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Archives 2011-2006

Liste des publications 2011-2006

2011

  • A’Hara S.W., P. Amouroux, E.E. Argo, A. Avand-Faghih, A. Barat, L. Barbieri, T.M. Bert, R. Blatrix, A. Blin, D. Bouktila, A. Broome, C. Burdan, C. Capdevielle-Dulac, N. Casse, S. Chandra, K.J. Cho, J.E. Cottrell, C.R. Crawford, M.C. Davis, H. Delatte, N. Desneux et al. (2012). Permanent genetic resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources database 1 August 2011 – 30 September 2011. Molecular Ecology Resources, 12, 185-189.
  • Akhmetzhanov A.R., F. Grognard & L. Mailleret (2011). Optimal life history strategies in seasonal consumer-resource dynamics. Evolution, 65, 3113-3125.
  • Andrade G.S., D. Pratissoli, L.P. Dalvi, N. Desneux & H.J. Gonçalves (2011). Performance of four Trichogramma species (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) as biocontrol agents of Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) under various temperature regimes. Journal of Pest Science, 84, 313-320.
  • Boulard T., C. Raeppel, R. Brun, F. Lecompte, F. Hayer, G. Carmassi & G. Gaillard (2011). Environmental impact of greenhouse tomato production in France. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 31, 757–777.
  • Calcagno V., F. Massol, M. Mouquet, P. Jarne & P. David (2011). How spatial dynamics limit food-chain length. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London-B, 278, 3042-3049.
  • Calcagno V., C. Sun, M. Loreau & O. Schmitz (2011). Keystone predation and plant species coexistence: the role of carnivore hunting mode. The American Naturalist, 177, e1-e13.
  • Desneux N., M.G. Luna, T. Guillemaud & A. Urbaneja (2011). The invasive South American tomato pinworm, Tuta absoluta, continues to spread in Afro-Eurasia and beyond – the new threat to tomato world production. Journal of Pest Science, 84, 403-408.
  • Fabre F., E. Rousseau, L. Mailleret & B. Moury (2012). Durable strategies to deploy plant resistance in agricultural landscapes. New Phytologist, 193, 1064-1075.
  • Hamelin F.M., M. Castel, S. Poggi, D. Andrivon & L. Mailleret (2011). Seasonality and the evolutionary divergence of plant parasites. Ecology, 92, 2159-2166.
  • Han P., C.Y. Niu, A. Biondi & N. Desneux (2012). Does transgenic Cry1Ac + CpTI cotton pollen affect hypopharyngeal gland development and midgut proteolytic enzyme activity in the honey bee Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera, Apidae)? Ecotoxicology, 21, 2214–2221.
  • Han P., X. Wang, C.Y. Niu, Y.C. Dong, C.L. Lei & N. Desneux (2011). The population dynamics, phenology and overwintering of Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Hubei province, China. Journal of Pest Science, 84, 289-395.
  • Isbell F., V. Calcagno, A. Hector, J. Connolly, W. Stanley Harpole, P.B. Reich, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, B. Schmid, D. Tilman, J. van Ruijven, A. Weigelt, B.J. Wilsey, E.S. Zavaleta & M. Loreau (2011). High plant diversity is needed to maintain ecosystem services. Nature, 477, 199-202.
  • Lavoir A.V., C. Duffet, F. Mouillot, S. Rambal, J.P. Ratte & M. Staudt (2011). Scaling-up leaf monoterpene emissions from a water limited Quercus ilex woodland. Atmospheric Environment, 45, 2888-2897.
  • Leyronas C., H. Fatnassi, M. Bardin, T. Boulard T. & P. Nicot (2011). Modelling Botrytis cinerea spore exchanges and production in unheated greenhouses. Journal of Plant Pathology, 93, 407-414.
  • Mouttet R., P. Bearez, C. Thomas & N. Desneux (2011). Phytophagous arthropods and a pathogen sharing a host plant: evidence for indirect plant-mediated interactions. PLoS ONE, 6, e18840.
  • Olivier R, A.V. Lavoir, E. Ormeño, F. Mouillot, S. Greff, C. Lecareux, M. Staudt & C. Fernandez (2011). Compost spreading in Mediterranean shrubland indirectly increases biogenic emissions by promoting growth of VOC-emitting plant parts. Atmospheric Environment, 45, 3631-3639.
  • Olivier R., M. Staudt, A.V. Lavoir, E. Ormeño, S.H. Rizvi, V. Baldy, A. Rivoal, S. Greff, C. Lecareux & C. Fernandez (2011). Direct and indirect impact of sewage sludge compost spreading on Quercus coccifera monoterpene emissions in a Mediterranean shrubland. Environmental Pollution, 159, 963-969.
  • Provost B., V. Jouan, F. Hilliou, P. Delobel, P. Bernardo, M. Ravallec, F. Cousserans, E. Wajnberg, I. Darboux, P. Fournier, M.R. Strand & A.N. Volkoff (2011). Lepidoptera transcriptome analysis following infection by phylogenetically unrelated polydnaviruses highlights differential and common responses. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 41, 582-591.
  • Ragsdale D.W., D.A. Landis, J. Brodeur, G.E. Heimpel & N. Desneux (2011). Ecology and management of the soybean aphid in North America. Annual Review of Entomology, 56, 375-399.
  • Roy H.E., P. De Clercq, L.-J. Lawson-Handley, R.L. Poland, J.J. Sloggett & E. Wajnberg (2011). Alien arthropod predators and parasitoids: an ecological approach. BioControl, 56, 375-382.
  • Vitale S., A. Santori, E. Wajnberg, P. Castagnone-Sereno, L. Luongo & A. Belisario (2011). Morphological and molecular analysis of Fusarium lateritium, the cause of grey necrosis of Hazelnut fruit in Italy. Phytopathology, 101, 679-686.
  • Watanabe M., K. Miura, M.S. Hunter & E. Wajnberg (2011). Superinfection of cytoplasmic incompatibility-inducing Wolbachia is not additive in Orius strigicollis (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae). Heredity, 106, 642-648.

2010

  • Boivin G., C. Roger, D. Coderre, E. Wajnberg. Learning affects prey selection in larvae of a generalist coccinellid predator. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 135, 48-55.
  • Boulard T., Roy J.C., Fatnassi H., Kichah A., Lee I-B. . Computer Fluid Dynamics prediction of climate and fungal spore transfer in a rose greenhouse. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. Accepted: DOI, 10.1016/j.compag.2010.09.003.
  • Bournet P.E., Boulard T. . Effect of ventilator configuration on the distributed climate of greenhouses: a review. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. Accepted. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. Accepted: doi:10.1016/j.compag.2010.08.007.
  • Bout A., Boll R., Mailleret L., Poncet C. . Realistic global scouting for pests and diseases on rose crops. Journal of Economic Entomology . In press.
  • Cardin L., Onesto J-P., Moury B. . First report of Cucumber mosaic virus in Paeonia lactifera in France. Plant Disease, 94(6): 790-790.
  • Coquillard P, A. Muzy & E. Wajnberg. Activatability for simulation tractability of NP problems: Application to Ecology. In "Complex Systems: Activity-Based Modeling and Simulation", Hill D.R.C., A. Muzy & B.P. Zeigler (eds.), Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, 129-145.
  • Desneux N., Bernal J.S. . Genetically modified crops deserve greater ecotoxicological scrutiny. Ecotoxicology. In Press. 19:xx-xx. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0550-8.
  • Desneux N., Ramirez-Romero R., Bokonon-Ganta A.H., Bernal J.S. . Attraction of the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris to host frass is affected by transgenic maize. Ecotoxicology. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0502-3.
  • Desneux N., Wajnberg E., Wyckhuys K.A.G., Burgio G., Arpaia S., Narváez-Vasquez C.A., González-Cabrera J., Catalán Ruescas D., Tabone E., Frandon J., Pizzol J., Poncet C., Cabello T., Urbaneja A. . Biological invasion of European tomato crops by Tuta absoluta: Ecology, history of invasion and prospects for biological control. Journal of Pest Science, 83(3): 197-215.
  • Decourtye A., Mader E., Desneux N. . Landscape scale enhancement of floral resources for honey bees in agro-ecosystems. Apidologie. 41:264-277.
  • Han P., Niu C.Y., Lei C.L., Cui J.J., Desneux N. . Use of an innovative T-tube maze assay and the Proboscis Extension Response assay to assess sublethal effects of GM products and pesticides on learning capacity of the honey bee Apis mellifera L. Ecotoxicology. In Press. 19:xx-xx. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0546-4.
  • Han P., Niu C.Y., Lei C.L., Cui J.J., Desneux N. . Quantification of toxins in a Cry1Ac+CpTI cotton cultivar and its potential effects on the honey bee Apis mellifera L. Ecotoxicology. In Press. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0530-z.
  • Kugimiya S., T. Shimoda, E. Wajnberg, M. Uefune, J. Takabayashi (2010). Host-searching responses to herbivory-associated chemical information and patch use depend on mating status of female solitary parasitoid wasps. Ecological Entomology, 35, 279-286.
  • Lemesle V., Mailleret L., and Vaissayre M. . Role of spatial and temporal refuge in the evolution of pest resistance to toxic crops. Acta Biotheoretica , In press. IF: 1.394.
  • Molina-Aiz F.D., Fatnassi H., Boulard T., Roy J.C., Valera D.L., . Comparison of finite element and finite volume methods for simulation of natural ventilation in greenhouses. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 72: 69–86.
  • Nundloll S., Mailleret L., Grognard F. . Two models of interfering predators in impulsive biological control. Journal of Biological Dynamics, 4:102-114.
  • Nundloll S., Mailleret L., Grognard F. . Influence of interpredatory interferences on impulsive biological control efficiency. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, In press.
  • Pizzol J., Nammour D., Hervouet P., Bout A., Desneux N., Mailleret L. . Comparison of two methods of monitoring thrips populations in a greenhouse rose crop. Journal of Pest Science. 83(2):191-196.
  • Pizzol J., Pintureau B., Khoualdia O., Desneux N. . Temperature-dependant differences in biological traits between two strains of Trichogramma cacoeciae (Hymenoptera: ! ")!Trichogrammatidae). Journal of Pest Science. In Press. DOI: 10.1007/s10340-010-0327-0.
  • Poncet C., Lemesle V., Mailleret L., Bout A., Boll R., Vaglio J. . Spatio-temporal analysis of plant pests in a greenhouse using a Bayesian approach. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 12(3): 325-332.
  • Ragsdale D.W., Landis D.A., Brodeur J., Heimpel G.E., Desneux N. Ecology and management of the soybean aphid in North America. Annual Review of Entomology. In press. 56:xx-xx. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-ento-120709-144755. 56:375-399.
  • Roy H.E., E.L. Brodie, D. Chandler, M.S. Goettel, J.K. Pell, E. Wajnberg, F.E. Vega. Deep space and hidden depths: Understanding the evolution and ecology of fungal entomopathogens. BioControl, 55, 1-6.
  • Tabone T., Bardon C., Desneux N., Wajnberg E. . Comparative assessment of parasitism of different Trichogramma spp. on Plutella xylostella L. on greenhouse cauliflower. Journal of Pest Science. 83:251-256.

2009

  • Belisario A., M. Galli, E. Wajnberg. Evaluation of Juglans species for resistance to Phytophthora cinnamomi: differences in isolate virulence and response to fosetyl-Al. Forest Pathology, 39, 168-176.
  • Cardin L., Delecolle B., Moury B. . First Report of Cucumber mosaic virus and Turnip veinclearing virus in Dichondra repens in France, Italy, and China. Plant Disease 93(2): 201-201.
  • Cardin L., Moury B. . First Report of Passiflora chlorosis virus in Bituminaria bituminosa in Europe. Plant Disease 93(2):196-196.
  • Cardin L., Moury B. . First Report Of Cucumber Mosaic Virus In Edgeworthia Chrysantha In France And Italy. Journal of Plant Pathology 91(2): 502-502.
  • Cardin L., Vincenot L., Balesdent M.H. . First Report of Pilidium concavum on Bergenia crassifolia in France. Plant Disease 93(5): 548-548.
  • Dauphin G., P. Coquillard, S. Colazza, E. Peri, E. Wajnberg. Host kairomone learning and foraging success in an egg parasitoid: a simulation model. Ecological Entomology, 34, 193-203.
  • Desneux N., Barta R.J., Delebecque C.J., Heimpel G.E. . Transient host paralysis as a means of reducing self-superparasitism in koinobiont endoparasitoids. Journal of Insect Physiology 55(4): 321-327.
  • Desneux N., Barta R.J., Hoelmer K.A., Hopper K.R., Heimpel G.E. . Multifaceted determinants of host specificity in an aphid parasitoid. Oecologia 160(2): 387-398.
  • Desneux N., Ramirez-Romero R. . Plant characteristics mediated by growing conditions can impact parasitoid's ability to attack host aphids in winter canola. Journal Of Pest Science 82(4): 335-342.
  • Desneux N., Stary P., Delebecque C.J., Gariepy T.D., Barta R.J., Hoelmer K.A., Heimpel G.E. . Cryptic Species of Parasitoids Attacking the Soybean Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Asia: Binodoxys communis and Binodoxys koreanus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiinae). Annals Of The Entomological Society Of America 102(6): 925--936.
  • Fatnassi H., Leyronas C., Boulard T., Bardin M., Nicot P. . Dependence of greenhouse tunnel ventilation on wind direction and crop height. Biosystems Engineering,103(3): 338--343.
  • Kapranas A., E. Wajnberg, R.F. Luck (2009). Sequences of sex allocation and mortality in clutches of Metaphycus parasitoids of soft scale insects and the prevalence of all-female broods. Ecological Entomology, 34, 652-662.
  • Lundgren J.G., Wyckhuys K.A.G., Desneux N. . Population responses by Orius insidiosus to vegetational diversity. BioControl ,54(1): 135-142.
  • Mailleret L., Grognard F. . Global stability and optimisation of a general impulsive biological control model. Mathematical Biosciences, 221(2): 91-100.
  • Mailleret L., Lemesle V. . A note on semi-discrete modelling in the life sciences. Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society A-Mathematical Physical And Engineering Sciences, 367(1908): 4779-4799.
  • Majdoubi H., Boulard T., Fatnassi H., Bouirden L. . Airflow and microclimate patterns in a one-hectare Canary type greenhouse: An experimental and CFD assisted study. Agricultural And Forest Meteorology 149(6-7): 1050-1062.
  • Wajnberg E. . A new life for BioControlBioControl, 54, 1-2.

2008

  • Boissard P., Martin V., Moisan S. . A cognitive vision approach to early pest detection in greenhouse crops. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 62(2): 81-93.
  • Boulard T., Chave M., Fatnassi H., Poncet C., Roy J.C. . Botrytis cinerea spore balance of a greenhouse rose crop. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148: 504-511.
  • Cardin L., Moury B. . First report of Potato virus Y in Nicotiana mutabilis in France. Plant Disease. 92(2): 312-312.
  • Cardin L., Onesto J-P., Bornard I. and Moury B. . First report of Tobacco Rattle Virus on Aquilegia sp. Plant Disease. Journal of Plant Pathology. 90(3): 586-586.
  • Chave M., Dabert P., Brun R., Godon J.J., Poncet C. . Dynamics of rhizoplane bacterial communities subjected to physicochemical treatments in hydroponic crops. Crop protection. 27: 418-426.
  • Desneux N., O'Neil R.J. . Potential of an alternative prey to disrupt predation of the generalist predator, Orius insidiosus, on the pest aphid, Aphis glycines, via short-term indirect interactions. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 98(6): 631-639.
  • Kittas C., Katsoulas N., Bartzanas T., Mermier M., Boulard T. . The impact of insect screens and ventilation openings on the greenhouse microclimate. Transactions of the Asabe. 51: 1-15.
  • Lemesle V., Mailleret L. . A mechanistic investigation of the algae growth 'Droop' Model. Acta Biotheoretica. 56: 87-102.
  • Mailleret L., Gouzé J-L., Bernard O. . Global stabilization of a class of partially known nonnegative systems. Automatica. 44: 2128-2134.
  • Martel V., E. Wajnberg, G. Boivin. Patch time allocation in male parasitoidsEcological Entomology, 33, 608-613.
  • Muzy A., J.J. Nutaro, B.P. Zeigler, P. Coquillard. Modeling and simulation of fire spreading through the activity tracking paradigm. Ecological Modeling 219, 212-225.
  • Nundloll S., Mailleret L., Grognard F. . The effect of partial crop harvest on biological pest control. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics. 38: 2128-2134.
  • Pizzol J., Pintureau B. . Effect of the photoperiod experienced by parents on diapause induction in Trichogramma cacoeciae (Hymonoptera: Trichogrammatidae). Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata. 127: 72-77.
  • Roy J-C., Vidal C., Fargues J., Boulard T. . CFD based determination of temperature and humidity at leaf surface. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 61: 201-212.
  • Roy H.E., E. Wajnberg. From biological control to invasion: the ladybird Harmonia axyridis as a model species. BioControl, 53, 1-4.

2007

  • Boll R., Marchal C., Poncet C., Lapchin L. . Rapid visual estimates of thrips (Thysanoptera : Thripidae) densities on cucumber and rose crops. Journal of Economic Entomology, 100: 225-232.
  • Bournet P.E., Khaoua S.A.O., Boulard T., . Numerical prediction of the effect of vent arrangements on the ventilation and energy transfer in a multi-span glasshouse using a bi-band radiation model. Biosystems Engineering, 98: 224-234.
  • Bournet P.E., Khaoua S.A.O., Boulard T., Migeon C., Chasseriaux G. . Effect of roof and side opening combinations on the ventilation of a greenhouse using computer simulation. Transactions of the Asabe, 50:201-212.
  • Cardin L. . First report of Cucumber mosaic virus in Echium candicans in France. Plant Disease, 91: 1516-1516.
  • Cardin L., Moury B. . First report of Cucumber mosaic virus in Viola hederacea in France and Italy. Plant Disease, 91: 331-331.
  • Cardin L., Onesto J-P., Bornard I., Moury B. . First report of Tobacco rattle virus and Cucumber mosaic virus in Phlox paniculata in France. Plant Disease, 91: 322-322.
  • Castagnone-Sereno P., M. Bongiovanni, E. Wajnberg. Selection and parasite evolution: a reproductive fitness cost associated with virulence in the parthenogenetic nematode Meloidogyne incognita. Evolutionary Ecology, 21, 259-270.
  • Demrati H., Boulard T., Fatnassi H., Bekkaoui A., Majdoubi H., Elattir H., Bouirden L. . Microclimate and transpiration of a greenhouse banana crop. Biosystems Engineering, 98: 66-78.
  •  Goubault M., A.-M. Cortesero, D. Poinsot, E. Wajnberg, G. Boivin. Does host value influence female aggressiveness, contest outcome and fitness gain in parasitoids? Ethology, 113, 334-343.
  • Hamelin F., P. Bernhard, P. Nain, E. Wajnberg. Foraging under competition: evolutionarily stable patch-leaving strategies with random arrival times. 1. Scramble competition. In “Advances in Dynamic Games and Applications”, Jørgensen S., M. Quincampoix, T.L. Vincent (eds.). Vol 9 of Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games, Birkhäuser, 327-348. (Revue à comité de lecture publiée sous forme d’ouvrages périodiques).
  • Hamelin F., P. Bernhard, A.J. Shaiju, E. Wajnberg. Foraging under competition: evolutionarily stable patch-leaving strategies with random arrival times. 2. Interference competition. In “Advances in Dynamic Games and Applications”, Jørgensen S., M. Quincampoix, T.L. Vincent (eds.). Vol 9 of Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games, Birkhäuser, 349-365. (Revue à comité de lecture publiée sous forme d’ouvrages périodiques).
  • Hamelin F., P. Bernhard, A.J. Shaiju, E. Wajnberg. Diet selection as a differential foraging game. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 46, 1539-1561.
  • Hamelin F., P. Bernhard, E. Wajnberg. Superparasitism as a differential game. Theoretical Population Biology, 72, 366-378.
  • Lucchetta P., E. Desouhant, E. Wajnberg, C. Bernstein. Small but smart: the interaction between environmental cues and internal state modulates host-patch exploitation in a parasitic wasp. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61, 1409-1418.
  • Majdoubi H., Boulard T., Hanafi A., Bekkaoui A., Fatnassi H., Demrati H., Nya M., Bouirden L. . Natural ventilation performance of a large greenhouse equipped with insect screens. Transactions of the Asabe, 50: 641-650.
  • Namsi A., Montarone M., Serra P., Mahamoud O.B., Takrouni M.L., Zouba A., Khoualdia O., Bove J.M., Duran-Vila N., Manganese and brittle leaf disease of date palm trees. Journal of Plant Pathology, 89: 125-136.

2006

  • Bougoul S., Boulard T. . Water dynamics in two rockwool slab growing substrates of contrasting densities. Scientia Horticulturae, 107: 399-404.
  • Cardin L., Moury B. . First report of Alfalfa mosaic virus on Rhamnus alaternus in France. Plant Disease, 90: 1115-1115.
  • Fatnassi H., Boulard T., Poncet C., Chave M. . Optimisation of greenhouse insect screening with computational fluid dynamics. Biosystems Engineering, 93 (3): 301-312.
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