Evolutionary ecology Department "EcoEvo" - iEES Paris

The three research teams of the Department of Evolutionary ecology study the ecological and evolutionary causes and consequences of individual phenotypic variability. Studies focus on behaviour, physiology, morphology, and life history traits.

The teams undertake experimental and theoretical studies using a variety of animal models (birds, lizards, social insects, springtails, etc.).

The researches carried out at the Department of Evolutionary ecology focus on phenotypic and evolutionary adaptations to global changes and the physiological processes involved (ecophysiology), including the developmental processes that constrain the range of possible phenotypes (eco-evo-devo).

Works investigate the epigenetic bases of phenotypic variation and of ageing in an evolutionary perspective, dispersal, evolutionary mechanisms maintaining colour polymorphism (effects of melanin in immune defences), maternal effects, sexual selection, and social interactions (cooperation and social conflicts).

The research teams of the Department of Evolutionary ecology are particularly involved in some transversal research axes within the Institute (Urban ecology and Evolution and systems functioning).

An important part of the experimental works of the Department is carried out at CEREEP field station near Paris.

Teams of "EcoEvo" department

Evolutionary Eco-Physiology

"EPE"

Social Species in their Environments : Adaptation and Evolution

"ESEAE"

Phenotypic variability and adaptation

"VPA"

Publications of department

Only applies to publications from 2017 to present. To see all the publications go to the Publications page.

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Rozen-Rechels,D. ~, Rutschmann A., Dupoue A.,Blaimont P., Chauveau V., Miles D., Guillon M., Richard M., Badiane A., Meylan S.*, ClobertJ. , Le Galliard JF * (2021). Interaction of hydric and thermal conditions drive geographic variation in thermoregulation in a widespread lizard. ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS, vol 91. DOI: 10.1002/ecm.1440​
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Jacquier L.~, Molet M.*, Bocquet C.^, Doums C. (2021) Hibernation conditions contribute to the differential resistance to cadmium between urban and forest ant colonies. Animals 11 : 1050, 10.3390/ani11041050
10.3390/ani11041050
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Animals
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Borne F., Prigent S.R., Molet M.*, Courtier-Orgogozo V. (2021) Drosophila glue protects from predation. Proceedings of the royal society B: Biological sciences, 288: 20210088, 10.1098/rspb.2021.0088
10.1098/rspb.2021.0088
Proceedings of the royal society B: Biological sciences
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​Couic E., Alphonse V., Livet A., Giusti-Miller S.*, Bousserrhine N. Influence of Ecological Restoration on Mercury Mobility and Microbial Activities on Former Guyanese Mining Sites. in Applied Sciences. 2021, 11, 2231
10.3390/app11052231
Applied Sciences
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​Le Galliard JF*, Rozen-Rechels D~, Lecomte A, Demay C, Dupoué A^ and Meylan S* (2021).  Short-term changes in air humidity and water availability weakly constrain thermoregulation in a dry-skinned ectotherm. PLos one
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Rumpel, C.*, Ann, V.`, Bahri, H.`, Calabi Floody, M.`, Cheik, S.`, Doan, T.T.`, Harit, A.`,Janeau, J.L.*, Jouquet, P.*,Mora, M.L.`, Podwojewski, P.*, Minh, T.T.`, Ngo, Q.A.`, Rossi, P.L., Sanaullah, M.`, 2020. Research for development in the 21st century. Geoderma. 378 (15): 114558.
10.1016/j.geoderma.2020.114558
Geoderma
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​Vrtílek M., Van Dooren  T.J.M.*, Mégane Beaudard M.° (2020) Egg size does not universally predict embryonic resources and hatchling size across annual killifish species. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 249: 110769. 10.1016/j.cbpa.2020.110769Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative PhysiologyVPAEcoEvo
Marynowska M., Goux X., Sillam-Dusses D.,Rouland-Lefevre C., Halder R., Wilmes P., Gawron P., Roisin Y., Delfosse P. (2020) – Compositional and functional characterisation of biomass-degrading microbial communities in guts of plant fibre- and soil-feeding higher termites. BMC Microbiome, 08,96​10.1186/s40168-020-00872-3BMC MicrobiomeESEAEEcoEvo
​Jacquier L.~, Doums C., Four-Chaboussant A.°, Peronnet R.*, Tirard C.*, Molet M.* (2020), Urban colonies are more resistant to a trace metal than their forest counterparts in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi. Urban Ecosystems10.1007/s11252-020-01060-9Urban EcosystemsESEAEEcoEvo
Tully, T.*, Le Galliard, J.-F.*, & Baron, J.-P. (2020). Micro-geographic shift between negligible and actuarial senescence in a wild snake. Journal of Animal Ecology.10.1111/1365-2656.13317
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Jusselme MD.*, Cézard L.*, Pion F., Baumberger S., Robert A.*, Lapierre C., Diouf M.*, Mora P.,* Miambi E.* (2020) Changes in the Phenolic Fraction of Protobind 1000 and Bacterial Microbiota in the Gut of a Higher Termite, Nasutitermes Ephratae Open Access Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology, 5: DOI: 10.23880/oajmb-16000169
10.23880/oajmb-16000169Open Access Journal of Microbiology & BiotechnologyESEAEEcoEvo
Schut, P.C., Brosens, E., Van Dooren, T.J.M.*, Galis, F., Ten Broek, C.M., Baijens, I.M., Dremmen, M.H., Tibboel, D., Schol, M.P., de Klein, A. and Eggink, A.J. (2020) Exploring copy number variants in deceased fetuses and neonates with abnormal vertebral patterns and cervical ribs. Birth Defects Research.​10.1002/bdr2.1786Birth Defects ResearchVPAEcoEvo
Honorio R.~, Doums C., Molet M.* (2020) Manipulation of worker size diversity does not affect colony fitness under natural conditions in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74: 10410.1007/s00265-020-02885-2Behavioral Ecology and SociobiologyESEAEEcoEvo
​Helmstetter A.J., Papadopulos A.S.T., Igea J., Van Dooren T.J.M. (2020) Trait evolution and historical biogeography shape assemblages of annual killifish. Journal of Biogeography 47: 1955–196510.1111/jbi.13912Journal of BiolgeographyVPAEcoEvo
Rozen-Rechels~ , Dupoué A^, Meylan S*, Qitout K, Decencière B, Agostini S and Le Galliard J-F* (2020) Acclimation to water restriction implies different paces for behavioral and physiological responses in a lizard. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 10.1086/707409
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Rozen-Rechels D ~, Farigoule P, , Agostini S,  Badiane A^, Meylan S* and Le Galliard J-F* (2020) . Short‐term change in water availability influences thermoregulation behaviours in a dry‐skinned ectotherm.  Journal of Animal Ecology
10.1111/1365-2656.13279Journal of Animal EcologyEPEEcoEvo ;
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S.Helaoui, M. Mkhinini, I. Boughattas, V. Alphonse, S. Giusti-Miller*, A. Livet, M. Banni, N. Bousserrhine, Assessment of Changes on Rhizospheric Soil Microbial Biomass, Enzymes Activities and Bacterial Functional Diversity under Nickel Stress in Presence of Alfafa Plants,
10.1080/15320383.2020.1771276
Soil and Sediment Contamination: An International Journal
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Célini L.*, Roy V.*, Delabie J., Frechault S.*, Mora P.* (2020). Présence de Solenopsis globularia (F. Smith, 1858) et Cardiocondyla emeryi Forel, 1881 (Formicidae : Myrmicinae) dans l’île de Saint Barthélemy aux Antilles Françaises. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France, 125 (2) : 145 162.​10.32475/bsef_2061Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de FranceBioDISDCFE ;
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Van Dooren T.J.M.* (2020) Stasis and the phenotypic gambit. Peer Community in Ecology (2020): 100053.​10.24072/pci.ecology.100053
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M. Mkhinini, I. Boughattas, V. Alphonse, A. Livet, S. Giusti-Miller*, M. Banni, N. Bousserrhine, Heavy metal accumulation and changes in soil enzymes activities and bacterial functional diversity under long-term treated wastewater irrigation in East Central region of Tunisia (Monastir governorate) – Agricultural Water Management – Volume 235, 31 May 2020, 106150
10.1016/j.agwat.2020.106150Agricultural Water ManagementESEAEEcoEvo
Badiane A.^, Martin M.~, Meylan S*., Richard M., Decencière Ferrandière B., Le Galliard J-F* (2020). Male ultraviolet reflectance and female mating history influence female mate choice and male mating success in a polyandrous lizard. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 130 (3) 586–598
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Schut, P. C., Eggink A.J., Cohen-Overbeek T.E., Van Dooren T.J.M.*, de Borst G.J., Galis F. (2020) Miscarriage is associated with cervical ribs in thoracic outlet syndrome patients. Early Human Development 144 (220): 105027.​10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2020.105027
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Molbert N., Alliot F., Leroux-Coyau M., Médoc V., Biard C.*, Meylan S.*, Jacquin L., Santos R. et Goutte A. (2020).Potential Benefits of Acanthocephalan Parasites for Chub Hosts in Polluted Environments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 54, 9, 5540–5549​10.1021/acs.est.0c00177Environ. Sci. TechnolEPEEcoEvo ;
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Dupoué A^, Angelier F, Ribout C, Meylan S*, Rozen-Rechels D~, Decencière B, Agostini S and Le Galliard J-F* (2020)  Chronic water restriction triggers sex-specific oxidative stress and telomere shortening in lizards. Biology Letters​10.1098/rsbl.2019.0889
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​Van Dooren T.J.M.*, Silveira A. B., Gilbault E., Jiménez-Gómez J.M., Martin A., Bach L., Tisné S., Quadrana L., Loudet O., Colot V. (2020) Mild drought in the vegetative stage induces phenotypic, gene expression and DNA methylation plasticity in Arabidopsis but no transgenerational effects. Journal of Experimental Botany 71: 3588–3602.10.1093/jxb/eraa132
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Vrtílek M., Van Dooren T. J. M.*, Beaudard M.° (2020) Egg size does not universally predict embryonic resources and hatchling size across annual killifish species. bioRxiv, 96441110.1101/2020.02.25.964411bioRxivVPAEcoEvo
Dusza, Y., Sanchez-Cañete, E.P., Le Galliard, J.-F., Ferrière, R., Chollet, S., Massol, F., Hansart, A., Juarez, S., Dontsova, K., van Haren, J., Troch, P., Pavao-Zuckerman, M. A., Hamerlynck, E. and G. A. Barron-Gafford. 2020. Biotic soil-plant interaction processes explain most of hysteric soil CO2 efflux response to temperature in cross-factorial mesocosm experiment. Scientific Reports 10:905 (2020).
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Rozen-Rechels D~, Badiane A^, Agostini S, Meylan S* and Le Galliard J-F* (2020) Water restriction induces behavioral fight strategies but impairs thermoregulation in a dry-skinned ectotherm. Oikos.10.1111/oik.06910
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Dupoué A^, Blaimont P, Rozen-Rechels R~, Richard M, Meylan S*, Clobert J, Miles D.B, Martin R, Decencière B, Agostini S and Le Galliard J-F* (2020) Water availability and temperature induce changes in oxidative status during pregnancy in a viviparous lizard (Zootoca vivipara). Functional Ecology. 10.1111/1365-2435.13481
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Josserand R~, Haussy C, Agostini S, Decencière B, Le Galliard* J-F and Meylan S* (2020) Chronic elevation of glucorticoids late in life generates long lasting changes in physiological state without a life history switch. General and Comparative Endocrinology 285, 113288.​10.1016/j.ygcen.2019.113288
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Khimoun A., Doums C., Molet M.*, Kaufmann B., Péronnet R.*, Eyer P.A., Mona S. (2020) Urbanization without isolation: unexpected absence of genetic structure among cities and forests in the tiny acorn ant Temnothorax nylanderi. Biology Letters, 16.10.1098/rsbl.2019.0741
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Doums C, Monnin T* (2020) To have and not to have sex: when multiple evolutions of conditional use of sex elegantly solve the question in the ant genus Cataglyphis. Molecular Ecology 29:445-44710.1111/mec.15352
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Molecular EcologyESEAEEcoEvo
V.M. Sinotte, J. Renelies-Hamilton, B.A. Taylor, K.M. Ellegaard, Panagiotis Sapountzis, et al.. Synergies between division of labor and gut microbiomes of social insects. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Frontiers Media S.A, 2020, 7, ff10.3389/fevo.2019.0050310.3389/fevo.2019.00503
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Helmstetter A. J., Van Dooren T. J. M. * (2019) Determinants of growth and body size in Austrolebias South-American annual killifish. bioRxiv.​10.1101/2019.12.31.891648
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Mallard, F.,^ Le Bourlot, V., Le Coeur, C.°, Avnaim, M.*, Péronnet, R.*, Claessen, D., & Tully, T.* (2019). From individuals to populations: How intraspecific competition shapes thermal reaction norms. Functional Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.1351610.1111/1365-2435.13516
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Van Dooren TJM* (2019) Assessing species richness trends: Declines of bees and bumblebees in the Netherlands since 1945. Ecology and Evolution 9(23): 13056-13068.​10.1002/ece3.5717
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Diouf M.*, Sillam-DussesD.*,Alphonse V., FrechaultS.*, MiambiE.*, MoraP.* (2019) Mercury species in the nests and bodies of soil-feeding termites, Silvestritermes spp. (Termitidae, Syntermitinae), in French Guiana. Environmental Pollution 254 (2019) 11306410.1016/j.envpol.2019.113064Environmental PollutionESEAEEcoEvo
Honorio R.~, Châline N., Chameron S (2019). Pre-existing differences in putative fertility signals give workers the upper hand in ant reproductive hierarchies. Animal Behaviour, 157:129-14010.1016/j.anbehav.2019.09.007
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Dupoue A^, Lourdais O, Meylan S*, Brischoux F, Angelier F, Rozen-Rechels D~, Marcangeli Y, Decenciere B, Agostini S and Le Galliard J-F *(2019) Some like it dry: Water restriction overrides heterogametic sex determination in two reptiles. Ecology and Evolution 9, 6524-6533.​10.1002/ece3.5229
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Van Dooren T. J. M. * (2019) Adaptational lags during periods of environmental change. bioRxiv, 742916.​10.1101/742916
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Names, G., Martin, M., Badiane, A. and J.-F. Le Galliard. 2019. The relative importance of body size and UV coloration in influencing male-male competition in a Lacertid lizard. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 98.10.1007/s00265-019-2710-zBehavioral Ecology and SociobiologyVPAEcoEvo ;
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Picot A~, Monnin T*, Loeuille N* (2019) From apparent competition to facilitation: impacts of consumer niche construction on the coexistence and stability of consumer-resource communities. Functional Ecology 33:1746-175710.1111/1365-2435.13378
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Bertucci M., Calusinska M., Goux X.,Rouland-Lefevre C., Untereiner B., Ferrer P., Gerin P.A., Delfosse P. (2019) – Carbohydrate Hydrolytic Potential and Redundancy of an Anaerobic digestion Microbiome Exposed to Acidosis, as Uncovered by Metagenomics. App. Env. microbiol., 85:e00895-19​10.1128/aem.00895-19
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Rozen-Rechels D.~, Dupoué A.^, Lourdais O., Chamaillé-Jammes S., Meylan S.*, Clobert J., Le Galliard J.-F. *(2019). When water interacts with temperature: ecological and evolutionary implications of thermo-hydroregulation in terrestrial ectotherms. Ecology and Evolution 9: 10029-10043​10.1002/ece3.5440
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I. Boughattas, S.Hattab, V. Alphonse, A. Livet, S. Giusti-Miller*, H. Boussetta,  M. Banni, N. Bousserrhine – Use of earthworms Eisenia andrei on the bioremediationof contaminated area in north of Tunisia and microbial soil enzymes as bioindicator of change on heavy metals speciation – Journal of Soils and Sediments – January 2019, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp 296–309.10.1007/s11368-018-2038-8Journal of Soils and SedimentsESEAEEcoEvo
C. Balland-Bolou-Bi,  E. Bolou-Bi, V. Alphonse, S. Giusti-Miller*,  MD Jusselme^, A. Livet, M. Grimaldi*,N. Bousserhine, Impact of microbial activity on the mobility of metallic elements (Fe, Al and Hg) in tropical soils – Geoderma – Volume 334, 15 January 2019, Pages 146-15410.1016/j.geoderma.2018.07.044
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Leclaire S.^, Chatelain M.~, Pessato A., Buatois B., FRANTZ A.* & Gasparini J.* (2019) Pigeon odor varies with experimental exposure to trace metal pollution. Ecotoxicology, 28: 76–85.
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Van Dooren Tom JM, Varela‐Lasheras I (2018) Embryonal life histories: Desiccation plasticity and diapause in the Argentinean pearlfish Austrolebias bellottii. Ecol Evol. 2018;00:1–15.10.1002/ece3.4599
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Chatelain M.~, Gasparini J.*, Frantz A.* & Angelier F. (2018) Reproduction impairments in metal-polluted environments and parental hormones: no evidence for a causal association in an experimental study in breeding feral pigeons. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 161: 746-75410.1016/j.ecoenv.2018.06.043
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Helmstetter A. J., Van Dooren T. J. M. *, Papadopulos, A. S., Igea, J., Leroi, A. M., Savolainen, V. (2018) Trait evolution and historical biogeography shape assemblages of annual killifish. bioRxiv, 436808.​10.1101/436808bioRxivVPAEcoEvo
Brom T.~, Massot M.*, Laloi D.* (2018)The sex chromosome system can influence the evolution of sex-biased dispersal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31: 1377-1385

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Chatelain M.^ & Mathieu J.* (2017)How good are epigeic earthworms at dispersing? An investigation to compare epigeic to endogeic and anecic groups. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 111, 115-12310.1016/j.soilbio.2017.04.004
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Moutou-Tchitoula DP., Nguimbi E., Giusti-Miller S E.*, Mora P.*, Kobawila S C., Miambi E.* (2018) Assessment of dominant bacterial strains isolated from Ntoba mbodi, an indigenous African alkaline-fermented food, and their potential enzyme activitiesAfrican Journal of Microbiology Research, 12:779-787
10.5897/AJMR2018.8875African Journal of Microbiology ResearchESEAEEcoEvo
F. Lanouar, I. Boughattas, M. Mkhinini, V. Alphonse, S. Giusti-Miller*, A. Livet, M. Banni, N. Bousserrhine – Effect of Aloe Vera wastes on physico-chemical properties and microbiological activity in soils. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology, Vol-3, Issue-4, Jul-Aug- 201810.22161/ijeab/3.4.21International Journal of EnvironmentESEAEEcoEvo
Van Dooren T.J.M.*, Silveira A., Gilbaut E., Jimenez-Gomez J.M., Martin A., Bach L., Tisne S., Quadrana L., Loudet O., Colot, V. (2018) Mild drought induces phenotypic and DNA methylation plasticity but no transgenerational effects in Arabidopsis. bioRxiv, 370320.​10.1101/370320
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Dupoué A^, Rutschmann A, Le Galliard J-F*, Clobert J, Blaimont P, Sinervo B, Miles D B and Meylan S *(2018) Reduction in baseline corticosterone secretion correlates with climate warming and drying across wild lizard populations. Journal of Animal Ecology 87(5):1331-1341.​10.1111/1365-2656.12843
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Bonnaffe W °, Martin M~, Mugabo M~, Meylan S* and Le Galliard J-F*(2018) Ontogenetic trajectories of body coloration reveal its function as a multicomponent nonsenescent signal. Ecology and Evolution 8, 12299-12307​10.1002/ece3.4369
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Van Dooren T. J. M. *, Allen C. E., Beldade P. (2018) Predicting and Analyzing the Response to Selection on Correlated Characters. bioRxiv, 348896.10.1101/348896bioRxivVPAEcoEvo
Clobert, J., Chanzy, A., Le Galliard, J.-F., Chabbi, A., Greiveldinger, L., Caquet, T., Loreau, M., Mougin, C., Pichot, C., Roy, J. and L. Saint-André. 2018. How to integrate experimental research approaches in ecological and environmental studies: AnaEE France as an example. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2018).​10.3389/fevo.2018.00043
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Ringot G.~, Gasparini J.*, Wagner M.°, Cheikh Albassatneh M.~ & Frantz A.* (2018) More and smaller resting-eggs along a gradient for pollution by metals: dispersal, dormancy, detoxification strategies in Daphnia? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 124: 11-20​10.1093/biolinnean/bly026
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E. Couic, M. Grimaldi*, V. Alphonse, C. Balland-Bolou-Bi, A. Livet,  S. Giusti-Miller*, M. Sarrazin, N. Bousserrhine, Mercury behaviour and C, N, and P biogeochemical cycles during ecological restoration processes of old mining sites in French Guiana – Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry – 2018 Apr 25;20(4):657-672.10.1039/C8EM00016F
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Van Dooren T.J.M.*, Thomassen H.A., Smit F., Helmstetter A.J., & Savolainen V. (2018) Scope for sympatric giant-dwarf speciation driven by cannibalism in South-American annual killifish (Austrolebias). bioRxiv, 121806.10.1101/121806bioRxivVPAEcoEvo
Dupoué A^, Le Galliard J-F*, Josserand R”, DeNardo D, Decencière B, Agostini S and Meylan S* (2018) Water restriction causes an intergenerational trade-off and delayed mother-offspring conflict in a viviparous lizard. Functional Ecology. 10.1111/1365-2435.13009Functional Ecology. EPEEcoEvo ;
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Rozen-Rechels D”, Dupoué A^, Meylan S*, Decencière B, Guingand S, and Le Galliard J-F* (2018) Water restriction in viviparous lizards causes trans-generational effects on behavioral anxiety and immediate effects on exploration behavior. Behavioral Ecology and Sociology. 72(2): 1-1410.1007/s00265-018-2443-4
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Béhague J.^, Fisher B. L., Péronnet R.*, Rajakumar R., Abouheif E., Molet M.* (2018) Lack of interruption of the gene network underlying wing polyphenism in an early-branching ant genus, Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 10.1002/jez.b.22794journal of experimental zoology ESEAEEcoEvo
Diouf M.*, Miambi E.*, Mora, P.*, Frechault, S.*, Robert, A.*, Rouland-Lefèvre C.*, Hervé, V. (2018) Variations in the relative abundance of Wolbachia in the gut of Nasutitermes arborum across life stages and castes FEMS Microbiology Letters, 365

10.1093/femsle/fny046FEMS Microbiology LettersESEAEEcoEvo
M. MKinini, I. Boughattas, S Hattab, H Boussetta, V Alphonse, A Livet, S Giusti-Miller*, M Banni, N Bousserrhine, Bacterial Functional Diversity and Enzymatic Activities in the Presence of Earthworms Eisenia Andrei Short Term Treated Wastewater Reuse Impact on Soil Microbial Biomass, In book: Recent Advances in Environmental Science from the Euro-Mediterranean and Surrounding Regions – 201810.1007/978-3-319-70548-4_96Recent Advances in Environmental Science from the Euro-Mediterranean and Surrounding RegionsESEAEEcoEvo
Fougeyrollas R.~, Dolejšová K., Křivánek J., Sillam-Dussès D.*, Roisin Y., Hanus R., Roy V. *(2018) Dispersal and mating strategies in two neotropical soil-feeding termites, Embiratermes neotenicus and Silvestritermes minutus (Termitidae, Syntermitinae). Insectes Sociaux, 65, 251-262.10.1007/s00040-018-0606-y
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Lardy S., Gasparini J.*, Corbel H.^, Frantz A.*, Perret S., Zahn S., Criscuolo F. & Jacquin L.~ (2018) Telomere erosion varies with sex and age at immune challenge but not with maternal antibodies in pigeons. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 327: 562-56910.1002/jez.2142
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Monnin T*, Helft F, Leroy C, d’Ettorre P, Doums C (2018) Chemical characterization of young virgin queens and mated egg-laying queens in the ant Cataglyphis cursor: random forest classification analysis for multivariate datasets. Journal of Chemical Ecology 44:127-136​10.1007/s10886-018-0923-7
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Doums C, Fédérici P*, Schiffet-Belle P, Monnin T* (2018) Worker thelytoky allows requeening of orphaned colonies but increases susceptibility to reproductive cheating in an ant. Animal Behaviour 135:109-11910.1016/j.anbehav.2017.11.013
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Auer L., Lazuka A., Sillam-Dussès D., Miambi E.*, O’Donohue M., Hernandez-Raquet G. (2017) Uncovering the potential of termite gut microbiome for lignocellulose bioconversion in anaerobic batch bioreactors Frontiers in microbiology, 8:262310.3389/fmicb.2017.02623
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Majeed MZ., Miambi E.*, Barois I., Bernoux M., Brauman A. (2018) Characterization of N2O emissions and associated microbial communities from the ant mounds in soils of a humid tropical rainforest Folia microbiologica, 63: 381-389. ​10.1007/s12223-017-0575-yFolia microbiologicaESEAEEcoEvo
Peeters C.*, Ito F., Wiwatwitaya D., Keller RA., Hashim R., Molet M.* (2017) Striking polymorphism among infertile helpers in the arboreal ant Gesomyrmex. Asian Myrmecology, 9: 1-1510.20362/am.009015Asian MyrmecologyESEAEEcoEvo
Mugabo M~, Le Galliard J.-F*, Perret S, Decencière B, Haussy C and Meylan S* (2017). Sex-specific density-dependent secretion of glucocorticoids in lizards: insights from laboratory and field experiments. Oikos. 126: 1051-1061​10.1111/oik.03701OikosEPEEcoEvo ;
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Voituron Y, Josserand R~, Le Galliard J-F*, Haussy C, Roussel D, Romestaing C and Meylan S* (2017) Chronic stress, energy transduction and free radical production in a reptile. Oecologia 185(2):195-203.  ​10.1007/s00442-017-3933-1
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Diouf M.*, Hervé V., Mora P.*, Robert A.*, Frechault S.*, Rouland-Lefèvre C.*, Miambi E.* (2018) Evidence from the gut microbiota of swarming alates of a vertical transmission of the bacterial symbionts in Nasutitermes arborum (Termitidae, Nasutitermitinae) Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 111: 573-587
10.1007/s10482-017-0978-4Antonie van LeeuwenhoekESEAEEcoEvo
Marynowska M, Goux x., Sillam-Dusses D.,Rouland-Lefevre C., Roisin Y., Delfosse P., Calusinska M. (2017).Optimization of a metatranscriptomic approach to study the lignocellulolytic potential of the higher termite gut microbiome. Bmc genomics,doi 10.1186/s12864-017-4076-9​10.1186/s12864-017-4076-9BMC GenomiqueESEAEEcoEvo
Josserand R~ , Dupoué A^, Agostini S, Haussy C, Le Galliard J-F* and Meylan S* (2017) Habitat degradation increases stress-hormone levels during the breeding season and decreases survival and reproduction in adult common lizards. Oecologia 184(1):75-86​10.1007/s00442-017-3841-4
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Meylan S*, Lallemand F°, Haussy C, Bleu J~ and Miles D (2017). Arginin vasotocine inhibits social interactions and enhances essential activities in male common lizards (Zootoca vivipara). General and comparative endocrinology 43:10-14.​10.1016/j.ygcen.2016.08.012General and comparative endocrinologyEPEEcoEvo
Massot M*., Legendre S., Fédérici P*., Clobert J. 2017. Climate warming: a loss of variation in populations can accompany reproductive shifts. Ecol lett. 20: 1140-4710.1111/ele.12811
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Gasparini J.*, Dauphin L.°, Favreliere J., Frantz A.*, Jacquin L.~, Recapet C.°, Prevot A.C. (2017) Effects of confinement on body mass and site fidelity of feral pigeons during the setting-up of pigeon houses. bioRxiv 19404310.1101/194043bioRxivEPEEcoEvo
Diouf M.,Rouland-Lefevre C. (2017). Chapter 1 :The Fungus-Growing Termites (Termitidae–Macrotermitinae): Biology, Damages on Tropical Crops and Specific Management. In : Termites and Sustainable Management, Vol. 2, Springer Ed., ISBN978-3-319-68725-4​Termites and sustainable managementESEAEEcoEvo
Molet M.*, Péronnet R.*, Couette S., Canovas C.°, Doums C. (2017)Effect of temperature and social environment on worker size in the antTemnothorax nylanderi , Journal of Thermal Biology, 67:22-2910.1016/j.jtherbio.2017.04.013
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Dupoué A^, Rutschmann A, Le Galliard J-F*, Clobert J, Angelier F, Marciau C°, Ruault S, Miles, D B and Meylan S* (2017). Shorter telomeres precede population extinction in wild lizards. Scientific Reports 7:16976​10.1038/s41598-017-17323-z
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Vaugoyeau M~, Meylan S* and Biard C* (2017). How does an increase in minimum daily temperatures during incubation influence reproduction in the great tit Parus major? Journal of Avian Biology 488(5): 714-725​10.1111/jav.01208
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Chatelain M.~, Pessato A., Frantz A.*, Gasparini J.* & Leclaire S. (2017) Do trace metals influence visual signals? Effects of trace metals on iridescent and melanic feather colouration in the feral pigeon. Oikos, 126: 1542-155310.1111/oik.04262
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Dupoué A^, Rutschmann A, Le Galliard J-F*, Miles D B, Clobert J, DeNardo D, Brusch G A and Meylan S* (2017). Water availability and environmental temperature correlate with geographic variation in water balance in common lizards. Oecologia 185(4):561-571.  ​10.1007/s00442-017-3973-6OecologiaEPEEcoEvo ;
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​Fougeyrollas R.~, Křivánek J., Roy V.*, Dolejšová K., Frechault S.*, Roisin Y., Hanus R., Sillam-Dussès D. (2017). Asexual queen succession mediates an accelerated colony life cycle in the termite Silvestritermes minutus. Molecular Ecology, 26, 3295–3308, 10.1111/mec.14095
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Akhtar Abbasi N., Arukwe A., Jaspers V.L.B., Eulaers I., Mennilo E., Ibor O.R., Frantz A.*, Covaci A., Malik R.N. (2017) Oxidative stress responses in relationship to persistent organic pollutant levels in feathers and blood of two predatory bird species from Pakistan. Science of the Total Environment, 580: 26-3310.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.11.197
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Akhtar Abbasi N., Eulaers I., Jaspers V.L.B., Chaudhry M.J.I., Frantz A.*, Ambus P.L., Covaci A., Malik R.N. (2017) The first exposure assessment of legacy and unrestricted brominated flame retardants in predatory birds of Pakistan. Environmental Pollution, 220: 1208-121910.1016/j.envpol.2016.11.013
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Gallardo Ruiz, M.~, Le Galliard, J.-F.*, & Tully, T.* (2017). Genetic variation in light vision and light-dependent movement behaviour in the eyeless Collembola Folsomia candida. Pedobiologia, 61, 33-41.10.1016/j.pedobi.2016.12.001
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Boulay R, Aron S, Cerdá X, Doums C, Graham P, Hefetz A, Monnin T* (2017) Social life in arid environments: the case study of Cataglyphis ants. Annual Review of Entomology. 62:305-32110.1146/annurev-ento-031616-034941
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Akhtar Abbasi N., Eulaers I., Jaspers V.L.B., Chaudhry M.J.I., rantz A.*, Ambus P.L., Covaci A., Mali k R.N. (2016) Use of feathers to assess polychlorinated biphenyl and organochlorine pesticide exposure in top predatory bird species of Pakistan. Science of the Total Environment, 569-570: 1408-141710.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.06.224
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Londe S~, Molet M*, Fisher BL, Monnin T* (2016) Reproductive and aggressive behaviours of queen-worker intercastes in the ant Mystrium rogeriand caste evolution.Animal Behaviour120:67-7610.1016/j.anbehav.2016.07.026
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Cronin AL, Monnin T*, Sillam-Dussès D*, Aubrun F~., Fédérici P*, Doums C (2016) Qualitative bias in offspring investment in a superorganism is linked to dispersal and nest inheritance. Animal Behaviour119:1-910.1016/j.anbehav.2016.06.018
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Cronin AL, Loeuille N*, Monnin T* (2016) Strategies of offspring investment and dispersal in a spatially structured environment: a theoretical study using ants. BMC Ecology 16:410.1186/s12898-016-0058-z
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Chatelain M.~, Gasparini J.*, Haussy C.* & Frantz A.* (2016). Trace metals affect early maternal transfer of immune components in the feral pigeon. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 89: 206-21210.1086/685511
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Corbel H.^, Legros A.°, Haussy C.*, Jacquin L.~, Gasparini J.*, Karimi B.° & Frantz A.* (2016) Stress response varies with plumage colour and local habitat in feral pigeons. Journal of Ornithology, 157: 825-83710.1007/s10336-016-1331-9
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Cronin A.L., Chifflet-Belle P., Fédérici P*., Doums C. 2016. High inter-colonial variation in worker nestmate relatedness and diverse social structure in a desert ant from Mongolia. Insectes Sociaux. 63:87–9810.1007/s00040-015-0439-xInsectes SociauxESEAEEcoEvo
Akhtar Abbasi N., Malik R.N., Frantz A.* & Jaspers V.L.B. (2016) A review on current knowledge and future prospects of Organohalogen contaminants (OHCs) in Asian birds. Science of the Total Environment, 542: 411–426​10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.10.088
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Frantz A*., Fédérici P*., Legoupi J*., Jacquin L., Gasparini G*. 2016. Sex-associated differences in trace metals concentrations in and on the plumage of a common urban bird species. Ecotoxicology. 25: 22–29
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Chatelain M.~, Gasparini J.* & Frantz A.* (2016) Trace metals, melanin-based pigmentation and their interaction influence immune parameters in feral pigeons (Columba livia). Ecotoxicology, 25: 521-52910.1007/s10646-016-1610-5
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Helft F,~ Doums C, Monnin T* (2016) No evidence of pre-copulatory mate choice by gynes in the facultatively parthenogenetic ant Cataglyphis cursor. Insectes sociaux 63:199-20110.1007/s00040-015-0444-0
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Chatelain M.~, Frantz A.*, Gasparini J.* & Leclaire S. (2016) Experimental exposure to trace metals affects plumage bacterial community in the feral pigeon. Journal of Avian Biology, 47: 521-52910.1111/jav.00857
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Chatelain M.~, Gasparini J. & Frantz A.* (2016) Do trace metals select for darker birds in urban areas? An experimental exposure to lead and zinc. Global Change Biology, 22: 2380-239110.1111/gcb.13170
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Chatelain M.~, Gasparini J.*, Jacquin L.~ & Frantz A.* (2014) The adaptive function of melanin-based plumage coloration to trace metals. Biology Letters, 10: 2014016410.1098/rsbl.2014.0164
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Gasparini J.*, Jacquin L.~, Laroucau K., Vorimore F., Aubry E., Castrec-Rouelle M. & Frantz A.* (2014) Relationships between metals exposure and epidemiological parameters of two pathogens in urban pigeons. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 92: 208-21210.1007/s00128-013-1172-7
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Derelle R., Kondrashov F.A., Arkhipov V.Y., Corbel H.^, Frantz A.*, Gasparini J.*, Jacquin L.~, Jacob G., Thibault S. & Baudry E. (2013) Color differences among feral pigeons (Columba livia) are not attributable to sequence variation in the coding region of the melanocortin-1 receptor gene (MC1R). BMC Research Notes, 6: 31010.1186/1756-0500-6-310BMC Research NotesEPEEcoEvo
Doums C., Ruel C., Clémencet J., Fédérici P*., Cournault L., Aron S. 2013. Fertile diploid males in the ant Cataglyphis cursor: a potential cost of thelytoky? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67: 1983-199310.1007/s00265-013-1606-6
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Jacquin L.~, Récapet C.°, Prévot-Julliard A.C., Leboucher G., Lenouvel P.^, Erin N., Frantz A.*, Corbel H.^ & Gasparini J.* (2013) A potential role for parasites in the maintenance of melanin-based coloration polymorphism in urban feral pigeons. Oecologia, 173: 1089-109910.1007/s00442-013-2663-2
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Frantz A.*,​ Pottier M.A.°, Karimi B.°, Corbel H.^, Aubry E., Haussy C., Gasparini J. * & Castrec-Rouelle M. (2012) Contrasting levels of heavy metals in the feathers of urban pigeons from close habitats suggest limited movements at a restricted scale. Environmental Pollution, 168: 23-2810.1016/j.envpol.2012.04.003
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Macke E., Magalhães S., Do H.T.K., Frantz A.*, Facon B. & Olivieri I. (2012) Mating modifies female life-history in a haplodiploid spider mite. The American Naturalist, 179: E147-16210.1086/665002
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Gasparini J.*, Erin N.°, Bertin C., Jacquin L.~, Vorimore F., Frantz A.*, Lenouvel P.^ & Laroucau K. (2011) Impact of urban environment and host phenotype on the epidemiology of Chlamydiaceae in feral pigeons (Columba livia). Environmental Microbiology, 13: 3186-319310.1111/j.1462-2920.2011.02575.xEnvironmental MicrobiologyEPEEcoEvo
Simon J.-C., Boutin S., Tsuchida T., Koga R., Le Gallic J.-F., rantz A.*, Outreman Y. & Fukatsu T. (2011) Facultative symbiont infections affect aphid reproduction. PLoS ONE 6(7): e2183110.1371/jourl.pone.0021831PLoS ONEEPEEcoEvo
Macke E., Magalhães S., Do H.T.K., Luciano A., Frantz A.*, Facon B. & Olivieri I. (2011) Sex allocation in haplodiploids is mediated by egg size: evidence in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278: 1054-1063​10.1098/rspb.2010.1706
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Frantz A.*, Calcagno V., Mieuzet L., Plantegenest M. & Simon J.C. (2009) Complex trait differentiation between host-populations of the pea aphid: implications for the evolution of ecological specialisation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 97: 718-72710.1111/j.1095-8312.2009.01221.x
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Frantz A.*, Plantegenest M., & Simon J.C. (2010) Host races of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum differ in male wing phenotypes. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 100: 59-6610.1017/S0007485309006750
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Frantz A., Plantegenest M., & Simon J.C. (2006) Temporal habitat variability and the maintenance of sex in host populations of the pea aphid. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273: 2887-289110.1098/rspb.2006.3665
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Frantz A.Plantegenest M., Mieuzet L. & Simon J.C. (2006) Ecological specialization correlates with genotypic differentiation in sympatric host-populations of the pea aphid. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19: 392-40110.1111/j.1420-9101.2005.01025.x
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Frantz A., Plantegenest M., Bonhomme J., Prunier-Leterme N. & Simon J.C. (2005) Strong biases in the transmission of sex chromosomes in the aphid Rhopalosiphum padi. Genetical Research, 85: 111-11710.1017/S0016672305007482
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Caillaud M.C., Mondor-Genson G., Levine-Wilkinson S., Mieuzet L., Frantz A., Simon J.C. & Coeur d’Acier A. (2004) Microsatellite DNA markers for the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. Molecular Ecology Notes, 4: 446-448​10.1111/j.1471-8286.2004.00676.xMolecular Ecology NotesEPEEcoEvo

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