Jeudi 23 Novembre 2017

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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    Predicting the risk of plant invasion on islands: the case of Miconia calvescens in the Marquesas, French Polynesia (South Pacific)

    Predicting the distribution of alien plant species in newly introduced areas where they are found in small numbers is crucial for biodiversity management. Miconia calvescens (Melastomataceae), a small tree native to Central and South America, has become one of the world’s worst plant invader in trop…

  • Chalmandrier L,

    Albouy C,

    Pellissier L,


    Species pool distributions along functional trade-offs shape plant productivity–diversity relationships

    Scientific Reports

    Grasslands deliver the resources for food production and are among the most biologically diverse ecosystems. These characteristics are often in conflict as increasing yield through fertilization can lead to biodiversity loss. Thus, the challenge in grassland management is to sustain both yield and d…

  • Brozovic M,

    Dantec C,

    Dardaillon J,

    Dauga D,

    Faure E,

    Gineste M,

    Louis A,

    Naville M,

    Nitta K,

    Piette J,

    Reeves W,

    Scornavacca C,

    Simion P,

    Vincentelli R,

    Bellec M,

    Aicha S,

    Fagotto M,

    Guéroult-Bellone M,

    Haeussler M,

    Jacox E,

    Lowe E,

    Mendez M,

    Roberge A,

    Stolfi A,

    Yokomori R,

    Brown C,

    Cambillau C,

    Christiaen L,

    Delsuc F,

    Douzery E,

    Dumollard R,

    Kusakabe T,

    Nakai K,

    Nishida H,

    Satou Y,

    Swalla B,

    Veeman M,

    Volff J,

    Lemaire P,


    ANISEED 2017: extending the integrated ascidian database to the exploration and evolutionary comparison of genome-scale datasets

    Nucleic Acids Research

    ANISEED ( is the main model organism database for tunicates, the sister-group of vertebrates. This release gives access to annotated genomes, gene expression patterns, and anatomical descriptions for nine ascidian species. It provides increased integration with external molecular…

  • Owens H,

    Lewis D,

    Dupuis J,

    Clamens A,

    Sperling F,

    Kawahara A,

    Guralnick R,

    Condamine F,


    The latitudinal diversity gradient in New World swallowtail butterflies is caused by contrasting patterns of out-of- and into-the-tropics dispersal

    Global Ecology and Biogeography

    Aim: The aim was to determine processes driving the latitudinal diversity gradient (LDG) in New World swallowtail butterfly diversity. We tested three mechanisms commonly invoked to explain the LDG: ecological opportunity, evolutionary rates and biogeographical history. Location: New World and Euras…

  • Marchand F,

    Beaulaton L,

    Prévost E,

    Delanoë R,

    Destouches J,

    Gueraud F,

    Guilloux Y,

    Jeannot N,

    Huchet E,

    Lange F,

    Rives J,

    Tremblay J,

    Herrard N,

    Azam D,


    Abundance indices and biological traits of juvenile salmon (Salmo salar) sampled in three rivers on the Atlantic and Channel coasts (France)

    Biodiversity Data Journal

    Background: Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) is an anadromous migratory species adapted to cool temperatures. It is protected by the Bern convention and by the European Habitats Directive. It has been listed as vulnerable by the French IUCN Red List. Salmon decline is the result of combined and cumulat…

    Keywords :

    Salmo salar,


    biological traits,

    coastal river,



  • Padayachee A,

    Irlich U,

    Faulkner K,

    Gaertner M,

    Procheş ,

    Wilson J,

    Rouget M,


    How do invasive species travel to and through urban environments?

    Biological Invasions

    Globalisation has resulted in the movement of organisms outside their natural range, often with negative ecological and economic consequences. As cities are hubs of anthropogenic activities, with both highly transformed and disturbed environments, these areas are often the first point of entry for a…

    Keywords :

    Biological invasions,

    Pathways of introduction,


    Urban invasions,

    Vectors of spread,

  • Nicolas V,

    Mataame A,

    Crochet P,

    Geniez P,

    Fahd S,

    Ohler A,


    Phylogeography and ecological niche modeling unravel the evolutionary history of the African green toad, Bufotes boulengeri boulengeri (Amphibia: Bufo…

    Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research

    Recent integration of ecological niche models in phylogeographic studies is improving our understanding of the processes structuring genetic variation across landscapes. Previous studies on the amphibian Bufotes boulengeri boulengeri uncovered a surprisingly weak intraspecific differentiation across…

  • Haudecoeur R,

    Peuchmaur M,

    Pérès B,

    Rome M,

    Taïwe G,

    Boumendjel A,

    Boucherle B,


    Traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacological properties of African Nauclea species: A review

    Journal of Ethnopharmacology

    Ethnopharmacoalogical relevance: The genus Nauclea in Africa comprises seven species. Among them, N. latifolia, N. diderrichii and N. pobeguinii are widely used by the local population in traditional remedies. Preparation from various parts of plants (e.g. roots, bark, leaves) are indicated by tradi…

    Keywords :

    Genus Nauclea,

    N. diderrichii,

    N. latifolia,

    N. pobeguinii,

    digestive ailments,

    indoloquinolizidines alkaloids,





    traditional medicine,

  • Ayata S,

    Irisson J,

    Aubert A,

    Berline L,

    Dutay J,

    Mayot N,

    Nieblas A,

    D'Ortenzio F,

    Palmiéri J,

    Reygondeau G,

    Rossi V,

    Guieu C,


    Regionalisation of the Mediterranean basin, a MERMEX synthesis

    Progress in Oceanography

    Regionalisation aims at delimiting provinces within which physical conditions, chemical properties, and biological communities are reasonably homogeneous. This article proposes a synthesis of the many recent regionalisations of the open-sea regions of the Mediterranean Sea. The nine studies consider…

    Keywords :

    Mediterranean Sea,



    epipelagic ocean,


    mesoscale features,


    spatial planning,

  • Ben Abdelkrim A,

    Hattab T,

    Fakhfakh H,

    Belkadhi M,

    Gorsane F,


    A landscape genetic analysis of important agricultural pest species in Tunisia: The whitefly Bemisia tabaci


    Combining landscape ecology and genetics provides an excellent framework to appreciate pest population dynamics and dispersal. The genetic architectures of many species are always shaped by environmental constraints. Because little is known about the ecological and genetic traits of Tunisian whitefl…

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