Équipe "EcoPhyS" ÉcoPhysiologie moléculaire de la plante sous Stress - iEES Paris

L’équipe Ecophysiologie moléculaire de la plante sous stress (EcoPhyS) s’attache à étudier les réponses des plantes aux contraintes de l’environnement en développant une approche intégrative de l’étude de la réponse aux contraintes de l’environnement, de la plante entière (échanges gazeux, production de biomasse, rendement) jusqu’aux échelles cellulaire et moléculaire (signalisation, stress oxydant, lipides membranaires, protéolyse).

Ces contraintes peuvent être de nature biotique (insectes, champignons, bactéries, ingénieurs du sol) ou abiotique (température, lumière, disponibilité en eau, en minéraux, pollution du sol et l’air).
La capacité à répondre à ces contraintes est un déterminant majeur des services écosystémiques rendus par les plantes et de leur répartition de l’échelle locale à celle du globe.

Dans ce contexte, nous cherchons à développer une approche intégrative de l’étude de la réponse aux contraintes de l’environnement, de la plante entière (échanges gazeux, production de biomasse, rendement) jusqu’aux échelles cellulaire et moléculaire (signalisation, stress oxydant, lipides membranaires, protéolyse).

Par ailleurs, nous contribuons au développement de stratégies d’ingénierie biologique appliquées aux sciences de l’environnement (phytoremédiation, biosurveillance, biomarqueurs cellulaires).

Pour répondre aux objectifs fixés, nous mettons en œuvre des expérimentations au champ et en conditions contrôlées pour des modèles végétaux variés, plantes modèles (Arabidopsis, tabac, Brachypodium distachyon) et espèces de grande culture (blé, maïs, haricot), ainsi que des systèmes expérimentaux associant plantes et micro/macrofaune du sol.
Nos approches intègrent principalement des méthodes et connaissances de biologie moléculaire, de biochimie et d’écophysiologie.

 

Publications de l'équipe

Ne concerne que les publications de 2017 à aujourd’hui. Pour voir toutes les publications dirigez-vous vers la page Publications.

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​Molbert, N., S. Agostini, F. Alliot, F. Angelier, C. Biard*, B. Decencière, M. Leroux-Coyau*, A. Millot, C. Ribout and A. Goutte (2021). “Parasitism reduces oxidative stress of fish host experimentally exposed to PAHs.” Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 219: 112322.10.1016/j.ecoenv.2021.112322
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Ecotoxicology and Environmental SafetyEPEEcoEvo
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. 10.1002/ecm.1440
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​Salmón, P., A. Jacobs, D. Ahrén, C. Biard*, N. J. Dingemanse, D. M. Dominoni, B. Helm, M. Lundberg, J. C. Senar, P. Sprau, M. E. Visser and C. Isaksson (2021). “Continent-wide genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe.” Nature Communications 12(1): 2983.10.1038/s41467-021-23027-w
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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 one10.1371/journal.pone.0247514
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​Dupont, S.°, Baudry, E. & Gasparini J.* 2020. Eumelanic coloration and age interact to influence breath rate following a boldness test in urban pigeons. Global Journal of Ecology.  5: 115-11910.17352/gje.00002Global Journal of EcologyEPEEcoEvo
Møller, A. P., J. Balbontín, A. A. Dhondt, F. Adriaensen, A. Artemyev, J. Bańbura, E. Barba, C. Biard*, J. Blondel, J.-C. Bouvier, J. Camprodon, F. Cecere, M. Charter, M. Cichoń, C. Cusimano, A. Dubiec, M. Eens, T. Eeva, P. N. Ferns, J. T. Forsman, A. Goldshtein, A. E. Goodenough, A. G. Gosler, L. Gustafsson, I. Harnist, I. R. Hartley, P. Heeb, S. A. Hinsley, S. Jacob, A. Järvinen, R. Juškaitis, E. Korpimäki, I. Krams, T. Laaksonen, B. Leclercq, E. Lehikoinen, O. Loukola, M. C. Mainwaring, R. Mänd, B. Massa, E. Matthysen, T. D. Mazgajski, S. Merino, C. Mitrus, M. Mönkkönen, R. G. Nager, J.-Å. Nilsson, S. G. Nilsson, A. C. Norte, M. von Numers, M. Orell, C. S. Pimentel, R. Pinxten, I. Priedniece, V. Remeš, H. Richner, H. Robles, S. Rytkönen, J. C. Senar, J. T. Seppänen, L. P. da Silva, T. Slagsvold, T. Solonen, A. Sorace, M. J. Stenning, J. Török, P. Tryjanowski, A. J. van Noordwijk, W. Walankiewicz and M. M. Lambrechts (2020). “Interaction of climate change with effects of conspecific and heterospecific density on reproduction.” Oikos 129(12): 1807–1819.​10.1111/oik.07305
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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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Physiological and Biochemical ZoologyEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
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
10.1111/1365-2656.13279
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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
10.1093/biolinnean/blaa061
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​Pick, J.L., Hatakeyama, M., Ihle, K.E., Gasparini, J.*, Haussy, C.*, Ishishita,S.,  Matsuda, Y., Yoshimura, T., Kanaoka, M.M., Shimizu‐Inatsugi, R., Shimizu  K.K., Tschirren, B. 2020. Artificial selection reveals the role of transcriptional constraints in the maintenance of life history variation. Evolution Letters, 4: 200-211.10.1002/evl3.166Evolution LettersEPEEcoEvo
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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Biology LettersEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
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.0c00177Environmental Science & TechnologyEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
​Jacquiod S., Puga-Freitas R.*, Spor A., Mounier A., Monard C., Mougel C., Philippot L., Blouin M., (2020), A core microbiota of the plant-earthworm interaction conserved across soils, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 144:10775410.1016/j.soilbio.2020.107754
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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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​Partecke, J., Hegyi, G., Fitze, P., Gasparini, J.* & Schwabl, H. 2020. Maternal effects and urbanization: Variation of yolk androgens and immunoglobulin in city and forest blackbirds. Ecology and Evolution, 10: 2213-2224.10.1002/ece3.6058Ecology and EvolutionEPEEcoEvo
Kalachova T, Leontovyčová H., Iakovenko O., Pospichalova R., Marsik P., Kloucek P., Janda M., Valentová O., Kocourkova D., Martinec J., Burketova. L, Ruelland E*. (2019) Interplay between phosphoinositides and actin cytoskeleton in the regulation of immunity related responses in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings. Environmental and Experimental Botany,  167, 103867.10.1016/j.envexpbot.2019.103867
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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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Ecology and EvolutionEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
PokotyloI^., KravetsV., Ruelland E*.(2019) Salicylic Acid Binding Proteins (SABPs): The Hidden Forefront of Salicylic Acid Signalling. International Journal of Molecular Sciences,20, 437710.3390/ijms20184377
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Kalachova T~., Janda M, Šašek V., Ortmannová J., Nováková P., Dobrev I. P., Kravets V., Guivarc’h A*., Moura D^., Burketová L., Valentová O., Ruelland E* (2019) Identification of salicylic acid-independent responses in Arabidopsis beta phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase double mutant. Annals of Botany.10.1093/aob/mcz112
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Annals of BotanyEcoPhySIPE ; APCEIPE
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-z
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​Bleu^, J., S. Agostini, F. Angelier and C. Biard* (2019). “Experimental increase in temperature affects eggshell thickness, and not egg mass, eggshell spottiness or egg composition in the great tit (Parus major).” General and Comparative Endocrinology 275: 73-81.10.1016/j.ygcen.2019.02.004
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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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Tuzet A., Rahantaniaina M.S.^, Noctor G. (2019) Analyzing the function of catalase and the ascorbate–glutathione pathway in H2O2 processing: insights from an experimentally constrained kinetic model. Antioxidants redox signaling,30: 1238-1268 ​10.1089/ars.2018.7601
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Gully K., Pelletier S., Guillou M-C., Ferrand M., Aligon S., Pokotylo I^., Perrin A., Vergne E., Fagard M., Ruelland E*., Grappin P., Bucher E., Renou J-P., Aubourg S. (2019) The SCOOP peptide family regulates defense response and root development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Experimental Botany 70: 1349-136510.1093/jxb/ery454
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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.
10.1007/s10646-018-2001-x
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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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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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Møller, A. P., J. Balbontín, A. A. Dhondt, V. Remeš, F. Adriaensen, C. Biard*, J. Camprodon, M. Cichoń, B. Doligez, A. Dubiec, M. Eens, T. Eeva, A. E. Goodenough, A. G. Gosler, L. Gustafsson, P. Heeb, S. A. Hinsley, S. Jacob, R. Juškaitis, T. Laaksonen, B. Leclercq, B. Massa, T. D. Mazgajski, R. G. Nager, J.-Å. Nilsson, S. G. Nilsson, A. C. Norte, R. Pinxten, H. Robles, T. Solonen, A. Sorace, A. J. van Noordwijk and M. M. Lambrechts (2018). “Effects of interspecific coexistence on laying date and clutch size in two closely related species of hole-nesting birds.” Journal of Animal Ecology 87: 1738–1748.​10.1111/1365-2656.12896
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PokotyloI^., KravetsV., MartinecJ., Ruelland E*.(2018) The phosphatidic acid paradox: Too many actions for one molecule class? Lessons from plants. Progress in Lipid Research. 71, 43-53​10.1016/j.plipres.2018.05.003Progress in Lipid ResearchEcoPhySIPE
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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Ecology and EvolutionEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
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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​Changey F.^, Bagard M.*, Souleymane M.°, Lerch T.Z.* (2018) Cascading effects of elevated ozone on wheat rhizosphere microbial communities depend on temperature and cultivar sensitivity. Environmental Pollution 242: 113-12510.1016/j.envpol.2018.06.073
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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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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 EcologyEPEEcoEvo ; VPAEcoEvo
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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Tshabuse F., Farrant J.M., Humbert L., Moura D^., Rainteau D., Espinasse C*., Idrissi TaghkiA., Merlier F., Acket S., Thomasset B., Ruelland E*. (2018) Glycerolipid analysis during desiccation and recovery of the resurrection plant Xerophyta humilis (Bak) Dur and Schinz. Plant Cell & Environment, 41: 533-54710.1111/pce.13063Plant Cell, & EnvironmentEcoPhySIPE
​Côte, J., Boniface, A., Blanchet, S., Hendry, A.P., Gasparini, J.* & Jacquin L. 2018. Melanin-based coloration and host-parasite interactions under global change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 20180285.10.1098/rspb.2018.0285
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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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Milcu A.; Puga-Freitas R*.; Ellison A.M., Blouin M., Scheu S., Girin T., Freschet G.T., Rose L., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Barot S*., Lata J-C*., Cesarz S., Eisenhauer N., Gigon A*.,Weigelt A., Hansart A., Greiner A., Pando A*., Gessler A.,  Grignani C., Assandri D., Gleixner G., Le Galliard J-F*., Urban-Mead K., Laura Zavattaro L., MüllerM.E.H., LangeM., Martin Lukac M., Bonkowski M., Mannerheim N., Buchmann N.,  Butenschoen O., Rotter P., Seyhun R., Devidal S., Kayler Z., and J Roy J.(2018).Genotypic variability enhances the reproducibility of an ecological study.  Nature Ecology and Evolution. 2, p279–28710.1038/s41559-017-0434-x
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​Agapit, C.~, Gigon, A.*, Puga-Freitas, R.*, Zeller, B., Blouin, M. Plant-earthworm interactions: influence of age and proportion of casts in the soil on plant growth, morphology and nitrogen uptake. Plant Soil 424, 49–61 (2018).10.1007/s11104-017-3544-y
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Senar, J. C., L. Z. Garamszegi, V. Tilgar, C. Biard*, G. Moreno-Rueda, P. Salmón, J. M. Rivas, P. Sprau, N. J. Dingemanse, A. Charmantier, V. Demeyrier^, H. Navalpotro and C. Isaksson (2017). “Urban Great Tits (Parus major) Show Higher Distress Calling and Pecking Rates than Rural Birds across Europe.” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5(18 December 2017): 16310.3389/fevo.2017.00163Frontiers in Ecology and EvolutionEPEEcoEvo
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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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 ; VPAEcoEvo
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.2016.08.012
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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
Noblet A., Leymarie J.*, and Bailly C. (2017) Chilling temperature remodels phospholipidome of Zea mays seeds during imbibition, Scientific Reports 7, 8886, 10.1038/s41598-017-08904-z
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Rahantaniaina M.S.^, Li S., Chatel-Innocenti G., Tuzet A., Mhamdi A., Vanacker H., Noctor G (2017) Glutathione oxidation in response to intracellular H2O2: Key but overlapping roles for dehydroascorbate reductases. Plant signaling and behavior, 12: 1-5
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Biard*, C., F. Brischoux, A. Meillère, B. Michaud, M. Nivière°, S. Ruault, M. Vaugoyeau~ and F. Angelier (2017). “Growing in cities: an urban penalty for wild birds? A study of phenotypic differences between urban and rural great tit chicks (Parus major).” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5(18 July 2017): 7910.3389/fevo.2017.00079​
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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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Rahantaniaina M.S^, Li S., Chatel-Innocenti G., Tuzet A., Issakidis-Bourguet E., Mhamdi A., Noctor G. (2017) Cytosolic and chloroplastic DHARs cooperate in oxidative stress-driven activation of the salicylic acid pathway. Plant physiology,174: 956-97110.1104/pp.17.00317
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Bleu^, J., S. Agostini and C. Biard* (2017). “Nestbox temperature during egg-laying affects clutch size, incubation and nestlings in great tits.” Behavioral Ecology 48(4): 489-50110.1093/beheco/arx039
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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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​Aouissi, H.A., Gasparini, J.*, Belabed, A.I. & Bouslama, Z. 2017. Impact of greenspaces in city on avian species richness and abundance in Northern Africa. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 340: 394-400. 10.1016/j.crvi.2017.07.002
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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/s00442-017-3973-6
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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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​Skandrani, Z., Bovet, D., Gasparini, J.*, Baldaccini, N. E. & Prévot, A.-C. 2017 Sociality enhances birds’ capacity to deal with anthropogenic ecosystems. Urban Ecosystems, 20: 609-615.10.1007/s11252-016-0618-1
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​Scriba, M.F., Gasparini, J.*, Jacquin, L.~, Mettke-Hofmann, C., Rattenborg, N.C. & Roulin, A. 2017. The effect of food quality during growth on spatial memory consolidation in adult pigeons. Journal of Experimental Biology, 220: 573-581.10.1242/jeb.152454
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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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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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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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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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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
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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BOUBLIN FannyDoctoranteUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe EcoPhyS du Département IPEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : P1-246
fanny.boublin@u-pec.fr
CLAUDE Alice
Doctorante
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Univ. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : P1-246
(+33) 01 45 17 14 67
alice.claude@u-pec.fr
HAVE Marien
MC
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Univ. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : 232
(+33) 01 45 17 14 68
marien.have@u-pec.fr
LAFFRAY XavierTUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe EcoPhyS du Département IPEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
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(+33) 01 45 17 14 68xavier.laffray@u-pec.fr
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bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : 232
(+33) 01 45 17 14 68luis.leitao@u-pec.fr
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PUGA FREITAS RubenMCUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe EcoPhyS du Département IPEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
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RAHANTANIAINA Marie SylvianeATERUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe EcoPhyS du Département IPEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
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bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : 240
(+33) 01 45 17 16 16repellin@u-pec.fr
STARODUBTSEVA Anastasiia
Doctorante
Univ. Paris Est Créteil
Équipe EcoPhyS du Département IPE
Univ. Paris Est Créteil
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Univ. Paris Est Créteil
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