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Publications 2008

Abdallah F, Noumi Z, Touzard B, Belgacem AO, Neffati M, Chaieb M (2008) The influence of Acacia tortilis (Forssk.) Subsp raddiana (Savi) and livestock grazing on grass species composition, yield and soil nutrients in and environments of South Tunisia.Flora203,116-125.

Amiaud B, Touzard B, Bonis A, Bouzille JB (2008) After grazing exclusion, is there any modification of strategy for two guerrilla species: Elymus repens (L.) Gould and Agrostis stolonifera (L.)?Plant Ecology197, 107-117.

Augusto L, Bakker MR, Meredieu C (2008) Wood ash applications to temperate forest ecosystems - potential benefits and drawbacks.Plant and Soil306, 181-198.

Augusto L, Meredieu C, Bert D, Trichet P, Porté A, Bosc A, Lagane F, Loustau D, Pellerin S, Danjon F (2008) Improving models of forest nutrient export with equations that predict the nutrient concentration of tree compartments.Annals of Forest Science65, 808-808.

Barbaro L, Couzi L, Bretagnolle V, Nezan J, Vetillard F (2008) Multi-scale habitat selection and foraging ecology of the eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops) in pine plantations.Biodiversity and Conservation17, 1073-1087.

Barrès B, Halkett F, Dutech C, Andrieux A, Pinon J, Frey P (2008) Genetic structure of the poplar rust fungus Melampsora larici-populina: evidence for isolation by distance in Europe and recent founder effects overseas. Infection, Genetics and Evolution8, 577-587.

Bergès L, Nepveu G, Franc A (2008) Effects of ecological factors on radial growth and wood density components of sessile oak (Quercus petraea Liebl.) in Northern France.Forest Ecology and Management255, 567-579.

Berndt L, Brockerhoff E, Jactel H (2008) Relevance of exotic pine plantations as a surrogate habitat for ground beetles (Carabidae) where native forest is rare.Biodiversity and Conservation17, 1171-1185.

Bes C, Mench M (2008) Remediation of copper-contaminated topsoils from a wood treatment facility using in situ stabilisation.Environmental Pollution156, 1128-1138.

Bouffier L, Charlot C, Raffin A, Rozenberg P, Kremer A (2008) Can wood density be efficiently selected at early stage in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.)?Annals of Forest Science65, 106-106.

Bouffier L, Raffin A, Kremer A (2008) Evolution of genetic variation for selected traits in successive breeding populations of maritime pine.Heredity101, 156-165.

Bouffier L, Rozenberg P, Raffin A, Kremer A (2008) Wood density variability in successive breeding populations of maritime pine.Canadian Journal of Forest Research38, 2148-2158.

Boulant N, Navas M-L, Corcket E, Lepart J (2008) Habitat amelioration and associational defence as main facilitative mechanisms in Mediterranean grasslands grazed by domestic livestock.Ecoscience15, 407-415.

Brendel O, Le Thiec D, Scotti-Saintagne C, Bodénès C, Kremer A, Guehl J-M (2008) Quantitative trait loci controlling water use efficiency and related traits in Quercus robur L.Tree Genetics & Genomes4, 263-278.

Brin A, Meredieu Cl, Piou D, Brustel H, Jactel H (2008) Changes in quantitative patterns of dead wood in maritime pine plantations over time.Forest Ecology and Management256, 913-921.

Brockerhoff EG, Jactel H, Parrotta JA, Quine CP, Sayer J (2008) Plantation forests and biodiversity: oxymoron or opportunity?Biodiversity and Conservation17, 925-951.

Brooker RW, Maestre FT, Callaway RM, Lortie CL, Cavieres LA, Kunstler G, Liancourt P, Tielbörger K, Travis JMJ, Anthelme F, Armas C, Coll L, Corcket E, Delzon S, Forey E, Kikvidze Z, Olofsson J, Pugnaire F, Quiroz CL, Saccone P, Schiffers K, Seifan M, Touzard B, Michalet R (2008) Facilitation in plant communities: the past, the present, and the future.Journal of Ecology96, 18-34.

Buisson E, Anderson S, Holl KD, Corcket E, Hayes GF, Peeters A, Dutoit T (2008) Reintroduction of Nassella pulchra to California coastal grasslands: Effects of topsoil removal, plant neighbour removal and grazing.Applied Vegetation Science11, 195-204.

Cervera MT, Guevara MA, González Martínez SC, Soto A, Collada C, Plomion C, Savolainen O, Neale DB (2008) Genomics applied to the study of adaptation in pine species.Forest Systems14, 292-306.

Cordonnier T, Courbaud B, Berger F, Franc A (2008) Permanence of resilience and protection efficiency in mountain Norway spruce forest stands: A simulation study.Forest Ecology and Management256, 347-354.

Courty P-E, Franc A, Pierrat J-C, Garbaye J (2008) Temporal changes in the ectomycorrhizal community in two soil horizons of a temperate oak forest.Applied and Environmental Microbiology74, 5792.

Currat M, Ruedi M, Petit RJ, Excoffier L (2008) The hidden side of invasions: massive introgression by local genes.Evolution62, 1908-1920.

DAISIE (2008) Handbook of alien species in Europe. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

Danjon F, Reubens B (2008) Assessing and analyzing 3D architecture of woody root systems, a review of methods and applications in tree and soil stability, resource acquisition and allocation.Plant and Soil303, 1-34.

Danjon F, Barker DH, Drexhage M, Stokes A (2008) Using three-dimensional plant root architecture in models of shallow-slope stability.Annals of Botany101, 1281-1293.

Dewar R, Porté A (2008) Statistical mechanics unifies different ecological patterns.Journal of Theoretical Biology261, 389-403.

Dick CW, Hardy OJ, Jones FA, Petit RJ (2008) Spatial scales of pollen and seed-mediated gene flow in tropical rain forest trees.Tropical Plant Biology1, 20-33.

Dodet M, Petit RJ, Gasquez J (2008) Local spread of the invasive Cyperus esculentus (Cyperaceae) inferred using molecular genetic markers.Weed Research48, 19-27.

Duminil J, Grivet D, Ollier S, Jeandroz S, Petit RJ (2008) Multilevel control of organelle DNA sequence length in plants.Journal of Molecular Evolution66, 405-415.

Dutech C, Rossi JP, Fabreguettes O, Robin C (2008) Geostatistical genetic analysis for inferring the dispersal pattern of a partially clonal species: example of the chestnut blight fungus.Molecular Ecology17, 4597-4607.

Duursma RA, Kolari P, Perämäki M, Nikinmaa E, Hari P, Delzon S, Loustau D, Ilvesniemi H, Pumpanen J, Mäkelä A (2008) Predicting the decline in daily maximum transpiration rate of two pine stands during drought based on constant minimum leaf water potential and plant hydraulic conductance.Tree Physiology28, 265-276.

Eveno E, Collada C, Guevara MA, Léger V, Soto A, Díaz L, Léger P, González Martínez SC, Cervera MT, Plomion C (2008) Contrasting patterns of selection at Pinus pinaster Ait. drought stress candidate genes as revealed by genetic differentiation analyses.Molecular Biology and Evolution25, 417-437.

Fernandes L, Rocheta M, Cordeiro J, Pereira S, Gerber S, Oliveira MM, Ribeiro MM (2008) Genetic variation, mating patterns and gene flow in a Pinus pinaster Aiton clonal seed orchard.Annals of Forest Science65, 706-706.

Forey E, Chapelet B, Vitasse Y, Tilquin M, Touzard B, Michalet R (2008) The relative importance of disturbance and environmental stress at local and regional scales in French coastal sand dunes.Journal of Vegetation Science19, 493-502.

Garnier-Géré PH, Chikhi L (2008) Genetics of large populations and association studies. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons.

Gimbert F, Mench M, Coeurdassier Ml, Badot P-M, de Vaufleury A (2008) Kinetic and dynamic aspects of soil-plant-snail transfer of cadmium in the field.Environmental Pollution152, 736-745.

Giraud T, Enjalbert J, Fournier E, Delmotte F, Dutech C (2008) Population genetics of fungal diseases of plants.Parasite15, 449-454.

Hampe A (2008) Fruit tracking, frugivore satiation, and their consequences for seed dispersal.Oecologia156, 137-145.

Henle K, Alard D, Clitherow J, Cobb P, Firbank L, Kull T, McCracken D, Moritz RFA, Niemelä J, Rebane M (2008) Identifying and managing the conflicts between agriculture and biodiversity conservation in Europe–A review.Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment124, 60-71.

Hu FS, Hampe A, Petit RJ (2008) Paleoecology meets genetics: deciphering past vegetational dynamics.Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment7, 371-379.

Kremer A (2008) Social Broadleaves. EUFORGEN genetic conservation network.Forest Systems9, 117-123.

Magnani F, Mencuccini M, Borghetti M, Berninger F, Delzon S, Grelle A, Hari P, Kolari P, Kowalski AS, Lankreijer H, Law BE, Lindroth A, Loustau D, Manca G, Moncrieff J, Tedeschi V, Valentini R, Magnani F, Mencuccini M, Borghetti M, Berninger F, Delzon S, Grelle A, Hari P, Kolari P, Kowalski AS, Lankreijer H, Law BE, Lindroth A, Loustau D, Manca G, Moncrieff J, Tedeschi V, Valentini R (2008) Ecologically implausible carbon response? Reply.Nature451, E3-E4.

Mangin B, Garnier-Géré P, Cierco-Ayrolles C (2008) The estimator of the optimal measure of allelic association: Mean, variance and probability distribution when the sample size tends to infinity.Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology7, 20.

Marchelli P, Caron H, Azpilicueta MM, Gallo LA (2008) A new set of highly polymorphic nuclear microsatellite markers for Nothofagus nervosa and related South American species.Silvae Genetica57, 82-84.

Mascheretti S, Croucher PJP, Vettraino A, Prospero S, Garbelotto M (2008) Reconstruction of the sudden oak death epidemic in California through microsatellite analysis of the pathogen Phytophthora ramorum.Molecular Ecology17, 2755-2768.

Mougou A, Dutech C, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2008) New insights into the identity and origin of the causal agent of oak powdery mildew in Europe.Forest Pathology38, 275-287.

Paiva J, Garcès M, Alves A, Garnier-Géré P, Rodrigues JC, Lalanne C, Porcon S, Le Provost G, da Silva Perez D, Brach J, Frigerio JM, Claverol S, Barre A, Fevereiro P, Plomion C (2008) Molecular and phenotypic profiling from the base to the crown in maritime pine wood-forming tissue.New Phytologist178, 283-301.

Paiva JAP, Garnier-Géré PH, Rodrigues JC, Alves A, Santos S, Graça J, Le Provost G, Chaumeil P, Da Silva-Perez D, Bosc A, Fevereiro P, Plomion C (2008) Plasticity of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) wood-forming tissues during a growing season.New Phytologist179, 1080-1094.

Petit RJ (2008) On the falsifiability of the nested clade phylogeographic analysis method.Molecular Ecology17, 1404-1404.

Petit RJ (2008) The coup de grâce for the nested clade phylogeographic analysis?Molecular Ecology17, 516-518.

Petit RJ, Hu FS, Dick CW (2008) Forests of the past: a window to future changes.Science320, 1450.

Peyrard N, Dieckmann U, Franc A (2008) Long-range correlations improve understanding of the influence of network structure on contact dynamics.Theoretical Population Biology73, 383-394.

Prospero S, Lung-Escarmant B, Dutech C (2008) Genetic structure of an expanding Armillaria root rot fungus (Armillaria ostoyae) population in a managed pine forest in southwestern France.Molecular Ecology17, 3366-3378.

Rekik I, Salimonti A, Kamoun NG, Muzzalupo I, Lepais O, Gerber S, Perri E, Rebai A (2008) Characterization and identification of Tunisian olive tree varieties by microsatellite markers.HortScience43, 1371-1376.

Renella G, Landi L, Ascher J, Ceccherini MT, Pietramellara G, Mench M, Nannipieri P (2008) Long-term effects of aided phytostabilisation of trace elements on microbial biomass and activity, enzyme activities, and composition of microbial community in the Jales contaminated mine spoils.Environmental Pollution152, 702-712.

Settele J, Kudrna O, Harpke A, Kühn I, van Swaay C, Verovnik R, Warren M, Wiemers M, Hanspach J, Hickler T, Kühn E, van Halder I, Veling K, Vliegenthart A, Wynhoff I, Schweiger O (2008) Climatic risk atlas of European butterflies.BioRisk1, 1-712.

Terrab A, Hampe A, Lepais O, Talavera S, Vela E, Stuessy TF (2008) Phylogeography of North African Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica, Pinaceae): Combined molecular and fossil data reveal a complex Quaternary history.American Journal of Botany95, 1262-1269.

Thomas F, Rossi J-P, Decaëns T, Grimaldi M, Lavelle P, Fernando da Silva Martins P, Garnier-Zarli E (2008) Comparative analysis of Andiodrilus pachoensis casts in forests and pastures of South-Eastern Amazon (Brazil).European Journal of Soil Biology44, 545-553.

Vacher C, Piou D, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2008) Architecture of an antagonistic tree/fungus network: the asymmetric influence of past evolutionary history.PLoS One3, e1740.

Vacher C, Vile D, Helion E, Piou D, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2008) Distribution of parasitic fungal species richness: influence of climate versus host species diversity.Diversity and Distributions14, 786-798.

Valcu C-M, Lalanne C, Müller-Starck G, Plomion C, Schlink K (2008) Protein polymorphism between 2 Picea abies populations revealed by 2-dimensional gel electrophoresis and tandem mass spectrometry.Journal of Heredity99, 364-375.

Valcu CM, Lalanne Cl, Plomion C, Schlink K (2008) Heat induced changes in protein expression profiles of Norway spruce (Picea abies) ecotypes from different elevations.Proteomics8, 4287-4302.

van Halder I, Barbaro L, Corcket E, Jactel H (2008) Importance of semi-natural habitats for the conservation of butterfly communities in landscapes dominated by pine plantations.Biodiversity and Conservation17, 1149-1169.

Vendramin GG, Fady B, González-Martínez SC, Hu FS, Scotti I, Sebastiani F, Soto Á, Petit RJ (2008) Genetically depauperate but widespread: the case of an emblematic Mediterranean pine.Evolution62, 680-688.

Vincent D, Plomion C, Balesdent MH, Blaise F, Rouxel T, Gibon J, Martin F, Claverol S, Bonneu M, Lebrun MH (2008) Hunting fungal secreted proteins down.Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology150, S50-S50.