corcket E, Hayes GF, Torre F, Peteers A, Dutoit T (2006) Effect of seed source, topsoil removal, and plant neighbor removal on restoring California coastal prairies.Restoration Ecology14, 569-577.

Carnus J-M, Parrotta J, Brockerhoff E, Arbez M, Jactel H, Kremer A, Lamb D, Ohara K, Walters B (2006) Planted forests and biodiversity.Journal of Forestry104, 65-77.

Casasoli M, Derory J, Morera-Dutrey C, Brendel O, Porth I, Guehl J-M, Villani F, Kremer A (2006) Comparison of quantitative trait loci for adaptive traits between oak and chestnut based on an expressed sequence tag consensus map.Genetics172, 533-546.

Cordonnier T, Courbaud B, Franc A (2006) The effect of colonization and competition processes on the relation between disturbance and diversity in plant communities.Journal of Theoretical Biology243, 1-12.

Degen B, Blanc L, Caron H, Maggia L, Kremer A, Gourlet-Fleury S (2006) Impact of selective logging on genetic composition and demographic structure of four tropical tree species.Biological Conservation131, 386-401.

Deguilloux MF, Bertel L, Celant A, Pemonge MH, Sadori L, Magri D, Petit RJ (2006) Genetic analysis of archaeological wood remains: first results and prospects.Journal of Archaeological Science33, 1216-1227.

Derory J, Léger P, Garcia V, Schaeffer J, Hauser M-T, Salin F, Luschnig C, Plomion C, Glössl J, Kremer A (2006) Transcriptome analysis of bud burst in sessile oak (Quercus petraea).New Phytologist170, 723-738.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Husson C, Badeau V, Déqué M (2006) Symposium: The effects of climate change on tree diseases.Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology28, 385-386.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Marcais B, De La Rocque S (2006) Facteurs climatiques et maladies dans les écosystèmes naturels et agroécosystèmes.Biofutur32, 37-40.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Marçais B, Nageleisen L-M, Piou D, Vannini A (2006) Interactive effects of drought and pathogens in forest trees.Annals of Forest Science63, 597-612.

Di Michele M, Chiatante D, Plomion C, Scippa GS (2006) A proteomic analysis of Spanish broom (Spartium junceum L.) root growing on a slope condition.Plant Science170, 926-935.

Duminil J, Caron H, Scotti I, Cazal S-O, Petit RJ (2006) Blind population genetics survey of tropical rainforest trees.Molecular Ecology15, 3505-3513.

Ernoult A, Freiré-Diaz S, Langlois E, Alard D (2006) Are similar landscapes the result of similar histories?Landscape Ecology21, 631-639.

Ernoult A, Tremauville Y, Cellier D, Margerie P, Langlois E, Alard D (2006) Potential landscape drivers of biodiversity components in a flood plain: Past or present patterns?Biological Conservation127, 1-17.

Geebelen W, Sappin-Didier V, Ruttens A, Carleer R, Yperman J, Bongue-Boma K, Mench M, Van der Lelie N, Vangronsveld J (2006) Evaluation of cyclonic ash, commercial Na-silicates, lime and phosphoric acid for metal immobilisation purposes in contaminated soils in Flanders (Belgium).Environmental Pollution144, 32-39.

Gibb AR, Comeskey D, Berndt L, Brockerhoff EG, El-Sayed AM, Jactel H, Suckling DM (2006) Identification of sex pheromone components of a New Zealand geometrid moth, the common forest looper Pseudocoremia suavis, reveals a possible species complex.Journal of Chemical Ecology32, 865-879.

Grivet D, Deguilloux M, Petit RJ, Sork VL (2006) Contrasting patterns of historical colonization in white oaks (Quercus spp.) in California and Europe.Molecular Ecology15, 4085-4093.

Hardy OJ, Maggia L, Bandou E, Breyne P, Caron H, Chevallier M-H, Doligez A, Dutech C, Kremer A, Latouche-Hallé C (2006) Fine-scale genetic structure and gene dispersal inferences in 10 Neotropical tree species.Molecular Ecology15, 559-571.

Horn A, Roux-Morabito G, Lieutier F, Kerdelhué C (2006) Phylogeographic structure and past history of the circum-Mediterranean species Tomicus destruens Woll. (Coleoptera: Scolytinae).Molecular Ecology15, 1603-1615.

Jactel H, Menassieu P, Vétillard F, Barthélémy B, Piou D, Frérot B, Rousselet J, Goussard F, Branco M, Battisti A (2006) Population monitoring of the pine processionary moth (Lepidoptera: Thaumetopoeidae) with pheromone-baited traps.Forest Ecology and Management235, 96-106.

Jactel H, Ménassieu P, Vétillard F, Gaulier A, Samalens JC, Brockerhoff EG (2006) Tree species diversity reduces the invasibility of maritime pine stands by the bast scale, Matsucoccus feytaudi (Homoptera: Margarodidae).Canadian Journal of Forest Research36, 314-323.

Jiménez J-J, Decaëns T, Rossi J-P (2006) Stability of the spatio-temporal distribution and niche overlap in neotropical earthworm assemblages.Acta Oecologica30, 299-311.

Jiménez J-J, Rossi J-P (2006) Spatial dissociation between two endogeic earthworms in the Colombian "Llanos".European Journal of Soil Biology42, S218-S224.

Julien M-P, Alard D, Balent G (2006) Patterns of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) colonization in mountain grasslands: the importance of management practices.Plant Ecology183, 177-189.

Kerdelhué C, Decroocq S (2006) Characterization of eight new microsatellite loci in the invading maritime pine bast scale Matsucoccus feytaudi (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Margarodidae).Molecular Ecology Notes6, 1168-1170.

Kerdelhué C, Magnoux E, Lieutier F, Roques A, Rousselet J (2006) Comparative population genetic study of two oligophagous insects associated with the same hosts.Heredity97, 38-45.

Kremer A (2006) Wallenberg price 2006.Annals of Forest Science63, 809-811.

Kumpiene J, Ore S, Renella G, Mench M, Lagerkvist A, Maurice C (2006) Assessment of zerovalent iron for stabilization of chromium, copper, and arsenic in soil.Environmental Pollution144, 62-69.

Lavelle P, Decaëns T, Aubert M, Barot S, Blouin M, Bureau F, Margerie P, Mora P, Rossi J-P (2006) Soil invertebrates and ecosystem services.European Journal of Soil Biology42, S3-S15.

Lepais O, Léger V, Gerber S (2006) High throughput microsatellite genotyping in oak species.Silvae Genetica55, 238.

Lexer C, Kremer A, Petit RJ (2006) Shared alleles in sympatric oaks: recurrent gene flow is a more parsimonious explanation than ancestral polymorphism.Molecular Ecology15, 2007-2012.

Liepelt S, Sperisen C, Deguilloux M-F, Petit RJ, Kissling R, Spencer M, De Beaulieu J-L, Taberlet P, Gielly L, Ziegenhagen B (2006) Authenticated DNA from ancient wood remains.Annals of Botany98, 1107.

Magri D, Vendramin GG, Comps B, Dupanloup I, Geburek T, Gömöry D, Latałowa M, Litt T, Paule L, Roure JM, Tantau I, van der Knaap W, Petit RJ, de Beaulieu J-L (2006) A new scenario for the Quaternary history of European beech populations: palaeobotanical evidence and genetic consequences.New Phytologist171, 199-221.

Mench M, Renella G, Gelsomino A, Landi L, Nannipieri P (2006) Biochemical parameters and bacterial species richness in soils contaminated by sludge-borne metals and remediated with inorganic soil amendments.Environmental Pollution144, 24-31.

Mench M, Vangronsveld J, Beckx C, Ruttens A (2006) Progress in assisted natural remediation of an arsenic contaminated agricultural soil.Environmental Pollution144, 51-61.

Mench M, Vangronsveld J, Lepp N (2006) Soil and sediment remediation [SSR]. Environmental Pollution144, 1.

Michalet R (2006) Is facilitation in arid environments the result of direct or complex interactions?New Phytologist169, 3-6.

Michalet R, Brooker RW, Cavieres LA, Kikvidze Z, Lortie CJ, Pugnaire FI, Valiente-Banuet A, Callaway RM (2006) Do biotic interactions shape both sides of the humped-back model of species richness in plant communities?Ecology Letters9, 767-773.

Mora P, Seuge C, Rossi J-P, Rouland C (2006) Abundance of biogenic structures of earthworms and termites in a mango orchard.European Journal of Soil Biology42, S250-S253.

Nahmani J, Lavelle P, Rossi J-P (2006) Does changing the taxonomical resolution alter the value of soil macroinvertebrates as bioindicators of metal pollution?Soil Biology and Biochemistry38, 385-396.

Pagès J-P, Michalet R (2006) Contrasted responses of two understorey species to direct and indirect effects of a canopy gap.Plant Ecology187, 179-187.

Papura D, Giresse X, Caron H, Delmotte F, van Helden M (2006) Ten polymorphic microsatellite markers for Scaphoideus titanus, the vector of flavescence dorée phytoplasma.Molecular Ecology Notes6, 1114-1116.

Parelle J, Brendel O, Bodénès C, Berveiller D, Dizengremel P, Jolivet Y, Dreyer E (2006) Differences in morphological and physiological responses to water-logging between two sympatric oak species (Quercus petraea [Matt.] Liebl., Quercus robur L.).Annals of Forest Science63, 849-859.

Petit RJ, Hampe A (2006) Some evolutionary consequences of being a tree.Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics37, 187-214.

Plomion C, Lalanne C, Claverol S, Meddour H, Kohler A, Bogeat-Triboulot M-B, Barre A, Le Provost G, Dumazet H, Jacob D (2006) Mapping the proteome of poplar and application to the discovery of drought-stress responsive proteins.Proteomics6, 6509-6527.

Ponge J-F, Topoliantz S, Ballof S, Rossi J-P, Lavelle P, Betsch JM, Gaucher P (2006) Ingestion of charcoal by the Amazonian earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus: A potential for tropical soil fertility. Soil Biology and Biochemistry38, 2008-2009.

Pot D, Rodrigues J-C, Rozenberg P, Chantre G, Tibbits J, Cahalan C, Pichavant F, Plomion C (2006) QTLs and candidate genes for wood properties in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.).Tree Genetics & Genomes2, 10-24.

Prida A, Boulet J-C, Ducousso A, Nepveu G, Puech J-L (2006) Effect of species and ecological conditions on ellagitannin content in oak wood from an even-aged and mixed stand of Quercus robur L. and Quercus petraea Liebl.Annals of Forest Science63, 415-424.

Renella G, Egamberdiyeva D, Landi L, Mench M, Nannipieri P (2006) Microbial activity and hydrolase activities during decomposition of root exudates released by an artificial root surface in Cd-contaminated soils.Soil Biology and Biochemistry38, 702-708.

Richardson DM, Petit RJ (2006) Pines as invasive aliens: outlook on transgenic pine plantations in the southern hemisphere. In: Landscapes, Genomics and Transgenic Conifers, pp. 169-188.

Robin C, Morel O, Vettraino A-M, Perlerou C, Diamandis S, Vannini A (2006) Genetic variation in susceptibility to Phytophthora cambivora in European chestnut (Castanea sativa).Forest Ecology and Management226, 199-207.

Rossi J-P, Huerta E, Fragoso C, Lavelle P (2006) Soil properties inside earthworm patches and gaps in tropical grassland (la Mancha, Veracruz, Mexico).European Journal of Soil Biology42, S284-S288.

Rossi J-P, Mathieu J, Cooper M, Grimaldi M (2006) Soil macrofaunal biodiversity in Amazonian pastures: Matching sampling with patterns.Soil Biology and Biochemistry38, 2178-2187.

Ruttens A, Colpaert JV, Mench M, Boisson J, Carleer R, Vangronsveld J (2006) Phytostabilization of a metal contaminated sandy soil. II: Influence of compost and/or inorganic metal immobilizing soil amendments on metal leaching.Environmental Pollution144, 533-539.

Ruttens A, Mench M, Colpaert JV, Boisson J, Carleer R, Vangronsveld J (2006) Phytostabilization of a metal contaminated sandy soil. I: Influence of compost and/or inorganic metal immobilizing soil amendments on phytotoxicity and plant availability of metals.Environmental Pollution144, 524-532.

Vasconcelos T, Horn A, Lieutier F, Branco M, Kerdelhué C (2006) Distribution and population genetic structure of the Mediterranean pine shoot beetle Tomicus destruens in the Iberian Peninsula and Southern FranceAgricultural and Forest Entomology8, 103-111.