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Publications 2007

 Anthelme F, Michalet R, Saadou M (2007) Positive associations involving the tussock grass Panicum turgidum Forssk. in the Aïr-Ténéré Reserve, Niger. Journal of Arid Environments 68, 348-362.

Austerlitz F, Dutech C, Smouse PE, Davis F, Sork VL (2007) Estimating anisotropic pollen dispersal: a case study in Quercus lobata.Heredity99, 193-204.

Barbaro L, Rossi J-P, Vetillard F, Nezan J, Jactel H (2007) The spatial distribution of birds and carabid beetles in pine plantation forests: the role of landscape composition and structure.Journal of Biogeography34, 652-664.

Barot S, Rossi J-P, Lavelle P (2007) Self-organization in a simple consumer-resource system, the example of earthworms.Soil Biology & Biochemistry39, 2230-2240.

Bou Dagher-Kharrat M, Mariette S, Lefèvre F, Fady B, Grenier-de March G, Plomion C, Savouré A (2007) Geographical diversity and genetic relationships among Cedrus species estimated by AFLP.Tree Genetics & Genomes3, 275-285.

Bucci G, González-Martínez SC, Le Provost G, Plomion C, Ribeiro M, Sebastiani F, Alía R, Vendramin GG (2007) Range-wide phylogeography and gene zones in Pinus pinaster Ait. revealed by chloroplast microsatellite markers.Molecular Ecology16, 2137-2153.

Cloutier D, Hardy OJ, Caron H, Ciampi AY, Degen B, Kanashiro M, Schoen DJ (2007) Low inbreeding and high pollen dispersal distances in populations of two Amazonian forest tree species.Biotropica39, 406-415.

da Silva Perez D, Guillemain A, Alazard P, Plomion C, Rozenberg P, Carlos Rodrigues J, Alves A, Chantre G (2007) Improvement of Pinus pinaster Ait. elite trees selection by combining near infrared spectroscopy and genetic tools.Holzforschung61, 611-622.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Robin C, Buée M, Courtecuisse R, Garbaye J, Suffert F, Sache I, Rizzo DM (2007) The fungal dimension of biological invasions.Trends in Ecology & Evolution22, 472-480.

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Robin C, Reynaud G, Déqué M, Badeau V, Piou D, Husson C, Marçais B (2007) Simulating the effects of a climate-change scenario on the geographical range and activity of forest-pathogenic fungi. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology29, 101-120.

Duminil J, Fineschi S, Hampe A, Jordano P, Salvini D, Vendramin GG, Petit RJ (2007) Can population genetic structure be predicted from life-history traits?The American Naturalist169, 662-672.

Dutech C, Enjalbert Jr, Fournier E, Delmotte Fo, Barres B, Carlier J, Tharreau D, Giraud T (2007) Challenges of microsatellite isolation in fungi.Fungal Genetics and Biology44, 933-949.

Folgarait PJ, Gorosito N, Pizzio R, Rossi J-P, Fernandez J (2007) Camponotus punctulatus ant's demography: a temporal study across land-use types and spatial scales.Insectes Sociaux54, 42-52.

Frettinger P, Derory J, Herrmann S, Plomion C, Lapeyrie F, Oelmäller R, Martin F, Buscot F (2007) Transcriptional changes in two types of pre-mycorrhizal roots and in ectomycorrhizas of oak microcuttings inoculated with Piloderma croceum.Planta225, 331-340.

Hampe A, Petit RJ (2007) Ever deeper phylogeographies: trees retain the genetic imprint of Tertiary plate tectonics.Molecular Ecology16, 5113-5114.

Jactel H, Brockerhoff EG (2007) Tree diversity reduces herbivory by forest insects.Ecology Letters10, 835-848.

Kremer A, Casasoli M, Barreneche T, Bodénès C, Sisco P, Kubisiak T, Scalfi M, Leonardi S, Bakker E, Buiteveld J, Romero-Severson J, Arumuganathan K, Derory J, Scotti-Saintagne C, Roussel G, Bertocchi M, Lexer C, Porth I, Hebard F, Clark C, Carlson J, Plomion C, Koelewijn H-P, Villani F (2007) Fagaceae trees. In: Kole, C.R. (ed.). Genome Mapping & Molecular Breeding, vol. 7: Forest Trees, pp. 161-187. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Kubisiak TL, Dutech C, Milgroom MG (2007) Fifty-three polymorphic microsatellite loci in the chestnut blight fungus, Cryphonectria parasitica.Molecular Ecology Notes7, 428-432.

Kumar S, Gerber S, Richardson TE, Gea L (2007) Testing for unequal paternal contributions using nuclear and chloroplast SSR markers in polycross families of radiata pine.Tree Genetics & Genomes3, 207-214.

Le Provost G, Herrera R, Paiva JA, Chaumeil P, Salin F, Plomion C (2007) A micromethod for high throughput RNA extraction in forest trees.Biological Research40, 291-297.

Loustau D, Ogée J, Dufrêne E, Déqué M, Dupouey JL, Badeau V, Viovy N, Ciais P, Desprez-Loustau M-L, Roques A (2007) Impacts of climate change. CABI Publishing.

Michalet R (2007) Ecological responses to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens.Mountain Research and Development27, 98-99.

Michalet R (2007) Highlighting the multiple drivers of change in interactions along stress gradients.New Phytologist173, 3-6.

Morozov AY, Robin C, Franc A (2007) A simple model for the dynamics of a host-parasite-hyperparasite interaction.Journal of Theoretical Biology249, 246-253.

Parelle J, Zapater M, Scotti-Saintagne C, Kremer A, Jolivet Y, Dreyer E, Brendel O (2007) Quantitative trait loci of tolerance to waterlogging in a European oak (Quercus robur L.): physiological relevance and temporal effect patterns.Plant, Cell & Environment30, 422-434.

Perez DD, Guillemain A, Alazard P, Plomion C, Rozenberg P, Rodrigues JC, Alves A, Chantre G (2007) Improvement of Pinus pinaster Ait. elite trees selection by combining near infrared spectroscopy and genetic tools.Holzforschung61, 611-622.

Petit RJ, Vendramin GG (2007) Plant phylogeography based on organelle genes: an introduction. In: Weiss S, Ferrand N, eds. Phylogeography of Southern European Refugia. Springer, pp. 23-97.

Plomion C, Chagné D, Pot D, Kumar S, Wilcox P, Burdon R, Prat D, Peterson D, Paiva J, Chaumeil P (2007) Pines. In: Kole, C.R. (ed.). Genome Mapping & Molecular Breeding, vol. 7: Forest Trees, pp. 29-92. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Prida A, Ducousso A, Petit RJ, Nepveu G, Puech J-L (2007) Variation in wood volatile compounds in a mixed oak stand: strong species and spatial differentiation in whisky-lactone content.Annals of Forest Science64, 313-320.

REX Consortium (2007) Structure of the scientific community modelling the evolution of resistance.PLoS One2, e1275.

Sallé A, Arthofer W, Lieutier F, Stauffer C, Kerdelhué C (2007) Phylogeography of a host-specific insect: genetic structure of Ips typographus in Europe does not reflect past fragmentation of its host.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 90, 239-246.

Samalens JC, Rossi J-P, Guyon D, van Halder I, Menassieu P, Piou D, Jactel H (2007) Adaptive roadside sampling for bark beetle damage assessment.Forest Ecology and Management253, 177-187.

Santos H, Rousselet J, Magnoux E, Paiva M-R, Branco M, Kerdelhué C (2007) Genetic isolation through time: allochronic differentiation of a phenologically atypical population of the pine processionary moth.Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences274, 935-941.

Simonato M, Mendel Z, Kerdelhué C, Rousselet J, Magnoux E, Salvato P, Roques A, Battisti A, Zane L (2007) Phylogeography of the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni in the Near East.Molecular Ecology16, 2273 - 2283.