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Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Johan Dahlberg C,

    Ehrlén J,

    Christiansen D,

    Meineri E,

    Hylander K,

    (2019)

    Correlations between plant climate optima across different spatial scales

    Environmental and Experimental Botany

    Identifying the factors determining the abundance and distribution of species is a fundamental question in ecology. One key issue is how similar the factors determining species’ distributions across spatial scales are (here we focus especially on spatial extents). If the factors are similar across e…

    Keywords :

    bryophyte,

    climatic optima,

    distribution,

    microclimate,

    spatial scale,

    vascular plant,

  • Arnal P,

    Coeur d'acier A,

    Favret C,

    Godefroid M,

    Qiao G,

    Jousselin E,

    Sanchez Meseguer A,

    (2019)

    The evolution of climate tolerance in conifer‐feeding aphids in relation to their host's climatic niche

    Ecology and Evolution

    Climate adaptation has major consequences in the evolution and ecology of all living organisms. Though phytophagous insects are an important component of Earth’s biodiversity, there are few studies investigating the evolution of their climatic preferences. This lack of research is probably because t…

    Keywords :

    climate,

    insect–plant interactions,

    niche equivalency tests,

    niche evolution,

    phylogeny,

    phytophagous insects,

  • Roy M,

    (2019)

    What processes shape the specialization of plant-fungi mutualisms? An investigation across scales and ecosystems

    As with all macro-organisms, plants are always surrounded by and associated with a diverse community of microorganisms, and indeed, it is hard to find a leaf which is not colonized by a fungus nor a root which is not associated with below-ground mycelium (Rodriguez et al., 2009). Plant-fungi interac…

  • Ocampo M,

    Castillo Santiago M,

    Ochoa-Gaona S,

    Enríquez P,

    Sibelet N,

    (2019)

    Assessment of Habitat Quality and Landscape Connectivity for Forest-Dependent Cracids in the Sierra Madre del Sur Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, Mé…

    Tropical Conservation Science

    Assessing landscape connectivity allows us to identify critical areas that impede or facilitate the movement of organisms and their genes and to plan their conservation and management. In this article, we assessed landscape connectivity and ecological condition of the habitat patches of a highly bio…

    Keywords :

    agroforestry systems,

    forest fragmentation,

    functional connectivity,

    habitat quality,

    potential distribution,

  • Mori E,

    Cardador L,

    Reino L,

    White R,

    Hernández-Brito D,

    Le Louarn M,

    Mentil L,

    Edelaar P,

    Pârâu L,

    Nikolov B,

    Menchetti M,

    (2019)

    Lovebirds in the air: trade patterns, establishment success and niche shifts of Agapornis parrots within their non-native range

    Biological Invasions

    Understanding the factors influencing the establishment of non-native species is pivotal with regards to the development of effective biosecurity policies. In this paper, we aim to assess the role of climate matching, trade patterns and breeding origin as drivers of establishment success of introduc…

    Keywords :

    Agapornis,

    Bird trade,

    Niche shift,

    Non-native species,

    Propagule pressure,

  • Armani M,

    Charles-Dominique T,

    E. Barton K,

    W. Tomlinson K,

    (2019)

    Developmental constraints and resource environment shape early emergence and investment in spines in saplings

    Annals of Botany

    Background and Aims: Herbivory by large mammals imposes a critical recruitment bottleneck on plants in many systems. Spines defend plants against large herbivores and how early they emerge in saplings may be one of the strongest predictors of sapling survival in herbivore-rich environments. Yet litt…

    Keywords :

    developmental constraints,

    early emergence,

    large herbivore,

    prickle,

    resource environment,

    sapling,

    spine,

    spinescence,

    thorn,

  • Katayama T,

    Kawashima S,

    Micklem G,

    Kawano S,

    Kim J,

    Kocbek S,

    Okamoto S,

    Wang Y,

    Wu H,

    Yamaguchi A,

    Yamamoto Y,

    Antezana E,

    Aoki-Kinoshita K,

    Arakawa K,

    Banno M,

    Baran J,

    Bolleman J,

    Bonnal R,

    Bono H,

    Fernández-Breis J,

    Buels R,

    Campbell M,

    Chiba H,

    Cock P,

    Cohen K,

    Dumontier M,

    Fujisawa T,

    Fujiwara T,

    Garcia L,

    Gaudet P,

    Hattori E,

    Hoehndorf R,

    Itaya K,

    Ito M,

    Jamieson D,

    Jupp S,

    Juty N,

    Kalderimis A,

    Kato F,

    Kawaji H,

    Kawashima T,

    Kinjo A,

    Komiyama Y,

    Kotera M,

    Kushida T,

    Malone J,

    Matsubara M,

    Mizuno S,

    Mizutani S,

    Mori H,

    Moriya Y,

    Murakami K,

    Nakazato T,

    Nishide H,

    Nishimura Y,

    Ogishima S,

    Ohta T,

    Okuda S,

    Ono H,

    Perez-Riverol Y,

    Shinmachi D,

    Splendiani A,

    Strozzi F,

    Suzuki S,

    Takehara J,

    Thompson M,

    Tokimatsu T,

    Uchiyama I,

    Verspoor K,

    Wilkinson M,

    Wimalaratne S,

    Yamada I,

    Yamamoto N,

    Yarimizu M,

    Kawamoto S,

    Takagi T,

    (2019)

    BioHackathon series in 2013 and 2014: improvements of semantic interoperability in life science data and services

    F1000Research

    Publishing databases in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) model is becoming widely accepted to maximize the syntactic and semantic interoperability of open data in life sciences. Here we report advancements made in the 6th and 7th annual BioHackathons which were held in Tokyo and Miyagi respe…

    Keywords :

    BioHackathon,

    Bioinformatics,

    Data integration,

    Data models,

    Data sharing,

    Databases,

    Ontology,

    Semantic Web,

    Semantic interoperability,

    Web services,

  • Latron M,

    Arnaud J,

    Ferla H,

    Godé C,

    Duputié A,

    (2019)

    Effects of contemporary shifts of range margins on patterns of genetic structure and mating system in two coastal plant species

    Heredity

    Species’ geographical ranges are often restricted due to niche limitation resulting in geographical isolation and reduced population size at range margins. Under the “abundant center” paradigm, static marginal populations are thus expected to show higher genetic differentiation and lower genetic div…

  • Vanegas-León M,

    Sulzbacher M,

    Rinaldi A,

    Roy M,

    Selosse M,

    Neves M,

    (2019)

    Are Trechisporales ectomycorrhizal or non-mycorrhizal root endophytes?

    Mycological Progress

    Trechispora (Hydnodontaceae) is considered as a soil-inhabiting fungus. However, some species in the genus are frequently forming basidiomes on soil, a typical feature of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Ectomycorrhizal basidiomes are found in neotropical and subtropical region, but taxonomical information an…

    Keywords :

    Atlantic rainforest,

    Biotrophic nutrition,

    Ectomycorrhizal fungi,

    ITS,

    Isotopic analysis,

    Phylogenetic analysis,

  • Botella C,

    Joly A,

    Bonnet P,

    Munoz F,

    Monestiez P,

    (2019)

    Jointly estimating ecological niches and spatial sampling effort from multiple species occurrences

    Building reliable Species Distribution Models (SDM) from species occurrence information collected without protocol requires correctly acknowledging the coverage and intensity of contributor observations, i.e. the sampling effort. However, in most cases sampling effort is unknown, and there is no me…

    Keywords :

    Poisson point process,

    biodiversity monitoring,

    citizen-science,

    multi-species models,

    niche models,

    opportunistic data,

    presence only data,

    sampling bias,

    sampling effort,

    species distribution modeling,

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