Sensory Ecology Department "Ecosens" - iEES Paris

Red palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus
Red palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus
D. Rochat©UMR7618

Animals use their chemical senses – olfaction and taste – to interpret their environment and to adapt to new ecological niches. Insects appear as ideal models to decipher the molecular and neurobiological bases of these chemical senses and to investigate their importance at the individual and the population levels.

The general objectives of the Sensory ecology Department are to understand how insects perceive their chemical environment and how phenotypic and genotypic variations allow them to adapt to changing environment, through phenotypic plasticity and, at a large time scale, evolutionary changes.

Thus, the Department integrates all the dimensions of chemical perception in insects, considering the ecosystem and evolutionary aspects.

 
 
 
 
Larva of the Egyptian cotton leafworm Spodoptera littoralis
Larva of the Egyptian cotton leafworm Spodoptera littoralis
M. Renou©UMR7618
We are studying :
  • The chemical landscapes and the sensory signals the insect are sensitive to
  • The mechanisms of their reception at the peripheral level (antennae, proboscis,…)
  • Their integration in the central nervous system
  • The behavioural responses
  • The consequences on insect intra and inter-species relationship, in a complex and changing environment.

This Department uses a unique combination of know-how, including bioinformatics, functional genomics, molecular genetics, biochemistry, physico-chemistry, neuroanatomy, imaging, electrophysiology, ethology and modeling, developing approaches from genes to fields, from neurons to biophysical models, from individuals to populations.

With crop pests as main models, the Department conducts not only basic science but also proposes solutions for pest control.

The Department is divided in two teams that work together to investigate sensory adaptation, each at its own level :

the CReA team (Chemoreception and adaptationfocuses on signals and their reception at the peripheral level,
the NEO team (Neuroethology of olfactionfocuses on olfactory coding, from the transduction to central integration and insect orientation.

 

Egyptian cotton leafworm Spodoptera littoralis
Egyptian cotton leafworm Spodoptera littoralis
M. Renou©UMR7618

Teams of "EcoSens" department

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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Jacquin-Joly E.* (2019) L’odorat des insectes, vers de nouvelles solutions de biocontrôle des espèces invasives. Valeurs Vertes, 158: 17-18.Valeurs VertesCReAEcoSens
Caballero-Vidal G.~, Bouysset C., Grunig H., Fiorucci S., Montagné N.*, Golebiowski J., and Emmanuelle Jacquin-Joly*. (2020) Machine learning decodes chemical features to identify novel agonists of a moth odorant receptor. Sci Reports, 10:165510.1038/s41598-020-58564-9
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Chapuy C.°~, Ribbens L., Renou M.*, Dacher M.*, Armengaud C. (2019) Thymol affects congruency between olfactory and gustatory stimuli in bees. Sci Rep, 9: 7752.10.1038/s41598-019-43614-8
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Jacob V., Scolari F., Delatte H., Gasperi G., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Malacrida A.R., and Duyck P-F. (2017) Current source density mapping of antennal sensory selectivity reveals conserved olfactory systems between tephritids and Drosophila. Scientific Reports, 7(1):1530410.1038/s41598-017-15431-4
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Steiner C.~, Bozzolan F.*, Montagné N.*, Maïbèche M.*, Chertemps T. *2017. Neofunctionalization of “Juvenile Hormone Esterase Duplication” in Drosophila as an odorant-degrading enzyme towards food odorants.Sci Rep. 7(1):12629.

doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-13015-w
10.1038/s41598-017-13015-w
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Younus F., Fraser N., Coppin C.W., Liu J., Correy G., ChertempsT.* Pandey G., Maïbèche M.*, Jackson C., Oakeshott J. 2017. Molecular basis for the behavioral effects of the odorant degrading enzyme Esterase 6 in Drosophila. Sci Rep. 7:46188.10.1038/srep46188
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d’Alençon E, Gouin A, Bretaudeau A, Nam K, Gimenez S, Aury JM, Duvic B, Hilliou F, Durand N^, Montagné N*, Darboux I, Kuwar S, Chertemps T*, Siaussat D*, Bretschneider A, Moné Y, Ahn S-J, Hänniger S, Gosselin Grenet A-S, Neunemann DMaumus F,Luyten I,Labadie K,Xu W,Koutroumpa F,Escoubas JM,Llopis A,Maïbèche-Coisne M*,Salasc F,Tomar A,Anderson AR,Khan SA,Dumas P,Orsucci M,Guy J,Belser C,Alberti A,Noel B,Couloux A,Mercier J,NideletS,Dubois E,Liu NY,Boulogne I,Mirabeau O,Le Goff G,Gordon K,Oakeshott J,Consoli FL,Volkoff AN,Fescemyer HW,Marden JH,Luthe DS,HerreroS,Heckel DG,Wincker P,Kergoat GJ,Amselem J,Quesneville H,Groot AT,Jacquin-Joly E*,Nègre N,Lemaitre C,Legeai F,d’Alençon E,Fournier P. (2017). Two genomes of highly polyphagous lepidopteran pests (Spodoptera frugiperda, Noctuidae) with different host-plant ranges.Scientific report7(1):11816. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-10461-4.10.1038/s41598-017-10461-4
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​Pannequin R., Jouaiti M., Boutayeb M., Lucas P.*, Martinez D. (2020) Lab-on-cables: Automatic tracking of free-flying insects. Science Robotics 5(43):eabb2890. DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.abb2890
10.1126/scirobotics.abb2890
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Science Robotics
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Levakova M., Kostal L., Monsempès C. *, Jacob V. ^, Lucas P. * (2018) Moth olfactory receptor neurons adjust their encoding efficiency to temporal statistics of pheromone fluctuations. PLoS Comput. Biol. 14(11): e1006586.https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006586
10.1371/jourl.pcbi.1006586
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Jacob V. ^, Monsempès C. *, Rospars J.-P. *, Masson J.-B., Lucas P. * (2017) Olfactory coding in the turbulent realm. PLoS Comput. Biol. 13(12):e1005870. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005870
10.1371/jourl.pcbi.1005870
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Cheng T., Wu J., Wu Y., Chilukuri R., Huang L., Yamamoto K., Feng L., Li W., Chen Z., Guo H., Liu J., Li S., Wang X., Peng L., Liu D., Guo Y., Fu B., Li Z., Liu C., Chen Y., Tomar A., Hilliou F., Montagné N.*, Jacquin-Joly E.*, d’Alençon E., Seth R., Bhatnagar R., Jouraku A., Shiotsuki T., Kadono-Okuda K., Promboon A., Smagghe G., Arunkumar K., Kishino H., Goldsmith M., Feng Q., Xia Q. & Mita K. (2017) Genomic adaptation to polyphagy and insecticides in a major East Asian noctuid pest. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1:1747-1756.​10.1038/s41559-017-0314-4
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nature ecology and evolutionCReAEcoSens
Wan F., Yin C., Tang R., Chen M., Wu Q., Huang C., Qian W., Rota-Stabelli O., Yang N., Wang S., Wang G. , Zhang G., Guo J., Gu L., Chen L., Xing L., Xi Y., Liu F., Lin K., Guo M., Liu W., He K., Tian R., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Franck P., Siegwart M., Ometto L., Anfora G., Blaxter M., Meslin C.*, Petr N., Dalíková M., Marec F., Olivares J., Maugin S.,  Shen J., Liu J., Guo J., Luo J., Liu B., Fan W., Feng L., Zhao X., Peng X., Wang K., Liu L., Zhan H., Liu W., Shi G., Jiang C., Jin J., Xian X., Lu S., Ye M., Li M., Yang M., Xiong R., Walters J.R., Li F ​ (2019) A chromosome-level genome assembly of the codling moth ( Cydia pomonella ) provides insights into its chemical ecology and insecticide resistance. Nature Communications, 10: 472710.1038/s41467-019-12175-9
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Nature CommunicationsCReAEcoSens
de Fouchier A.~, Walker W.B.,  Montagné N.*, Steiner C.~, Binyameen M., Schlyter F., Chertemps T.*, Maria A.*, François M.C.*, Monsempes C.*, Anderson P., Hansson B.S., Larsson M. C., Jacquin-Joly E.* (2017) Functional evolution of Lepidoptera olfactory receptors revealed by deorphanization of a moth repertoire. Nature Communications,  8: 15709 10.1038/ncomms15709
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Nature CommunicationsCReAEcoSens
Guo M., Du L., Chen Q., Feng Y., Zhang J., Zhang X., Tian K., Cao S., Huang T., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Wang G., Liu Y. (2020) Odorant Receptors for Detecting Flowering Plant Cues are Functionally Conserved across Moths and Butterflies. Mol Biol Evol. Msaa300
10.1093/molbev/msaa300
Molecular Biology and Evolution
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Diesner M., Gallot A.^, Binz H., Gaertner C.*, Vitecek. S.°, Kahnt J., Schachtner J., Jacquin-Joly E.* and Gadenne C. (2018) Mating-induced differential peptidomics of neuropeptides and protein hormones in Agrotis ipsilon moths. J Proteome Res. 17(4):1397-141410.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00779
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Köblös G., François M-C.*, Monsempes C. *, Montagné N.*, Fónagy A. and Jacquin-Joly E.* (2018) Identification and molecular characterization of a pheromone receptor candidates in the cabbage armyworm Mamestra brassicae ([Lepidoptera]:[Noctuidae]). Journal of Insect Science . 18, 5 : 1-8. 10.1093/jisesa/iey090
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Journal of Insect ScienceCReAEcoSens
Murmu M.S.^, Hanoune J.°, Choi A.°, Bureau V.°, Renou M.*, Dacher M.*, Deisig N.*, Modulatory effects of pheromone on olfactory learning and memory in moths. Journal of Insect Physiology, J Insect Physiol 127, 104159.10.1016/j.jinsphys.2020.104159
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Journal of Insect PhysiologyNeOEcoSens
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

10.1111/jeb.13340
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Hoffmann A.°, Bourgeois T.*, Munoz A.°, Anton S., Gevar J.*, Dacher M.*, Renou M.* (2020) A plant volatile alters the perception of sex pheromone blend ratios in a moth. J Comp Physiol A, 206, 553-570.10.1007/s00359-020-01420-yjournal of comparative physiology ANeOEcoSens
​Pawson S. M., Kerr J. L., O’Connor B., Lucas P.*, Martinez D., Allison J. D., Strand T. M. (2020) Light weight portable electroantennography device as a future tool for applied chemical ecology. J. Chem. Ecol. 46 :557-566. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-020-01190-6
10.1007/s10886-020-01190-6
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Levakova M., Kostal L., Monsempès C. *, Lucas P. *, Kobayashi R. (2019) Adaptive integrate-and-fire model reproduces the dynamics of olfactory receptor neuron responses in moth. J. R. Soc. Interface 16:20190246. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2019.0246 
10.1098/rsif.2019.0246
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Gassias E, Durand N^, Demondion E*, Bourgeois T*, Aguilar P, Bozzolan F*, Debernard S*. A critical role for Dop1-mediated dopaminergic signaling in the plasticity of behavioral and neuronal responses to sex pheromone in a moth.J Exp Biol. 2019 Nov 29;22210.1242/jeb.211979
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Hidalgo K,Montazeau C,Siaussat D*,Braman V^,Trabalon M,Simard F,Renault D,Dabiré RK,Mouline K.(2018). Distinct physiological, biochemical and morphometric adjustments in the malaria vectors Anopheles gambiae and A. coluzzii as means to survive dry season conditions in Burkina Faso. J Exp Biol. 2018 221(Pt 6). pii: jeb174433.10.1242/jeb.174433
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​Meslin, C.*, Bozzolan, F.*, Braman, V.°, Chardonnet, S.; Pionneau, C.; François, M.‐C.*, Severac, D.; Gadenne, C.; Anton, S., Maibèche, M.*, Jacquin-Joly E.*, Siaussat D.*  (2021) Sublethal Exposure Effects of the Neonicotinoid Clothianidin Strongly Modify the Brain Transcriptome and Proteome in the Male Moth Agrotis ipsilon. Insects 2021, 12, 152. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects12020152
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Insects
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Durand N^, Chertemps T*, Bozzolan F*, Maïbèche M*.(2017) Expression and modulation of neuroligin and neurexin in the olfactory organ of the cotton leaf worm Spodoptera littoralis 24(2):210-221. 10.1111/1744-7917.12312
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Insect Sci.CReAEcoSens
Bozzolan F*, Durand N^, Demondion E*, Bourgeois T*, Gassias E, Debernard S*.Evidence for a role of oestrogen receptor-related receptor in the regulation of male sexual behaviour in the moth Agrotis ipsilon.Insect Mol Biol26(4):403-41310.1111/imb.12303
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Cui, W.C., Bing, W., Guo, M.B., Liu, Y., Jacquin-Joly, E.*, Yan, S.-C., Wang G. (2018) A receptor-neuron correlate for the detection of attractive plant volatiles in Helicoverpa assulta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 97:31-3910.1016/j.ibmb.2018.04.006
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Aviles A.~, Cordeiro A.°, Maria A.*, Bozzolan F.*, Boulogne I.^, Dacher M.*, Goutte A.°, Alliot F., Maibeche M.*, Massot M.*, Siaussat D.* (2020) Effects of DEHP on ecdysteroid pathway, sexual behaviour and offspring of the moth Spodoptera littoralis. Hormones Behav, 125: 104808.10.1016/j.yhbeh.2020.104808Hormones BehavNeOEcoSens,CReAEcoSens
Oeyen J.P., Baa-Puyoulet P., Benoit J.B., Beukeboom L.W., Bornberg-Bauer E., Buttstedt A., Calevro F., Cash E.I., Chao H., Charles H., Chen M.J., Childers C., Cridge A.G., Dearden P., Dinh H., Doddapaneni H.V., Dolan A., Donath A., Dowling D., Dugan S., Duncan E., Elpidina E.N., Friedrich M., Geuverink E., Gibson J.D., Grath S., Grimmelikhuijzen C.J.P., Große-Wilde E., Gudobba C., Han Y., Hansson B.S., Hauser F., Hughes D.S.T., Ioannidis P., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Jennings E.C., Jones J.W., Klasberg S., Lee S.L., Lesný P., Lovegrove M., Martin S., Martynov A.G., Mayer C., Montagné N.*, Moris V.C., Munoz-Torres M., Murali S.C., Muzny D.M., Oppert B., Parisot N., Pauli T., Peters R.S., Petersen M., Pick C., Persyn E.^,  Podsiadlowski L., Poelchau M.F., Provataris P., Qu J., Reijnders M.J.M.F., von Reumont B.M., Rosendale A.J., Simao F.A., Skelly J., Sotiropoulos A.G., Stahl A.L., Sumitani M., Szuter E.M., Tidswell O., Tsitlakidis E., Vedder L., Waterhouse R.M., Werren J.H., Wilbrandt J., Worley K.C., Yamamoto D.S., van de Zande L., Zdobnov E., Ziesmann T., Gibbs R.A., Richards S., Hatakeyama M., Misof B. & Niehuis N. (2019)Sawfly Genomes Reveal Evolutionary Acquisitions That Fostered the Mega-Radiation of Parasitoid and Eusocial Hymenoptera. Genome Biology and Evolution10.1093/gbe/evaa106
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genome biology and evolutionCReAEcoSens
Fraichard S., Legendre A., Lucas P., Chauvel I., Faure P., Artur Y., Neiers F., Briand L., Ferveur J.-F., Heydel J.-M. (2020) Modulation of sex pheromone discrimination by the UDP-glycosyltransferase Ugt36E1 in Drosophila melanogaster. Genes 11(3). DOI: 10.3390/genes11030237
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Fodor J., Hull J.J., Köblös G., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Szlanka T., Fónagy A. (2018) Identification and functional characterization of the pheromone biosynthesis activating neuropeptide receptor isoforms from Mamestra brassicae. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 258:60-69.10.1016/j.ygcen.2017.05.024
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Langlois L., Dacher M.*, Nugent F. (2018). Dopamine receptor activation is required for GABAergic spike timing-dependent plasticity in the ventral tegmental area. Front Syn Neurosci, 10: 32.​10.3389/fnsyn.2018.00032
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Hostachy C.^°, Couzi P.*, Portemer G.°, Hanafi M.°, Murmu M.^, Deisig N.*, Dacher M.* (2019)Exposure to conspecific and heterospecific sex-pheromones modulates gustatory habituation in the moth Agrotis ipsilon. Frontiers in Physiology, 10: 1518.10.3389/fphys.2019.01518
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Hostachy C.°^, Couzi P.*, Hanafi-Portier M.°, Portemer G.°, Halleguen A.°, Murmu M.^, Deisig N.*, Dacher M.*, 2019. Responsiveness to sugar solutions in the moth Agrotis ipsilon: parameters affecting proboscis extension. Frontiers in Physiology, 10: 1423.10.3389/fphys.2019.01423
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de Fouchier A.~, Sun X.^, Caballero-Vidal G.~, Travaillard S.°, Jacquin-Joly E.* & Montagné N.* (2018) Behavioral effect of plant volatiles binding to Spodoptera littoralis larval odorant receptors. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12:264.​10.3389/fnbeh.2018.00264
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Conchou L. ^, Lucas P. *, Meslin C. *, Proffit M., Staudt M., Renou M. * (2019) Insect Odorscapes: From Plant Volatiles to Natural Olfactory Scenes.Front. Physiol. 10:972.10.3389/fphys.2019.00972
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Durand N^, Pottier MA^, Siaussat D*, Bozzolan F*, Maïbèche M*, Chertemps T*.
Glutathione-S-Transferases in the Olfactory Organ of the Noctuid Moth Spodoptera littoralis, Diversity and Conservation of Chemosensory Clades.FrontPhysiol.9:1283. 
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Gassias E^, Durand N^, Demondion E*, Bourgeois T*, Bozzolan F*, Debernard S*.The insect HR38 nuclear receptor, a member of the NR4A subfamily, is a synchronizer of reproductive activity in a moth.FEBS J. 2018 Nov;285(21):4019-4040. 10.1111/febs.14648
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Bastin-Héline L.~, de Fouchier A.~, Cao S., Koutroumpa F.^, Caballero-Vidal G.~, Robakiewicz S.°, Monsempes C.*, François M.-C.*, Ribeyre T.°, de Cian A., Walker W.B., Wang G., Jacquin-Joly E.* & Montagné N.* (2019) A novel lineage of candidate pheromone receptors for sex communication in moths. eLife 8:e49826.​10.7554/eLife.49826
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elifeCReAEcoSens
Machon J., Krieger J., Meth R., Zbinden M., Ravaux J., Montagné N.*, Chertemps T.* & Harzsch S. (2019) Neuroanatomy of a hydrothermal vent shrimp provides insights into the evolution of crustacean integrative brain centers. eLife 8:e47550.​10.7554/eLife.47550
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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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Renou M.*, Anton S. (2020) Insect olfaction in a complex and changing world. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 42:xx-yy.10.1016/j.cois.2020.04.004Current opinion in insect scienceNeOEcoSens
Maria A.*, Malbert-Colas A~. Braman V.^, Dacher M.*, Chertemps T.*, Maïbèche M.*, Blais C.*, Siaussat D.* 2019 Effects of Bisphenol A on post-embryonic development of the cotton pest, Spodoptera littoralis. Chemosphere 235, 616-625.10.1016/j.chemosphere.2019.06.073
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Aviles A. ~, Boulogne I.^, Durand N.^, Maria A.*, Cordeiro A.°, Bozzolan F.*, Goutte A., Alliot F., Dacher M.*, Renault D., Maïbèche M.*, Siaussat D.* 2019 Effects of DEHP on post-embryonic development, nuclear receptor expression, metabolite and ecdysteroid concentrations of the moth Spodoptera littoralis. Chemosphere 215, 725-738.               
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Machon J.~, Lucas P.*, Ravaux J., Zbinden M. (2018) Comparison of Chemoreceptive Abilities of the Hydrothermal Shrimp Mirocaris fortunata and the Coastal Shrimp Palaemon elegans. Chem Senses 7:489–501. https://doi.org/10.1093/chemse/bjy041
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Gonzalez D., Rihani K., Neiers F., Poirier N., Fraichard S., Gotthard G., Chertemps T.*, Maïbèche M.*, Ferveur J.-F., Briand L. 2019.The Drosophila odorant-binding protein 28a is involved in the detection of the floral odour ß-ionone. Cell Mol Life Sci  ​10.1007/s00018-019-03300-4
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Toullec J.-Y., Cascella K., Ruault S., Geffroy A., Lorieux D., Montagné N.*, Ollivaux C. & Lee C.-Y. (2020) Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) in a warming ocean: thermotolerance and deciphering Hsp70 responses. Cell Stress and Chaperones 2910.1007/s12192-020-01103-2
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Dennis A.B., Ballesteros G.I., Robin S., Schrader L., Bast J., Berghöfer J., Beukeboom L., Belghazi M., Bretaudeau A., Büllesbach J., Cash E., Colinet D., Dumas Z., Falabella P., Gatti J.L., Geuverink E., Gibson J.D., Hertäg C., Hartmann S., Jacquin-Joly E.*, Lammers M., Lavandero B.I., Lindenbaum I., Massardier-Galata L., Meslin C., Montagné N.*, Pak N., Poirié M., Salvia R., Smith C.R., Tagu D., Tares S., Vogel H., Schwander T., Simon J.C., Figueroa C.C., Vorburger C., Legeai F., Gadau J. (2020) Functional insights from the GC-poor genomes of two aphid parasitoids, Aphidius ervi and Lysiphlebus fabarum. BMC Genomics, 21: 37610.1186/s12864-020-6764-0
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​Rispe C., Legeai F., Nabity P.D., Fernández R., Arora A.K., Baa-Puyoulet P., Banfill C.R., Bao L., Barberà M., Bouallègue M., Bretaudeau A., Brisson J.A., Calevro F., Capy P., Catrice O., Chertemps T.*, Couture C., Delière L., Douglas A.E., Dufault-Thompson K., Escuer P., Feng H., Forneck A., Gabaldón T., Guigó R., Hilliou F., Hinojosa-Alvarez S., Hsiao Y., Hudaverdian S., Jacquin-Joly E.*, James E.B., Johnston S., Joubard B., Le Goff G., Le Trionnaire G., Librado P., Liu S., Lombaert E., Lu H., Maïbèche M.*, Makni M., Marcet-Houben M., Martínez-Torres D., Meslin C.*, Montagné N.*, Moran N.A., Papura D., Parisot N., Rahbé Y., Ribeiro Lopes M., Ripoll-Cladellas A., Robin S., Roques C., Roux P., Rozas J., Sánchez-Gracia A., Sánchez-Herrero J.F., Santesmasses D., Scatoni I., Serre R.F., Tang M., Tian W., Umina P.A., van Munster M., Vincent-Monégat C., Wemmer J., Wilson A.C.C., Zhang Y., Zhao C., Zhao J., Zhao S., Zhou X., Delmotte F. and Tagu D. (2020) The genome sequence of the grape phylloxera provides insights into the evolution, adaptation, and invasion routes of an iconic pest. BMC Biology, 18 : 9010.1186/s12915-020-00820-5
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BMC BiologyCReAEcoSens
Pearce S.L., Clarke D.F., East P.D., Elfekih S., Gordon K.H.J., Jermiin L.S., Mcgaughran A., Oakeshott J.G., Papanikolaou A., Perera O.P., Rane R.V., Richards S., Tay W.T., Walsh T.K., Anderson A., Anderson C.J., Asgari S., Board P., Bretschneider A., Campbell P.M., Chertemps T.*, Christeller J.T., Coppin C.W., Downes S.J., Duan G., Farnsworth C.A., Good R.T., Han L.B., Han Y.C., Hatje K., Horne I., Huang Y.P., Hughes D.S.T., Jacquin-Joly E.*, James W., Jhangiani S., Kollmar M., Kuwar S.S., Li S., Liu N.Y., Maïbèche M.*, Miller J.R., Montagné N.*, Perry T., Qu J., Song S.V., Sutton G.G., Vogel H., Walenz B.P., Xu W., Zhang H.J., Zou Z., Batterham P., Edwards O.R., Feyereisen R., Gibbs R.A., Heckel D.G., Mcgrath A., Robin C., Scherer S.E., Worley K.C. & Wu Y.D. (2017) Genomic basis for the pest status of two Helicoverpa species. BMC Biology 15:63.10.1186/s12915-017-0402-6
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Nom PrénomCorpsEmployeurDépartement et ÉquipeAdresseTéléphoneMél
BAGNI ThibautDoctorantAgroParisTechÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 306
(+33) 01 44 27 60 52thibaut.bagni@upmc.fr
BOZZOLAN FrancoiseIESorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 318
(+33) 01 44 27 38 39francoise.bozzolan@sorbonne-universite.fr
CHATTERJEE Abhishek
CRINRAEÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSens
INRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – Sous-sol étage – bureau : 17
(+33) 01 30 83 37 37
abhishek.chatterjee@inrae.fr
CHERTEMPS ThomasMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 314
(+33) 01 44 27 38 37thomas.chertemps@upmc.fr
COUZI PhilippeTINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSens ; Équipe NeO du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 320
(+33) 06 67 67 06 31philippe.couzi@inrae.fr
DACHER MatthieuMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 310
(+33) 01 44 27 65 87matthieu.dacher@upmc.fr
DEMONDION ElodieTINRAEÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 04
(+33) 01 30 83 31 59elodie.demondion@inrae.fr
FRANCOIS Marie-ChristineTINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensINRAE de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 11
(+33) 01 30 83 31 63marie-christine.francois@inrae.fr
FUENTES AnabelleTSorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 308
(+33) 01 44 27 38 25anabelle.fuentes@upmc.fr
GEVAR JérémyIEINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSens ; Équipe NeO du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 4
(+33) 01 30 83 31 59jeremy.gevar@inrae.fr
JACQUIN-JOLY EmmanuelleDRINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 5B
(+33) 01 30 83 32 12emmanuelle.joly@inrae.fr
KOUTROUMPA FoteiniCDD ChercheurINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – 1er étage – bureau : 02
(+33) 06 70 65 11 08foteini.koutroumpa@inrae.fr
LOUISON JoaneAJTINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSens ; Équipe NeO du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 4
(+33) 01 30 83 31 59joane.louison@inrae.fr
LUCAS PhilippeDRINRAEÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 10C
(+33) 01 30 83 37 37philippe.lucas@inrae.fr
MAIBECHE MartinePUSorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 312
(+33) 01 44 27 65 92martine.maibeche@upmc.fr
MARIA AnnickAISorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 308
(+33) 01 44 27 38 25annick.maria@upmc.fr
MASSOT ManuelCRCNRSÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 316
(+33) 01 44 27 27 35manuel.massot@upmc.fr
MESLIN-AUCLAIR CamilleCRINRAEÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 6A
(+33) 01 30 83 31 64Camille.Meslin@inrae.fr
MONSEMPES ChristelleAIINRAEÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSens,
Équipe CReA du Département EcoSens
INRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 11A
(+33) 01 30 83 31 63christelle.monsempes@inrae.fr
MONTAGNE NicolasMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 314
(+33) 1 44 27 38 37nicolas.montagne@upmc.fr
RENOU MichelDRINRAEÉquipe NeO du Département EcoSensINRA de Versailles
bâtiment 1 – RDC étage – bureau : 00
(+33) 01 30 83 32 32michel.renou@inrae.fr
SIAUSSAT DavidMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe CReA du Département EcoSensCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 3e étage – bureau : 310
(+33) 06 68 99 21 09david.siaussat@sorbonne-universite.fr

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