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2018 list of publications


1.      Agapit, C., Gigon, A., Puga-Freitas, R., Zeller, B. & Blouin, M. (2018), Plant-earthworm interactions: influence of age and proportion of casts in the soil on plant growth, morphology and nitrogen uptake, Plant and Soil 424(1), 49-61.

2.      Akroume, E., Maillard, F., Bach, C., Hossann, C., Bréchet, C., Angeli, N., Zeller, B., Saint-André, L. & Buée, M. (2018), First evidences that the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus mobilizes nitrogen and carbon from saprotrophic fungus necromass, Environmental Microbiology 0.

3.      Bartoli, F., Royer, M., Coinchelin, D., Le Thiec, D., Rose, C., Robin, C. & Echevarria, G. (2018), Multiscale and age-dependent leaf nickel in the Ni-hyperaccumulator Leptoplax emarginata, Ecological Research 33(4), 723-736.

4.      Belle, S., Freiberg, R., Poska, A., Agasild, H., Alliksaar, T. & Tonno, I. (2018), Contrasting responses to long-term climate change of carbon flows to benthic consumers in two different sized lakes in the Baltic area., Quaternary Science Reviews 187, 168 - 176.

5.      Belle, S., Musazzi, S. & Lami, A. (2018), Glacier dynamics influenced carbon flows through lake food webs: evidence from a chironomid d13C-based reconstruction in the Nepalese Himalayas, Hydrobiologia 809(1), 285-295.

6.      Belle, S., Musazzi, S., Tonno, I., Poska, A., Leys, B. & Lami, A. (2018), Long-term effects of climate change on carbon flows through benthic secondary production in small lakes, Freshwater Biology 63(6), 530-538.

7.      Ben Ammar, I., Milla, S., Missasoui, H., Ledoré, Y., Teletchea, F. & Fontaine P. (2018) Does constant photoperiod inhibit the onset of the reproductive cycle in northern pike (Esox lucius) males?, Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 44 (1), 301-310

8.      Brandelet, B., Rose, C., Landreau, J., Rogaume, C., Druette, L. & Rogaume, Y. (2018), Impact of real uses on the emissions of firewood stoves, Pollution atmosphérique(236).

9.      Brandelet, B., Rose, C., Rogaume, C. & Rogaume, Y. (2018), Impact of ignition technique on total emissions of a firewood stove, Biomass and Bioenergy 108, 15 - 24.

10.   Cuny, H.E., Fonti, P., Rathgeber, C.B.K., Von Arx, G., Peters, R.L. & Franck, D.C. (2018) Couplings in cell differentiation kinetics mitigate air temperature influence on conifer wood anatomy, Plant, Cell Environment, 42, 1222-1232

11.   Dannoura, M., Epron, D., Desalme, D., Massonnet, C., Tsuji, S., Plain, C., Priault, P. & Gérant, D. (2018), The impact of prolonged drought on phloem anatomy and phloem transport in young beech trees, Tree Physiology, tpy070.

12.   Forner, A., Valladares, F., Bonal, D., Granier, A., Grossiord, C. & Aranda, I. (2018), Extreme droughts affecting Mediterranean tree species growth and water-use efficiency: the importance of timing, Tree Physiology 38(8), 1127-1137.

13.   Früchtenicht, E., Neumann, L., Klein, N., Bonal, D. & Brüggemann, W. (2018), Response of Quercus robur and two potential climate change winners-Quercus pubescens and Quercus ilex- To two years summer drought in a semi-controlled competition study: I-Tree water status, Environmental and Experimental Botany 152, 107 - 117.

14.   Frossard, V. & Fontvieille, D. (2018), What is the invasiveness of Hemimysis anomala (Crustacea, Mysidae) in the large deep Lake Bourget, France?, Hydrobiologia 814(1), 219-232.

15.   Garavillon-Tournarye, M., Gousset-Dupont, A., Gautier, F., Benoit P., Conchon, P., Souchal, R., Lopez, D., Petel, G., Venisse, J.S., Bastien, C., Label, P. &Fumanal, B. (2018) Integrated drought responses of black poplar: how important is phenotypic plasticity? Physiologia Plantarum, 163, 30-44

16.   Hamada, J., Pétrissans, A., Ruelle, J., Mothe, F., Colin, F., Pétrissans, M. & Gérardin, P. (2018), Thermal stability of Abies alba wood according to its radial position and forest management, European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 76(6), 1669-1676.

17.   Heid, L., Calvaruso, C., Andrianantenaina, A., Granier, A., Conil, S., Rathgeber, C. B. K., Turpault, M.-P. & Longdoz, B. (2018), Seasonal time-course of the above ground biomass production efficiency in beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.), Annals of Forest Science 75(1), 31.

18.   Fruleux, A., Bogeat-Triboulot, M.B., Collet, C., Deveau, A., Saint-André, L., Santenoise P. & Bonal D. (2018) Aboveground overyielding in a mixed temperate forest is not explained by belowground processes, Oecologia, 188, 1183-1193

19.   Lequy, E., Avila, A., Kaci, M. B. N. & Turpault, M.-P. (2018), Atmospheric deposition of particulate matter between Algeria and France: Contribution of long and short-term sources, Atmospheric Environment 191, 181 - 193.

20.   Marron, N., Gana, C., Gérant, D., Maillard, P., Priault, P. & Epron, D. (2018), Estimating symbiotic N2 fixation in Robinia pseudoacacia, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 181(2), 296-304.

21.   Marron, N., Priault, P., Gana, C., Gérant, D. & Epron, D. (2018), Prevalence of interspecific competition in a mixed poplar/black locust plantation under adverse climate conditions, Annals of Forest Science 75(1), 23.

22.   Miquel Guennoc, C., Rose, C., Labbé, J. & Deveau, A. (2018), Bacterial biofilm formation on the hyphae of ectomycorrhizal fungi: a widespread ability under controls?, FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94(7), fiy093.

23.   Orlowski, N., Breuer, L., Angeli, N., Boeckx, P., Brumbt, C., Cook, C. S., Dubbert, M., Dyckmans, J., Gallagher, B., Gralher, B., Herbstritt, B., Hervé-Fernández, P., Hissler, C., Koeniger, P., Legout, A., Macdonald, C. J., Oyarzún, C., Redelstein, R., Seidler, C., Siegwolf, R., Stumpp, C., Thomsen, S., Weiler, M., Werner, C. & McDonnell, J. J. (2018), Inter-laboratory comparison of cryogenic water extraction systems for stable isotope analysis of soil water, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22(7), 3619-3637.

24.   Renaudin, M., Leblond, S., Meyer, C., Rose, C. & Lequy, E. (2018), The coastal environment affects lead and sodium uptake by the moss Hypnum cupressiforme used as an air pollution biomonitor, Chemosphere 193, 506 - 513.

25.   Roignant, J., Badel, E., Leblanc-Fournier, N., Brunel-Michac, N., Ruelle, J., Moulia, B. & Decourteix, M. (2018), Feeling stretched or compressed? The multiple mechanosensitive responses of wood formation to bending, Annals of Botany 121(6), 1151-1161.

26.   Rungwattana, K., Kasemsap, P., Phumichai, T., Kanpanon, N., Rattanawong, R. & Hietz, P. (2018), Trait evolution in tropical rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) trees is related to dry season intensity, Functional Ecology 0(0).

27.   Saad, R. F., Kobaissi, A., Amiaud, B., Ruelle, J. & Benizri, E. (2018), Changes in physicochemical characteristics of a serpentine soil and in root architecture of a hyperaccumulating plant cropped with a legume, Journal of Soils and Sediments 18(5), 1994-2007.

28.   Van Der Heijden, G., Hinz, A., Didier, S., Nys, C., Dambrine, E. & Legout, A. (2018), Quantifying the Uncertainty in Modeled Water Drainage and Nutrient Leaching Fluxes in Forest Ecosystems, Ecosystems.

29.   Vernay, A., Malagoli, P., Fernandez, M., Perot, T., Améglio, T. & Balandier, P. (2018), Improved Deschampsia cespitosa growth by nitrogen fertilization jeopardizes Quercus petraea regeneration through intensification of competition, Basic and Applied Ecology 31, 21 - 32.

30.   Vernay, A., Malagoli, P., Fernandez, M., Perot, T., Améglio, T. & Balandier, P. (2018), Carry-over benefit of high internal N pool on growth and function of oak seedlings (Quercus petraea) competing with Deschampsia cespitosa, Forest Ecology and Management 419-420, 130 - 138.