Jeudi 04 Juin 2020

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Boucher F,

    Quatela A,

    Ellis A,

    Verboom G,


    Diversification rate vs. diversification density: Decoupled consequences of plant height for diversification of Alooideae in time and space


    While biodiversity hotspots are typically identified on the basis of species number per unit area, their exceptional richness is often attributed, either implicitly or explicitly, to high diversification rates. High species concentrations, however, need not reflect rapid diversification, with the di…

  • Brunel C,

    Pouteau R,

    Dawson W,

    Pester M,

    Ramirez K,

    van Kleunen M,


    Towards Unraveling Macroecological Patterns in Rhizosphere Microbiomes

    Trends in Plant Science

    It is generally accepted that plants locally influence the composition and activity of their rhizosphere microbiome, and that rhizosphere community assembly further involves a hierarchy of constraints with varying strengths across spatial and temporal scales. However, our knowledge of rhizosphere mi…

    Keywords :

    amplicon sequencing variants,

    macroecological patterns,

    meta-analysis of sequencing data,

    reference database,

    rhizosphere microbiome,

  • Cunha M,

    Génio L,

    Pradillon F,

    Clavel Henry M,

    Beaulieu S,

    Birch J,

    Campuzano F,

    Carretón M,

    De Leo F,

    Gula J,

    Laming S,

    Lindsay D,

    Matos F,

    Metaxas A,

    Meyer-Kaiser K,

    Mills S,

    Queiroga H,

    Rodrigues C,

    Sarrazin J,

    Watanabe H,

    Young R,

    Young C,


    Foresight Workshop on Advances in Ocean Biological Observations: a sustained system for deep-ocean meroplankton

    Research Ideas and Outcomes

    Recent advances in technology have enabled an unprecedented development of underwater research, extending from near shore to the deepest regions of the globe. However, monitoring of biodiversity is not fully implemented in political agendas and biological observations in the deep ocean have been eve…

    Keywords :


    deep-ocean observations,


    underwater technology,

  • Le Driant F,

    Carlón L,


    The Saharo-Arabian Gymnocarpos sclerocephalus (Caryophyllaceae) new to Europe in the semideserts of Almería, Spain


    The first European record of Gymnocarpos sclerocephalus (Paronychia sclerocephala, Sclerocephalus arabicus, Caryophyllaceae), from the semidesert of Tabernas (Almería, Andalusia, Spain), is presented. After a diagnostic description and ecological interpretation of the species, we provide arguments i…

  • Scharmüller A,

    Schreiner V,

    Schäfer R,


    Standartox: Standardizing Toxicity Data


    An increasing number of chemicals such as pharmaceuticals, pesticides and synthetic hormones are in daily use all over the world. In the environment, chemicals can adversely affect populations and communities and in turn related ecosystem functions. To evaluate the risks from chemicals for ecosystem…

    Keywords :





    effect database,

    environmental risk assessment,



  • Potapov A,

    Pollierer M,

    Salmon S,

    Sustr V,

    Chen T,


    Multidimensional trophic niche approach: gut content, digestive enzymes, fatty acids and stable isotopes in Collembola


    The trophic niche of an organism is tightly related to its role in the ecosystem and can explain its coexistence with other species. A number of instrumental methods were developed to describe trophic niches of organisms in natural complex and cryptic ecosystems where direct observation is hampered,…

    Keywords :


    diet tracing,

    food webs,

    method comparison,


    trophic interactions,

  • Gardner E,

    Audi L,

    Zhang Q,

    Sauquet H,

    Monro A,

    Zerega N,


    Phylogenomics of Brosimum Sw. (Moraceae) and allied genera, including a revised subgeneric system


    We present a phylogenomic study of Brosimum and the allied genera Trymatococcus and Helianthostylis, with near-complete taxon sampling. Distributed from Mexico and the Greater Antilles to the Amazon, this clade contains the underutilized crop ramón (bread nut) (Brosimum alicastrum) as well as other …

    Keywords :






    Maya nut,



    bread nut,



    target enrichment,

  • D'Ávila S,

    Simone L,

    Cappa de Oliveira L,

    Charles L,

    Maestrati P,


    Rediscovery of Obeliscus agassizi Pilsbry, 1906 (Gastropoda, Subulinidae, Obeliscinae), annotated checklist of species of Obeliscus Beck, 1837 and fir…


    Obeliscus agassizi Pilsbry, 1906 was described from specimens collected in Brazil, by J. G. Anthony, during the Agassiz expedition, in 1865. The type locality of the species was given simply as Brazil, without further information. More than a century after its description, this species was rediscove…

    Keywords :



    anatomical study,

    land snail,


  • Louppe V,

    Leroy B,

    Herrel A,

    Veron G,


    The globally invasive small Indian mongoose Urva auropunctata is likely to spread with climate change

    Scientific Reports

    Invasive alien species represent one of the major factors of global loss of biodiversity and disruption of natural ecosystems. The small Indian mongoose, Urva auropunctata, is considered one of the wild carnivore species with the greatest negative impact on global biodiversity. Understanding of the …

  • Uhlir P,

    Pfeiffenberger H,


    Twenty-year review of GBIF


    This independent report was requested from CODATA by the GBIF Governing Board and leadership, who comprise the primary intended audience. The report comprises two documents: • the EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, which presents the conclusions and recommendations; and, • the FULL REPORT which lays out thematical…

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