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Current issues in tropical phenology: a synthesis
Abernethy Katharine, Bush Emma R., Forget Pierre-Michel, Mendoza Irene, & Morellato Leonor Patricia C. (2018). Current issues in tropical phenology: a synthesis. Biotropica, 50(3), 477–482.
Forest disturbance and seasonal food availability influence a conditional seed dispersal mutualism
Aliyu, B., Thia, J. A., Moltchanova, E., Forget, P. - M., & Chapman, H. M. (2018). Forest disturbance and seasonal food availability influence a conditional seed dispersal mutualism. Biotropica, 50(5), 750–757.
Inter-annual variability of fruit timing and quantity at Nouragues (French Guiana): insights from hierarchical Bayesian analyses
Mendoza Irene, Condit Richard S., Wright S. Joseph, Caubère Adeline, Châtelet Patrick, Hardy Isabelle, et al. (2018). Inter-annual variability of fruit timing and quantity at Nouragues (French Guiana): insights from hierarchical Bayesian analyses. Biotropica, 50(3), 431–441.
Coexistence and Conflict between the Island Flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) and Humans on Tioman Island, Peninsular Malaysia
Aziz, S. A., Clements, G. R., Giam, X., Forget, P. - M., & Campos-Arceiz, A. (2017). Coexistence and Conflict between the Island Flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) and Humans on Tioman Island, Peninsular Malaysia. Human Ecology, 45(3), 377–389.
Elucidating the diet of the island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) in Peninsular Malaysia through Illumina Next-Generation Sequencing
Aziz, S. A., Clements, G. R., Peng, L. Y., Campos-Arceiz, A., McConkey, K. R., Forget, P. - M., et al. (2017). Elucidating the diet of the island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) in Peninsular Malaysia through Illumina Next-Generation Sequencing. PeerJ, 5. Retrieved October 24, 2018, from http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3176
Erratum to: Coexistence and Conflict between the Island Flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) and Humans on Tioman Island, Peninsular Malaysia
Aziz, S. A., Clements, G. R., Giam, X., Forget, P. - M., & Campos-Arceiz, A. (2017). Erratum to: Coexistence and Conflict between the Island Flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) and Humans on Tioman Island, Peninsular Malaysia. Human Ecology, 45(3), 391.
Forest cover, hunting pressure, and fruit availability influence seed dispersal in a forest-savanna mosaic in the Congo Basin
Trolliet, F., Forget, P. - M., Huynen, M. - C., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). Forest cover, hunting pressure, and fruit availability influence seed dispersal in a forest-savanna mosaic in the Congo Basin. Biotropica, 49(3). Retrieved October 24, 2018, from http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/btp.12417
Frugivorous birds influence the spatial organization of tropical forests through the generation of seedling recruitment foci under zoochoric trees
Trolliet, F., Forget, P. - M., Doucet, J. - L., Gillet, J. - F., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). Frugivorous birds influence the spatial organization of tropical forests through the generation of seedling recruitment foci under zoochoric trees. Acta Oecologica, 85(Supplement C), 69–76.
How can seed removal rates of zoochoric tree species be assessed quickly and accurately?
Hambuckers, J., Dauvrin, A., Trolliet, F., Evrard, Q., Forget, P. - M., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). How can seed removal rates of zoochoric tree species be assessed quickly and accurately? Forest Ecology and Management, 403, 152–160.
Pollination by the locally endangered island flying fox (_Pteropus hypomelanus_) enhances fruit production of the economically important durian (_Durio zibethinus_)
Aziz, S. A., Clements, G. R., McConkey, K. R., Sritongchuay, T., Pathil, S., Abu Yazid, M. N. H., et al. (2017). Pollination by the locally endangered island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) enhances fruit production of the economically important durian (Durio zibethinus). Ecol Evol, 7(21), 8670–8684.
Seed caching by rodents favours seedling establishment of two palm species in a lowland Atlantic forest remnant
Dracxler, C. M., & Forget, P. - M. (2017). Seed caching by rodents favours seedling establishment of two palm species in a lowland Atlantic forest remnant. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 33(3), 228–231.
Ecosystem services provided by a large endangered primate in a forest-savanna mosaic landscape
Trolliet, F., Serckx, A., Forget, P. - M., Beudels-Jamar, R. C., Huynen, M. - C., & Hambuckers, A. (2016). Ecosystem services provided by a large endangered primate in a forest-savanna mosaic landscape. Biological Conservation, 203, 55–66.
Does masting result in frugivore satiation? A test with Manilkara trees in French Guiana
Mendoza, I., Martin, G., Caubère, A., Châtelet, P., Hardy, I., Jouard, S., et al. (2015). Does masting result in frugivore satiation? A test with Manilkara trees in French Guiana. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 31(6), 553.
Rapid Assessment of Seed Removal and Frugivore Activity as a Tool for Monitoring the Health Status of Tropical Forests
Boissier, O., Bouiges, A., Mendoza, I., Feer, F., & Forget, P. - M. (2014). Rapid Assessment of Seed Removal and Frugivore Activity as a Tool for Monitoring the Health Status of Tropical Forests. Biotropica, 46(5), 633–641.
The Cafotrop Method: An Improved Rope-Climbing Method For Access And Movement In The Canopy To Study Biodiversity
Picart, L., Forget, P. M., D'Haese, C. A., Daugeron, C., Beni, S., Bounzel, R., et al. (2014). The Cafotrop Method: An Improved Rope-Climbing Method For Access And Movement In The Canopy To Study Biodiversity. Ecotropica, 20(1-2), 45–52.
The Interplay of Habitat and Seed Type on Scatterhoarding Behavior in a Fragmented Afromontane Forest Landscape
Aliyu, B., Adamu, H., Moltchanova, E., Forget, P. M., & Chapman, H. (2014). The Interplay of Habitat and Seed Type on Scatterhoarding Behavior in a Fragmented Afromontane Forest Landscape. Biotropica, 46(3), 264–267.
Adding spice to life: A special issue on the Myristicaceae
Queenborough, S. A., Forget, P. M., & Russo, S. (2013). Adding spice to life: A special issue on the Myristicaceae. Tropical Conservation Science, 6(5), 592–594.
The role of frugivores in determining seed removal and dispersal in the Neotropical nutmeg
Ratiarison, S., & Forget, P. - M. (2013). The role of frugivores in determining seed removal and dispersal in the Neotropical nutmeg. Tropical Conservation Science, 6(5), 690–704.
Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Human Disturbance on Seed Dispersal by Animals
Markl, J. S., Schleuning, M., Forget, P. M., Jordano, P., Lambert, J. E., Traveset, A., et al. (2012). Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Human Disturbance on Seed Dispersal by Animals. Conservation Biology, 26(6), 1072–1081.
Phylogenetic density dependence and environmental filtering predict seedling mortality in a tropical forest
Paine, C. E. T., Norden, N., Chave, J., Forget, P. - M., Fortunel, C., Dexter, K. G., et al. (2012). Phylogenetic density dependence and environmental filtering predict seedling mortality in a tropical forest. Ecology Letters, 15(1), 34–41.
Predatory Publishers and Plagiarism Prevention
Jansen, P. A., & Forget, P. - M. (2012). Predatory Publishers and Plagiarism Prevention. Science, 336(6087), 1380.
Evidence for Seed Dispersal by Rodents in Tropical Montane Forest in Africa
Nyiramana, A., Mendoza, I., Kaplin, B. A., & Forget, P. - M. (2011). Evidence for Seed Dispersal by Rodents in Tropical Montane Forest in Africa. Biotropica, 43(6), 654–657.
Frugivores and seed dispersal (1985-2010); the 'seeds' dispersed, established and matured
Forget, P. - M., Jordano, P., Lambert, J. E., Boehning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A., & Joseph Wright, S. (2011). Frugivores and seed dispersal (1985-2010); the 'seeds' dispersed, established and matured. Acta Oecologica-International Journal Of Ecology, 37(6), 517–520.
Frugivores and seed dispersal: mechanisms and consequences for biodiversity of a key ecological interaction
Jordano, P., Forget, P. - M., Lambert, J. E., Boehning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A., & Wright, S. J. (2011). Frugivores and seed dispersal: mechanisms and consequences for biodiversity of a key ecological interaction. Biology Letters, 7(3), 321–323.
Fruit availability, frugivore satiation and seed removal in 2 primate-dispersed tree species
Ratiarison, S., & Forget, P. - M. (2011). Fruit availability, frugivore satiation and seed removal in 2 primate-dispersed tree species. Integrative Zoology, 6(3), 178–194.
Primates in 21st Century Ecosystems: Does Primate Conservation Promote Ecosystem Conservation?
Norconk, M. A., Boinski, S., & Forget, P. - M. (2011). Primates in 21st Century Ecosystems: Does Primate Conservation Promote Ecosystem Conservation? American Journal Of Primatology, 73(1), 3–8.
Bushmeat Hunting Alters Recruitment of Large-seeded Plant Species in Central Africa
Vanthomme, H., Belle, B., & Forget, P. - M. (2010). Bushmeat Hunting Alters Recruitment of Large-seeded Plant Species in Central Africa. Biotropica, 42(6), 672–679.
The oil of Carapa (Carapa spp. Meliaceae) in West Africa: uses and implications in the conservation of natural tree stands
Weber, N., Birnbaum, P., Forget, P. - M., Gueye, M., & Kenfack, D. (2010). The oil of Carapa (Carapa spp. Meliaceae) in West Africa: uses and implications in the conservation of natural tree stands. Fruits, 65(6), 343–354.
2008 ATBC Honorary Fellows Louise H. Emmons, Ph. D
Forget, P. - M. (2009). 2008 ATBC Honorary Fellows Louise H. Emmons, Ph. D. Biotropica, 41(1), 137.
A new species of Carapa (Meliaceae) from Central Guyana
Forget, P. - M., Poncy, O., Thomas, R. S., Hammond, D. S., & Kenfack, D. (2009). A new species of Carapa (Meliaceae) from Central Guyana. Brittonia, 61(4), 366–374.
Interspecific variation in seedling responses to seed limitation and habitat conditions for 14 Neotropical woody species
Norden, N., Chave, J., Belbenoit, P., Caubere, A., Chatelet, P., Forget, P. - M., et al. (2009). Interspecific variation in seedling responses to seed limitation and habitat conditions for 14 Neotropical woody species. Journal Of Ecology, 97(1), 186–197.
Rapid assessment of dispersal failure and seedling recruitment of large-seeded non-timber forest products trees in a tropical rainforest
Lermyte, C., & Forget, P. - M. (2009). Rapid assessment of dispersal failure and seedling recruitment of large-seeded non-timber forest products trees in a tropical rainforest. Tropical Conservation Science, 2(4), 404–424.
Above-ground biomass and productivity in a rain forest of eastern South America
Chave, J., Olivier, J., Bongers, F., Chatelet, P., Forget, P. - M., van der Meer, P., et al. (2008). Above-ground biomass and productivity in a rain forest of eastern South America. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 24, 355–366.
Survival and scatterhoarding of frugivores-dispersed seeds as a function of forest disturbance
Forget, P. - M., & Cuiljpers, L. (2008). Survival and scatterhoarding of frugivores-dispersed seeds as a function of forest disturbance. Biotropica, 40(3), 380–385.
Causes and consequences of a tropical forest gold rush in the Guiana Shield, South America
Hammond, D. S., Gond, V., de Thoisy, B., Forget, P. - M., & DeDijn, B. P. E. (2007). Causes and consequences of a tropical forest gold rush in the Guiana Shield, South America. Ambio, 36(8), 661–670.
Hunting increases dispersal limitation in the tree Carapa procera, a nontimber forest product
Forget, P. - M., & Jansen, P. A. (2007). Hunting increases dispersal limitation in the tree Carapa procera, a nontimber forest product. Conservation Biology, 21(1), 106–113.
Is temporal variation of seedling communities determined by environment or by seed arrival? A test in a neotropical forest
Norden, N., Chave, J., Caubere, A., Chatelet, P., Ferroni, N., Forget, P. - M., et al. (2007). Is temporal variation of seedling communities determined by environment or by seed arrival? A test in a neotropical forest. Journal Of Ecology, 95(3), 507–516.
Mast Fruiting Is a Frequent Strategy in Woody Species of Eastern South America
Norden, N., Chave, J., Belbenoit, P., Caubere, A., Chatelet, P., Forget, P. - M., et al. (2007). Mast Fruiting Is a Frequent Strategy in Woody Species of Eastern South America. Plos One, 2(10).
Seed size, seedling morphology, and response to deep shade and damage in neotropical rain forest trees
Baraloto, C., & Forget, P. - M. (2007). Seed size, seedling morphology, and response to deep shade and damage in neotropical rain forest trees. American Journal Of Botany, 94(6), 901–911.
Edge effects on post-dispersal seed removal in a fragmented rain forest in French Guiana
Chauvet, S., & Forget, P. M. (2005). Edge effects on post-dispersal seed removal in a fragmented rain forest in French Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 21, 113–116.
Frugivores and seed removal at Tetragastris altissima (Burseraceae) in a fragmented forested landscape of French Guiana
Ratiarison, S., & Forget, P. M. (2005). Frugivores and seed removal at Tetragastris altissima (Burseraceae) in a fragmented forested landscape of French Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 21, 501–508.
How to elucidate seed fate? a review of methods used to study seed removal and secondary seed dispersal
Forget, P. - M., & Wenny, D. (2005). How to elucidate seed fate? a review of methods used to study seed removal and secondary seed dispersal.
Seed mass, seedling size and neotropical tree seedling establishment
Baraloto, C., Forget, P. M., & Goldberg, D. E. (2005). Seed mass, seedling size and neotropical tree seedling establishment. Journal Of Ecology, 93(6), 1156–1166.
Seed fate of two Sapotaceae species in a Guianan rain forest in the context of escape and satiation hypotheses
Chauvet, S., Feer, F., & Forget, P. M. (2004). Seed fate of two Sapotaceae species in a Guianan rain forest in the context of escape and satiation hypotheses. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 20, 1–9.
Fruit richness and seasonality in a fragmented landscape of French Guiana
Larue, M., Ringuet, S., Sabatier, D., & Forget, P. M. (2002). Fruit richness and seasonality in a fragmented landscape of French Guiana. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, , 39–57.
In memoriam - Jean-Francois Villiers (29 March 1943 22 March 2001)
Forget, P. M., & Pons, J. M. (2002). In memoriam – Jean-Francois Villiers (29 March 1943 22 March 2001). Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, , 5–6.
Outlook for research and future of the Saint-Eugene site
Forget, P. M., & Pons, J. M. (2002). Outlook for research and future of the Saint-Eugene site. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, , 195–199.
Scientific exploration and gold prospecting - The Saint-Eugene paradox, French Guiana
Forget, P. M. (2002). Scientific exploration and gold prospecting – The Saint-Eugene paradox, French Guiana. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, , 13–20.
Seasonality of fruiting and food hoarding by rodents in Neotropical forests: consequences for seed dispersal and seedling recruitment
Forget, P. - M., Hammond, D. S., Milleron, T., & Thomas, R. (2002). Seasonality of fruiting and food hoarding by rodents in Neotropical forests: consequences for seed dispersal and seedling recruitment.
Spatio-temporal, variations in post-dispersal seed fate
Feer, F., & Forget, P. M. (2002). Spatio-temporal, variations in post-dispersal seed fate. Biotropica, 34(4), 555–566.
[How does the study of forest islands help to better understand the functioning of the tropical forest?]
Leigh, E. G., Jr, Cosson, J. - F., Pons, J. - M., & Forget, P. - M. (2002). [How does the study of forest islands help to better understand the functioning of the tropical forest?]. Revue d'Ecologie la Terre et la Vie Supplement, 8, 181–194.
[Research aspects and future of Saint-Eugene station.]
Forget, P. - M., & Pons, J. - M. (2002). [Research aspects and future of Saint-Eugene station.]. Revue d'Ecologie la Terre et la Vie Supplement, 8, 195–199.
[Scientific and auriferous explorations: the paradox of Saint-Eugene, French Guiana.]
Forget, P. - M. (2002). [Scientific and auriferous explorations: the paradox of Saint-Eugene, French Guiana.]. Revue d'Ecologie la Terre et la Vie Supplement, 8, 13–20.
Frugivory and seed dispersal by terrestrial mammals
Feer, F., Henry, O., Forget, P. - M., & Gayot, M. (2001). Frugivory and seed dispersal by terrestrial mammals. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, 227–232.
Nouragues. Dynamics and plant-animal interactions in a Neotropical rainforest
Bongers, F., Charles-Dominique, P., Forget, P. - M., & Thery, M. (2001). Nouragues. Dynamics and plant-animal interactions in a Neotropical rainforest. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, i-xviii, 1–421.
Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species
Forget, P., Feer, F., Chauvet, S., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Bayart, F., et al. (2001). Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, 265–274.
Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species
Forget, P. M., Feer, F., Chauvet, S., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Bayart, F., et al. (2001). Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species. Nouragues, 80, 265–274.
Recruitment, a multi-stage process with unpredictable result: the case of a Sapotaceasae in French Guianan forest
Feer, F., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Forget, P. M., Bayart, F., & Chauvet, S. (2001). Recruitment, a multi-stage process with unpredictable result: the case of a Sapotaceasae in French Guianan forest. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 56(2), 119–145.
Scatter-hoarding rodents and marsupials: convergent evolution on diverging continents
Forget, P. M., & VanderWall, S. B. (2001). Scatter-hoarding rodents and marsupials: convergent evolution on diverging continents. Trends In Ecology & Evolution, 16(2), 65–67.
Scatterhoarding rodents and tree regeneration
Jansen, P. A., & Forget, P. - M. (2001). Scatterhoarding rodents and tree regeneration. In Monographiae Biologicae (Vol. 80, pp. 275–288).
Scatterhoarding rodents and tree regeneration
Jansen, P. A., & Forget, P. M. (2001). Scatterhoarding rodents and tree regeneration. Nouragues, 80, 275–288.
The effects of forest type, harvesting and stand refinement on early seedling recruitment in a tropical rain forest
Forget, P. M., Rankin-De Merona, J. M., & Julliot, C. (2001). The effects of forest type, harvesting and stand refinement on early seedling recruitment in a tropical rain forest. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 17, 593–609.
Effects of dispersal pattern and mammalian herbivores on seedling recruitment for Virola michelii (Myristicaceae) in French Guiana
Forget, P. M., Milleron, T., Feer, F., Henry, O., & Dubost, G. (2000). Effects of dispersal pattern and mammalian herbivores on seedling recruitment for Virola michelii (Myristicaceae) in French Guiana. Biotropica, 32(3), 452–462.
Pre- and post-dispersal seed predation in Tachigali versicolor (Caesalpiniaceae): effects of timing of fruiting and variation among trees
Forget, P. M., Kitajima, K., & Foster, R. B. (1999). Pre- and post-dispersal seed predation in Tachigali versicolor (Caesalpiniaceae): effects of timing of fruiting and variation among trees. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 15, 61–81.
Spatial patterns of two rodent-dispersed rain forest trees Carapa procera (Meliaceae) and Vouacapoua americana (Caesalpiniaceae) at Paracou, French Guiana
Forget, P. M., Mercier, F., & Collinet, F. (1999). Spatial patterns of two rodent-dispersed rain forest trees Carapa procera (Meliaceae) and Vouacapoua americana (Caesalpiniaceae) at Paracou, French Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 15, 301–313.
Dynamics of the seedling shadow of a frugivore-dispersed tree species in French Guiana
Forget, P. M., & Sabatier, D. (1997). Dynamics of the seedling shadow of a frugivore-dispersed tree species in French Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 13, 767–773.
Dynamics of the seedling shadow of a frugivore-dispersed tree species in French Guiana (vol 13, pg 767, 1997)
Forget, P. M., & Sabatier, D. (1997). Dynamics of the seedling shadow of a frugivore-dispersed tree species in French Guiana (vol 13, pg 767, 1997). Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 14, 46.
Effect of microhabitat on seed fate and seedling performance in two rodent-dispersed tree species in rain forest in French Guiana
Forget, P. M. (1997). Effect of microhabitat on seed fate and seedling performance in two rodent-dispersed tree species in rain forest in French Guiana. Journal Of Ecology, 85(5), 693–703.
Ten-year seedling dynamics in Vouacapoua americana in French Guiana: A hypothesis
Forget, P. M. (1997). Ten-year seedling dynamics in Vouacapoua americana in French Guiana: A hypothesis. Biotropica, 29(1), 124–126.
Removal of seeds of Carapa procera (Meliaceae) by rodents and their fate in rainforest in French Guiana
Forget, P. M. (1996). Removal of seeds of Carapa procera (Meliaceae) by rodents and their fate in rainforest in French Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 12, 751–761.
A Stay Of Execution For Tropical Forests
Forget, P. (1994). A Stay Of Execution For Tropical Forests. Recherche, 25(270), 1154–1162.
Predation By Rodents And Bruchid Beetles On Seeds Of Scheelea Palms On Barro-Colorado Island, Panama
Forget, P., Munoz, E., & Leigh, E. (1994). Predation By Rodents And Bruchid Beetles On Seeds Of Scheelea Palms On Barro-Colorado Island, Panama. Biotropica, 26(4), 420–426.
Recruitment Pattern Of Vouacapoua-Americana (Caesalpiniaceae), A Rodent-Dispersed Tree Species In French-Guiana
Forget, P. (1994). Recruitment Pattern Of Vouacapoua-Americana (Caesalpiniaceae), A Rodent-Dispersed Tree Species In French-Guiana. Biotropica, 26(4), 408–419.
Postdispersal Predation And Scatterhoarding Of Dipteryx-Panamensis (Papilionaceae) Seeds By Rodents In Panama
Forget, P. (1993). Postdispersal Predation And Scatterhoarding Of Dipteryx-Panamensis (Papilionaceae) Seeds By Rodents In Panama. Oecologia, 94(2), 255–261.
Regeneration Ecology Of Eperua-Grandiflora (Caesalpiniaceae), A Large-Seeded Tree In French-Guiana
Forget, P. (1992). Regeneration Ecology Of Eperua-Grandiflora (Caesalpiniaceae), A Large-Seeded Tree In French-Guiana. Biotropica, 24(2), 146–156.
Seed Removal And Seed Fate In Gustavia-Superba (Lecythidaceae)
Forget, P. (1992). Seed Removal And Seed Fate In Gustavia-Superba (Lecythidaceae). Biotropica, 24(3), 408–414.
Comparative Recruitment Patterns Of 2 Non-Pioneer Canopy Tree Species In French-Guiana
Forget, P. (1991). Comparative Recruitment Patterns Of 2 Non-Pioneer Canopy Tree Species In French-Guiana. Oecologia, 85(3), 434–439.
Evidence For Secondary Seed Dispersal By Rodents In Panama
Forget, P., & Milleron, T. (1991). Evidence For Secondary Seed Dispersal By Rodents In Panama. Oecologia, 87(4), 596–599.
Seed-Dispersal Of Vouacapoua-Americana (Caesalpiniaceae) By Caviomorph Rodents In French-Guiana
Forget, P. (1990). Seed-Dispersal Of Vouacapoua-Americana (Caesalpiniaceae) By Caviomorph Rodents In French-Guiana. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 6, 459–468.
Dissemination And Regeneration Of Some Trees In The Tropical Guyana Forest
Puig, H., Forget, P., & Sist, P. (1989). Dissemination And Regeneration Of Some Trees In The Tropical Guyana Forest. Bulletin De La Societe Botanique De France-Actualites Botaniques, 136(3-4), 119–131.
Natural Regeneration Of An Autochorus Species Of The Guianese Forest, Eperua-Falcata Aublet (Caesalpiniaceae)
Forget, P. (1989). Natural Regeneration Of An Autochorus Species Of The Guianese Forest, Eperua-Falcata Aublet (Caesalpiniaceae). Biotropica, 21(2), 115–125.
Microcomputer-Aided Identification - An Application To Trees From French-Guiana
Forget, P., Lebbe, J., Puig, H., Vignes, R., & Hideux, M. (1986). Microcomputer-Aided Identification – An Application To Trees From French-Guiana. Botanical Journal Of The Linnean Society, 93(2), 205–223.

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Canine atopic dermatitis diagnostic criteria: evaluation of four sets of published criteria among veterinary students
Le Roy, L., Le Poder, S., Desquilbet, L., Perrot, S., Cavana, P., & Marignac, G. (2015). Canine atopic dermatitis diagnostic criteria: evaluation of four sets of published criteria among veterinary students. J Vet Med Educ, 42(1), 79–84.
Comparative evaluation of the prophylactic activity of a slow-release insecticide collar and a moxidectin spot-on formulation against Thelazia callipaeda infection in naturally exposed dogs in France
Lechat, C., Simeon, N., Pennant, O., Desquilbet, L., Chahory, S., Le Sueur, C., et al. (2015). Comparative evaluation of the prophylactic activity of a slow-release insecticide collar and a moxidectin spot-on formulation against Thelazia callipaeda infection in naturally exposed dogs in France. Parasit Vectors, 8, 93.
Ultrasonographical, endoscopic and histological appearance of the caecum in clinically healthy cats
Hahn, H., Freiche, V., Baril, A., Charpentier, J., Desquilbet, L., Le Poder, S., et al. (2015). Ultrasonographical, endoscopic and histological appearance of the caecum in clinically healthy cats. J Feline Med Surg, .
3D measurement of the displacement of the forelimb hoof during stance in three horses circling at the canter on a competition surface
Crevier-Denoix, N., Camus, M., Falala, S., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Pauchard, M., Martino, J., et al. (2014). 3D measurement of the displacement of the forelimb hoof during stance in three horses circling at the canter on a competition surface. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, 17 Suppl 1, 142–3.
3D Measurement of the displacement of the forelimb hoof during stance in three horses circling at the canter on a competition surface
Crevier-Denoix, N., Camus, M., Falala, S., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Pauchard, M., Martino, J., et al. (2014). 3D Measurement of the displacement of the forelimb hoof during stance in three horses circling at the canter on a competition surface. Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin, 17 Suppl 1, 142–143.
Association between passive smoking and atopic dermatitis in dogs
Ka, D., Marignac, G., Desquilbet, L., Freyburger, L., Hubert, B., Garelik, D., et al. (2014). Association between passive smoking and atopic dermatitis in dogs. Food And Chemical Toxicology, 66, 329–333.
Association between passive smoking and atopic dermatitis in dogs
Ka, D., Marignac, G., Desquilbet, L., Freyburger, L., Hubert, B., Garelik, D., et al. (2014). Association between passive smoking and atopic dermatitis in dogs. Food Chem Toxicol, 66, 329–333.
Effects of speed on the vertical amplitude of the stride in trotters - comparison between fore- and hindlimbs, and influence of the track surface
Pauchard, M., Chateau, H., Camus, M., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Falala, S., Martino, J., et al. (2014). Effects of speed on the vertical amplitude of the stride in trotters – comparison between fore- and hindlimbs, and influence of the track surface. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, 17 Suppl 1, 144–5.
Effects of speed on the vertical amplitude of the stride in trotters--comparison between fore- and hindlimbs, and influence of the track surface
Pauchard, M., Chateau, H., Camus, M., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Falala, S., Martino, J., et al. (2014). Effects of speed on the vertical amplitude of the stride in trotters--comparison between fore- and hindlimbs, and influence of the track surface. Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin, 17 Suppl 1, 144–145.
Predictive markers of clinical outcome in the GRMD dog model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Barthelemy, I., Pinto-Mariz, F., Yada, E., Desquilbet, L., Savino, W., Silva-Barbosa, S. D., et al. (2014). Predictive markers of clinical outcome in the GRMD dog model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Dis Model Mech, 7(11), 1253–1261.
Radiography and biomechanics of sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae segments after disc fenestration and after insertion of an intervertebral body spacer
Moissonnier, P., Desquilbet, L., Fitzpatrick, D., & Bernard, F. (2014). Radiography and biomechanics of sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae segments after disc fenestration and after insertion of an intervertebral body spacer. Veterinary And Comparative Orthopaedics And Traumatology, 27(1), 54–61.
Radiography and biomechanics of sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae segments after disc fenestration and after insertion of an intervertebral body spacer. A canine cadaveric study
Moissonnier, P., Desquilbet, L., Fitzpatrick, D., & Bernard, F. (2014). Radiography and biomechanics of sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae segments after disc fenestration and after insertion of an intervertebral body spacer. A canine cadaveric study. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol, 27(1), 54–61.
Comparative kinematic analysis of the leading and trailing forelimbs of horses cantering on a turf and a synthetic surface
Crevier-Denoix, N., Falala, S., Holden-Douilly, L., Camus, M., Martino, J., Ravary-Plumioen, B., et al. (2013). Comparative kinematic analysis of the leading and trailing forelimbs of horses cantering on a turf and a synthetic surface. Equine Veterinary Journal, 45, 54–61.
Comparison of superficial digital flexor tendon loading on asphalt and sand in horses at the walk and trot
Crevier-Denoix, N., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Vergari, C., Camus, M., Holden-Douilly, L., Falala, S., et al. (2013). Comparison of superficial digital flexor tendon loading on asphalt and sand in horses at the walk and trot. Veterinary journal (London, 198 Suppl 1, e130–6.
Comparison of superficial digital flexor tendon loading on asphalt and sand in horses at the walk and trot
Crevier-Denoix, N., Ravary-Plumioen, B., Vergari, C., Camus, M., Holden-Douilly, L., Falala, S., et al. (2013). Comparison of superficial digital flexor tendon loading on asphalt and sand in horses at the walk and trot. Vet J, 198 Suppl 1, e130–6.
Discrimination of two equine racing surfaces based on forelimb dynamic and hoof kinematic variables at the canter
Crevier-Denoix, N., Pourcelot, P., Holden-Douilly, L., Camus, M., Falala, S., Ravary-Plumioen, B., et al. (2013). Discrimination of two equine racing surfaces based on forelimb dynamic and hoof kinematic variables at the canter. Veterinary journal (London, 198 Suppl 1, e124–9.
Discrimination of two equine racing surfaces based on forelimb dynamic and hoof kinematic variables at the canter
Crevier-Denoix, N., Pourcelot, P., Holden-Douilly, L., Camus, M., Falala, S., Ravary-Plumioen, B., et al. (2013). Discrimination of two equine racing surfaces based on forelimb dynamic and hoof kinematic variables at the canter. Vet J, 198 Suppl 1, e124–9.
Equine hoof slip distance during trot at training speed: Comparison between kinematic and accelerometric measurement techniques
Holden-Douilly, L., Pourcelot, P., Desquilbet, L., Falala, S., Crevier-Denoix, N., & Chateau, H. (2013). Equine hoof slip distance during trot at training speed: Comparison between kinematic and accelerometric measurement techniques. Veterinary Journal, 197(2), 198–204.
Equine hoof slip distance during trot at training speed: comparison between kinematic and accelerometric measurement techniques
Holden-Douilly, L., Pourcelot, P., Desquilbet, L., Falala, S., Crevier-Denoix, N., & Chateau, H. (2013). Equine hoof slip distance during trot at training speed: comparison between kinematic and accelerometric measurement techniques. Vet J, 197(2), 198–204.
A restricted cubic spline approach to assess the association between high fat fish intake and red blood cell EPA + DHA content
Sirot, V., Dumas, C., Desquilbet, L., Mariotti, F., Legrand, P., Catheline, D., et al. (2012). A restricted cubic spline approach to assess the association between high fat fish intake and red blood cell EPA + DHA content. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis, 22(4), 318–326.
A restricted cubic spline approach to assess the association between high fat fish intake and red blood cell EPA plus DHA content
Sirot, V., Dumas, C., Desquilbet, L., Mariotti, F., Legrand, P., Catheline, D., et al. (2012). A restricted cubic spline approach to assess the association between high fat fish intake and red blood cell EPA plus DHA content. Nutrition Metabolism And Cardiovascular Diseases, 22(4), 318–326.
Ageing alters spider orb-web construction
Anotaux, M., Marchal, J., Chaline, N., Desquilbet, L., Leborgne, R., Gilbert, C., et al. (2012). Ageing alters spider orb-web construction. Animal Behaviour, 84(5), 1113–1121.
Effect of endocervical inflammation on days to conception in dairy cows
Deguillaume, L., Geffre, A., Desquilbet, L., Dizien, A., Thoumire, S., Vorniere, C., et al. (2012). Effect of endocervical inflammation on days to conception in dairy cows. Journal Of Dairy Science, 95(4), 1776–1783.
Effect of endocervical inflammation on days to conception in dairy cows
Deguillaume, L., Geffre, A., Desquilbet, L., Dizien, A., Thoumire, S., Vorniere, C., et al. (2012). Effect of endocervical inflammation on days to conception in dairy cows. J Dairy Sci, 95(4), 1776–1783.
Effects of ground surface on the equine superficial digital flexor tendon loading at the walk and trot
Ravary-Plumioen, B., Pourcelot, P., Vergari, C., Desquilbet, L., & Crevier-Denoix, N. (2012). Effects of ground surface on the equine superficial digital flexor tendon loading at the walk and trot. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, 15 Suppl 1, 143–4.
Effects of ground surface on the equine superficial digital flexor tendon loading at the walk and trot
Ravary-Plumioen, B., Pourcelot, P., Vergari, C., Desquilbet, L., & Crevier-Denoix, N. (2012). Effects of ground surface on the equine superficial digital flexor tendon loading at the walk and trot. Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin, 15 Suppl 1, 143–144.
Malassezia yeasts in cats: From normal cutaneous carriage to pathogenic overgrowth
Crosaz, O., Legras, A., Hubert, B., Desquilbet, L., Chermette, R., & Guillot, J. (2012). Malassezia yeasts in cats: From normal cutaneous carriage to pathogenic overgrowth. Mycoses, 55, 91–92.
Quantification of the aggressiveness of a foliar pathogen, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, responsible for water yam (Dioscorea alata) anthracnose
Frezal, L., Desquilbet, L., Jacqua, G., & Neema, C. (2012). Quantification of the aggressiveness of a foliar pathogen, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, responsible for water yam (Dioscorea alata) anthracnose. European Journal Of Plant Pathology, 134(2), 267–279.
Quantification of the aggressiveness of a foliar pathogen, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, responsible for water yam (Dioscorea alata) anthracnose
Frézal, L., Desquilbet, L., Jacqua, G., & Neema, C. (2012). Quantification of the aggressiveness of a foliar pathogen, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, responsible for water yam (Dioscorea alata) anthracnose. Eur J Plant Pathol, 134(2), 267–279.
Salmonella contamination of laying-hen flocks in two regions of Algeria
Bouzidi, N., Aoun, L., Zeghdoudi, M., Bensouilah, M., Elgroud, R., Oucief, I., et al. (2012). Salmonella contamination of laying-hen flocks in two regions of Algeria. Food Research International, 45(2), 897–904.
A Frailty-Related Phenotype Before HAART Initiation as an Independent Risk Factor for AIDS or Death After HAART Among HIV-Infected Men
Desquilbet, L., Jacobson, L. P., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, M., et al. (2011). A Frailty-Related Phenotype Before HAART Initiation as an Independent Risk Factor for AIDS or Death After HAART Among HIV-Infected Men. Journals Of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences And Medical Sciences, 66(9), 1030–+.
A frailty-related phenotype before HAART initiation as an independent risk factor for AIDS or death after HAART among HIV-infected men
Desquilbet, L., Jacobson, L. P., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, M., et al. (2011). A frailty-related phenotype before HAART initiation as an independent risk factor for AIDS or death after HAART among HIV-infected men. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 66(9), 1030–1038.
Follicular growth monitoring in the female cat during estrus
Malandain, E., Rault, D., Froment, E., Baudon, S., Desquilbet, L., Begon, D., et al. (2011). Follicular growth monitoring in the female cat during estrus. Theriogenology, 76(7), 1337–1346.
Follicular growth monitoring in the female cat during estrus
Malandain, E., Rault, D., Froment, E., Baudon, S., Desquilbet, L., Begon, D., et al. (2011). Follicular growth monitoring in the female cat during estrus. Theriogenology, 76(7), 1337–1346.
Disruption of the Bcchs3a Chitin Synthase Gene in Botrytis cinerea Is Responsible for Altered Adhesion and Overstimulation of Host Plant Immunity
Arbelet, D., Malfatti, P., Simond-Cote, E., Fontaine, T., Desquilbet, L., Expert, D., et al. (2010). Disruption of the Bcchs3a Chitin Synthase Gene in Botrytis cinerea Is Responsible for Altered Adhesion and Overstimulation of Host Plant Immunity. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 23(10), 1324–1334.
Disruption of the Bcchs3a chitin synthase gene in Botrytis cinerea is responsible for altered adhesion and overstimulation of host plant immunity
Arbelet, D., Malfatti, P., Simond-Cote, E., Fontaine, T., Desquilbet, L., Expert, D., et al. (2010). Disruption of the Bcchs3a chitin synthase gene in Botrytis cinerea is responsible for altered adhesion and overstimulation of host plant immunity. Mol Plant Microbe Interact, 23(10), 1324–1334.
Dose-response analyses using restricted cubic spline functions in public health research
Desquilbet, L., & Mariotti, F. (2010). Dose-response analyses using restricted cubic spline functions in public health research. Stat Med, 29(9), 1037–1057.
Dose-response analyses using restricted cubic spline functions in public health research
Desquilbet, L., & Mariotti, F. (2010). Dose-response analyses using restricted cubic spline functions in public health research. Statistics In Medicine, 29(9), 1037–1057.
Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters
Crevier-Denoix, N., Robin, D., Pourcelot, P., Falala, S., Holden, L., Estoup, P., et al. (2010). Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters. Equine Veterinary Journal, 42, 544–551.
Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters
Crevier-Denoix, N., Robin, D., Pourcelot, P., Falala, S., Holden, L., Estoup, P., et al. (2010). Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters. Equine veterinary journal, (38), 544–51.
Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters
Crevier-Denoix, N., Robin, D., Pourcelot, P., Falala, S., Holden, L., Estoup, P., et al. (2010). Ground reaction force and kinematic analysis of limb loading on two different beach sand tracks in harness trotters. Equine Vet J Suppl, (38), 544–551.
Post-partum cervicitis in dairy cows: incidence and impact on fertility
Deguillaume, L., Geffre, A., Desquilbet, L., Fournier, R., & Chastant-Maillard, S. (2010). Post-partum cervicitis in dairy cows: incidence and impact on fertility. Reproduction In Domestic Animals, 45, 84.
Relationship Between a Frailty-Related Phenotype and Progressive Deterioration of the Immune System in HIV-Infected Men
Desquilbet, L., Margolick, J. B., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, W., et al. (2009). Relationship Between a Frailty-Related Phenotype and Progressive Deterioration of the Immune System in HIV-Infected Men. Jaids-Journal Of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 50(3), 299–306.
Relationship between a frailty-related phenotype and progressive deterioration of the immune system in HIV-infected men
Desquilbet, L., Margolick, J. B., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, M., et al. (2009). Relationship between a frailty-related phenotype and progressive deterioration of the immune system in HIV-infected men. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 50(3), 299–306.
Rapid CD4(+) Cell Decrease After Transient cART Initiated During Primary HIV Infection (ANRS PRIMO and SEROCO Cohorts)
Seng, R., Goujard, C., Desquilbet, L., Sinet, M., Rouzioux, C., Deveau, C., et al. (2008). Rapid CD4(+) Cell Decrease After Transient cART Initiated During Primary HIV Infection (ANRS PRIMO and SEROCO Cohorts). Jaids-Journal Of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 49(3), 251–258.
Rapid CD4+ cell decrease after transient cART initiated during primary HIV infection (ANRS PRIMO and SEROCO cohorts)
Seng, R., Goujard, C., Desquilbet, L., Sinet, M., Rouzioux, C., Deveau, C., et al. (2008). Rapid CD4+ cell decrease after transient cART initiated during primary HIV infection (ANRS PRIMO and SEROCO cohorts). J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 49(3), 251–258.
HIV-1 infection is associated with an earlier occurrence of a phenotype related to frailty
Desquilbet, L., Jacobson, L. P., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, M., et al. (2007). HIV-1 infection is associated with an earlier occurrence of a phenotype related to frailty. Journals Of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences And Medical Sciences, 62(11), 1279–1286.
HIV-1 infection is associated with an earlier occurrence of a phenotype related to frailty
Desquilbet, L., Jacobson, L. P., Fried, L. P., Phair, J. P., Jamieson, B. D., Holloway, M., et al. (2007). HIV-1 infection is associated with an earlier occurrence of a phenotype related to frailty. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 62(11), 1279–1286.
Response to HAART in French patients with resistant HIV-1 treated at primary infection: ANRS Resistance Network
Chaix, M. - L., Desquilbet, L., Descamps, D., Costagliola, D., Deveau, C., Galimand, J., et al. (2007). Response to HAART in French patients with resistant HIV-1 treated at primary infection: ANRS Resistance Network. Antiviral Therapy, 12(8), 1305–1310.
Response to HAART in French patients with resistant HIV-1 treated at primary infection: ANRS Resistance Network
Chaix, M. - L., Desquilbet, L., Descamps, D., Costagliola, D., Deveau, C., Galimand, J., et al. (2007). Response to HAART in French patients with resistant HIV-1 treated at primary infection: ANRS Resistance Network. Antivir Ther, 12(8), 1305–1310.

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Are Collembola "flying" onto green roofs?
Joimel, S., Grard, B., Auclerc, A., Hedde, M., Le Doaré, N., Salmon, S., et al. (2018). Are Collembola “flying” onto green roofs? Ecological Engineering, 111, 117–124.
Humusica 1, article 5: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Keys of classification of humus systems and forms
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Jabiol, B., Sartori, G., Kolb, E., Le Bayon, R. C., et al. (2018). Humusica 1, article 5: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Keys of classification of humus systems and forms. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 75–86.
Changes in humus forms, soil invertebrate communities and soil functioning with forest dynamics
Salmon, S. (2017). Changes in humus forms, soil invertebrate communities and soil functioning with forest dynamics. Applied Soil Ecology, .
Shifts and linkages of functional diversity between above- and below-ground compartments along a flooding gradient
Abgrall, C., Chauvat, M., Langlois, E., Hedde, M., Mouillot, D., Salmon, S., et al. (2017). Shifts and linkages of functional diversity between above- and below-ground compartments along a flooding gradient. Funct Ecol, 31(2), 350–360.
The 'terril' effect: coal mine spoil tips select for collembolan functional traits in post-mining landscapes of northern France
Vanhee, B., Salmon, S., Devigne, C., Leprêtre, A., Deharveng, L., & Ponge, J. F. (2017). The 'terril' effect: coal mine spoil tips select for collembolan functional traits in post-mining landscapes of northern France. Appl. Soil Ecol., 121, 90–101.
Collembolan preferences for soil and microclimate in forest and pasture communities
Heiniger, C., Barot, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Meriguet, J., Carmignac, D., et al. (2015). Collembolan preferences for soil and microclimate in forest and pasture communities. Soil Biol. Biochem., 86, 181–192.
Responses of functional and taxonomic collembolan community structure to site management in Mediterranean urban and suburban areas.
Santorufo, L., Cortet, J., Nahmani, J., Pernin, C., & Salmon S., P., A., More, J-L, Maisto, G. (2015). Responses of functional and taxonomic collembolan community structure to site management in Mediterranean urban and suburban areas. Eur J Soil Biol, 70, 46–57.
Soil macrofaunal communities are heterogeneous in heathlands with different grazing intensity
Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Benoist, A., & Geoffroy, J. J. (2015). Soil macrofaunal communities are heterogeneous in heathlands with different grazing intensity. Pedosphere, 25(4), 524–533.
A new method to measure allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) concentrations in mustard-Comparison of AITC and commercial mustard solutions as earthworm extractants
Pélosi, C., Chiron, F., Dubs, F., Hedde, M., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., et al. (2014). A new method to measure allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) concentrations in mustard-Comparison of AITC and commercial mustard solutions as earthworm extractants. Appl. Soil Ecol., 80, 1–5.
A thesaurus for soil invertebrate trait-based approaches
Pey, B., Laporte, M. A., Nahmani, J., Auclerc, A., Capowiez, Y., Caro, G., et al. (2014). A thesaurus for soil invertebrate trait-based approaches. Plos One, 9(10), e108985.
Current use of and future needs for soil invertebrate functional traits in community ecology
Pey, B., Nahmani, J., Auclerc, A., Capowiez, Y., Cluzeau, D., Cortet, J., et al. (2014). Current use of and future needs for soil invertebrate functional traits in community ecology. Basic Appl. Ecol., 15(3), 194–206.
Effect of habitat spatiotemporal structure on collembolan diversity
Heiniger, C., Barot, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Botton-Divet, L., Carmignac, D., et al. (2014). Effect of habitat spatiotemporal structure on collembolan diversity. Pedobiologia, 57(2), 103–117.
Linking species, traits and habitat characteristics of Collembola at European scale
Salmon, S., Ponge, J. F., Gachet, S., Deharveng, L., Lefebvre, N., & Delabrosse, F. (2014). Linking species, traits and habitat characteristics of Collembola at European scale. Soil Biol. Biochem., 75, 73–85.
Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields
Chateil, C., Goldringer, I., Tarallo, L., Kerbiriou, C., Le Viol, I., Ponge, J. F., et al. (2013). Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 171(May 1), 25–32.
Reduction of pesticide use can increase earthworm populations in wheat crops in a European temperate region
Pélosi, C., Toutous, L., Chiron, F., Dubs, F., Hedde, M., Muratet, A., et al. (2013). Reduction of pesticide use can increase earthworm populations in wheat crops in a European temperate region. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 181, 223–230.
Spatial and taxonomic correlates of species and species trait assemblages in soil invertebrate communities
Ponge, J. F., & Salmon, S. (2013). Spatial and taxonomic correlates of species and species trait assemblages in soil invertebrate communities. Pedobiologia, 56(3), 129–136.
Influence of the spatial variability of soil type and tree colonization on the dynamics of Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench in managed heathland
Mobaied, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Lalanne, A., & Riera, B. (2012). Influence of the spatial variability of soil type and tree colonization on the dynamics of Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench in managed heathland. Ecol. Complex., 11, 118–125.
Species traits and habitats in springtail communities: a regional scale study
Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2012). Species traits and habitats in springtail communities: a regional scale study. Pedobiologia, 55(6), 295–301.
Movement response of Collembola to the excreta of two earthworm species: Importance of ammonium content and nitrogen forms
Gutiérrez-López, M., Salmon, S., & Trigo, D. (2011). Movement response of Collembola to the excreta of two earthworm species: Importance of ammonium content and nitrogen forms. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 43(1), 55–62.
Assessment of movement patterns in Folsomia candida (Hexapoda: Collembola) in the presence of food
Auclerc, A., Libourel, P. A., Salmon, S., Bels, V., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). Assessment of movement patterns in Folsomia candida (Hexapoda: Collembola) in the presence of food. Soil Biol. Biochem., 42(4), 657–659.
Diversity, Structure And Endemicity Of Earthworm And Springtail Communities Of A Softly Managed Beech Forest In The Pyrenees (France)
Salmon, S., Bedos, A., Villemant, C., Rome, Q., Daugeron, C., & Deharveng, L. (2010). Diversity, Structure And Endemicity Of Earthworm And Springtail Communities Of A Softly Managed Beech Forest In The Pyrenees (France). Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 65(1), 45–62.
Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands?
Maurel, N., Salmon, S., Ponge, J. - F., Machon, N., Moret, J., & Muratet, A. (2010). Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands? Biological Invasions, 12(6), 1709–1719.
Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands?
Maurel, N., Salmon, S., Ponge, J. F., Machon, N., Moret, J., & Muratet, A. (2010). Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands? Biol. Invasions, 12(6), 1709–1719.
The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest
Dos Santos Neves, N., Feer, F., Salmon, S., Chateil, C., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest. Austral Ecol., 35(5), 549–559.
Linking forest dynamics to richness and assemblage of soil zoological groups and to soil mineralization processes
Salmon, S., Frizzera, L., & Camaret, S. (2008). Linking forest dynamics to richness and assemblage of soil zoological groups and to soil mineralization processes. Forest Ecology And Management, 256(9), 1612–1623.
Relationships between soil fauna communities and humus forms: Response to forest dynamics and solar radiation
Salmon, S., Artuso, N., Frizzera, L., & Zampedri, R. (2008). Relationships between soil fauna communities and humus forms: Response to forest dynamics and solar radiation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40(7), 1707–1715.
Relationships between soil fauna communities and humus forms: Response to forest dynamics and solar radiation
Salmon, S., Artuso, N., Frizzera, L., & Zampedri, R. (2008). Relationships between soil fauna communities and humus forms: Response to forest dynamics and solar radiation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 40(7), 1707–1715.
Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of pollution
Martínez Aldaya, M., Lors, C., Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of pollution. Environ. Pollut., 140(1), 173–180.
Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of soil pollution
Aldaya, M. M., Lors, C., Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. - F. (2006). Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of soil pollution. Environmental pollution (Barking, 140(1), 173–80.
Avoidance of low doses of naphthalene by Collembola
Boitaud, L., Salmon, S., Bourlette, C., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). Avoidance of low doses of naphthalene by Collembola. Environ. Pollut., 139(3), 451–454.
Changes in humus forms and soil animal communities in two developmental phases of Norway spruce on an acidic substrate
Salmon, S., Mantel, J., Frizzera, L., & Zanella, A. (2006). Changes in humus forms and soil animal communities in two developmental phases of Norway spruce on an acidic substrate. Forest Ecology And Management, 237(1-3), 47–56.
Changes in humus forms and soil animal communities in two developmental phases of Norway spruce on an acidic substrate
Salmon, S., Mantel, J., Frizzera, L., & Zanella, A. (2006). Changes in humus forms and soil animal communities in two developmental phases of Norway spruce on an acidic substrate. Forest Ecology and Management, 237(1-3), 47–56.
Use of an avoidance test for the assessment of microbial degradation of PAHs
Lors, C., Martínez Aldaya, M., Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). Use of an avoidance test for the assessment of microbial degradation of PAHs. Soil Biol. Biochem., 38(8), 2199–2204.
Earthworms and collembola relationships: effects of predatory centipedes and humus forms
Salmon, S., Geoffroy, J. J., & Ponge, J. F. (2005). Earthworms and collembola relationships: effects of predatory centipedes and humus forms. Soil Biol. Biochem., 37(3), 487–495.
The impact of earthworms on the abundance of Collembola: improvement of food resources or of habitat?
Salmon, S. (2004). The impact of earthworms on the abundance of Collembola: improvement of food resources or of habitat? Biology And Fertility Of Soils, 40(5), 323–333.
Ionic identity of pore water influences pH preference in Collembola
Salmon, S., Ponge, J. F., & Van Straalen, N. M. (2002). Ionic identity of pore water influences pH preference in Collembola. Soil Biol. Biochem., 34(11), 1663–1667.
Earthworm excreta (mucus and urine) affect the distribution of springtails in forest soils
Salmon, S. (2001). Earthworm excreta (mucus and urine) affect the distribution of springtails in forest soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 34(5), 304–310.
Earthworm excreta attract soil springtails: laboratory experiments on Heteromurus nitidus (Collembola : Entomobryidae)
Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2001). Earthworm excreta attract soil springtails: laboratory experiments on Heteromurus nitidus (Collembola : Entomobryidae). Soil Biol. Biochem., 33(14), 1959–1969.
Distribution of Heteromurus nitidus (Hexapoda, Collembola) according to soil acidity: interactions with earthworms and predator pressure
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Responses to light in a soil-dwelling springtail
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Study Of Sucrose And Mannitol Transport In Plasma-Membrane Vesicles From Phloem And Nonphloem Tissues Of Celery (Apium-Graveolens L) Petioles
Salmon, S., Lemoine, R., Jamai, A., Bouchepillon, S., & Fromont, J. (1995). Study Of Sucrose And Mannitol Transport In Plasma-Membrane Vesicles From Phloem And Nonphloem Tissues Of Celery (Apium-Graveolens L) Petioles. Planta, 197(1), 76–83.

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Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm
Vuarin, P., Henry, P. - Y., Perret, M., & Pifferi, F. (2016). Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm. Physiol Biochem Zool, 89(6), 536–545.
Food shortage can drive body temperature regulation in wild heterothermic vertebrates
Vuarin, P., & Henry, P. - Y. (2015). Food shortage can drive body temperature regulation in wild heterothermic vertebrates. Temperature, 2(1), 29–30.
When to initiate torpor use? Food availability times the transition to winter phenotype in a tropical heterotherm
Vuarin, P., Dammhahn, M., Kappeler, P. M., & Henry, P. - Y. (2015). When to initiate torpor use? Food availability times the transition to winter phenotype in a tropical heterotherm. Oecologia, 179(1), 43–53.
Field evidence for a proximate role of food shortage in the regulation of hibernation and daily torpor: a review
Vuarin, P., & Henry, P. - Y. (2014). Field evidence for a proximate role of food shortage in the regulation of hibernation and daily torpor: a review. Journal Of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic And Environmental Physiology, 184(6), 683–697.
Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate
Vuarin, P., Henry, P. Y., Guesnet, P., Alessandri, J. M., Aujard, F., Perret, M., et al. (2014). Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate. Journal Of Thermal Biology, 43, 81–88.
Individual flexibility in energy saving: body size and condition constrain torpor use
Vuarin, P., Dammhahn, M., & Henry, P. Y. (2013). Individual flexibility in energy saving: body size and condition constrain torpor use. Functional Ecology, 27(3), 793–799.
Torpor-based compensation of energy shortage: a review of evidences from field experiments
Vuarin, P., Dammhahn, M., & Henry, P. Y. (2013). Torpor-based compensation of energy shortage: a review of evidences from field experiments. Integrative And Comparative Biology, 53, E221.

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Effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on cognitive functions, electrocortical activity and neurogenesis in a non-human primate, the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Royo, J., Villain, N., Champeval, D., Del Gallo, F., Bertini, G., Aujard, F., et al. (2018). Effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on cognitive functions, electrocortical activity and neurogenesis in a non-human primate, the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Behavioural Brain Research, 347, 394–407.
Body mass loss correlates with cognitive performance in primates under acute caloric restriction conditions
Villain, N., Picq, J. - L., Aujard, F., & Pifferi, F. (2016). Body mass loss correlates with cognitive performance in primates under acute caloric restriction conditions. Behav Brain Res, 305, 157–163.

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Habitat-related variation in the plasticity of a UV-sensitive photoreceptor over a small spatial scale in the palmate newt
Secondi, J., Martin, M., Goven, D., Mege, P., Sourice, S., & Thery, M. (2017). Habitat-related variation in the plasticity of a UV-sensitive photoreceptor over a small spatial scale in the palmate newt. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology, 30(6), 1229–1235.
Variability of surface and underwater nocturnal spectral irradiance with the presence of clouds in urban and peri-urban wetlands
Secondi, J., Dupont, V., Davranche, A., Mondy, N., Lengagne, T., & Thery, M. (2017). Variability of surface and underwater nocturnal spectral irradiance with the presence of clouds in urban and peri-urban wetlands. PLoS One, 12(11), e0186808.
Crossing fitness valleys: empirical estimation of a fitness landscape associated with polymorphic mimicry
Arias, M., le Poul, Y., Chouteau, M., Boisseau, R., Rosser, N., Thery, M., et al. (2016). Crossing fitness valleys: empirical estimation of a fitness landscape associated with polymorphic mimicry. Proc Biol Sci, 283(1829).
Inter-species variation in unpalatibility does not explain polymorphism in a mimetic species
Arias M., Mappes J., Thery M., & Llaurens V. (2016). Inter-species variation in unpalatibility does not explain polymorphism in a mimetic species. Evolutionary Ecology, 30, 419–433.
Melatonin concentrations and timing of seasonal reproduction in male mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) exposed to light pollution
Le Tallec T., Thery M., & Perret M. (2016). Melatonin concentrations and timing of seasonal reproduction in male mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) exposed to light pollution. Journal of Mammalogy, 97, 753–760.
Partial Opsin Sequences Suggest UV-Sensitive Vision is Widespread in Caudata
Mege, P., Odeen, A., Thery, M., Picard, D., & Secondi, J. (2016). Partial Opsin Sequences Suggest UV-Sensitive Vision is Widespread in Caudata. Evolutionary Biology, 43(1), 109–118.
Refining mimicry: phenotypic variation tracks the local optimum
Merot, C., Le Poul, Y., Thery, M., & Joron, M. (2016). Refining mimicry: phenotypic variation tracks the local optimum. J Anim Ecol, 85(4), 1056–1069.
UV wavelengths experienced during development affect larval newt visual sensitivity and predation efficiency
Martin, M., Thery, M., Rodgers, G., Goven, D., Sourice, S., Mege, P., et al. (2016). UV wavelengths experienced during development affect larval newt visual sensitivity and predation efficiency. Biology Letters, 12(2).
Mate preference, species recognition and multimodal communication in heterogeneous environments
Secondi, J., Rodgers, G., Bayle, F., Sourice, S., & Thery, M. (2015). Mate preference, species recognition and multimodal communication in heterogeneous environments. Evolutionary Ecology, 29(2), 217–227.
An ultraviolet signal generates a conflict between sexual selection and species recognition in a newt
Secondi, J., & Thery, M. (2014). An ultraviolet signal generates a conflict between sexual selection and species recognition in a newt. Behavioral Ecology And Sociobiology, 68(7), 1049–1058.
Cryptic differences in colour among Mullerian mimics: how can the visual capacities of predators and prey shape the evolution of wing colours?
Llaurens, V., Joron, M., & Thery, M. (2014). Cryptic differences in colour among Mullerian mimics: how can the visual capacities of predators and prey shape the evolution of wing colours? Journal Of Evolutionary Biology, 27(3), 531–540.
Habitat-Dependent Species Recognition in Hybridizing Newts
Secondi, J., Okassa, M., Sourice, S., & Thery, M. (2014). Habitat-Dependent Species Recognition in Hybridizing Newts. Evolutionary Biology, 41(1), 71–80.
Identifying animal illusions requires neuronal and cognitive approaches: comment on Kelley and Kelley
Thery, M. (2014). Identifying animal illusions requires neuronal and cognitive approaches: comment on Kelley and Kelley. Behavioral Ecology, 25(3), 465.
Light Pollution Modifies the Expression of Daily Rhythms and Behavior Patterns in a Nocturnal Primate
Le Tallec, T., Perret, M., & Thery, M. (2013). Light Pollution Modifies the Expression of Daily Rhythms and Behavior Patterns in a Nocturnal Primate. Plos One, 8(11).
Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate
Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Thery, M., Aujard, F., & Perret, M. (2012). Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 27(2), 164–171.
Large-scale geographic variation in iridescent structural ornaments of a long-distance migratory bird
Legagneux, P., Clark, R. G., Guillemain, M., Eraud, C., Thery, M., & Bretagnolle, V. (2012). Large-scale geographic variation in iridescent structural ornaments of a long-distance migratory bird. Journal Of Avian Biology, 43(4), 355–361.
Male Attractiveness Is Influenced by UV Wavelengths in a Newt Species but Not in Its Close Relative
Secondi, J., Lepetz, V., & Thery, M. (2012). Male Attractiveness Is Influenced by UV Wavelengths in a Newt Species but Not in Its Close Relative. Plos One, 7(1).
The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies
Languille, S., Blanc, S., Blin, O., Canale, C. I., Dal-Pan, A., Devau, G., et al. (2012). The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies. Ageing Research Reviews, 11(1), 150–162.
Costly help of audiovisual bimodality for female mate choice in a nocturnal anuran (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Thery, M., Gauthier, A. - L., & Lengagne, T. (2011). Costly help of audiovisual bimodality for female mate choice in a nocturnal anuran (Hyla arborea). Behavioral Ecology, 22(4), 889–898.
Multimodal signals in male European treefrog (Hyla arborea) and the influence of population isolation on signal expression
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Thery, M., Lengagne, T., Lena, J. - P., Plenet, S., et al. (2011). Multimodal signals in male European treefrog (Hyla arborea) and the influence of population isolation on signal expression. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 103(3), 633–647.
Physiological flexibility and acclimation to food shortage in a heterothermic primate
Canale, C. I., Perret, M., Thery, M., & Henry, P. - Y. (2011). Physiological flexibility and acclimation to food shortage in a heterothermic primate. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 214(4), 551–560.
Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea) (vol 147, pg 1753, 2010)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Derex, M., Plenet, S., Joly, P., et al. (2011). Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea) (vol 147, pg 1753, 2010). Behaviour, 148(3), 403–404.
The multiple disguises of spiders
Thery, M., Insausti, T. C., Defrize, J., & Casas, J. (2011). The multiple disguises of spiders.
Background colour matching by a crab spider in the field: a community sensory ecology perspective
Defrize, J., Thery, M., & Casas, J. (2010). Background colour matching by a crab spider in the field: a community sensory ecology perspective. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 213(9), 1425–1435.
Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling ducks
Legagneux, P., Thery, M., Guillemain, M., Gomez, D., & Bretagnolle, V. (2010). Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling ducks. Behavioural Processes, 83(3), 324–330.
Hearing is not necessarily believing in nocturnal anurans
Richardson, C., Gomez, D., Durieux, R., Thery, M., Joly, P., Lena, J. - P., et al. (2010). Hearing is not necessarily believing in nocturnal anurans. Biology Letters, 6(5), 633–635.
Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate
Perret, M., Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Aujard, F., & Thery, M. (2010). Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 25(3), 186–196.
Insect Colours and Visual Appearance in the Eyes of Their Predators
Thery, M., & Gomez, D. (2010). Insect Colours and Visual Appearance in the Eyes of Their Predators (Vol. 38).
Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Derex, M., Plenet, S., Joly, P., et al. (2010). Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea). Behaviour, 147(13-14), 1753–1768.
What matters in the associative learning of visual cues in foraging parasitoid wasps: colour or brightness?
Desouhant, E., Navel, S., Foubert, E., Fischbein, D., Thery, M., & Bernstein, C. (2010). What matters in the associative learning of visual cues in foraging parasitoid wasps: colour or brightness? Animal Cognition, 13(3), 535–543.
Do grooming behaviours affect visual properties of feathers in male domestic canaries, Serinus canaria?
Lenouvel, P., Gomez, D., Thery, M., & Kreutzer, M. (2009). Do grooming behaviours affect visual properties of feathers in male domestic canaries, Serinus canaria? Animal Behaviour, 77(5), 1253–1260.
The multiple disguises of spiders: web colour and decorations, body colour and movement
Thery, M., & Casas, J. (2009). The multiple disguises of spiders: web colour and decorations, body colour and movement. Royal Society Philosophical Transactions Biological Sciences, 364(1516), 471–480.
The role of nocturnal vision in mate choice: females prefer conspicuous males in the European tree frog (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Plenet, S., Joly, P., Lena, J. - P., et al. (2009). The role of nocturnal vision in mate choice: females prefer conspicuous males in the European tree frog (Hyla arborea). Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 276(1666), 2351–2358.
Communication, sensory ecology, and signal evolution
Thery, M., & Heeb, P. (2008). Communication, sensory ecology, and signal evolution.
Condition-dependent genetic benefits of extrapair fertilization in female blue tits Cyanistes caeruleus
Dreiss, A. N., Silva, N., Richard, M., Moyen, F., Thery, M., Moller, A. P., et al. (2008). Condition-dependent genetic benefits of extrapair fertilization in female blue tits Cyanistes caeruleus. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology, 21(6), 1814–1822.
Dusk light environment optimizes visual perception of conspecifics in a crepuscular horned beetle
Thery, M., Pincebourde, S., & Feer, F. (2008). Dusk light environment optimizes visual perception of conspecifics in a crepuscular horned beetle. Behavioral Ecology, 19(3), 627–634.
Female canary mate preferences: differential use of information from two types of male-male interaction
Amy, M., Monbureau, M., Durand, C., Gomez, D., Thery, M., & Leboucher, G. (2008). Female canary mate preferences: differential use of information from two types of male-male interaction. Animal Behaviour, 76, 971–982.
Foraging and associative learning of visual signals in a parasitic wasp
Lucchetta, P., Bernstein, C., Thery, M., Lazzari, C., & Desouhant, E. (2008). Foraging and associative learning of visual signals in a parasitic wasp. Animal Cognition, 11(3), 525–533.
Foraging and associative learning of visual signals in a parasitic wasp
Lucchetta, P., Bernstein, C., Thery, M., Lazzari, C., & Desouhant, E. (2008). Foraging and associative learning of visual signals in a parasitic wasp. Animal Cognition, 11(3), 525–533.
Avian color vision and coloration: Multidisciplinary evolutionary biology
Bennett, A. T. D., & Thery, M. (2007). Avian color vision and coloration: Multidisciplinary evolutionary biology. American Naturalist, 169(1), S1–S6.
Colours of background reflected light and of the prey's eye affect adaptive coloration in female crab spiders
Thery, M. (2007). Colours of background reflected light and of the prey's eye affect adaptive coloration in female crab spiders. Animal Behaviour, 73, 797–804.
Fruit characters in the diet of syntopic large frugivorous forest bird species in French Gluiana
Erard, C., Thery, M., & Sabatier, D. (2007). Fruit characters in the diet of syntopic large frugivorous forest bird species in French Gluiana. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 62(4), 323–350.
Iridescent structurally based coloration of eyespots correlates with mating success in the peacock
Loyau, A., Gomez, D., Moureau, B., Thery, M., Hart, N. S., Saint Jalme, M., et al. (2007). Iridescent structurally based coloration of eyespots correlates with mating success in the peacock. Behavioral Ecology, 18(6), 1123–1131.
Simultaneous Crypsis and conspicuousness in color patterns: Comparative analysis of a neotropical rainforest bird community
Gomez, D., & Thery, M. (2007). Simultaneous Crypsis and conspicuousness in color patterns: Comparative analysis of a neotropical rainforest bird community. American Naturalist, 169(1), S42–S61.
Effects of light environment on color communication
Thery, M. (2006). Effects of light environment on color communication.
Inter-acting effects of signalling behaviour, ambient light and plumage colour in a temperate bird, the blue tit Parus caeruleus
Moyen, F., Gomez, D., Doutrelant, C., Pierson, J., & Thery, M. (2006). Inter-acting effects of signalling behaviour, ambient light and plumage colour in a temperate bird, the blue tit Parus caeruleus. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 61(4), 367–382.
Specific color sensitivities of prey and predator explain camouflage in different visual systems
Thery, M., Debut, M., Gomez, D., & Casas, J. (2005). Specific color sensitivities of prey and predator explain camouflage in different visual systems. Behavioral Ecology, 16(1), 25–29.
Geographical variation in the yellow-legged gull: introgression or convergence from the herring gull?
Pons, J. M., Crochet, P. A., Thery, M., & Bermejo, A. (2004). Geographical variation in the yellow-legged gull: introgression or convergence from the herring gull? Journal Of Zoological Systematics And Evolutionary Research, 42(3), 245–256.
Influence of ambient light on the evolution of colour signals: comparative analysis of a Neotropical rainforest bird community
Gomez, D., & Thery, M. (2004). Influence of ambient light on the evolution of colour signals: comparative analysis of a Neotropical rainforest bird community. Ecology Letters, 7(4), 279–284.
Bill colour and immunocompetence in the European blackbird
Faivre, B., Preault, M., Salvadori, F., Thery, M., Gaillard, M., & Cezilly, F. (2003). Bill colour and immunocompetence in the European blackbird. Animal Behaviour, 65, 1125–1131.

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Treadmill locomotion of the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus); kinematic parameters during symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits
Herbin, M., Hommet, E., Hanotin-Dossot, V., Perret, M., & Hackert, R. (2018). Treadmill locomotion of the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus); kinematic parameters during symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol, .
State transitions: a major mortality risk for seasonal species
Landes, J., Perret, M., Hardy, I., Camarda, C. G., Henry, P. - Y., & Pavard, S. (2017). State transitions: a major mortality risk for seasonal species. Ecol Lett, 20(7), 883–891.
Changes in Pancreatic Islet Mass in Grey Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus) Submitted to Caloric Restriction or Resveratrol Administration
M, H., Joubert S, C., Jl, S., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2016). Changes in Pancreatic Islet Mass in Grey Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus) Submitted to Caloric Restriction or Resveratrol Administration. J Cytol Histol, 07(04).
Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm
Vuarin, P., Henry, P. - Y., Perret, M., & Pifferi, F. (2016). Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm. Physiol Biochem Zool, 89(6), 536–545.
Impaired fasting blood glucose is associated to cognitive impairment and cerebral atrophy in middle-aged non-human primates
Djelti, F., Dhenain, M., Terrien, J., Picq, J. - L., Hardy, I., Champeval, D., et al. (2016). Impaired fasting blood glucose is associated to cognitive impairment and cerebral atrophy in middle-aged non-human primates. Aging (Albany NY), 9(1), 173–186.
Melatonin concentrations and timing of seasonal reproduction in male mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) exposed to light pollution
Le Tallec T., Thery M., & Perret M. (2016). Melatonin concentrations and timing of seasonal reproduction in male mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) exposed to light pollution. Journal of Mammalogy, 97, 753–760.
Age-associated evolution of plasmatic amyloid in mouse lemur primates: relationship with intracellular amyloid deposition
Roy, M., Cardoso, C., Dorieux, O., Malgorn, C., Epelbaum, S., Petit, F., et al. (2015). Age-associated evolution of plasmatic amyloid in mouse lemur primates: relationship with intracellular amyloid deposition. Neurobiology Of Aging, 36(1), 149–156.
Cytokine and Antioxidant Regulation in the Intestine of the Gray Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus) During Torpor
Tessier, S. N., Katzenback, B. A., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., & Storey, K. B. (2015). Cytokine and Antioxidant Regulation in the Intestine of the Gray Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus) During Torpor. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 127–135.
Induction of Antioxidant and Heat Shock Protein Responses During Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Wu, C. - W., Biggar, K. K., Zhang, J., Tessier, S. N., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Induction of Antioxidant and Heat Shock Protein Responses During Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 119–126.
Modulation of Gene Expression in Key Survival Pathways During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Modulation of Gene Expression in Key Survival Pathways During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 111–118.
Primate Torpor: Regulation of Stress-activated Protein Kinases During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Primate Torpor: Regulation of Stress-activated Protein Kinases During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 81–90.
Regulation of the PI3K/AKT Pathway and Fuel Utilization During Primate Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Regulation of the PI3K/AKT Pathway and Fuel Utilization During Primate Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 91–102.
Regulation of Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur: Transcriptional and Translational Controls and Role of AMPK Signaling
Zhang, J., Tessier, S. N., Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Regulation of Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur: Transcriptional and Translational Controls and Role of AMPK Signaling. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 103–110.
Telomere regulation during ageing and tumorigenesis of the grey mouse lemur
Trochet, D., Mergui, X., Ivkovic, I., Porreca, R. M., Gerbault-Seureau, M., Sidibe, A., et al. (2015). Telomere regulation during ageing and tumorigenesis of the grey mouse lemur. Biochimie, 113, 100–110.
Senescence or selective disappearance? Age trajectories of body mass in wild and captive populations of a small-bodied primate
Hamalainen, A., Dammhahn, M., Aujard, F., Eberle, M., Hardy, I., Kappeler, P. M., et al. (2014). Senescence or selective disappearance? Age trajectories of body mass in wild and captive populations of a small-bodied primate. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 281(1791).
Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate
Vuarin, P., Henry, P. Y., Guesnet, P., Alessandri, J. M., Aujard, F., Perret, M., et al. (2014). Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate. Journal Of Thermal Biology, 43, 81–88.
Light Pollution Modifies the Expression of Daily Rhythms and Behavior Patterns in a Nocturnal Primate
Le Tallec, T., Perret, M., & Thery, M. (2013). Light Pollution Modifies the Expression of Daily Rhythms and Behavior Patterns in a Nocturnal Primate. Plos One, 8(11).
Proximate determinants of bite force capacity in the mouse lemur
Chazeau, C., Marchal, J., Hackert, R., Perret, M., & Herrel, A. (2013). Proximate determinants of bite force capacity in the mouse lemur. Journal Of Zoology, 290(1), 42–48.
Sleep Deprivation Impairs Spatial Retrieval but Not Spatial Learning in the Non-Human Primate Grey Mouse Lemur
Rahman, A., Languille, S., Lamberty, Y., Babiloni, C., Perret, M., Bordet, R., et al. (2013). Sleep Deprivation Impairs Spatial Retrieval but Not Spatial Learning in the Non-Human Primate Grey Mouse Lemur. Plos One, 8(5).
Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate
Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Thery, M., Aujard, F., & Perret, M. (2012). Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 27(2), 164–171.
Caloric restriction in primates: how efficient as an anti-aging approach?
Marchal, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2012). Caloric restriction in primates: how efficient as an anti-aging approach? M S-Medecine Sciences, 28(12), 1081–1086.
Characterization of blood biochemical markers during aging in the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus): impact of gender and season
Marchal, J., Dorieux, O., Haro, L., Aujard, F., & Perret, M. (2012). Characterization of blood biochemical markers during aging in the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus): impact of gender and season. Bmc Veterinary Research, 8.
Convenience polyandry or convenience polygyny? Costly sex under female control in a promiscuous primate
Huchard, E., Canale, C. I., Le Gros, C., Perret, M., Henry, P. Y., & Kappeler, P. M. (2012). Convenience polyandry or convenience polygyny? Costly sex under female control in a promiscuous primate. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 279(1732), 1371–1379.
Fatty Acid Composition of the Brain, Retina, Liver and Adipose Tissue of the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus, Primate)
Pifferi, F., Perret, M., Guesnet, P., Aujard, F., & Alessandri, J. - M. (2012). Fatty Acid Composition of the Brain, Retina, Liver and Adipose Tissue of the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus, Primate). Lipids, 47(8), 793–801.
Mutual mate choice in a female-dominant and sexually monomorphic primate
Gomez, D., Huchard, E., Henry, P. Y., & Perret, M. (2012). Mutual mate choice in a female-dominant and sexually monomorphic primate. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 147(3), 370–379.
Reproductive Resilience to Food Shortage in a Small Heterothermic Primate
Canale, C. I., Huchard, E., Perret, M., & Henry, P. Y. (2012). Reproductive Resilience to Food Shortage in a Small Heterothermic Primate. Plos One, 7(7), e41477.
The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies
Languille, S., Blanc, S., Blin, O., Canale, C. I., Dal-Pan, A., Devau, G., et al. (2012). The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies. Ageing Research Reviews, 11(1), 150–162.
Torpor use during gestation and lactation in a primate
Canale, C. I., Perret, M., & Henry, P. Y. (2012). Torpor use during gestation and lactation in a primate. Naturwissenschaften, 99(2), 159–163.
Age-associated cerebral atrophy in mouse lemur primates
Kraska, A., Dorieux, O., Picq, J. - L., Petit, F., Bourrin, E., Chenu, E., et al. (2011). Age-associated cerebral atrophy in mouse lemur primates. Neurobiology Of Aging, 32(5), 894–906.
Behavioral thermoregulation in mammals: a review
Terrien, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2011). Behavioral thermoregulation in mammals: a review. Frontiers In Bioscience-Landmark, 16, 1428–1444.
Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus
Dal-Pan, A., Terrien, J., Pifferi, F., Botalla, R., Hardy, I., Marchal, J., et al. (2011). Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus. Age, 33(1), 15–31.
Physiological flexibility and acclimation to food shortage in a heterothermic primate
Canale, C. I., Perret, M., Thery, M., & Henry, P. - Y. (2011). Physiological flexibility and acclimation to food shortage in a heterothermic primate. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 214(4), 551–560.
Gender markedly modulates behavioral thermoregulation in a non-human primate species, the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Terrien, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2010). Gender markedly modulates behavioral thermoregulation in a non-human primate species, the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Physiology & Behavior, 101(4), 469–473.
Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate
Perret, M., Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Aujard, F., & Thery, M. (2010). Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 25(3), 186–196.
The Grey Mouse Lemur Uses Season-Dependent Fat or Protein Sparing Strategies to Face Chronic Food Restriction
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Stein, P., Goudable, J., Aujard, F., Gilbert, C., et al. (2010). The Grey Mouse Lemur Uses Season-Dependent Fat or Protein Sparing Strategies to Face Chronic Food Restriction. Plos One, 5(1).
The grey mouse lemur uses season-dependent fat or protein sparing strategies to face chronic food restriction
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Stein, P., Goudable, J., Aujard, F., Gilbert, C., et al. (2010). The grey mouse lemur uses season-dependent fat or protein sparing strategies to face chronic food restriction. PLoS One, 5(1), e8823.
Daily Rhythms of Core Temperature and Locomotor Activity Indicate Different Adaptive Strategies to Cold Exposure in Adult and Aged Mouse Lemurs Acclimated to a Summer-Like Photoperiod
Terrien, J., Zizzari, P., Epelbaum, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2009). Daily Rhythms of Core Temperature and Locomotor Activity Indicate Different Adaptive Strategies to Cold Exposure in Adult and Aged Mouse Lemurs Acclimated to a Summer-Like Photoperiod. Chronobiology International, 26(5), 838–853.
Dietary palmitate and linoleate oxidations, oxidative stress, and DNA damage differ according to season in mouse lemurs exposed to a chronic food deprivation
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Gilbert, C., Zahariev, A., Goudable, J., Le Maho, Y., et al. (2009). Dietary palmitate and linoleate oxidations, oxidative stress, and DNA damage differ according to season in mouse lemurs exposed to a chronic food deprivation. American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 297(4), R950–R959.
Gut hormones in relation to body mass and torpor pattern changes during food restriction and re-feeding in the gray mouse lemur
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Le Maho, Y., Momken, I., Gilbert, C., & Blanc, S. (2009). Gut hormones in relation to body mass and torpor pattern changes during food restriction and re-feeding in the gray mouse lemur. J Comp Physiol B, 179(1), 99–111.
Health Status And Nesting Pattern In Male Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus Murinus)
Aujard, F., & Perret, M. (2009). Health Status And Nesting Pattern In Male Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus Murinus). Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 64(3), 197–205.
PLASMA LEVELS OF INTERFERON-gamma CORRELATE WITH AGE-RELATED DISTURBANCES OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS AND SURVIVAL IN A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE
Cayetanot, F., Nygard, M., Perret, M., Kristensson, K., & Aujard, F. (2009). PLASMA LEVELS OF INTERFERON-gamma CORRELATE WITH AGE-RELATED DISTURBANCES OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS AND SURVIVAL IN A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE. Chronobiology International, 26(8), 1587–1601.
Chronic food shortage and seasonal modulations of daily torpor and locomotor activity in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Giroud, S., Blanc, S., Aujard, F., Bertrand, F., Gilbert, C., & Perret, M. (2008). Chronic food shortage and seasonal modulations of daily torpor and locomotor activity in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 294(6), R1958–R1967.
Effects of age on thermoregulatory responses during cold exposure in a nonhuman primate, Microcebus murinus
Terrien, J., Zizzari, P., Bluet-Pajot, M. T., Henry, P. Y., Perret, M., Epelbaum, J., et al. (2008). Effects of age on thermoregulatory responses during cold exposure in a nonhuman primate, Microcebus murinus. American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 295(2), R696–R703.
Body temperature changes induced by huddling in breeding male emperor penguins
Gilbert, C., Maho, Y. L., Perret, M., & Ancel, A. (2007). Body temperature changes induced by huddling in breeding male emperor penguins. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 292(1), R176–85.
Impaired regulation of body temperature, energy balance and IGF-1 levels during chronic cold exposure in an aged primate
Terrien, J., Zahariev, A., Zizzari, P., Bluet-Pajot, M. T., Epelbaum, J., Blanc, S., et al. (2007). Impaired regulation of body temperature, energy balance and IGF-1 levels during chronic cold exposure in an aged primate. Experimental Gerontology, 42(1-2), 146.
Role of huddling on the energetic of growth in a newborn altricial mammal
Gilbert, C., Blanc, S., Giroud, S., Trabalon, M., Le Maho, Y., Perret, M., et al. (2007). Role of huddling on the energetic of growth in a newborn altricial mammal. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 293(2), R867–76.
Age-related effects on the biological clock and its behavioral output in a primate
Aujard, F., Cayetanot, F., Bentivoglio, M., & Perret, M. (2006). Age-related effects on the biological clock and its behavioral output in a primate. Chronobiology International, 23(1-2), 451–460.
Behavioral thermoregulation in a non human primate: Effects of age and photoperiod on temperature selection
Aujard, F., Seguy, M., Terrien, J., Botalla, R., Blanc, S., & Perret, M. (2006). Behavioral thermoregulation in a non human primate: Effects of age and photoperiod on temperature selection. Experimental Gerontology, 41(8), 784–792.
Climate impacts on Mediterranean blue tit survival: an investigation across seasons and spatial scales
Grosbois, V., Henry, P. Y., Blondel, J., Perret, P., Lebreton, J. D., Thomas, D. W., et al. (2006). Climate impacts on Mediterranean blue tit survival: an investigation across seasons and spatial scales. Global Change Biology, 12(12), 2235–2249.
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) immunoreactive neurons in male mouse lemurs following removal of the vomeronasal organ
Aujard, F., Schilling, A., & Perret, M. (2005). Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) immunoreactive neurons in male mouse lemurs following removal of the vomeronasal organ. Brain Research, 1043(1-2), 247–250.
Olfactory bulbectomy modifies photic entrainment and circadian rhythms of body temperature and locomotor activity in a nocturnal primate
Perret, M., Aujard, F., Seguy, M., & Schilling, A. (2003). Olfactory bulbectomy modifies photic entrainment and circadian rhythms of body temperature and locomotor activity in a nocturnal primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 18(5), 392–401.

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Hand and Foot Impairments of Wild Adult Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii): consequences on Behavioral and Functional capabilities during Feeding.
Cibot, M., Krief, S., Philippon, J., Couchoud, P., Seguya, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Hand and Foot Impairments of Wild Adult Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii): consequences on Behavioral and Functional capabilities during Feeding. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., .
Chimpanzees facing a dangerous situation: A high-traffic asphalted road in the Sebitoli area of Kibale National Park, Uganda
Cibot, M., Bortolamiol, S., Seguya, A., & Krief, S. (2015). Chimpanzees facing a dangerous situation: A high-traffic asphalted road in the Sebitoli area of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Am J Primatol, 77(8), 890–900.
Two Cases of Cleft Lip and Other Congenital Anomalies in Wild Chimpanzees Living in Kibale National Park, Uganda
Krief, S., Watts, D. P., Mitani, J. C., Krief, J. - M., Cibot, M., Bortolamiol, S., et al. (2014). Two Cases of Cleft Lip and Other Congenital Anomalies in Wild Chimpanzees Living in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Cleft Palate Craniofac J, .
Wild chimpanzees on the edge: nocturnal activities in croplands
Krief, S., Cibot, M., Bortolamiol, S., Seguya, A., Krief, J. - M., & Masi, S. (2014). Wild chimpanzees on the edge: nocturnal activities in croplands. PLoS One, 9(10), e109925.
Proximités géographiques et phylogénétiques entre les chimpanzés et les humains et conséquences sanitaires. Exemple du parc national de Kibale, Uganda.
Krief S., C. M., Bortolamiol S., Lafosse S., Seguya A., Guillot J. (2013). Proximités géographiques et phylogénétiques entre les chimpanzés et les humains et conséquences sanitaires. Exemple du parc national de Kibale, Uganda. Bulletin de l’Académie Vétérinaire de France, 166, 276–285.
Investigations on anopheline mosquitoes close to the nest sites of chimpanzees subject to malaria infection in Ugandan highlands
Krief, S., Levrero, F., Krief, J. - M., Thanapongpichat, S., Imwong, M., Snounou, G., et al. (2012). Investigations on anopheline mosquitoes close to the nest sites of chimpanzees subject to malaria infection in Ugandan highlands. Malar J, 11, 116.
Preliminary study of the influence of food availability and human activities on the spatial habitat use by chimpanzees and bonobos
Narat, V., Cibot, M., Bokika Ngawolo, J.  C., Dumez, R., & Krief, S. (2012). Preliminary study of the influence of food availability and human activities on the spatial habitat use by chimpanzees and bonobos. primatologie, (4).
[Nematodes of the genus Oesophagostomum: an emerging risk for humans and apes in Africa?]
Guillot, J., Vermeulen, B., Lafosse, S., Chauffour, S., Cibot, M., Narat, V., et al. (2011). [Nematodes of the genus Oesophagostomum: an emerging risk for humans and apes in Africa?]. Bull Acad Natl Med, 195(8), 1955–63; discussion 1963.

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Temporal Control of Metabolic Amplitude by Nocturnin
Stubblefield, J. J., Gao, P., Kilaru, G., Mukadam, B., Terrien, J., & Green, C. B. (2018). Temporal Control of Metabolic Amplitude by Nocturnin. Cell Rep, 22(5), 1225–1235.
A comparative study of the neural stem cell niche in the adult hypothalamus of human, mouse, rat and grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Pellegrino, G., Trubert, C., Terrien, J., Pifferi, F., Leroy, D., Loyens, A., et al. (2017). A comparative study of the neural stem cell niche in the adult hypothalamus of human, mouse, rat and grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). J Comp Neurol, .
Metabolic and genomic adaptations to winter fattening in a primate species, the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Terrien, J., Gaudubois, M., Champeval, D., Zaninotto, V., Roger, L., Riou, J. F., et al. (2017). Metabolic and genomic adaptations to winter fattening in a primate species, the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Int J Obes (Lond), .
Impaired fasting blood glucose is associated to cognitive impairment and cerebral atrophy in middle-aged non-human primates
Djelti, F., Dhenain, M., Terrien, J., Picq, J. - L., Hardy, I., Champeval, D., et al. (2016). Impaired fasting blood glucose is associated to cognitive impairment and cerebral atrophy in middle-aged non-human primates. Aging (Albany NY), 9(1), 173–186.
Thyroid Hormone Signaling and Homeostasis During Aging
Bowers, J., Terrien, J., Clerget-Froidevaux, M. S., Gothie, J. D., Rozing, M. P., Westendorp, R. G. J., et al. (2013). Thyroid Hormone Signaling and Homeostasis During Aging. Endocrine Reviews, 34(4), 556–589.
Nocturnin: at the crossroads of clocks and metabolism
Stubblefield, J. J., Terrien, J., & Green, C. B. (2012). Nocturnin: at the crossroads of clocks and metabolism. Trends In Endocrinology And Metabolism, 23(7), 326–333.
The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies
Languille, S., Blanc, S., Blin, O., Canale, C. I., Dal-Pan, A., Devau, G., et al. (2012). The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies. Ageing Research Reviews, 11(1), 150–162.
Behavioral thermoregulation in mammals: a review
Terrien, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2011). Behavioral thermoregulation in mammals: a review. Frontiers In Bioscience-Landmark, 16, 1428–1444.
Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus
Dal-Pan, A., Terrien, J., Pifferi, F., Botalla, R., Hardy, I., Marchal, J., et al. (2011). Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus. Age, 33(1), 15–31.
Physiological responses to chronic heat exposure in an aging non-human primate species, the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Terrien, J., Blanc, S., Zizzari, P., Epelbaum, J., & Aujard, F. (2011). Physiological responses to chronic heat exposure in an aging non-human primate species, the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Experimental Gerontology, 46(9), 747–754.
Gender markedly modulates behavioral thermoregulation in a non-human primate species, the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Terrien, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2010). Gender markedly modulates behavioral thermoregulation in a non-human primate species, the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Physiology & Behavior, 101(4), 469–473.
Non-shivering thermogenesis activation and maintenance in the aging gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Terrien, J., Ambid, L., Nibbelink, M., Saint-Charles, A., & Aujard, F. (2010). Non-shivering thermogenesis activation and maintenance in the aging gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). Experimental Gerontology, 45(6), 442–448.
Daily Rhythms of Core Temperature and Locomotor Activity Indicate Different Adaptive Strategies to Cold Exposure in Adult and Aged Mouse Lemurs Acclimated to a Summer-Like Photoperiod
Terrien, J., Zizzari, P., Epelbaum, J., Perret, M., & Aujard, F. (2009). Daily Rhythms of Core Temperature and Locomotor Activity Indicate Different Adaptive Strategies to Cold Exposure in Adult and Aged Mouse Lemurs Acclimated to a Summer-Like Photoperiod. Chronobiology International, 26(5), 838–853.
Impaired Control of Body Cooling during Heterothermia Represents the Major Energetic Constraint in an Aging Non-Human Primate Exposed to Cold
Terrien, J., Zahariev, A., Blanc, S., & Aujard, F. (2009). Impaired Control of Body Cooling during Heterothermia Represents the Major Energetic Constraint in an Aging Non-Human Primate Exposed to Cold. Plos One, 4(10).
Effects of age on thermoregulatory responses during cold exposure in a nonhuman primate, Microcebus murinus
Terrien, J., Zizzari, P., Bluet-Pajot, M. T., Henry, P. Y., Perret, M., Epelbaum, J., et al. (2008). Effects of age on thermoregulatory responses during cold exposure in a nonhuman primate, Microcebus murinus. American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 295(2), R696–R703.
Attenuated effect of increased daylength on activity rhythm in the old mouse lemur, a non-human primate
Aujard, F., Cayetanot, F., Terrien, J., & Van Someren, E. J. W. (2007). Attenuated effect of increased daylength on activity rhythm in the old mouse lemur, a non-human primate. Experimental Gerontology, 42(11), 1079–1087.
Impaired regulation of body temperature, energy balance and IGF-1 levels during chronic cold exposure in an aged primate
Terrien, J., Zahariev, A., Zizzari, P., Bluet-Pajot, M. T., Epelbaum, J., Blanc, S., et al. (2007). Impaired regulation of body temperature, energy balance and IGF-1 levels during chronic cold exposure in an aged primate. Experimental Gerontology, 42(1-2), 146.
Behavioral thermoregulation in a non human primate: Effects of age and photoperiod on temperature selection
Aujard, F., Seguy, M., Terrien, J., Botalla, R., Blanc, S., & Perret, M. (2006). Behavioral thermoregulation in a non human primate: Effects of age and photoperiod on temperature selection. Experimental Gerontology, 41(8), 784–792.

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State transitions: a major mortality risk for seasonal species
Landes, J., Perret, M., Hardy, I., Camarda, C. G., Henry, P. - Y., & Pavard, S. (2017). State transitions: a major mortality risk for seasonal species. Ecol Lett, 20(7), 883–891.
Cytological, molecular and life cycle characterization of Anostracospora rigaudi n. g., n. sp. and Enterocytospora artemiae n. g., n. sp., two new microsporidian parasites infecting gut tissues of the brine shrimp Artemia
Rode, N. O., Landes, J., Lievens, E. J. P., Flaven, E., Segard, A., Jabbour-Zahab, R., et al. (2013). Cytological, molecular and life cycle characterization of Anostracospora rigaudi n. g., n. sp. and Enterocytospora artemiae n. g., n. sp., two new microsporidian parasites infecting gut tissues of the brine shrimp Artemia. Parasitology, 140(9), 1168–1185.

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Environmental hazard assessment by the Ecoscore system to discriminate PAH-polluted soils
Lors, C., Ponge, J. F., & Damidot, D. (2018). Environmental hazard assessment by the Ecoscore system to discriminate PAH-polluted soils. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25(27), 26747–26756.
Humusica 1, article 1: Essential bases - Vocabulary
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Gobat, J. M., Juilleret, J., Blouin, M., Aubert, M., et al. (2018). Humusica 1, article 1: Essential bases – Vocabulary. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 10–21.
Humusica 1, article 2: Essential bases - Functional considerations
Zanella, A., Berg, B., Ponge, J. F., & Kemmers, R. H. (2018). Humusica 1, article 2: Essential bases – Functional considerations. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 22–41.
Humusica 1, article 3: Essential bases - Quick look at the classification
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., De Waal, R., Ferronato, C., De Nobili, M., & Juilleret, J. (2018). Humusica 1, article 3: Essential bases – Quick look at the classification. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 42–55.
Humusica 1, article 4: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Specific terms and diagnostic horizons
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Jabiol, B., Sartori, G., Kolb, E., Gobat, J. M., et al. (2018). Humusica 1, article 4: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Specific terms and diagnostic horizons. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 56–74.
Humusica 1, article 5: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Keys of classification of humus systems and forms
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Jabiol, B., Sartori, G., Kolb, E., Le Bayon, R. C., et al. (2018). Humusica 1, article 5: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Keys of classification of humus systems and forms. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 75–86.
Humusica 1, Article 6: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Hydro intergrades
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Juilleret, J., De Waal, R., Le Bayon, R. C., Vacca, A., et al. (2018). Humusica 1, Article 6: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Hydro intergrades. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 87–91.
Humusica 1, article 7: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Field practice and sampling problems
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., & Matteodo, M. (2018). Humusica 1, article 7: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Field practice and sampling problems. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 92–102.
Humusica 1, article 8: Terrestrial humus systems and forms - Biological activity and soil aggregates, space-time dynamics
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., & Briones, M. J. I. (2018). Humusica 1, article 8: Terrestrial humus systems and forms – Biological activity and soil aggregates, space-time dynamics. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 1), 103–137.
Humusica 2, article 10: Histic humus systems and forms - Key of classification
Zanella, A., De Waal, R., Van Delft, B., Ponge, J. F., Ferronato, C., De Nobili, M., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 10: Histic humus systems and forms – Key of classification. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 154–161.
Humusica 2, article 11: Histic humus systems and forms - Epihisto intergrades and dynamics
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., De Waal, R., Van Delft, B., De Nobili, M., Ferronato, C., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 11: Histic humus systems and forms – Epihisto intergrades and dynamics. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 162–169.
Humusica 2, article 12: Aqueous humipedons - Tidal and subtidal humus systems and forms
Zanella, A., Ferronato, C., De Nobili, M., Vianello, G., Vittori Antisari, L., Ponge, J. F., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 12: Aqueous humipedons – Tidal and subtidal humus systems and forms. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 170–180.
Humusica 2, article 13: Para humus systems and forms
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Fritz, I., Pietrasiak, N., Matteodo, M., Nadporozhskaya, M., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 13: Para humus systems and forms. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 181–199.
Humusica 2, Article 14: Anthropogenic soils and humus systems, comparing classification systems
Zanella, A., Schad, P., Galbraith, J., & Ponge, J. F. (2018). Humusica 2, Article 14: Anthropogenic soils and humus systems, comparing classification systems. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122, 200–203.
Humusica 2, article 15: Agro humus systems and forms
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Topoliantz, S., Bernier, N., & Juilleret, J. (2018). Humusica 2, article 15: Agro humus systems and forms. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 204–219.
Humusica 2, article 16: Techno humus systems and recycling of waste
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Guercini, S., Rumor, C., Nold, F., Sambo, P., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 16: Techno humus systems and recycling of waste. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 220–236.
Humusica 2, article 17: Techno humus systems and global change - Three crucial questions
Zanella, A., Geisen, S., Ponge, J. F., Jagers, G., Benbrook, C., Dilli, T., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 17: Techno humus systems and global change – Three crucial questions. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 237–253.
Humusica 2, article 18: Techno humus systems and global change - Greenhouse effect, soil and agriculture
Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Hager, H., Pignatti, S., Galbraith, J., Chertov, O., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 18: Techno humus systems and global change – Greenhouse effect, soil and agriculture. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 254–270.
Humusica 2, article 19: Techno humus systems and global change - Conservation agriculture and 4/1000 proposal
Zanella, A., Bolzonella, C., Lowenfels, J., Ponge, J. F., Bouché, M., Saha, D., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, article 19: Techno humus systems and global change – Conservation agriculture and 4/1000 proposal. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 271–296.
Humusica 2, Article 9: Histic humus systems and forms - Specific terms, diagnostic horizons and overview
Zanella, A., De Waal, R., Van Delft, B., Ponge, J. F., Jabiol, B., De Nobili, M., et al. (2018). Humusica 2, Article 9: Histic humus systems and forms – Specific terms, diagnostic horizons and overview. Appl. Soil Ecol., 122(Part 2), 148–153.
Humusica: soil biodiversity and global change
Zanella, A., Ascher-Jenull, J., Ponge, J. F., Bolzonella, C., Banas, D., De Nobili, M., et al. (2018). Humusica: soil biodiversity and global change. Bull. Geogr. Phys. Geogr. Ser., 14.
Microscopy in addition to chemical analyses and ecotoxicological assays for the environmental hazard assessment of coal tar-polluted soils
Lors, C., Ponge, J. F., & Damidot, D. (2018). Microscopy in addition to chemical analyses and ecotoxicological assays for the environmental hazard assessment of coal tar-polluted soils. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25(3), 2594–2602.
Ancestrality and evolution of trait syndromes in finches (Fringillidae)
Ponge, J. F., Zuccon, D., Elias, M., Pavoine, S., Henry, P. - Y., Théry, M., et al. (2017). Ancestrality and evolution of trait syndromes in finches (Fringillidae). Ecol. Evol., 7(23), 9935–9953.
Evolution and transitions in complexity: the science of hierarchical organization in nature. By Gerard A. J. M. Jagers op Akkerhuis
Ponge, J. F. (2017). Evolution and transitions in complexity: the science of hierarchical organization in nature. By Gerard A. J. M. Jagers op Akkerhuis. Bioscience, 67(7), 672–674.
From inselberg to inselberg: floristic patterns across scales in French Guiana (South America)
Sarthou, C., Pavoine, S., Gasc, J. P., de Massary, J. C., & Ponge, J. F. (2017). From inselberg to inselberg: floristic patterns across scales in French Guiana (South America). Flora, 229, 147–158.
Paroles de chercheurs: environnement et interdisciplinarité
Brun, E., Ponge, J. F., & Lefeuvre, J. C. (2017). Paroles de chercheurs: environnement et interdisciplinarité (Quae, Ed.). Science Update. Versailles, France: Quae.
The 'terril' effect: coal mine spoil tips select for collembolan functional traits in post-mining landscapes of northern France
Vanhee, B., Salmon, S., Devigne, C., Leprêtre, A., Deharveng, L., & Ponge, J. F. (2017). The 'terril' effect: coal mine spoil tips select for collembolan functional traits in post-mining landscapes of northern France. Appl. Soil Ecol., 121, 90–101.
Le ver de terre: ami ou ennemi?
Ponge, J. F. (2016). Le ver de terre: ami ou ennemi? Forêt Privée, 347, 58–63.
The soil under the microscope: the optical examination of a small area of Scots pine litter (Pinus sylvestris L.)
Ponge, J. F. (2016). The soil under the microscope: the optical examination of a small area of Scots pine litter (Pinus sylvestris L.) (Éditions Universitaires Européennes, Ed.). Sarrebruck, Germany: Éditions Universitaires Européennes.
Collembolan preferences for soil and microclimate in forest and pasture communities
Heiniger, C., Barot, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Meriguet, J., Carmignac, D., et al. (2015). Collembolan preferences for soil and microclimate in forest and pasture communities. Soil Biol. Biochem., 86, 181–192.
Soil macrofaunal communities are heterogeneous in heathlands with different grazing intensity
Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Benoist, A., & Geoffroy, J. J. (2015). Soil macrofaunal communities are heterogeneous in heathlands with different grazing intensity. Pedosphere, 25(4), 524–533.
The soil as an ecosystem
Ponge, J. F. (2015). The soil as an ecosystem. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 51(6), 645–648.
[What is humus layer, the hotspot of soil biological activities?] (in Japanese, translated from English by Keiko Mori)
Ponge, J. F. (2015). [What is humus layer, the hotspot of soil biological activities?] (in Japanese, translated from English by Keiko Mori). Milsil, 8(5), 12–14.
A new method to measure allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) concentrations in mustard-Comparison of AITC and commercial mustard solutions as earthworm extractants
Pélosi, C., Chiron, F., Dubs, F., Hedde, M., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., et al. (2014). A new method to measure allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) concentrations in mustard-Comparison of AITC and commercial mustard solutions as earthworm extractants. Appl. Soil Ecol., 80, 1–5.
A thesaurus for soil invertebrate trait-based approaches
Pey, B., Laporte, M. A., Nahmani, J., Auclerc, A., Capowiez, Y., Caro, G., et al. (2014). A thesaurus for soil invertebrate trait-based approaches. Plos One, 9(10), e108985.
Current use of and future needs for soil invertebrate functional traits in community ecology
Pey, B., Nahmani, J., Auclerc, A., Capowiez, Y., Cluzeau, D., Cortet, J., et al. (2014). Current use of and future needs for soil invertebrate functional traits in community ecology. Basic Appl. Ecol., 15(3), 194–206.
Effect of habitat spatiotemporal structure on collembolan diversity
Heiniger, C., Barot, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Botton-Divet, L., Carmignac, D., et al. (2014). Effect of habitat spatiotemporal structure on collembolan diversity. Pedobiologia, 57(2), 103–117.
Foraging patterns of soil springtails are impacted by food resources
Chauvat, M., Perez, G., & Ponge, J. F. (2014). Foraging patterns of soil springtails are impacted by food resources. Appl. Soil Ecol., 82, 72–77.
Linking species, traits and habitat characteristics of Collembola at European scale
Salmon, S., Ponge, J. F., Gachet, S., Deharveng, L., Lefebvre, N., & Delabrosse, F. (2014). Linking species, traits and habitat characteristics of Collembola at European scale. Soil Biol. Biochem., 75, 73–85.
Species living in harsh environments have low clade rank and are localized on former Laurasian continents: a case study of Willemia (Collembola)
Prinzing, A., D'Haese, C. A., Pavoine, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2014). Species living in harsh environments have low clade rank and are localized on former Laurasian continents: a case study of Willemia (Collembola). J. Biogeogr., 41(2), 353–365.
The impact of parent material, climate, soil type and vegetation on Venetian forest humus forms: a direct gradient approach
Ponge, J. F., Sartori, G., Garlato, A., Ungaro, F., Zanella, A., Jabiol, B., et al. (2014). The impact of parent material, climate, soil type and vegetation on Venetian forest humus forms: a direct gradient approach. Geoderma, 226, 290–299.
The structural links between ecology, evolution, and ethics: the virtuous epistemic circle. By Donato Bergandi
Ponge, J. F. (2014). The structural links between ecology, evolution, and ethics: the virtuous epistemic circle. By Donato Bergandi. Bioscience, 64(3), 253–254.
A proposal for including humus forms in the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB-FAO)
Jabiol, B., Zanella, A., Ponge, J. F., Sartori, G., Englisch, M., Van Delft, B., et al. (2013). A proposal for including humus forms in the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB-FAO). Geoderma, 192, 286–294.
Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields
Chateil, C., Goldringer, I., Tarallo, L., Kerbiriou, C., Le Viol, I., Ponge, J. F., et al. (2013). Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 171(May 1), 25–32.
Disturbances, organisms and ecosystems: a global change perspective
Ponge, J. F. (2013). Disturbances, organisms and ecosystems: a global change perspective. Ecol. Evol., 3(4), 1113–1124.
Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure
Feer, F., Ponge, J. F., Jouard, S., & Gomez, D. (2013). Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure. Ecol. Res., 28(1), 93–102.
Plant-soil feedbacks mediated by humus forms: a review
Ponge, J. F. (2013). Plant-soil feedbacks mediated by humus forms: a review. Soil Biol. Biochem., 57, 1048–1060.
Reduction of pesticide use can increase earthworm populations in wheat crops in a European temperate region
Pélosi, C., Toutous, L., Chiron, F., Dubs, F., Hedde, M., Muratet, A., et al. (2013). Reduction of pesticide use can increase earthworm populations in wheat crops in a European temperate region. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 181, 223–230.
Spatial and taxonomic correlates of species and species trait assemblages in soil invertebrate communities
Ponge, J. F., & Salmon, S. (2013). Spatial and taxonomic correlates of species and species trait assemblages in soil invertebrate communities. Pedobiologia, 56(3), 129–136.
The impact of agricultural practices on soil biota: a regional study
Ponge, J. F., Pérès, G., Guernion, M., Ruiz-Camacho, N., Cortet, J., Pernin, C., et al. (2013). The impact of agricultural practices on soil biota: a regional study. Soil Biol. Biochem., 67, 271–284.
Comparison of a bioremediation process of PAHs in a PAH-contaminated soil at field and laboratory scales
Lors, C., Damidot, D., Ponge, J. F., & Périé, F. (2012). Comparison of a bioremediation process of PAHs in a PAH-contaminated soil at field and laboratory scales. Environ. Pollut., 165, 11–17.
Influence of the spatial variability of soil type and tree colonization on the dynamics of Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench in managed heathland
Mobaied, S., Ponge, J. F., Salmon, S., Lalanne, A., & Riera, B. (2012). Influence of the spatial variability of soil type and tree colonization on the dynamics of Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench in managed heathland. Ecol. Complex., 11, 118–125.
Metal immobilization and soil amendment efficiency at a contaminated sediment landfill site: a field study focusing on plants, springtails, and bacteria
Bert, V., Lors, C., Ponge, J. F., Caron, L., Biaz, A., Dazy, M., et al. (2012). Metal immobilization and soil amendment efficiency at a contaminated sediment landfill site: a field study focusing on plants, springtails, and bacteria. Environ. Pollut., 169, 1–11.
Species traits and habitats in springtail communities: a regional scale study
Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2012). Species traits and habitats in springtail communities: a regional scale study. Pedobiologia, 55(6), 295–301.
A European morpho-functional classification of humus forms
Zanella, A., Jabiol, B., Ponge, J. F., Sartori, G., De Waal, R., Van Delft, B., et al. (2011). A European morpho-functional classification of humus forms. Geoderma, 164(3-4), 138–145.
Comparison of solid and liquid-phase bioassays using ecoscores to assess contaminated soils
Lors, C., Ponge, J. F., Martínez Aldaya, M., & Damidot, D. (2011). Comparison of solid and liquid-phase bioassays using ecoscores to assess contaminated soils. Environ Pollut., 159(10), 2974–2981.
Does moder development along a pure beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) chronosequence result from changes in litter production or in decomposition rates?
Trap, J., Bureau, F., Brêthes, A., Jabiol, B., Ponge, J. F., Chauvat, M., et al. (2011). Does moder development along a pure beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) chronosequence result from changes in litter production or in decomposition rates? Soil Biol. Biochem., 43(7), 1490–1497.
Early degradation of plant alkanes in soils: a litterbag experiment using C-13-labelled leaves
Nguyen Tu, T. T., Egasse, C., Zeller, B., Bardoux, G., Biron, P., Ponge, J. F., et al. (2011). Early degradation of plant alkanes in soils: a litterbag experiment using C-13-labelled leaves. Soil Biol. Biochem., 43(11), 2222–2228.
Geology and climate conditions affect more humus forms than forest canopies at large scale in temperate forests
Ponge, J. F., Jabiol, B., & Gégout, J. C. (2011). Geology and climate conditions affect more humus forms than forest canopies at large scale in temperate forests. Geoderma, 162(1-2), 187–195.
Les tourbières franciliennes méconnues
Ponge, J. F., & Herbuveaux, G. (2011). Les tourbières franciliennes méconnues. Liaison IDFE, 136, 17.
Assessment of movement patterns in Folsomia candida (Hexapoda: Collembola) in the presence of food
Auclerc, A., Libourel, P. A., Salmon, S., Bels, V., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). Assessment of movement patterns in Folsomia candida (Hexapoda: Collembola) in the presence of food. Soil Biol. Biochem., 42(4), 657–659.
Comparison of solid-phase bioassays and ecoscores to evaluate the toxicity of contaminated soils
Lors, C., Ponge, J. F., Martínez Aldaya, M., & Damidot, D. (2010). Comparison of solid-phase bioassays and ecoscores to evaluate the toxicity of contaminated soils. Environ Pollut., 158(8), 2640–2647.
Decreasing fallow duration in tropical slash-and-burn agriculture alters soil macro invertebrate diversity: a case study in southern French Guiana
Rossi, J. P., Celini, L., Mora, P., Mathieu, J., Lapied, E., Nahmani, J., et al. (2010). Decreasing fallow duration in tropical slash-and-burn agriculture alters soil macro invertebrate diversity: a case study in southern French Guiana. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 135(1-2), 148–154.
Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands?
Maurel, N., Salmon, S., Ponge, J. - F., Machon, N., Moret, J., & Muratet, A. (2010). Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands? Biological Invasions, 12(6), 1709–1719.
Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands?
Maurel, N., Salmon, S., Ponge, J. F., Machon, N., Moret, J., & Muratet, A. (2010). Does the invasive species Reynoutria japonica have an impact on soil and flora in urban wastelands? Biol. Invasions, 12(6), 1709–1719.
Local and regional trends in the ground vegetation of beech forests
Lalanne, A., Bardat, J., Lalanne-Amara, F., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). Local and regional trends in the ground vegetation of beech forests. Flora, 205(7), 484–498.
Stability of plant communities along a tropical inselberg ecotone in French Guiana (South America)
Sarthou, C., Larpin,., Fonty, E., Pavoine, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). Stability of plant communities along a tropical inselberg ecotone in French Guiana (South America). Flora, 205(10), 682–694.
The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest
Dos Santos Neves, N., Feer, F., Salmon, S., Chateil, C., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest. Austral Ecol., 35(5), 549–559.
A 10-year decrease in plant species richness on a neotropical inselberg: detrimental effects of global warming?
Fonty, E., Sarthou, C., Larpin, D., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). A 10-year decrease in plant species richness on a neotropical inselberg: detrimental effects of global warming? Glob. Chang. Biol., 15(10), 2360–2374.
Dynamique du peuplement de Collemboles sous l'effet d'une pollution croissante par des ETM
Gillet, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). Dynamique du peuplement de Collemboles sous l'effet d'une pollution croissante par des ETM. In P. Cambier, C. Schvartz, & F. Van Oort (Eds.), Contaminations métalliques des agrosystèmes et écosystèmes péri-industriels (pp. 219–227). Update Sciences & Technologies. Paris: Quae.
Effets des amendements sur le fonctionnement biologique des sols forestiers: mieux comprendre le rôle de la méso- et de la macrofaune dans l'évolution des humus
Ponge, J. F. (2009). Effets des amendements sur le fonctionnement biologique des sols forestiers: mieux comprendre le rôle de la méso- et de la macrofaune dans l'évolution des humus. Rev. For. Fr., 61(3), 217–222.
Experimental assessment of habitat preference and dispersal ability of soil springtails
Auclerc, A., Ponge, J. F., Barot, S., & Dubs, F. (2009). Experimental assessment of habitat preference and dispersal ability of soil springtails. Soil Biol. Biochem., 41(8), 1596–1604.
Intégration de la biodiversité des sols dans les réseaux de surveillance de la qualité des sols: exemple du programme pilote à l'échelle régionale, le RMQS BioDiv
Cluzeau, D., Pérès, G., Guernion, M., Chaussod, R., Cortet, J., Fargette, M., et al. (2009). Intégration de la biodiversité des sols dans les réseaux de surveillance de la qualité des sols: exemple du programme pilote à l'échelle régionale, le RMQS BioDiv. Étude Gestion Sols, 16(3-4), 187–201.
L'air du sol, c'est la vie de la forêt
Ponge, J. F., & Bartoli, M. (2009). L'air du sol, c'est la vie de la forêt. Forêt Privée, 307, 63–70.
Nested variation of soil arthropod communities in isolated patches of vegetation on a rocky outcrop
Kounda-Kiki, C., Célini, L., Ponge, J. F., Mora, P., & Sarthou, C. (2009). Nested variation of soil arthropod communities in isolated patches of vegetation on a rocky outcrop. Soil Biol. Biochem., 41(2), 323–329.
Successional patterns on tropical inselbergs: a case study on the Nouragues inselberg (French Guiana)
Sarthou, C., Kounda-Kiki, C., Vaçulik, A., Mora, P., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). Successional patterns on tropical inselbergs: a case study on the Nouragues inselberg (French Guiana). Flora, 204(5), 396–407.
The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil
Pouvelle, S., Jouard, S., Feer, F., Tully, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil. J. Trop. Ecol., 25(3), 239–248.
The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil
Pouvelle, S., Jouard, S., Feer, F., Tully, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil. J. Trop. Ecol., 25(3), 239–248.
The state of change of Erica scoparia L. heathland through cattle grazing and oak colonisation
Gachet, S., Sarthou, C., Bardat, J., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). The state of change of Erica scoparia L. heathland through cattle grazing and oak colonisation. Rev. Ecol., 64(1), 3–17.
Toward a European humus forms reference base
Zanella, A., Jabiol, B., Ponge, J. F., Sartori, G., De Waal, R., Van Delft, B., et al. (2009). Toward a European humus forms reference base. Studi Trentini, 85, 145–151.
Tree influence on soil biological activity: what can be inferred from the optical examination of humus profiles?
Mori, K., Bernier, N., Kosaki, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). Tree influence on soil biological activity: what can be inferred from the optical examination of humus profiles? Eur. J. Soil Biol., 45(4), 290–300.
Typologie des formes d'humus forestières (sous climats tempérés)
Jabiol, B., Brêthes, A., Brun, J. J., Ponge, J. F., Toutain, F., Zanella, A., et al. (2009). Typologie des formes d'humus forestières (sous climats tempérés). In D. Baize, & M. C. Girard (Eds.), Référentiel pédologique 2008 (pp. 327–355). Savoir-faire. Versailles: Quae.
Humus components and soil biogenic structures in Norway spruce ecosystems
Galvan, P., Ponge, J. F., Chersich, S., & Zanella, A. (2008). Humus components and soil biogenic structures in Norway spruce ecosystems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 72(2), 548–557.
Humus profiles and successional development in a rock savanna (Nouragues inselberg, French Guiana): a micro-morphological approach infers fire as a disturbance event
Kounda-Kiki, C., Ponge, J. F., Mora, P., & Sarthou, C. (2008). Humus profiles and successional development in a rock savanna (Nouragues inselberg, French Guiana): a micro-morphological approach infers fire as a disturbance event. Pedobiologia, 52(2), 85–95.
Litter N-content influences soil millipede abundance, species richness and feeding preferences in a semi-evergreen dry forest of Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles)
Loranger-Merciris, G., Imbert, D., Bernhard-Reversat, F., Lavelle, P., & Ponge, J. F. (2008). Litter N-content influences soil millipede abundance, species richness and feeding preferences in a semi-evergreen dry forest of Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles). Biol. Fertil. Soils, 45(1), 93–98.
Opposite responses of vascular plant and moss communities to changes in humus form, as expressed by the Humus Index
Lalanne, A., Bardat, J., Lalanne-Amara, F., Gautrot, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2008). Opposite responses of vascular plant and moss communities to changes in humus form, as expressed by the Humus Index. J. Veg. Sci., 19(5), 645–652.
Short-term responses of two collembolan communities after abrupt environmental perturbation: a field experimental approach
Ponge, J. F., Tully, T., & Gins, A. (2008). Short-term responses of two collembolan communities after abrupt environmental perturbation: a field experimental approach. Pedobiologia, 52(1), 19–28.
Topsoil as affected by dung deposition under resting places of red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus)
Pouvelle, S., Feer, F., & Ponge, J. F. (2008). Topsoil as affected by dung deposition under resting places of red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus). Pedosphere, 18(6), 691–698.
Formaldehyde hyperbaric fixation
Clique, A., Ponge, J. F., Sellos, Y. D., & Especel, D. (2007). Formaldehyde hyperbaric fixation. Collection Forum, 22(1-2), 37–44.
Formol et fixation: nouvelle donne, nouvelles approches...
Clique, A., Ponge, J. F., Le Gal, Y., & Especel, D. (2007). Formol et fixation: nouvelle donne, nouvelles approches... Lett. OCIM, 114, 23–29.
Humus structure during a spruce forest rotation: quantitative changes and relationship to soil biota
Chauvat, M., Ponge, J. F., & Wolters, V. (2007). Humus structure during a spruce forest rotation: quantitative changes and relationship to soil biota. Eur. J. Soil Sci., 58(3), 625–631.
L'humus sous toutes ses formes, deuxième édition
Jabiol, B., Brêthes, A., Ponge, J. F., Toutain, F., & Brun, J. J. (2007). L'humus sous toutes ses formes, deuxième édition (des E. et des F. École Nationale du Génie Rural, Ed.) (Deuxième édition ed.). Nancy, France: École Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts.
Soil fauna abundance and diversity in a secondary semi-evergreen forest in Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles): influence of soil type and dominant tree species
Loranger-Merciris, G., Imbert, D., Bernhard-Reversat, F., Ponge, J. F., & Lavelle, P. (2007). Soil fauna abundance and diversity in a secondary semi-evergreen forest in Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles): influence of soil type and dominant tree species. Biol. Fert. Soils, 44(2), 269–276.
An optical analysis of the organic soil over an old petroleum tar deposit
Gillet, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). An optical analysis of the organic soil over an old petroleum tar deposit. Geoderma, 134(1-2), 17–23.
Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of pollution
Martínez Aldaya, M., Lors, C., Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of pollution. Environ. Pollut., 140(1), 173–180.
Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of soil pollution
Aldaya, M. M., Lors, C., Salmon, S., & Ponge, J. - F. (2006). Avoidance bio-assays may help to test the ecological significance of soil pollution. Environmental pollution (Barking, 140(1), 173–80.
Avoidance of low doses of naphthalene by Collembola
Boitaud, L., Salmon, S., Bourlette, C., & Ponge, J. F. (2006). Avoidance of low doses of naphthalene by Collembola. Environ. Pollut., 139(3), 451–454.
Biological diversity and function in soils. By Richard D. Bardgett, Michael B. Usher & David W. Hopkins
Ponge, J. F. (2006). Biological diversity and function in soils. By Richard D. Bardgett, Michael B. Usher & David W. Hopkins. Eur. J. Soil Sci., 57(6), 624–925.
Changes in Collembola richness and diversity along a gradient of land-use intensity: a pan European study
Sousa, J. P., Bolger, T., da Gama, M. M., Lukkari, T., Ponge, J. F., Simon, C., et al. (2006). Changes in Collembola richness and diversity along a gradient of land-use intensity: a pan European study. Pedobiologia, 50(2), 147–156.
Decreased biodiversity in soil springtail communities: the importance of dispersal and landuse history in heterogeneous landscapes
Ponge, J. F., Dubs, F., Gillet, S., Sousa, J. P., & Lavelle, P. (2006). Decreased biodiversity in soil springtail communities: the importance of dispersal and landuse history in heterogeneous landscapes. Soil Biol. Biochem., 38(5), 1158–1161.

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Vuarin, P., Henry, P. - Y., Perret, M., & Pifferi, F. (2016). Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm. Physiol Biochem Zool, 89(6), 536–545.
Cytokine and Antioxidant Regulation in the Intestine of the Gray Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus) During Torpor
Tessier, S. N., Katzenback, B. A., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., & Storey, K. B. (2015). Cytokine and Antioxidant Regulation in the Intestine of the Gray Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus) During Torpor. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 127–135.
Induction of Antioxidant and Heat Shock Protein Responses During Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Wu, C. - W., Biggar, K. K., Zhang, J., Tessier, S. N., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Induction of Antioxidant and Heat Shock Protein Responses During Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 119–126.
Long-chain n-3 PUFAs from fish oil enhance resting state brain glucose utilization and reduce anxiety in an adult nonhuman primate, the grey mouse lemur
Pifferi, F., Dorieux, O., Castellano, C. - A., Croteau, E., Masson, M., Guillermier, M., et al. (2015). Long-chain n-3 PUFAs from fish oil enhance resting state brain glucose utilization and reduce anxiety in an adult nonhuman primate, the grey mouse lemur. J Lipid Res, 56(8), 1511–1518.
Modulation of Gene Expression in Key Survival Pathways During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Modulation of Gene Expression in Key Survival Pathways During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 111–118.
On-Going Frontal Alpha Rhythms Are Dominant in Passive State and Desynchronize in Active State in Adult Gray Mouse Lemurs
Infarinato, F., Rahman, A., Del Percio, C., Lamberty, Y., Bordet, R., Richardson, J. C., et al. (2015). On-Going Frontal Alpha Rhythms Are Dominant in Passive State and Desynchronize in Active State in Adult Gray Mouse Lemurs. PLoS One, 10(11), e0143719.
Primate Torpor: Regulation of Stress-activated Protein Kinases During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Primate Torpor: Regulation of Stress-activated Protein Kinases During Daily Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 81–90.
Regulation of the PI3K/AKT Pathway and Fuel Utilization During Primate Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus
Tessier, S. N., Zhang, J., Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Regulation of the PI3K/AKT Pathway and Fuel Utilization During Primate Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 91–102.
Regulation of Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur: Transcriptional and Translational Controls and Role of AMPK Signaling
Zhang, J., Tessier, S. N., Biggar, K. K., Wu, C. - W., Pifferi, F., Perret, M., et al. (2015). Regulation of Torpor in the Gray Mouse Lemur: Transcriptional and Translational Controls and Role of AMPK Signaling. Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics, 13(2), 103–110.
Memantine prevents reference and working memory impairment caused by sleep deprivation in both young and aged Octodon degus
Tarragon, E., Lopez, D., Estrada, C., Gonzalez-Cuello, A., Ros, C. M., Lamberty, Y., et al. (2014). Memantine prevents reference and working memory impairment caused by sleep deprivation in both young and aged Octodon degus. Neuropharmacology, 85, 206–14.
Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate
Vuarin, P., Henry, P. Y., Guesnet, P., Alessandri, J. M., Aujard, F., Perret, M., et al. (2014). Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate. Journal Of Thermal Biology, 43, 81–88.
Cell Clocks and Neuronal Networks: Neuron Ticking and Synchronization in Aging and Aging-Related Neurodegenerative Disease
Bonaconsa, M., Colavito, V., Pifferi, F., Aujard, F., Schenker, E., Dix, S., et al. (2013). Cell Clocks and Neuronal Networks: Neuron Ticking and Synchronization in Aging and Aging-Related Neurodegenerative Disease. Current Alzheimer Research, 10(6), 597–608.
Effects of pharmacological agents, sleep deprivation, hypoxia and transcranial magnetic stimulation on electroencephalographic rhythms in rodents: Towards translational challenge models for drug discovery in Alzheimer's disease
Babiloni, C., Infarinato, F., Aujard, F., Bastlund, J. F., Bentivoglio, M., Bertini, G., et al. (2013). Effects of pharmacological agents, sleep deprivation, hypoxia and transcranial magnetic stimulation on electroencephalographic rhythms in rodents: Towards translational challenge models for drug discovery in Alzheimer's disease. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(3), 437–451.
Effects of resveratrol on daily rhythms of locomotor activity and body temperature in young and aged grey mouse lemurs
Pifferi, F., Dal-Pan, A., Languille, S., & Aujard, F. (2013). Effects of resveratrol on daily rhythms of locomotor activity and body temperature in young and aged grey mouse lemurs. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2013, 187301.
Experimental sleep deprivation as a tool to test memory deficits in rodents
Colavito, V., Fabene, P. F., Grassi-Zucconi, G., Pifferi, F., Lamberty, Y., Bentivoglio, M., et al. (2013). Experimental sleep deprivation as a tool to test memory deficits in rodents. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 7, 106.
Octodon degus: A Model for the Cognitive Impairment Associated with Alzheimer's Disease
Tarragon, E., Lopez, D., Estrada, C., Ana, G. - C., Schenker, E., Pifferi, F., et al. (2013). Octodon degus: A Model for the Cognitive Impairment Associated with Alzheimer's Disease. Cns Neuroscience & Therapeutics, 19(9), 643–648.
Resveratrol in mammals: effects on aging biomarkers, age-related diseases, and life span
Marchal, J., Pifferi, F., & Aujard, F. (2013). Resveratrol in mammals: effects on aging biomarkers, age-related diseases, and life span. Resveratrol And Health, 1290, 67–73.
Sleep Deprivation Impairs Spatial Retrieval but Not Spatial Learning in the Non-Human Primate Grey Mouse Lemur
Rahman, A., Languille, S., Lamberty, Y., Babiloni, C., Perret, M., Bordet, R., et al. (2013). Sleep Deprivation Impairs Spatial Retrieval but Not Spatial Learning in the Non-Human Primate Grey Mouse Lemur. Plos One, 8(5).
Effect of dietary fish oil supplementation on the exploratory activity, emotional status and spatial memory of the aged mouse lemur, a non-human primate
Languille, S., Aujard, F., & Pifferi, F. (2012). Effect of dietary fish oil supplementation on the exploratory activity, emotional status and spatial memory of the aged mouse lemur, a non-human primate. Behavioural Brain Research, 235(2), 280–286.
Effects of Chronic Calorie Restriction or Dietary Resveratrol Supplementation on Insulin Sensitivity Markers in a Primate, Microcebus murinus
Marchal, J., Blanc, S., Epelbaum, J., Aujard, F., & Pifferi, F. (2012). Effects of Chronic Calorie Restriction or Dietary Resveratrol Supplementation on Insulin Sensitivity Markers in a Primate, Microcebus murinus. Plos One, 7(3).
Fatty Acid Composition of the Brain, Retina, Liver and Adipose Tissue of the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus, Primate)
Pifferi, F., Perret, M., Guesnet, P., Aujard, F., & Alessandri, J. - M. (2012). Fatty Acid Composition of the Brain, Retina, Liver and Adipose Tissue of the Grey Mouse Lemur (Microcebus murinus, Primate). Lipids, 47(8), 793–801.
The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies
Languille, S., Blanc, S., Blin, O., Canale, C. I., Dal-Pan, A., Devau, G., et al. (2012). The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies. Ageing Research Reviews, 11(1), 150–162.
Brain fuel metabolism, aging, and Alzheimer's disease
Cunnane, S., Nugent, S., Roy, M., Courchesne-Loyer, A., Croteau, E., Tremblay, S., et al. (2011). Brain fuel metabolism, aging, and Alzheimer's disease. Nutrition, 27(1), 3–20.
Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus
Dal-Pan, A., Terrien, J., Pifferi, F., Botalla, R., Hardy, I., Marchal, J., et al. (2011). Caloric restriction or resveratrol supplementation and ageing in a non-human primate: first-year outcome of the RESTRIKAL study in Microcebus murinus. Age, 33(1), 15–31.
Cognitive Performances Are Selectively Enhanced during Chronic Caloric Restriction or Resveratrol Supplementation in a Primate
Dal-Pan, A., Pifferi, F., Marchal, J., Picq, J. - L., & Aujard, F. (2011). Cognitive Performances Are Selectively Enhanced during Chronic Caloric Restriction or Resveratrol Supplementation in a Primate. Plos One, 6(1).
Growing old... in rhythm
Pifferi, F., & Aujard, F. (2011). Growing old... in rhythm. Biofutur, (325), 46–48.
Mild experimental ketosis increases brain uptake of C-11-acetoacetate and F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose: a dual-tracer PET imaging study in rats
Pifferi, F., Tremblay, S., Croteau, E., Fortier, M., Tremblay-Mercier, J., Lecomte, R., et al. (2011). Mild experimental ketosis increases brain uptake of C-11-acetoacetate and F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose: a dual-tracer PET imaging study in rats. Nutritional Neuroscience, 14(2), 51–58.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Fish Oil Lower Anxiety, Improve Cognitive Functions and Reduce Spontaneous Locomotor Activity in a Non-Human Primate
Vinot, N., Jouin, M., Lhomme-Duchadeuil, A., Guesnet, P., Alessandri, J. - M., Aujard, F., et al. (2011). Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Fish Oil Lower Anxiety, Improve Cognitive Functions and Reduce Spontaneous Locomotor Activity in a Non-Human Primate. Plos One, 6(6).
Resveratrol Dietary Supplementation Shortens the Free-Running Circadian Period and Decreases Body Temperature in a Prosimian Primate
Pifferi, F., Dal-Pan, A., Menaker, M., & Aujard, F. (2011). Resveratrol Dietary Supplementation Shortens the Free-Running Circadian Period and Decreases Body Temperature in a Prosimian Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 26(3), 271–275.
Image-derived input function in dynamic human PET/CT: methodology and validation with C-11-acetate and F-18-fluorothioheptadecanoic acid in muscle and F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose in brain
Croteau, E., Lavallee, E., Labbe, S. M., Hubert, L., Pifferi, F., Rousseau, J. A., et al. (2010). Image-derived input function in dynamic human PET/CT: methodology and validation with C-11-acetate and F-18-fluorothioheptadecanoic acid in muscle and F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose in brain. European Journal Of Nuclear Medicine And Molecular Imaging, 37(8), 1539–1550.
n-3 long-chain fatty acids and regulation of glucose transport in two models of rat brain endothelial cells
Pifferi, F., Jouin, M., Alessandri, J. - M., Roux, F., Perriere, N., Langelier, B., et al. (2010). n-3 long-chain fatty acids and regulation of glucose transport in two models of rat brain endothelial cells. Neurochemistry International, 56(5), 703–710.
Eicosapentaenoic acid decreases, postprandial beta-hydroxybutyrate and free fatty acid responses in healthy young and elderly
Plourde, M., Tremblay-Mercier, J., Fortier, M., Pifferi, F., & Cunnane, S. C. (2009). Eicosapentaenoic acid decreases, postprandial beta-hydroxybutyrate and free fatty acid responses in healthy young and elderly. Nutrition, 25(3), 289–294.
PET study of C-11-acetoacetate kinetics in rat brain during dietary treatments affecting ketosis
Bentourkia, M. 'hamed, Tremblay, S., Pifferi, F., Rousseau, J., Lecomte, R., & Cunnane, S. (2009). PET study of C-11-acetoacetate kinetics in rat brain during dietary treatments affecting ketosis. American Journal Of Physiology-Endocrinology And Metabolism, 296(4), E796–E801.
Ketones and brain function: Possible link to polyunsaturated fatty acids and availability of a new brain PET tracer, C-11-acetoacetate
Pifferi, F., Tremblay, S., Plourde, M., Tremblay-Mercier, J., Bentourkia, M. 'hamed, & Cunnane, S. C. (2008). Ketones and brain function: Possible link to polyunsaturated fatty acids and availability of a new brain PET tracer, C-11-acetoacetate. Epilepsia, 49, 76–79.
Unresolved issues in the link between docosahexaenoic acid and Alzheimer's disease
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(n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acid deficiency reduces the expression of both isoforms of the brain glucose transporter GLUT1 in rats
Pifferi, F., Roux, F., Langelier, B., Alessandri, J. M., Vancassel, S., Jouin, M., et al. (2005). (n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acid deficiency reduces the expression of both isoforms of the brain glucose transporter GLUT1 in rats. Journal Of Nutrition, 135(9), 2241–2246.
Cerebral asymmetry and behavioral lateralization in rats chronically lacking n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids
Vancassel, S., Aid, S., Pifferi, F., Morice, E., Nosten-Bertrand, M., Chalon, S., et al. (2005). Cerebral asymmetry and behavioral lateralization in rats chronically lacking n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Biological Psychiatry, 58(10), 805–811.

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Variations in dung beetle assemblages across a gradient of hunting in a tropical forest
Feer, F., & Boissier, O. (2015). Variations in dung beetle assemblages across a gradient of hunting in a tropical forest. Ecological Indicators, 57, 164–170.
Rapid Assessment of Seed Removal and Frugivore Activity as a Tool for Monitoring the Health Status of Tropical Forests
Boissier, O., Bouiges, A., Mendoza, I., Feer, F., & Forget, P. - M. (2014). Rapid Assessment of Seed Removal and Frugivore Activity as a Tool for Monitoring the Health Status of Tropical Forests. Biotropica, 46(5), 633–641.
Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure
Feer, F., Ponge, J. F., Jouard, S., & Gomez, D. (2013). Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure. Ecol. Res., 28(1), 93–102.
Variations in dung beetles assemblages (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) within two rain forest habitats in French Guiana
Feer, F. (2013). Variations in dung beetles assemblages (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) within two rain forest habitats in French Guiana. Revista De Biologia Tropical, 61(2), 753–768.
Are there pitfalls to pitfalls? Dung beetle sampling in French Guiana
Price, D. L., & Feer, F. (2012). Are there pitfalls to pitfalls? Dung beetle sampling in French Guiana. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 12(3), 325–331.
The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest
Dos Santos Neves, N., Feer, F., Salmon, S., Chateil, C., & Ponge, J. F. (2010). The impact of red howler monkey latrines on the distribution of main nutrients and on topsoil profiles in a tropical rain forest. Austral Ecol., 35(5), 549–559.
The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil
Pouvelle, S., Jouard, S., Feer, F., Tully, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil. J. Trop. Ecol., 25(3), 239–248.
The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil
Pouvelle, S., Jouard, S., Feer, F., Tully, T., & Ponge, J. F. (2009). The latrine effect: impact of howler monkeys on the distribution of small seeds in a tropical rain-forest soil. J. Trop. Ecol., 25(3), 239–248.
Dusk light environment optimizes visual perception of conspecifics in a crepuscular horned beetle
Thery, M., Pincebourde, S., & Feer, F. (2008). Dusk light environment optimizes visual perception of conspecifics in a crepuscular horned beetle. Behavioral Ecology, 19(3), 627–634.
Responses of dung beetle assemblages to characteristics of rain forest edges
Feer, F. (2008). Responses of dung beetle assemblages to characteristics of rain forest edges. Ecotropica-Bonn, 14(1), 49–62.
Topsoil as affected by dung deposition under resting places of red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus)
Pouvelle, S., Feer, F., & Ponge, J. F. (2008). Topsoil as affected by dung deposition under resting places of red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus). Pedosphere, 18(6), 691–698.
Evidence for the local depletion of bay duiker Cephalophus dorsalis, within the Ipassa Man and Biosphere Reserve, north-east Gabon
van Vliet, N., Nasi, R., Emmons, L., Feer, F., Mbazza, P., & Bourgarel, M. (2007). Evidence for the local depletion of bay duiker Cephalophus dorsalis, within the Ipassa Man and Biosphere Reserve, north-east Gabon. African Journal Of Ecology, 45(3), 440–443.
Seasonal variation of activity in an assemblage of necrophagous beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabacidae) in a tropical rain forest
Feer, F., & Cerdan, P. (2006). Seasonal variation of activity in an assemblage of necrophagous beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabacidae) in a tropical rain forest. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 61(3), 247–260.
Diel flight activity and ecological segragation within an assemblage of tropical forest dung and carrion beetles
Feer, F., & Pincebourde, S. (2005). Diel flight activity and ecological segragation within an assemblage of tropical forest dung and carrion beetles. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 21, 21–30.
Effects of forest fragmentation on a dung beetle community in French Guiana
Feer, F., & Hingrat, Y. (2005). Effects of forest fragmentation on a dung beetle community in French Guiana. Conservation Biology, 19(4), 1103–1112.
The role of dung beetles as secondary seed dispersers and their effect on plant regeneration in tropical rainforests
Andresen, E., & Feer, F. (2005). The role of dung beetles as secondary seed dispersers and their effect on plant regeneration in tropical rainforests.
Seed fate of two Sapotaceae species in a Guianan rain forest in the context of escape and satiation hypotheses
Chauvet, S., Feer, F., & Forget, P. M. (2004). Seed fate of two Sapotaceae species in a Guianan rain forest in the context of escape and satiation hypotheses. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 20, 1–9.
Spatio-temporal, variations in post-dispersal seed fate
Feer, F., & Forget, P. M. (2002). Spatio-temporal, variations in post-dispersal seed fate. Biotropica, 34(4), 555–566.
[Effects of forest fragmentation on the activity of coprophagous Coleoptera: secondary dispersal of seeds in French Guiana.]
Hingrat, Y., & Feer, F. (2002). [Effects of forest fragmentation on the activity of coprophagous Coleoptera: secondary dispersal of seeds in French Guiana.]. Revue d'Ecologie la Terre et la Vie Supplement, 8, 165–179.
Behaviours of collared and white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu tajacu and T-pecari) in relation to sexual receptivity of the female
Dutertre, C., Dubost, G., Feer, F., Henry, O., & Mauget, R. (2001). Behaviours of collared and white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu tajacu and T-pecari) in relation to sexual receptivity of the female. Acta Theriologica, 46(3), 305–318.
Frugivory and seed dispersal by terrestrial mammals
Feer, F., Henry, O., Forget, P. - M., & Gayot, M. (2001). Frugivory and seed dispersal by terrestrial mammals. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, 227–232.
Mammals of the Nouragues and Lower Aratye areas
Feer, F., & Charles-Dominique, P. (2001). Mammals of the Nouragues and Lower Aratye areas. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, 351–355.
Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species
Forget, P., Feer, F., Chauvet, S., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Bayart, F., et al. (2001). Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species. Monographiae Biologicae, 80, 265–274.
Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species
Forget, P. M., Feer, F., Chauvet, S., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Bayart, F., et al. (2001). Post-dispersal seed removal in four frugivore-dispersed tree species. Nouragues, 80, 265–274.
Recruitment, a multi-stage process with unpredictable result: the case of a Sapotaceasae in French Guianan forest
Feer, F., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Forget, P. M., Bayart, F., & Chauvet, S. (2001). Recruitment, a multi-stage process with unpredictable result: the case of a Sapotaceasae in French Guianan forest. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 56(2), 119–145.
Diet of the lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris L.) in French Guiana
Henry, O., Feer, F., & Sabatier, D. (2000). Diet of the lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris L.) in French Guiana. Biotropica, 32(2), 364–368.
Dung and carrion beetles of the rain forest of French Guiana: composition and structure of the guild
Feer, F. (2000). Dung and carrion beetles of the rain forest of French Guiana: composition and structure of the guild. Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France, 36(1), 29–43.
Effects of dispersal pattern and mammalian herbivores on seedling recruitment for Virola michelii (Myristicaceae) in French Guiana
Forget, P. M., Milleron, T., Feer, F., Henry, O., & Dubost, G. (2000). Effects of dispersal pattern and mammalian herbivores on seedling recruitment for Virola michelii (Myristicaceae) in French Guiana. Biotropica, 32(3), 452–462.
Effects of dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) on seeds dispersed by howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in the French Guianan rain forest
Feer, F. (1999). Effects of dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) on seeds dispersed by howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in the French Guianan rain forest. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 15, 129–142.
Morphology Of Fruits Dispersed By African Forest Elephants
Feer, F. (1995). Morphology Of Fruits Dispersed By African Forest Elephants. African Journal Of Ecology, 33(3), 279–284.
Seed Dispersal In African Forest Ruminants
Feer, F. (1995). Seed Dispersal In African Forest Ruminants. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 11, 683–689.
The potential for sustainable hunting and rearing of game in tropical forests
Feer, F. (1993). The potential for sustainable hunting and rearing of game in tropical forests. Man and the Biosphere Series, 13, 691–708.

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Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure
Feer, F., Ponge, J. F., Jouard, S., & Gomez, D. (2013). Monkey and dung beetle activities influence soil seed bank structure. Ecol. Res., 28(1), 93–102.
Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate
Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Thery, M., Aujard, F., & Perret, M. (2012). Age Affects Photoentrainment in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 27(2), 164–171.
Mutual mate choice in a female-dominant and sexually monomorphic primate
Gomez, D., Huchard, E., Henry, P. Y., & Perret, M. (2012). Mutual mate choice in a female-dominant and sexually monomorphic primate. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 147(3), 370–379.
The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies
Languille, S., Blanc, S., Blin, O., Canale, C. I., Dal-Pan, A., Devau, G., et al. (2012). The grey mouse lemur: A non-human primate model for ageing studies. Ageing Research Reviews, 11(1), 150–162.
Costly help of audiovisual bimodality for female mate choice in a nocturnal anuran (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Thery, M., Gauthier, A. - L., & Lengagne, T. (2011). Costly help of audiovisual bimodality for female mate choice in a nocturnal anuran (Hyla arborea). Behavioral Ecology, 22(4), 889–898.
Multimodal signals in male European treefrog (Hyla arborea) and the influence of population isolation on signal expression
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Thery, M., Lengagne, T., Lena, J. - P., Plenet, S., et al. (2011). Multimodal signals in male European treefrog (Hyla arborea) and the influence of population isolation on signal expression. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 103(3), 633–647.
Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea) (vol 147, pg 1753, 2010)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Derex, M., Plenet, S., Joly, P., et al. (2011). Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea) (vol 147, pg 1753, 2010). Behaviour, 148(3), 403–404.
Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling ducks
Legagneux, P., Thery, M., Guillemain, M., Gomez, D., & Bretagnolle, V. (2010). Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling ducks. Behavioural Processes, 83(3), 324–330.
Hearing is not necessarily believing in nocturnal anurans
Richardson, C., Gomez, D., Durieux, R., Thery, M., Joly, P., Lena, J. - P., et al. (2010). Hearing is not necessarily believing in nocturnal anurans. Biology Letters, 6(5), 633–635.
Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate
Perret, M., Gomez, D., Barbosa, A., Aujard, F., & Thery, M. (2010). Increased Late Night Response to Light Controls the Circadian Pacemaker in a Nocturnal Primate. Journal Of Biological Rhythms, 25(3), 186–196.
Insect Colours and Visual Appearance in the Eyes of Their Predators
Thery, M., & Gomez, D. (2010). Insect Colours and Visual Appearance in the Eyes of Their Predators (Vol. 38).
Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Derex, M., Plenet, S., Joly, P., et al. (2010). Support for a role of colour vision in mate choice in the nocturnal European treefrog (Hyla arborea). Behaviour, 147(13-14), 1753–1768.
Do grooming behaviours affect visual properties of feathers in male domestic canaries, Serinus canaria?
Lenouvel, P., Gomez, D., Thery, M., & Kreutzer, M. (2009). Do grooming behaviours affect visual properties of feathers in male domestic canaries, Serinus canaria? Animal Behaviour, 77(5), 1253–1260.
The role of nocturnal vision in mate choice: females prefer conspicuous males in the European tree frog (Hyla arborea)
Gomez, D., Richardson, C., Lengagne, T., Plenet, S., Joly, P., Lena, J. - P., et al. (2009). The role of nocturnal vision in mate choice: females prefer conspicuous males in the European tree frog (Hyla arborea). Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 276(1666), 2351–2358.
Female canary mate preferences: differential use of information from two types of male-male interaction
Amy, M., Monbureau, M., Durand, C., Gomez, D., Thery, M., & Leboucher, G. (2008). Female canary mate preferences: differential use of information from two types of male-male interaction. Animal Behaviour, 76, 971–982.
Iridescent structurally based coloration of eyespots correlates with mating success in the peacock
Loyau, A., Gomez, D., Moureau, B., Thery, M., Hart, N. S., Saint Jalme, M., et al. (2007). Iridescent structurally based coloration of eyespots correlates with mating success in the peacock. Behavioral Ecology, 18(6), 1123–1131.
Simultaneous Crypsis and conspicuousness in color patterns: Comparative analysis of a neotropical rainforest bird community
Gomez, D., & Thery, M. (2007). Simultaneous Crypsis and conspicuousness in color patterns: Comparative analysis of a neotropical rainforest bird community. American Naturalist, 169(1), S42–S61.
Inter-acting effects of signalling behaviour, ambient light and plumage colour in a temperate bird, the blue tit Parus caeruleus
Moyen, F., Gomez, D., Doutrelant, C., Pierson, J., & Thery, M. (2006). Inter-acting effects of signalling behaviour, ambient light and plumage colour in a temperate bird, the blue tit Parus caeruleus. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie, 61(4), 367–382.
Specific color sensitivities of prey and predator explain camouflage in different visual systems
Thery, M., Debut, M., Gomez, D., & Casas, J. (2005). Specific color sensitivities of prey and predator explain camouflage in different visual systems. Behavioral Ecology, 16(1), 25–29.
Influence of ambient light on the evolution of colour signals: comparative analysis of a Neotropical rainforest bird community
Gomez, D., & Thery, M. (2004). Influence of ambient light on the evolution of colour signals: comparative analysis of a Neotropical rainforest bird community. Ecology Letters, 7(4), 279–284.

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Implantation of subcutaneous heart rate data loggers in southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina).
Chaise, L. L., Paterson, W., Laske, T. G., Gallon, S. L., McCafferty, D. J., Théry, M., et al. (2017). Implantation of subcutaneous heart rate data loggers in southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina). Polar Biology, .
The different breeding strategies of penguins: a review
Ancel, A., Beaulieu, M., & Gilbert, C. (2013). The different breeding strategies of penguins: a review. C R Biol, 336(1), 1–12.
Ageing alters spider orb-web construction
Anotaux, M., Marchal, J., Chaline, N., Desquilbet, L., Leborgne, R., Gilbert, C., et al. (2012). Ageing alters spider orb-web construction. Animal Behaviour, 84(5), 1113–1121.
Private heat for public warmth: how huddling shapes individual thermogenic responses of rabbit pups
Gilbert, C., McCafferty, D. J., Giroud, S., Ancel, A., & Blanc, S. (2012). Private heat for public warmth: how huddling shapes individual thermogenic responses of rabbit pups. PLoS One, 7(3), e33553.
Differential muscular myosin heavy chain expression of the pectoral and pelvic girdles during early growth in the king penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) chick
Erbrech, A., Robin, J. - P., Guerin, N., Groscolas, R., Gilbert, C., & Martrette, J. - M. (2011). Differential muscular myosin heavy chain expression of the pectoral and pelvic girdles during early growth in the king penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) chick. J Exp Biol, 214(Pt 11), 1829–1835.
One for all and all for one: the energetic benefits of huddling in endotherms
Gilbert, C., McCafferty, D., Le Maho, Y., Martrette, J. - M., Giroud, S., Blanc, S., et al. (2010). One for all and all for one: the energetic benefits of huddling in endotherms. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 85(3), 545–569.
The Grey Mouse Lemur Uses Season-Dependent Fat or Protein Sparing Strategies to Face Chronic Food Restriction
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Stein, P., Goudable, J., Aujard, F., Gilbert, C., et al. (2010). The Grey Mouse Lemur Uses Season-Dependent Fat or Protein Sparing Strategies to Face Chronic Food Restriction. Plos One, 5(1).
The grey mouse lemur uses season-dependent fat or protein sparing strategies to face chronic food restriction
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Stein, P., Goudable, J., Aujard, F., Gilbert, C., et al. (2010). The grey mouse lemur uses season-dependent fat or protein sparing strategies to face chronic food restriction. PLoS One, 5(1), e8823.
Dietary palmitate and linoleate oxidations, oxidative stress, and DNA damage differ according to season in mouse lemurs exposed to a chronic food deprivation
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Gilbert, C., Zahariev, A., Goudable, J., Le Maho, Y., et al. (2009). Dietary palmitate and linoleate oxidations, oxidative stress, and DNA damage differ according to season in mouse lemurs exposed to a chronic food deprivation. American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 297(4), R950–R959.
Emperor penguin mates: keeping together in the crowd
Ancel, A., Beaulieu, M., Le Maho, Y., & Gilbert, C. (2009). Emperor penguin mates: keeping together in the crowd. Proc Biol Sci, 276(1665), 2163–2169.
Gut hormones in relation to body mass and torpor pattern changes during food restriction and re-feeding in the gray mouse lemur
Giroud, S., Perret, M., Le Maho, Y., Momken, I., Gilbert, C., & Blanc, S. (2009). Gut hormones in relation to body mass and torpor pattern changes during food restriction and re-feeding in the gray mouse lemur. J Comp Physiol B, 179(1), 99–111.
Chronic food shortage and seasonal modulations of daily torpor and locomotor activity in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)
Giroud, S., Blanc, S., Aujard, F., Bertrand, F., Gilbert, C., & Perret, M. (2008). Chronic food shortage and seasonal modulations of daily torpor and locomotor activity in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). American Journal Of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative And Comparative Physiology, 294(6), R1958–R1967.
Energy saving processes in huddling emperor penguins: from experiments to theory
Gilbert, C., Blanc, S., Le Maho, Y., & Ancel, A. (2008). Energy saving processes in huddling emperor penguins: from experiments to theory. J Exp Biol, 211(Pt 1), 1–8.
Body temperature changes induced by huddling in breeding male emperor penguins
Gilbert, C., Maho, Y. L., Perret, M., & Ancel, A. (2007). Body temperature changes induced by huddling in breeding male emperor penguins. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 292(1), R176–85.
Role of huddling on the energetic of growth in a newborn altricial mammal
Gilbert, C., Blanc, S., Giroud, S., Trabalon, M., Le Maho, Y., Perret, M., et al. (2007). Role of huddling on the energetic of growth in a newborn altricial mammal. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 293(2), R867–76.
Huddling behavior in emperor penguins: Dynamics of huddling
Gilbert, C., Robertson, G., Le Maho, Y., Naito, Y., & Ancel, A. (2006). Huddling behavior in emperor penguins: Dynamics of huddling. Physiol Behav, 88(4-5), 479–488.
Cormorants dive through the Polar night
Gremillet, D., Kuntz, G., Gilbert, C., Woakes, A. J., Butler, P. J., & le Maho, Y. (2005). Cormorants dive through the Polar night. Biol Lett, 1(4), 469–471.
Year-round recordings of behavioural and physiological parameters reveal the survival strategy of a poorly insulated diving endotherm during the Arctic winter
Gremillet, D., Kuntz, G., Woakes, A. J., Gilbert, C., Robin, J. - P., Le Maho, Y., et al. (2005). Year-round recordings of behavioural and physiological parameters reveal the survival strategy of a poorly insulated diving endotherm during the Arctic winter. J Exp Biol, 208(Pt 22), 4231–4241.

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The Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Forest-Heathland Communities over 60 Years in Fontainebleau, France
Mobaied, S., Machon, N., Lalanne, A., & Riera, B. (2015). The Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Forest-Heathland Communities over 60 Years in Fontainebleau, France. Ijgi, 4(2), 957–973.
Formulating An Equation For Cameroon Timber Between Tree Diameter And The Total Timber Volume Of Trees
Dorisca, S., de Madron, L. D., Fontez, B., Giraud, A., & Riera, B. (2011). Formulating An Equation For Cameroon Timber Between Tree Diameter And The Total Timber Volume Of Trees. Bois Et Forets Des Tropiques, (308), 87–95.
Structural and floristic typology of the forests in the forest-savanna mosaic of the Lope National Park, Gabon
Palla, F., Picard, N., Abernethy, K. A., Ukizintambara, T., White, E. C., Riera, B., et al. (2011). Structural and floristic typology of the forests in the forest-savanna mosaic of the Lope National Park, Gabon. Plant Ecology And Evolution, 144(3), 255–266.
The use of diachronic spatial approaches and predictive modelling to study the vegetation dynamics of a managed heathland
Mobaied, S., Riera, B., Lalanne, A., Baguette, M., & Machon, N. (2011). The use of diachronic spatial approaches and predictive modelling to study the vegetation dynamics of a managed heathland. Biodiversity And Conservation, 20(1), 73–88.
Floristic diversity under canopy in forest plantation of Mangombe-Edea (Cameroon)
Ngueguim, J. R., Zapfack, L., Youmbi, E., Riera, B., Onana, J., Foahom, B., et al. (2010). Floristic diversity under canopy in forest plantation of Mangombe-Edea (Cameroon). Biotechnologie Agronomie Societe Et Environnement, 14(1), 167–176.
Identification of Amazonian Trees with DNA Barcodes
Gonzalez, M. A., Baraloto, C., Engel, J., Mori, S. A., Petronelli, P., Riera, B., et al. (2009). Identification of Amazonian Trees with DNA Barcodes. Plos One, 4(10).
Interspecific variation in seedling responses to seed limitation and habitat conditions for 14 Neotropical woody species
Norden, N., Chave, J., Belbenoit, P., Caubere, A., Chatelet, P., Forget, P. - M., et al. (2009). Interspecific variation in seedling responses to seed limitation and habitat conditions for 14 Neotropical woody species. Journal Of Ecology, 97(1), 186–197.
Above-ground biomass and productivity in a rain forest of eastern South America
Chave, J., Olivier, J., Bongers, F., Chatelet, P., Forget, P. - M., van der Meer, P., et al. (2008). Above-ground biomass and productivity in a rain forest of eastern South America. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 24, 355–366.
Colonization front of the understorey palm Astrocaryum sciophilum in a pristine rain forest of French Guiana
Charles-Dominique, P., Chave, J., Dubois, M. A., De Granville, J. J., Riera, B., & Vezzoli, C. (2003). Colonization front of the understorey palm Astrocaryum sciophilum in a pristine rain forest of French Guiana. Global Ecology And Biogeography, 12(3), 237–248.
Simulating the long-term response of tropical wet forests to fragmentation
Koehler, P., Chave, J., Riera, B., & Huth, A. (2003). Simulating the long-term response of tropical wet forests to fragmentation. Ecosystems, 6(2), 114–128.
Fast determination of light availability and leaf area index in tropical forests
Cournac, L., Dubois, M. A., Chave, J., & Riera, B. (2002). Fast determination of light availability and leaf area index in tropical forests. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 18, 295–302.
Agreement between floristic and soil organic carbon isotope (C-13/C-12, C-14) indicators of forest invasion of savannas during the last century in Cameroon
Guillet, B., Achoundong, G., Happi, J. Y., Beyala, V. K. K., Bonvallot, J., Riera, B., et al. (2001). Agreement between floristic and soil organic carbon isotope (C-13/C-12, C-14) indicators of forest invasion of savannas during the last century in Cameroon. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 17, 809–832.
Estimation of biomass in a neotropical forest of French Guiana: spatial and temporal variability
Chave, J., Riera, B., & Dubois, M. A. (2001). Estimation of biomass in a neotropical forest of French Guiana: spatial and temporal variability. Journal Of Tropical Ecology, 17, 79–96.
Characterizing a forest mosaic and its dynamics in an evergreen tropical rainforest
Riera, B., Pelissier, R., & Houllier, F. (1998). Characterizing a forest mosaic and its dynamics in an evergreen tropical rainforest. Biotropica, 30(2), 251–260.
Palynological reconstruction of the rain forest in French Guiana during the past 3000 years
Ledru, M. P., Blanc, P., CharlesDominique, P., Fournier, M., Martin, L., Riera, B., et al. (1997). Palynological reconstruction of the rain forest in French Guiana during the past 3000 years. Comptes Rendus De L Academie Des Sciences Serie Ii Fascicule A-Sciences De La Terre Et Des Planetes, 324(6), 469–476.

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Manual function and performance in humans, gorillas, and orangutans during the same tool use task
Bardo, A., Cornette, R., Borel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). Manual function and performance in humans, gorillas, and orangutans during the same tool use task. Am J Phys Anthropol, .
Behavioral and functional strategies during tool use tasks in bonobos
Bardo, A., Borel, A., Meunier, H., Guery, J. - P., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Behavioral and functional strategies during tool use tasks in bonobos. Am J Phys Anthropol, 161(1), 125–140.
Manual abilities in great apes during a tool use task.
Bardo, A., Borel, A., Meunier, H., Guéry, J. - P., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Manual abilities in great apes during a tool use task. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. doi: 10.1002., .
Do bimanual coordination, tool use, and body posture contribute equally to hand preferences in bonobos?
Bardo, A., Pouydebat, E., & Meunier, H. (2015). Do bimanual coordination, tool use, and body posture contribute equally to hand preferences in bonobos? J Hum Evol, 82, 159–169.
Differential Manipulative Strategies in Great Apes during a New Complex Tool Use Task
Bardo, A., Meunier, H., & Pouydebat, E. (2013). Differential Manipulative Strategies in Great Apes during a New Complex Tool Use Task. Folia Primatologica, 84(3-5), 246–247.

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How Aging Affects Grasping Behavior and Pull Strength in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus)
Le Brazidec, M., Herrel, A., Thomas, P., Boulinguez-Ambroise, G., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). How Aging Affects Grasping Behavior and Pull Strength in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus). Int J Primatol, 38(6), 1120–1129.
Manual function and performance in humans, gorillas, and orangutans during the same tool use task
Bardo, A., Cornette, R., Borel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). Manual function and performance in humans, gorillas, and orangutans during the same tool use task. Am J Phys Anthropol, .
The effect of food properties on grasping and manipulation in the aquatic frog Xenopus laevis
Anzeraey, A., Aumont, M., Decamps, T., Herrel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). The effect of food properties on grasping and manipulation in the aquatic frog Xenopus laevis. J Exp Biol, 220(Pt 23), 4486–4491.
Behavioral and functional strategies during tool use tasks in bonobos
Bardo, A., Borel, A., Meunier, H., Guery, J. - P., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Behavioral and functional strategies during tool use tasks in bonobos. Am J Phys Anthropol, 161(1), 125–140.
Determinants of pull strength in captive grey mouse lemurs
Thomas, P., Pouydebat, E., Brazidec, M. L., Aujard, F., & Herrel, A. (2016). Determinants of pull strength in captive grey mouse lemurs. J Zool, 298(2), 77–81.
Exploration Behavior and Morphology are Correlated in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus)
Thomas, P., Herrel, A., Hardy, I., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Exploration Behavior and Morphology are Correlated in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus). Int J Primatol, 37(3), 405–415.
First identification of non-human hand stencils at Wadi Sura II (Egypt): a morphometric study for new insights into rock art symbolism.
Honoré, E., Rakza, T., Deruelle, P., Senut, B., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). First identification of non-human hand stencils at Wadi Sura II (Egypt): a morphometric study for new insights into rock art symbolism. Journal of Archaeological Science 6 (242-247)., .
Hand and Foot Impairments of Wild Adult Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii): consequences on Behavioral and Functional capabilities during Feeding.
Cibot, M., Krief, S., Philippon, J., Couchoud, P., Seguya, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Hand and Foot Impairments of Wild Adult Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii): consequences on Behavioral and Functional capabilities during Feeding. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., .
Holding-on: co-evolution between infant carrying and grasping behaviour in strepsirrhines
Peckre, L., Fabre, A. - C., Wall, C. E., Brewer, D., Ehmke, E., Haring, D., et al. (2016). Holding-on: co-evolution between infant carrying and grasping behaviour in strepsirrhines. Sci Rep, 6, 37729.
Manual abilities in great apes during a tool use task.
Bardo, A., Borel, A., Meunier, H., Guéry, J. - P., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Manual abilities in great apes during a tool use task. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. doi: 10.1002., .
Sequence analysis of grip and manipulation during tool using tasks: a new method to analyze hand use strategies and examine human specificities.
Borel, A., Chèze, L., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Sequence analysis of grip and manipulation during tool using tasks: a new method to analyze hand use strategies and examine human specificities. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 1-25., .
Do bimanual coordination, tool use, and body posture contribute equally to hand preferences in bonobos?
Bardo, A., Pouydebat, E., & Meunier, H. (2015). Do bimanual coordination, tool use, and body posture contribute equally to hand preferences in bonobos? J Hum Evol, 82, 159–169.
Estimating thumb-index finger precision grip and manipulation potential in extant and fossil primates
Feix, T., Kivell, T. L., Pouydebat, E., & Dollar, A. M. (2015). Estimating thumb-index finger precision grip and manipulation potential in extant and fossil primates. J R Soc Interface, 12(106).
Manipulative Abilities for the Same Tool Use Task in Different Species of Primates
Ameline Bardo, Antony Borel, Jean Pascal Guéry, Mathilde Lemaire, Emeline Lempereur, & Emmanuelle Pouydebat. (2015). Manipulative Abilities for the Same Tool Use Task in Different Species of Primates. In Folia Primatologica; International Journal of Primatology (Vol. 86, 243).
Sexual dimorphism in bite force in the grey mouse lemur: Lemur bite force sexual dimorphism
Thomas, P., Pouydebat, E., Hardy, I., Aujard, F., Ross, C. F., & Herrel, A. (2015). Sexual dimorphism in bite force in the grey mouse lemur: Lemur bite force sexual dimorphism. J Zool, 296(2), 133–138.
Strategies of food detection in a captive cathemeral lemur, Eulemur rubriventer.
Perrenoud, M., Herrel, A., Borel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). Strategies of food detection in a captive cathemeral lemur, Eulemur rubriventer. J. Zool., 145(1), 69–75.
Substrate Diameter and Orientation in the Context of Food Type in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus: Implications for the Origins of Grasping in Primates
Toussaint, S., Herrel, A., Ross, C. F., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). Substrate Diameter and Orientation in the Context of Food Type in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus: Implications for the Origins of Grasping in Primates. Int J Primatol, 36(3), 583–604.
The use of substrate diameter and orientation in the context of food type in the mouse lemur, Microcebus murinus: implications for the origins of grasping in primates.
Toussaint, S., Herrel A., Ross, C. F., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). The use of substrate diameter and orientation in the context of food type in the mouse lemur, Microcebus murinus: implications for the origins of grasping in primates. International Journal of Primatology, 36, 583–604.
Grasping in primates: to feed, to move and human specificities.
Pouydebat, E., Fragaszy, D., & Kivell, T. (2014). Grasping in primates: to feed, to move and human specificities. Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d�Anthropologie de Paris, (26), 129–133.
Hand preference in fast-moving versus slow-moving actions in capuchin, Sapajus spp., and squirrel monkeys, Saimiri sciureus
Pouydebat E., Borel A., Chotard H., & Fragaszy D. (2014). Hand preference in fast-moving versus slow-moving actions in capuchin, Sapajus spp., and squirrel monkeys, Saimiri sciureus. Animal Behaviour, 97, 113–123.
Motivation and manipulation capacities of the blue and yellow macaw and the tufted capuchin: a comparative approach
Brunon, A., Bovet, D., Bourgeois, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2014). Motivation and manipulation capacities of the blue and yellow macaw and the tufted capuchin: a comparative approach. Behav Processes, 107, 1–14.
The influence of body posture on the kinematics of prehension in humans and gorillas (Gorilla gorilla)
Reghem, E., Cheze, L., Coppens, Y., & Pouydebat, E. (2014). The influence of body posture on the kinematics of prehension in humans and gorillas (Gorilla gorilla). Exp Brain Res, 232(3), 1047–1056.
Differential Manipulative Strategies in Great Apes during a New Complex Tool Use Task
Bardo, A., Meunier, H., & Pouydebat, E. (2013). Differential Manipulative Strategies in Great Apes during a New Complex Tool Use Task. Folia Primatologica, 84(3-5), 246–247.
Eco-Ethological and Kinematical Approaches to Grasping in Primates
Pouydebat, E., Reghem, E., & Kivell, T. (2013). Eco-Ethological and Kinematical Approaches to Grasping in Primates. Folia Primatologica, 84(3-5), 314.
Food acquisition on arboreal substrates by the grey mouse lemur: implication for primate grasping evolution
Toussaint, S., Reghem, E., Chotard, H., Herrel, A., Ross, C. F., & Pouydebat, E. (2013). Food acquisition on arboreal substrates by the grey mouse lemur: implication for primate grasping evolution. Journal Of Zoology, 291(4), 235–242.
Getting a grip on tetrapod grasping: form, function, and evolution
Sustaita, D., Pouydebat, E., Manzano, A., Abdala, V., Hertel, F., & Herrel, A. (2013). Getting a grip on tetrapod grasping: form, function, and evolution. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 88(2), 380–405.
Getting a grip on the evolution of grasping in musteloid carnivorans: a three-dimensional analysis of forelimb shape
Fabre, A. - C., Cornette, R., Slater, G., Argot, C., Peigne, S., Goswami, A., et al. (2013). Getting a grip on the evolution of grasping in musteloid carnivorans: a three-dimensional analysis of forelimb shape. J Evol Biol, 26(7), 1521–1535.
Grasping�s kinematic in five primates: Lemur catta, Sapajus xanthosternos, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Homo sapiens.
Reghem, E., Chèze, L., Coppens, Y., & Pouydebat, E. (2013). Grasping�s kinematic in five primates: Lemur catta, Sapajus xanthosternos, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Homo sapiens. Journal Of Human Evolution, 65, 303–312.
Hand Use during Non-Locomotor Behaviours in the Wild African Apes
Neufuss, J., Deschner, T., Robbins, M., Pouydebat, E., & Kivell, T. (2013). Hand Use during Non-Locomotor Behaviours in the Wild African Apes. Folia Primatologica, 84(3-5), 307.
How to interpret informal flakes assemblages? Integrating morphological description, usewear and morphometric analysis gave better understanding of the behaviors of anatomically modern human from Song Terus (Indonesia)
Borel, A., Gaillard, C., Moncel, M. - H., Sala, R., Pouydebat, E., Simanjuntak, T., et al. (2013). How to interpret informal flakes assemblages? Integrating morphological description, usewear and morphometric analysis gave better understanding of the behaviors of anatomically modern human from Song Terus (Indonesia). Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 32(4), 630–646.

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Functional integrative analysis of the human hip joint: The three-dimensional orientation of the acetabulum and its relation with the orientation of the femoral neck
Bonneau, N., Baylac, M., Gagey, O., & Tardieu, C. (2014). Functional integrative analysis of the human hip joint: The three-dimensional orientation of the acetabulum and its relation with the orientation of the femoral neck. Journal Of Human Evolution, 69, 55–69.
Pelvic incidence: a predictive factor for three-dimensional acetabular orientation-a preliminary study
Boulay, C., Bollini, G., Legaye, J., Tardieu, C., Prat-Pradal, D., Chabrol, B., et al. (2014). Pelvic incidence: a predictive factor for three-dimensional acetabular orientation-a preliminary study. Anatomy research international, 2014, 594650.
How is sagittal balance acquired during bipedal gait acquisition? Comparison of neonatal and adult pelves in three dimensions. Evolutionary implications
Tardieu, C., Bonneau, N., Hecquet, J., Boulay, C., Marty, C., Legaye, J., et al. (2013). How is sagittal balance acquired during bipedal gait acquisition? Comparison of neonatal and adult pelves in three dimensions. Evolutionary implications. Journal Of Human Evolution, 65(2), 209–222.
A three-dimensional axis for the study of femoral neck orientation
Bonneau, N., Libourel, P. - A., Simonis, C., Puymerail, L., Baylac, M., Tardieu, C., et al. (2012). A three-dimensional axis for the study of femoral neck orientation. Journal Of Anatomy, 221(5), 465–476.
Study of the three-dimensional orientation of the labrum: its relations with the osseous acetabular rim
Bonneau, N., Bouhallier, J., Baylac, M., Tardieu, C., & Gagey, O. (2012). Study of the three-dimensional orientation of the labrum: its relations with the osseous acetabular rim. Journal Of Anatomy, 220(5), 504–513.
Technical note: Shape variability induced by reassembly of human pelvic bones
Bonneau, N., Bouhallier, J., Simonis, C., Baylac, M., Gagey, O., & Tardieu, C. (2012). Technical note: Shape variability induced by reassembly of human pelvic bones. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 148(1), 139–147.
Relationship between sacral pelvic incidence and acetabular orientation
Legaye, J., Duval-Beaupere, G., Barrau, A., Boulay, C., Hecquet, J., Montigny, J. - P., et al. (2011). Relationship between sacral pelvic incidence and acetabular orientation. Hip International, 21(1), 87–97.
Study of Femoral Torsion During Prenatal Growth: Interpretations Associated With the Effects of Intrauterine Pressure
Bonneau, N., Simonis, C., Seringe, R., & Tardieu, C. (2011). Study of Femoral Torsion During Prenatal Growth: Interpretations Associated With the Effects of Intrauterine Pressure. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 145(3), 438–445.
The conditions required for an economic bipedal locomotion. Key role of the pelvic parameter: the sacral incidence angle, growth, evolution and plasticity
Tardieu, C., Bonneau, N., Boulay, C., Hecquet, J., Legaye, J., & Duval-Beau-Pere, G. (2011). The conditions required for an economic bipedal locomotion. Key role of the pelvic parameter: the sacral incidence angle, growth, evolution and plasticity. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 144, 290.
The coxo-femoral joint: insight from the three-dimensional analysis of the labrum
Bonneau, N., Simonis, C., Bouhallier, J., Baylac, M., Gagey, O., & Tardieu, C. (2011). The coxo-femoral joint: insight from the three-dimensional analysis of the labrum. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 144, 94.
Modifications of the locomotor skeleton during gait acquisition in humans: The pelvis as a keystone of functional integration
Tardieu, C., Boulay, C., Duval-Beaupere, G., & Hecquet, J. (2007). Modifications of the locomotor skeleton during gait acquisition in humans: The pelvis as a keystone of functional integration. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1140.
The conditions required for an economic standing position in humans: Key role of the pelvic parameter: The sacral incidence angle. growth, evolution and plasticity of this parameter
Legaye, J., Duval-Beaupere, G., Tardieu, C., & Hecquet, J. (2007). The conditions required for an economic standing position in humans: Key role of the pelvic parameter: The sacral incidence angle. growth, evolution and plasticity of this parameter. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1099.
The pelvis, articular interface between vertebral column and lower limbs. Analysis by the software DE-VISU
Tardieu, C., Hecquet, J., Barrau, A., Loridon, P., Boulay, C., Legaye, J., et al. (2006). The pelvis, articular interface between vertebral column and lower limbs. Analysis by the software DE-VISU. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 5(3-4), 583–595.
Three-dimensional study of pelvic asymmetry on anatomical specimens and its clinical perspectives
Boulay, C., Tardieu, C., Benaim, C., Hecquet, J., Marty, C., Prat-Pradal, D., et al. (2006). Three-dimensional study of pelvic asymmetry on anatomical specimens and its clinical perspectives. Journal Of Anatomy, 208(1), 21–33.
An anatomical and biometrical study of the femoral trochlear groove in the human fetus
Glard, Y., Jouve, J. L., Panuel, M., Adalian, P., Tardieu, C., & Bollini, G. (2005). An anatomical and biometrical study of the femoral trochlear groove in the human fetus. Journal Of Anatomy, 206(4), 411–413.
Anatomic study of femoral patellar groove in fetus
Glard, Y., Jouve, J. L., Garron, E., Adalian, P., Tardieu, C., & Bollini, G. R. (2005). Anatomic study of femoral patellar groove in fetus. Journal Of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 25(3), 305–308.
Anatomical study of the proximal femur in the fetus
Jouve, J. L., Glard, Y., Garron, E., Piercecchi, M. D., Dutour, O., Tardieu, C., et al. (2005). Anatomical study of the proximal femur in the fetus. Journal Of Pediatric Orthopaedics-Part B, 14(2), 105–110.
Strengths and weaknesses of heterochronic hypotheses
Tardieu, C. (2000). Strengths and weaknesses of heterochronic hypotheses. Primatologie, 3, 535–553.
[Ontogenesis/phylogenesis of postcranial characters in man and fossil Hominidae. Functional influence, genetic determinations and interactions.]
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Ontogeny and phylogeny of femoro-tibial characters in humans and hominid fossils: Functional influence and genetic determinism
Tardieu, C. (1999). Ontogeny and phylogeny of femoro-tibial characters in humans and hominid fossils: Functional influence and genetic determinism. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 110(3), 365–377.
Developmental heterochrony in hominid evolution: the arguments of femur ontogeny
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Short adolescence in early hominids: Infantile and adolescent growth of the human femur
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Biomechanical reasons for the divergent morphology of the knee joint and the distal epiphyseal suture in hominoids
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Ontogeny of the knee joint in humans, great apes and fossil hominids: Pelvi-femoral relationships during postnatal growth in humans
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[Homoplasy of the oblique femoral angle in man and large monkeys. Morphogenetic demonstration.]
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Development Of The Femoral Diaphysis In Humans - Functional And Evolutionary Significance
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Early Ontogeny Of The Human Femoral Bicondylar Angle
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Is the bicondylar angle of the femur homologous in man and non human primates? Ontogenetic answer
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New Method Of 3-Dimensional Analysis Of Bipedal Locomotion For The Study Of Displacements Of The Body And Body-Parts Centers Of Mass In Man And Nonhuman-Primates - Evolutionary Framework
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Location of the body center of gravity in Primates and other mammals: implications for the evolution of hominid body shape and bipedalism
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Anatomical Basis of Differences in Locomotor Behavior in Martens: A Comparison of the Forelimb Musculature Between Two Sympatric Species of Martes
Böhmer, C., Fabre, A. - C., Herbin, M., Peigne, S., & Herrel, A. (2018). Anatomical Basis of Differences in Locomotor Behavior in Martens: A Comparison of the Forelimb Musculature Between Two Sympatric Species of Martes. Anat Rec (Hoboken), 301(3), 449–472.
Convergence in the functional properties of forelimb muscles in carnivorans: adaptations to an arboreal lifestyle?
Taverne, M., Fabre A.-C., Herbin, M., Herrel, A., Peigné, S., Lacroux, C., et al. (2018). Convergence in the functional properties of forelimb muscles in carnivorans: adaptations to an arboreal lifestyle? Biol J Linn Soc, 125(2). Retrieved October 24, 2018, from http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/bly123
How Aging Affects Grasping Behavior and Pull Strength in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus)
Le Brazidec, M., Herrel, A., Thomas, P., Boulinguez-Ambroise, G., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). How Aging Affects Grasping Behavior and Pull Strength in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus). Int J Primatol, 38(6), 1120–1129.
Swimming and running: a study of the convergence in long bone morphology among semi-aquatic mustelids (Carnivora: Mustelidae)
Botton-Divet, L., Cornette, R., Houssaye, A., Fabre, A. - C., & Herrel, A. (2017). Swimming and running: a study of the convergence in long bone morphology among semi-aquatic mustelids (Carnivora: Mustelidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121(1), 38–49.
The effect of food properties on grasping and manipulation in the aquatic frog Xenopus laevis
Anzeraey, A., Aumont, M., Decamps, T., Herrel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2017). The effect of food properties on grasping and manipulation in the aquatic frog Xenopus laevis. J Exp Biol, 220(Pt 23), 4486–4491.
The third dimension: a novel set-up for filming coelacanths in their natural environment
Décamps, T., Herrel, A., Ballesta, L., Holon, F., Rauby, T., Gentil, Y., et al. (2017). The third dimension: a novel set-up for filming coelacanths in their natural environment. Methods Ecol Evol, 8(3), 322–328.
Variation in brain anatomy in frogs and its possible bearing on their locomotor ecology
Manzano, A. S., Herrel, A., Fabre, A. - C., & Abdala, V. (2017). Variation in brain anatomy in frogs and its possible bearing on their locomotor ecology. J Anat, .
Determinants of pull strength in captive grey mouse lemurs
Thomas, P., Pouydebat, E., Brazidec, M. L., Aujard, F., & Herrel, A. (2016). Determinants of pull strength in captive grey mouse lemurs. J Zool, 298(2), 77–81.
Does aquatic foraging impact head shape evolution in snakes?
Segall, M., Cornette, R., Fabre, A. - C., Godoy-Diana, R., & Herrel, A. (2016). Does aquatic foraging impact head shape evolution in snakes? Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 283.
Exploration Behavior and Morphology are Correlated in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus)
Thomas, P., Herrel, A., Hardy, I., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2016). Exploration Behavior and Morphology are Correlated in Captive Gray Mouse Lemurs (Microcebus murinus). Int J Primatol, 37(3), 405–415.
Morphological Analysis of Long Bones in Semi-aquatic Mustelids and their Terrestrial Relatives
Botton-Divet, L., Cornette, R., Fabre, A. - C., Herrel, A., & Houssaye, A. (2016). Morphological Analysis of Long Bones in Semi-aquatic Mustelids and their Terrestrial Relatives. Integr Comp Biol, 56(6), 1298–1309.
The impact of diet, habitat use, and behavior on head shape evolution in homalopsid snakes.
Fabre, A. - C., Bickford, D., Segall, M., & Herrel, A. (2016). The impact of diet, habitat use, and behavior on head shape evolution in homalopsid snakes. Biol. J. Linn. Soc., 118, 634–647.
A Morphological Novelty for Feeding and Sound Production in the Yellowtail Clownfish
Olivier, D., Frederich, B., Herrel, A., & Parmentier, E. (2015). A Morphological Novelty for Feeding and Sound Production in the Yellowtail Clownfish. Journal Of Experimental Zoology Part A-Ecological Genetics And Physiology, 323(4), 227–238.
Amber fossils demonstrate deep-time stability of Caribbean lizard communities
Sherratt, E., Castaneda, M. del R., Garwood, R. J., Mahler, D. L., Sanger, T. J., Herrel, A., et al. (2015). Amber fossils demonstrate deep-time stability of Caribbean lizard communities. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, 112(32), 9961–9966.
Bite Force in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria: The Role of the Intracranial Joint and the Basicranial Muscle
Dutel, H., Herbin, M., Clement, G., & Herrel, A. (2015). Bite Force in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria: The Role of the Intracranial Joint and the Basicranial Muscle. Current Biology, 25(9), 1228–1233.
Differential growth of naturally and sexually selected traits in an Anolis lizard
Vanhooydonck, B., Huyghe, K., Holanova, V., van Dongen, S., & Herrel, A. (2015). Differential growth of naturally and sexually selected traits in an Anolis lizard. Journal Of Zoology, 296(4), 231–238.
Does bite force provide a competitive advantage in shrews? The case of the greater white-toothed shrew
Cornette, R., Tresset, A., Houssin, C., Pascal, M., & Herrel, A. (2015). Does bite force provide a competitive advantage in shrews? The case of the greater white-toothed shrew. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 114(4), 795–807.
Environmental constraints drive the partitioning of the soundscape in fishes
Ruppe, L., Clement, G., Herrel, A., Ballesta, L., Decamps, T., Kever, L., et al. (2015). Environmental constraints drive the partitioning of the soundscape in fishes. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, 112(19), 6092–6097.
Functional divergence between morphs of a dwarf chameleon: differential locomotor kinematics in relation to habitat structure
Higham, T. E., Measey, G. J., Birn-Jeffery, A. V., Herrel, A., & Tolley, K. A. (2015). Functional divergence between morphs of a dwarf chameleon: differential locomotor kinematics in relation to habitat structure. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 116(1), 27–40.
Is Beak Morphology in Darwin's Finches Tuned to Loading Demands?
Soons, J., Genbrugge, A., Podos, J., Adriaens, D., Aerts, P., Dirckx, J., et al. (2015). Is Beak Morphology in Darwin's Finches Tuned to Loading Demands? Plos One, 10(6).
Morphometric analysis of chameleon fossil fragments from the Early Pliocene of South Africa: a new piece of the chamaeleonid history
Dollion, A. Y., Cornette, R., Tolley, K. A., Boistel, R., Euriat, A., Boller, E., et al. (2015). Morphometric analysis of chameleon fossil fragments from the Early Pliocene of South Africa: a new piece of the chamaeleonid history. Science Of Nature, 102(1-2).
Mouse hallucal metatarsal cross-sectional geometry in a simulated fine branch niche
Byron, C. D., Herrel, A., Pauwels, E., De Muynck, A., & Patel, B. A. (2015). Mouse hallucal metatarsal cross-sectional geometry in a simulated fine branch niche. Journal Of Morphology, 276(7), 759–765.
Multiple paths to aquatic specialisation in four species of Central American Anolis lizards
Munoz, M. M., Crandell, K. E., Campbell-Staton, S. C., Fenstermacher, K., Frank, H. K., Van Middlesworth, P., et al. (2015). Multiple paths to aquatic specialisation in four species of Central American Anolis lizards. Journal Of Natural History, 49(27-28), 1717–1730.
Redescription of the Hyoid Apparatus and Associated Musculature in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae: Functional Implications for Feeding
Dutel, H., Herrel, A., Clement, G., & Herbin, M. (2015). Redescription of the Hyoid Apparatus and Associated Musculature in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae: Functional Implications for Feeding. Anat Rec (Hoboken), 298(3), 579–601.
Sex-specific differences in ecomorphological relationships in lizards of the genus Gallotia
Lopez-Darias, M., Vanhooydonck, B., Cornette, R., & Herrel, A. (2015). Sex-specific differences in ecomorphological relationships in lizards of the genus Gallotia. Functional Ecology, 29(4), 506–514.
Sexual differences in exploration behavior in Xenopus tropicalis?
Videlier, M., Cornette, R., Bonneaud, C., & Herrel, A. (2015). Sexual differences in exploration behavior in Xenopus tropicalis? Journal Of Experimental Biology, 218(11), 1733–1739.
Sexual dimorphism in bite force in the grey mouse lemur: Lemur bite force sexual dimorphism
Thomas, P., Pouydebat, E., Hardy, I., Aujard, F., Ross, C. F., & Herrel, A. (2015). Sexual dimorphism in bite force in the grey mouse lemur: Lemur bite force sexual dimorphism. J Zool, 296(2), 133–138.
Shrews of the genus Crocidura from El Harhoura 2 (Temara, Morocco): The contribution of broken specimens to the understanding of Late Pleistocene-Holocene palaeoenvironments in North Africa
Cornette, R., Stoetzel, E., Baylac, M., Moulin, S., Hutterer, R., Nespoulet, R., et al. (2015). Shrews of the genus Crocidura from El Harhoura 2 (Temara, Morocco): The contribution of broken specimens to the understanding of Late Pleistocene-Holocene palaeoenvironments in North Africa. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 436, 1–8.
Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story?
Cornette, R., Herrel, A., Stoetzel, E., Moulin, S., Hutterer, R., Denys, C., et al. (2015). Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story? Journal Of Archaeological Science, 53, 323–330.
Strategies of food detection in a captive cathemeral lemur, Eulemur rubriventer.
Perrenoud, M., Herrel, A., Borel, A., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). Strategies of food detection in a captive cathemeral lemur, Eulemur rubriventer. J. Zool., 145(1), 69–75.
Substrate Diameter and Orientation in the Context of Food Type in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus: Implications for the Origins of Grasping in Primates
Toussaint, S., Herrel, A., Ross, C. F., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). Substrate Diameter and Orientation in the Context of Food Type in the Gray Mouse Lemur, Microcebus murinus: Implications for the Origins of Grasping in Primates. Int J Primatol, 36(3), 583–604.
The effects of substratum on locomotor performance in lacertid lizards
Vanhooydonck, B., Measey, J., Edwards, S., Makhubo, B., Tolley, K. A., & Herrel, A. (2015). The effects of substratum on locomotor performance in lacertid lizards. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 115(4), 869–881.
The Shrew Tamed by Wolff's Law: Do Functional Constraints Shape the Skull Through Muscle and Bone Covariation?
Cornette, R., Tresset, A., & Herrel, A. (2015). The Shrew Tamed by Wolff's Law: Do Functional Constraints Shape the Skull Through Muscle and Bone Covariation? Journal Of Morphology, 276(3), 301–309.
The use of substrate diameter and orientation in the context of food type in the mouse lemur, Microcebus murinus: implications for the origins of grasping in primates.
Toussaint, S., Herrel A., Ross, C. F., Aujard, F., & Pouydebat, E. (2015). The use of substrate diameter and orientation in the context of food type in the mouse lemur, Microcebus murinus: implications for the origins of grasping in primates. International Journal of Primatology, 36, 583–604.
Tools for quantitative form description; an evaluation of different software packages for semi-landmark analysis
Botton-Divet, L., Houssaye, A., Herrel, A., Fabre, A. - C., & Cornette, R. (2015). Tools for quantitative form description; an evaluation of different software packages for semi-landmark analysis. PeerJ, 3, e1417.
Amniote vertebral microanatomy - what are the major trends?
Houssaye, A., Tafforeau, P., & Herrel, A. (2014). Amniote vertebral microanatomy – what are the major trends? Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 112(4), 735–746.
An analysis of the live reptile and amphibian trade in the USA compared to the global trade in endangered species
Herrel, A., & van der Meijden, A. (2014). An analysis of the live reptile and amphibian trade in the USA compared to the global trade in endangered species. Herpetological Journal, 24(2), 103–110.
Darwin's finches and their diet niches: the sympatric coexistence of imperfect generalists
De Leon, L. F., Podos, J., Gardezi, T., Herrel, A., & Hendry, A. P. (2014). Darwin's finches and their diet niches: the sympatric coexistence of imperfect generalists. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology, 27(6), 1093–1104.
Do all frogs swim alike? The effect of ecological specialization on swimming kinematics in frogs
Robovska-Havelkova, P., Aerts, P., Rocek, Z., Prikryl, T., Fabre, A. - C., & Herrel, A. (2014). Do all frogs swim alike? The effect of ecological specialization on swimming kinematics in frogs. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 217(20), 3637–3644.
Does large body size relax constraints on bite-force generation in lizards of the genus Uromastyx?
Herrel, A., Castilla, A. M., Al-Sulaiti, M. K., & Wessels, J. J. (2014). Does large body size relax constraints on bite-force generation in lizards of the genus Uromastyx? Journal Of Zoology, 292(3), 170–174.
Exploration syndromes in the frog Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis: correlations with morphology and performance?
Videlier, M., Bonneaud, C., Cornette, R., & Herrel, A. (2014). Exploration syndromes in the frog Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis: correlations with morphology and performance? Journal Of Zoology, 294(3), 206–213.
GERARDA PREVOSTIANA (Gerard's Watersnake). REPRODUCTION
McCleary, R. J. R., Bick-Ford, D. P., Herrel, A., & Fabre, A. - C. (2014). GERARDA PREVOSTIANA (Gerard's Watersnake). REPRODUCTION. Herpetological Review, 45(3), 516.
Hearing capacities and otolith size in two ophidiiform species (Ophidion rochei and Carapus acus)
Kever, L., Colleye, O., Herrel, A., Romans, P., & Parmentier, E. (2014). Hearing capacities and otolith size in two ophidiiform species (Ophidion rochei and Carapus acus). Journal Of Experimental Biology, 217(14), 2517–2525.
Individual variation in thermal performance curves: swimming burst speed and jumping endurance in wild-caught tropical clawed frogs
Careau, V., Biro, P. A., Bonneaud, C., Fokam, E. B., & Herrel, A. (2014). Individual variation in thermal performance curves: swimming burst speed and jumping endurance in wild-caught tropical clawed frogs. Oecologia, 175(2), 471–480.
Insularity affects head morphology, bite force and diet in a Mediterranean lizard
Sagonas, K., Pafilis, P., Lymberakis, P., Donihue, C. M., Herrel, A., & Valakos, E. D. (2014). Insularity affects head morphology, bite force and diet in a Mediterranean lizard. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 112(3), 469–484.
Interrelationships Between Bones, Muscles, and Performance: Biting in the Lizard Tupinambis merianae
Fabre, A. - C., Andrade, D. V., Huyghe, K., Cornette, R., & Herrel, A. (2014). Interrelationships Between Bones, Muscles, and Performance: Biting in the Lizard Tupinambis merianae. Evolutionary Biology, 41(4), 518–527.
Is the whole more than the sum of its parts? Evolutionary trade-offs between burst and sustained locomotion in lacertid lizards
Vanhooydonck, B., James, R. S., Tallis, J., Aerts, P., Tadic, Z., Tolley, K. A., et al. (2014). Is the whole more than the sum of its parts? Evolutionary trade-offs between burst and sustained locomotion in lacertid lizards. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 281(1777).
Isotopic and anatomical evidence of an herbivorous diet in the Early Tertiary giant bird Gastornis. Implications for the structure of Paleocene terrestrial ecosystems
Angst, D., Lecuyer, C., Amiot, R., Buffetaut, E., Fourel, F., Martineau, F., et al. (2014). Isotopic and anatomical evidence of an herbivorous diet in the Early Tertiary giant bird Gastornis. Implications for the structure of Paleocene terrestrial ecosystems. Naturwissenschaften, 101(4), 313–322.
Jumping performance in the highly aquatic frog, Xenopus tropicalis: sex-specific relationships between morphology and performance
Herrel, A., Vasilopoulou-Kampitsi, M., & Bonneaud, C. (2014). Jumping performance in the highly aquatic frog, Xenopus tropicalis: sex-specific relationships between morphology and performance. Peerj, 2.
Linear Versus Geometric Morphometric Approaches for the Analysis of Head Shape Dimorphism in Lizards
Fabre, A. - C., Cornette, R., Huyghe, K., Andrade, D. V., & Herrel, A. (2014). Linear Versus Geometric Morphometric Approaches for the Analysis of Head Shape Dimorphism in Lizards. Journal Of Morphology, 275(9), 1016–1026.

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Anatomical Basis of Differences in Locomotor Behavior in Martens: A Comparison of the Forelimb Musculature Between Two Sympatric Species of Martes
Böhmer, C., Fabre, A. - C., Herbin, M., Peigne, S., & Herrel, A. (2018). Anatomical Basis of Differences in Locomotor Behavior in Martens: A Comparison of the Forelimb Musculature Between Two Sympatric Species of Martes. Anat Rec (Hoboken), 301(3), 449–472.
Convergence in the functional properties of forelimb muscles in carnivorans: adaptations to an arboreal lifestyle?
Taverne, M., Fabre A.-C., Herbin, M., Herrel, A., Peigné, S., Lacroux, C., et al. (2018). Convergence in the functional properties of forelimb muscles in carnivorans: adaptations to an arboreal lifestyle? Biol J Linn Soc, 125(2). Retrieved October 24, 2018, from http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/bly123
Treadmill locomotion of the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus); kinematic parameters during symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits
Herbin, M., Hommet, E., Hanotin-Dossot, V., Perret, M., & Hackert, R. (2018). Treadmill locomotion of the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus); kinematic parameters during symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol, .
Lung anatomy and histology of the extant coelacanth shed light on the loss of air-breathing during deep-water adaptation in actinistians
Cupello, C., Meunier, F. J., Herbin, M., Clement, G., & Brito, P. M. (2017). Lung anatomy and histology of the extant coelacanth shed light on the loss of air-breathing during deep-water adaptation in actinistians. R Soc Open Sci, 4(3), 161030.
Quel devenir pour les collections anatomiques en fluide ? Une approche historique
Herbin, M. (2017). Quel devenir pour les collections anatomiques en fluide ? Une approche historique. ocim, (170), 5–10.
The homology and function of the lung plates in extant and fossil coelacanths
Cupello, C., Meunier, F. J., Herbin, M., Janvier, P., Clement, G., & Brito, P. M. (2017). The homology and function of the lung plates in extant and fossil coelacanths. Sci Rep, 7(1), 9244.
The third dimension: a novel set-up for filming coelacanths in their natural environment
Décamps, T., Herrel, A., Ballesta, L., Holon, F., Rauby, T., Gentil, Y., et al. (2017). The third dimension: a novel set-up for filming coelacanths in their natural environment. Methods Ecol Evol, 8(3), 322–328.
Dopamine Modulates Motor Control in a Specific Plane Related to Support
Herbin, M., Simonis, C., Reveret, L., Hackert, R., Libourel, P. - A., Eugene, D., et al. (2016). Dopamine Modulates Motor Control in a Specific Plane Related to Support. PLoS One, 11(5), e0155058.
Allometric growth in the extant coelacanth lung during ontogenetic development
Cupello, C., Brito, P. M., Herbin, M., Meunier, F. J., Janvier, P., Dutel, H., et al. (2015). Allometric growth in the extant coelacanth lung during ontogenetic development. Nat Commun, 6, 8222.
Bite Force in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria: The Role of the Intracranial Joint and the Basicranial Muscle
Dutel, H., Herbin, M., Clement, G., & Herrel, A. (2015). Bite Force in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria: The Role of the Intracranial Joint and the Basicranial Muscle. Current Biology, 25(9), 1228–1233.
Presence of plicidentine in the oral teeth of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae Smith 1939 (Sarcopterygii; Actinistia)
Meunier, F. J., Mondejar-Fernandez, J., Goussard, F., Clement, G., & Herbin, M. (2015). Presence of plicidentine in the oral teeth of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae Smith 1939 (Sarcopterygii; Actinistia). J Struct Biol, 190(1), 31–37.
Redescription of the Hyoid Apparatus and Associated Musculature in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae: Functional Implications for Feeding
Dutel, H., Herrel, A., Clement, G., & Herbin, M. (2015). Redescription of the Hyoid Apparatus and Associated Musculature in the Extant Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae: Functional Implications for Feeding. Anat Rec (Hoboken), 298(3), 579–601.
Selective disruption of acetylcholine synthesis in subsets of motor neurons: A new model of late-onset motor neuron disease
Lecomte, M. - J., Bertolus, C., Santamaria, J., Bauchet, A. - L., Herbin, M., Saurini, F., et al. (2014). Selective disruption of acetylcholine synthesis in subsets of motor neurons: A new model of late-onset motor neuron disease. Neurobiology Of Disease, 65, 102–111.
The collection of histological microscopic preparations realised by Paul Gervais (1816-1879) on fish skeleton
Meunier, F. J., & Herbin, M. (2014). The collection of histological microscopic preparations realised by Paul Gervais (1816-1879) on fish skeleton. Cybium, 38(1), 23–42.
A reevaluation of the anatomy of the jaw-closing system in the extant coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae
Dutel, H., Herrel, A., Clement, G., & Herbin, M. (2013). A reevaluation of the anatomy of the jaw-closing system in the extant coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae. Naturwissenschaften, 100(11), 1007–1022.
Kinematics of treadmill locomotion in mice raised in hypergravity
Bojados, M., Herbin, M., & Jamon, M. (2013). Kinematics of treadmill locomotion in mice raised in hypergravity. Behavioural Brain Research, 244, 48–57.
Metachronal propagation of motor activity
Falgairolle, M., Ceccato, J. - C., de Seze, M., Herbin, M., & Cazalets, J. - R. (2013). Metachronal propagation of motor activity. Frontiers In Bioscience-Landmark, 18, 820–837.
The Giant Cretaceous Coelacanth (Actinistia, Sarcopterygii) Megalocoelacanthus dobiei Schwimmer, Stewart & Williams, 1994, and Its Bearing on Latimerioidei Interrelationships
Dutel, H., Maisey, J. G., Schwimmer, D. R., Janvier, P., Herbin, M., & Clement, G. (2012). The Giant Cretaceous Coelacanth (Actinistia, Sarcopterygii) Megalocoelacanthus dobiei Schwimmer, Stewart & Williams, 1994, and Its Bearing on Latimerioidei Interrelationships. Plos One, 7(11).
Variability and asymmetry of the sulcal contours defining Broca's area homologue in the chimpanzee brain
Keller, S. S., Deppe, M., Herbin, M., & Gilissen, E. (2012). Variability and asymmetry of the sulcal contours defining Broca's area homologue in the chimpanzee brain. Journal Of Comparative Neurology, 520(6), 1165–1180.
An updated inventory of all known specimens of the coelacanth, Latimeria spp
Nulens, R., Scott, L., & Herbin, M. (2011). An updated inventory of all known specimens of the coelacanth, Latimeria spp. Smithiana Special Publication, 3, 52pp.-52pp.
Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. A., Lambert, F., Gioanni, H., et al. (2011). Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics. Zoology (Jena), 114(6), 360–368.
Kameleon: anatomical data for the study of skeletal structures of small vertebrates
Reveret, L., Duveau, E., Herbin, M., Multon, F., & Vidal, P. - P. (2011). Kameleon: anatomical data for the study of skeletal structures of small vertebrates. Traitement Du Signal, 28(3-4), 309–327.
Evidence of a dosage effect and a physiological endplate acetylcholinesterase deficiency in the first mouse models mimicking Schwartz-Jampel syndrome neuromyotonia
Stum, M., Girard, E., Bangratz, M., Bernard, V., Herbin, M., Vignaud, A., et al. (2008). Evidence of a dosage effect and a physiological endplate acetylcholinesterase deficiency in the first mouse models mimicking Schwartz-Jampel syndrome neuromyotonia. Human Molecular Genetics, 17(20), 3166–3179.
Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground
Hackert, R., Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground. Laterality, 13(4), 310–319.
Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V. L., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed. J Exp Biol, 211(Pt 1), 138–149.
The vesicular glutamate transporter VGLUT3 synergizes striatal acetylcholine tone
Gras, C., Amilhon, B., Lepicard, E. M., Poirel, O., Vinatier, J., Herbin, M., et al. (2008). The vesicular glutamate transporter VGLUT3 synergizes striatal acetylcholine tone. Nature Neuroscience, 11(3), 292–300.
3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views
Hackert, R., Hugel, V., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2007). 3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1080.
Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals. J Exp Biol, 210(Pt 2), 366–372.
Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1044.
Gait parameters of treadmill versus overground locomotion in mouse
Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Gasc, J. - P., & Renous, S. (2007). Gait parameters of treadmill versus overground locomotion in mouse. Behav Brain Res, 181(2), 173–179.
Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V., & Abourachid, A. (2007). Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1101–1102.
Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats
Hackert, R., Reghem, E., Abourachid, A., Maes, L., & Herbin, M. (2007). Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1079–1080.
How does a mouse increase its velocity? A model for investigation in the control of locomotion
Herbin, M., Gasc, J. - P., & Renous, S. (2006). How does a mouse increase its velocity? A model for investigation in the control of locomotion. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 5(3-4), 531–540.
Symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits in the mouse: patterns to increase velocity
Herbin, M., Gasc, J. P., & Renous, S. (). Symmetrical and asymmetrical gaits in the mouse: patterns to increase velocity. Journal Of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural And Behavioral Physiology, 190(11), 895–9.

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New plesiosaurian specimens (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) from the Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) of Goulmima (Southern Morocco)
Allemand, R., Bardet, N., Houssaye, A., & Vincent, P. (2018). New plesiosaurian specimens (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) from the Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) of Goulmima (Southern Morocco). Cretaceous Research, 82, 83–98.
A Triassic plesiosaurian skeleton and bone histology inform on evolution of a unique body plan
Wintrich, T., Hayashi, S., Houssaye, A., Nakajima, Y., & Sander, P. M. (2017). A Triassic plesiosaurian skeleton and bone histology inform on evolution of a unique body plan. Sci. Adv., 3(12), e1701144.
Comparative morphology of snake (Squamata) endocasts: evidence of phylogenetic and ecological signals
Allemand, R., Boistel, R., Daghfous, G., Blanchet, Z., Cornette, R., Bardet, N., et al. (2017). Comparative morphology of snake (Squamata) endocasts: evidence of phylogenetic and ecological signals. J Anat, 231(6), 849–868.
First palaeohistological inference of resting metabolic rate in an extinct synapsid, Moghreberia nmachouensis (Therapsida: Anomodontia)
Olivier, C., Houssaye, A., Jalil, N. - E., & Cubo, J. (2017). First palaeohistological inference of resting metabolic rate in an extinct synapsid, Moghreberia nmachouensis (Therapsida: Anomodontia). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121(2), 409–419.
Swimming and running: a study of the convergence in long bone morphology among semi-aquatic mustelids (Carnivora: Mustelidae)
Botton-Divet, L., Cornette, R., Houssaye, A., Fabre, A. - C., & Herrel, A. (2017). Swimming and running: a study of the convergence in long bone morphology among semi-aquatic mustelids (Carnivora: Mustelidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121(1), 38–49.
Virtual reexamination of a plesiosaurian specimen (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) from the Late Cretaceous (Turonian) of Goulmima, Morocco, using computed tomography
Allemand, R., Bardet, N., Houssaye, A., & Vincent, P. (2017). Virtual reexamination of a plesiosaurian specimen (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) from the Late Cretaceous (Turonian) of Goulmima, Morocco, using computed tomography. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 37(3), e1325894.
Adaptive Patterns in Aquatic Amniote Bone Microanatomy-More Complex than Previously Thought
Houssaye, A., Martin Sander, P., & Klein, N. (2016). Adaptive Patterns in Aquatic Amniote Bone Microanatomy-More Complex than Previously Thought. Integr Comp Biol, 56(6), 1349–1369.
Diverse Aquatic Adaptations in Nothosaurus spp. (Sauropterygia)-Inferences from Humeral Histology and Microanatomy
Klein, N., Sander, P. M., Krahl, A., Scheyer, T. M., & Houssaye, A. (2016). Diverse Aquatic Adaptations in Nothosaurus spp. (Sauropterygia)-Inferences from Humeral Histology and Microanatomy. PLoS One, 11(7), e0158448.
Diverse Aquatic Adaptations in Nothosaurus spp. (Sauropterygia)-Inferences from Humeral Histology and Microanatomy
Klein, N., Sander, P. M., Krahl, A., Scheyer, T. M., & Houssaye, A. (2016). Diverse Aquatic Adaptations in Nothosaurus spp. (Sauropterygia)-Inferences from Humeral Histology and Microanatomy. PLoS One, 11(7), e0158448.
Functional (Secondary) Adaptation to an Aquatic Life in Vertebrates: An Introduction to the Symposium
Houssaye, A., & Fish, F. E. (2016). Functional (Secondary) Adaptation to an Aquatic Life in Vertebrates: An Introduction to the Symposium. Integr Comp Biol, 56(6), 1266–1270.
Hyperspecialization in Some South American Endemic Ungulates Revealed by Long Bone Microstructure
Houssaye, A., Fernandez, V., & Billet, G. (2016). Hyperspecialization in Some South American Endemic Ungulates Revealed by Long Bone Microstructure. J Mammal Evol, 23(3), 221–235.
Morphological Analysis of Long Bones in Semi-aquatic Mustelids and their Terrestrial Relatives
Botton-Divet, L., Cornette, R., Fabre, A. - C., Herrel, A., & Houssaye, A. (2016). Morphological Analysis of Long Bones in Semi-aquatic Mustelids and their Terrestrial Relatives. Integr Comp Biol, 56(6), 1298–1309.
Photogrammetry for 3D digitizing bones of mounted skeletons: Potential and limits
Fau, M., Cornette, R., & Houssaye, A. (2016). Photogrammetry for 3D digitizing bones of mounted skeletons: Potential and limits. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 15(8), 968–977.
A review of the upper Campanian vertebrate site of Armuña (Segovia Province, Spain)
Pérez-García, A., Ortega, F., Bolet, A., Escaso, F., Houssaye, A., Martínez-Salanova, J., et al. (2015). A review of the upper Campanian vertebrate site of Armuña (Segovia Province, Spain). Cretaceous Research, .
Biomechanical evolution of solid bones in large animals: a microanatomical investigation
Houssaye, A., Waskow, K., Hayashi, S., Cornette, R., Lee, A. H., & Hutchinson, J. R. (2015). Biomechanical evolution of solid bones in large animals: a microanatomical investigation. Biol. J. Linn. Soc., , n/a-n/a.
Dental ontogeny in pliocene and early pleistocene hominins
Smith, T. M., Tafforeau, P., Le Cabec, A., Bonnin, A., Houssaye, A., Pouech, J., et al. (2015). Dental ontogeny in pliocene and early pleistocene hominins. PLoS One, 10(2), e0118118.
Long bone histology and microanatomy of Placodontia (Diapsida: Sauropterygia)
Klein, N., Houssaye, A., Neenan, J. M., & Scheyer, T. M. (2015). Long bone histology and microanatomy of Placodontia (Diapsida: Sauropterygia). Contributions to Zoology, , 59–84.
Mosasaurids (Squamata) from the Maastrichtian Phosphates of Morocco: Biodiversity, palaeobiogeography and palaeoecology based on tooth morphoguilds
Bardet, N., Houssaye, A., Vincent, P., Pereda Suberbiola, X., Amaghzaz, M., Jourani, E., et al. (2015). Mosasaurids (Squamata) from the Maastrichtian Phosphates of Morocco: Biodiversity, palaeobiogeography and palaeoecology based on tooth morphoguilds. Gondwana Research, 27(3), 1068–1078.
Mosasauroid (Squamata) discovery in the Late Cretaceous (Early Campanian) continental deposits of Villeveyrac-L'Olivet, southern France
Garcia, G., Bardet, N., Houssaye, A., Pereda-Suberbiola, X., & Valentin, X. (2015). Mosasauroid (Squamata) discovery in the Late Cretaceous (Early Campanian) continental deposits of Villeveyrac-L'Olivet, southern France. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 14(6-7), 495–505.
Reworked marine pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) remains in Late Pleistocene cave deposits in central Spain
Hontecillas, D., Houssaye, A., Laplana, C., Sevilla, P., Arsuaga, J. L., Pérez-González, A., et al. (2015). Reworked marine pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) remains in Late Pleistocene cave deposits in central Spain. Cretaceous Research, 54, 188–202.
The biota of the Upper Cretaceous site of "Lo Hueco" (Cuenca, Spain)
Ortega, F., Bardet, N., Barroso-Barcenilla, F., Callapez, P. M., Cambra-Moo, O., Daviero- Gómez, V., et al. (2015). The biota of the Upper Cretaceous site of “Lo Hueco” (Cuenca, Spain). Journal of Iberian Geology, 41(1).
Tools for quantitative form description; an evaluation of different software packages for semi-landmark analysis
Botton-Divet, L., Houssaye, A., Herrel, A., Fabre, A. - C., & Cornette, R. (2015). Tools for quantitative form description; an evaluation of different software packages for semi-landmark analysis. PeerJ, 3, e1417.
Transition of Eocene whales from land to sea: evidence from bone microstructure
Houssaye, A., Tafforeau, P., de Muizon, C., & Gingerich, P. D. (2015). Transition of Eocene whales from land to sea: evidence from bone microstructure. PLoS One, 10(2), e0118409.
A New Look at Ichthyosaur Long Bone Microanatomy and Histology: Implications for Their Adaptation to an Aquatic Life
Houssaye, A., Scheyer, T. M., Kolb, C., Fischer, V., & Sander, M. (2014). A New Look at Ichthyosaur Long Bone Microanatomy and Histology: Implications for Their Adaptation to an Aquatic Life. Plos One, 9(4).
Advances in vertebrate palaeohistology: recent progress, discoveries, and new approaches
Houssaye, A. (2014). Advances in vertebrate palaeohistology: recent progress, discoveries, and new approaches. Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 112(4), 645–648.
Amniote vertebral microanatomy - what are the major trends?
Houssaye, A., Tafforeau, P., & Herrel, A. (2014). Amniote vertebral microanatomy – what are the major trends? Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 112(4), 735–746.
Mesozoic marine reptile palaeobiogeography in response to drifting plates
Bardet, N., Falconnet, J., Fischer, V., Houssaye, A., Jouve, S., Pereda Suberbiola, X., et al. (2014). Mesozoic marine reptile palaeobiogeography in response to drifting plates. Gondwana Research, 26(3-4), 869–887.
Osteohistology of the Early Triassic ichthyopterygian reptile Utatsusaurus hataii: Implications for early ichthyosaur biology
Nakajima, Y., Houssaye, A., & Endo, H. (2014). Osteohistology of the Early Triassic ichthyopterygian reptile Utatsusaurus hataii: Implications for early ichthyosaur biology. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 59(2), 343–352.
Resolving Pliocene and Pleistocene hominin dental ontogeny with synchrotron virtual histology
Smith, T. M., Le Cabec, A., Bonnin, A., Houssaye, A., Pouech, J., Moggi-Cecchi, J., et al. (2014). Resolving Pliocene and Pleistocene hominin dental ontogeny with synchrotron virtual histology. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 153, 243.
A baby mosasauroid (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian of Morocco - Tethysaurus 'junior' discovered?
Houssaye, A., & Bardet, N. (2013). A baby mosasauroid (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian of Morocco – Tethysaurus 'junior' discovered? Cretaceous Research, 46, 208–215.
A new varanoid squamate from the Early Cretaceous (Barremian-Aptian) of Burgos, Spain
Houssaye, A., Rage, J. - C., Torcida Fernandez-Baldor, F., Huerta, P., Bardet, N., & Pereda Suberbiola, X. (2013). A new varanoid squamate from the Early Cretaceous (Barremian-Aptian) of Burgos, Spain. Cretaceous Research, 41, 127–135.
Bone histology of aquatic reptiles: what does it tell us about secondary adaptation to an aquatic life?
Houssaye, A. (2013). Bone histology of aquatic reptiles: what does it tell us about secondary adaptation to an aquatic life? Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 108(1), 3–21.
Bone Inner Structure Suggests Increasing Aquatic Adaptations in Desmostylia (Mammalia, Afrotheria)
Hayashi, S., Houssaye, A., Nakajima, Y., Chiba, K., Ando, T., Sawamura, H., et al. (2013). Bone Inner Structure Suggests Increasing Aquatic Adaptations in Desmostylia (Mammalia, Afrotheria). Plos One, 8(4).
Jack-of-all-trades master of all? Snake vertebrae have a generalist inner organization
Houssaye, A., Boistel, R., Boehme, W., & Herrel, A. (2013). Jack-of-all-trades master of all? Snake vertebrae have a generalist inner organization. Naturwissenschaften, 100(11), 997–1006.
Microanatomical and Histological Features in the Long Bones of Mosasaurine Mosasaurs (Reptilia, Squamata) - Implications for Aquatic Adaptation and Growth Rates
Houssaye, A., Lindgren, J., Pellegrini, R., Lee, A. H., Germain, D., & Polcyn, M. J. (2013). Microanatomical and Histological Features in the Long Bones of Mosasaurine Mosasaurs (Reptilia, Squamata) – Implications for Aquatic Adaptation and Growth Rates. Plos One, 8(10).
New highlights about the enigmatic marine snake Palaeophis maghrebianus (Palaeophiidae; Palaeophiinae) from the Ypresian (Lower Eocene) phosphates of Morocco
Houssaye, A., Rage, J. - C., Bardet, N., Vincent, P., Amaghzaz, M., & Meslouh, S. (2013). New highlights about the enigmatic marine snake Palaeophis maghrebianus (Palaeophiidae; Palaeophiinae) from the Ypresian (Lower Eocene) phosphates of Morocco. Palaeontology, 56(3), 647–661.
New plesiosaur specimens from the Maastrichtian Phosphates of Morocco and their implications for the ecology of the latest Cretaceous marine apex predators
Vincent, P., Bardet, N., Houssaye, A., Arnaghzaz, M., & Meslouh, S. (2013). New plesiosaur specimens from the Maastrichtian Phosphates of Morocco and their implications for the ecology of the latest Cretaceous marine apex predators. Gondwana Research, 24(2), 796–805.
Palaeoecological and morphofunctional interpretation of bone mass increase: an example in Late Cretaceous shallow marine squamates
Houssaye, A. (2013). Palaeoecological and morphofunctional interpretation of bone mass increase: an example in Late Cretaceous shallow marine squamates. Biological Reviews, 88(1), 117–139.
Squamate finding in "Lo Hueco" (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian, Cuenca Province, Spain): the second non-marine pythonomorph lizard
Houssaye, A., Bardet, N., Narvaez, I., & Ortega, F. (2013). Squamate finding in “Lo Hueco” (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian, Cuenca Province, Spain): the second non-marine pythonomorph lizard. Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, 87(3), 415–422.
Reassessing enigmatic Asian hominoid dental remains
Smith, T. M., Houssaye, A., Hublin, J. - J., Kato, A., Kullmer, O., Maire, E., et al. (2012). Reassessing enigmatic Asian hominoid dental remains. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 147, 273.
Rib and vertebral micro-anatomical characteristics of hydropelvic mosasauroids
Houssaye, A., & Bardet, N. (2012). Rib and vertebral micro-anatomical characteristics of hydropelvic mosasauroids. Lethaia, 45(2), 200–209.
What Vertebral Microanatomy Reveals About The Ecology Of Juvenile Mosasaurs (Reptilia, Squamata)
Houssaye, A., & Tafforeau, P. (2012). What Vertebral Microanatomy Reveals About The Ecology Of Juvenile Mosasaurs (Reptilia, Squamata). Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32(5), 1042–1048.
A review of Pachyvaranus crassispondylus Arambourg, 1952, a pachyostotic marine squamate from the latest Cretaceous phosphates of Morocco and Syria
Houssaye, A., Bardet, N., Rage, J. - C., Pereda Suberbiola, X., Bouya, B., Amaghzaz, M., et al. (2011). A review of Pachyvaranus crassispondylus Arambourg, 1952, a pachyostotic marine squamate from the latest Cretaceous phosphates of Morocco and Syria. Geological Magazine, 148(2), 237–249.
Three-Dimensional Pelvis And Limb Anatomy Of The Cenomanian Hind-Limbed Snake Eupodophis Descouensi (Squamata, Ophidia) Revealed By Synchrotron-Radiation Computed Laminography
Houssaye, A., Xu, F., Helfen, L., De Buffrenil, V., Baumbach, T., & Tafforeau, P. (2011). Three-Dimensional Pelvis And Limb Anatomy Of The Cenomanian Hind-Limbed Snake Eupodophis Descouensi (Squamata, Ophidia) Revealed By Synchrotron-Radiation Computed Laminography. Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 31(1), 2–7.
A new aquatic pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) of France
Houssaye, A. (2010). A new aquatic pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) of France. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 9(1-2), 39–45.
Rediscovery And Description Of The Second Specimen Of The Hind-Limbed Snake Pachyophis Woodwardi Nopcsa, 1923 (Squamata, Ophidia) From The Cenomanian Of Bosnia Herzegovina
Houssaye, A. (2010). Rediscovery And Description Of The Second Specimen Of The Hind-Limbed Snake Pachyophis Woodwardi Nopcsa, 1923 (Squamata, Ophidia) From The Cenomanian Of Bosnia Herzegovina. Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30(1), 276–279.
Vertebral microanatomy in squamates: structure, growth and ecological correlates
Houssaye, A., Mazurier, A., Herrel, A., Volpato, V., Tafforeau, P., Boistel, R., et al. (2010). Vertebral microanatomy in squamates: structure, growth and ecological correlates. Journal Of Anatomy, 217(6), 715–727.
"Pachyostosis" in aquatic amniotes: a review
Houssaye, A. (2009). “Pachyostosis” in aquatic amniotes: a review. Integrative Zoology, 4(4), 325–340.
A new aquatic pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) of France
Houssaye, A. (2009). A new aquatic pythonomorph (Reptilia, Squamata) from the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) of France. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 9(1-2), 39–45.
Vertebral Microanatomy And Histology Within Juvenile "Mosasaurs". Where Did They Live?
Houssaye, A., & Tafforeau, P. (2009). Vertebral Microanatomy And Histology Within Juvenile “Mosasaurs”. Where Did They Live? Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29, 117A–118A.

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