MECADEV

adaptative mechanisms & evolution

Unité mixte de recherche 7179

Archives : décembre 2015

FUNEVOL équipe to host researcher on a ANR Accueil Chercheur Haut Niveau Grant | Commentaires : 0

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Two phases of aging separated by the Smurf transition as a public path to death | Commentaires : 0

Par Michael RERA, Équipe Processus Dégénératifs, Stress et Vieillissement, BFA - Biologie Fonctionnelle et Adaptative - UMR 8251 CNRS-Univ. Paris Diderot

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New paper about Bats in the Anthropocene by a member of the ECOTROP team | Commentaires : 0

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Yguel Benjamin | Commentaires : 0

Topics Benjamin will be working on a LABEX BCDIV (Diversités biologiques et culturelles : Origines, Evolution, Interactions, Devenir) sponsored project in collaboration with Colin Fontaine at CESCO (UMR7204) on linking fruit traits, tree diversity

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Beyond species richness and biomass: Impact of selective logging and silvicultural treatments on the functional composition of a neotropical forest
Yguel, B., Piponiot, C., Mirabel, A., Dourdain, A., Hérault, B., Gourlet-Fleury, S., et al. (2019). Beyond species richness and biomass: Impact of selective logging and silvicultural treatments on the functional composition of a neotropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 433, 528–534.
Insect herbivores should follow plants escaping their relatives
Yguel, B., Bailey, R. I., Villemant, C., Brault, A., Jactel, H., & Prinzing, A. (2014). Insect herbivores should follow plants escaping their relatives. Oecologia, 176(2), 521–532.
Phytophagy on phylogenetically isolated trees: why hosts should escape their relatives
Yguel, B., Bailey, R., Tosh, N. D., Vialatte, A., Vasseur, C., Vitrac, X., et al. (2011). Phytophagy on phylogenetically isolated trees: why hosts should escape their relatives. Ecol Lett, 14(11), 1117–1124.

New postdoc in the ECOTROP Team | Commentaires : 0

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