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Preprints uploaded in 2022

Dobigny G. & Morand S. Preprint2022. Zoonotic emergence at the animal-environment-human interface: the forgotten urban socio-ecosystems. Zenodo: May 2022,

Ségard A., Roméro A., Ravel S., Truc P., Dobigny G., Gauthier P., Dossou* H.-J., Badou* S., Houéménou G., Morand S., Chaisiri K., Noûs C. & De Meeûs T. Preprint2022. Development of nine microsatellite loci for Trypanosoma lewisi , a potential human pathogen in Western Africa and South-East Asia, and preliminary population genetics analyses. Zenodo: May 2022,

Preprints uploaded in 2021

Magnier J., Druet T., Naves M., Ouvrard M., Raoul S., Janelle J., Moazami-Goudarzi K., Lesnoff M., Tillard E., Gautier M. & Flori L. Preprint2021. The genetic history of Mayotte and Madagascar cattle breeds mirrors the complex pattern of human exchanges in Western Indian Ocean. bioRxiv: October 2021,

Migeon A., Auger P., Fossati O., Hufbauer R.A., Miranda M., Zriki G. & Navajas M. Preprint2021. Can intraspecific variation in an herbivorous mite alter responses to drought-stressed host plant? A common garden experiment in the context of climate change. bioRxiv: October 2021,

Rode N.O., Jabbour-Zahab R., Boyer L., Flaven É., Hontoria F., Stappen G.V., Dufresne F., Haag C. & Lenormand T. Preprint2021. The origin of asexual brine shrimps. bioRxiv: June 2021,

Preprints uploaded in 2020

Abbate J., Galan M., Razzauti M., Sironen A., Voutilainen L., Henttonen H., Gasqui P., Cosson J.-F. & Charbonnel N. Preprint 2020. Pathogen community composition and co-infection patterns in a wild community of rodents. bioRxiv: February 2020,

Allio R., Nabholz B., Wanke S., Chomicki G., Pérez-Escobar O.A., Cotton A., Clamens A.-L., Kergoat G.J., Sperling F.A.H. & Condamine F.L. Preprint 2020. Genome-wide macroevolutionary signatures of key innovations in butterflies colonizing new host plants. bioRxiv: July 2020,

Angell C., Oudin M., Rode N.O., Mautz B., Bonduriansky R. & Rundle H. Preprint 2020. Development time mediates the effect of larval diet on ageing and mating success of male antler flies in the wild. EcoEvoRxiv: March 2020,

Boissot N., Dutartre-Fricaux L., Beucher C. & Vanlerberghe-Masutti F. Preprint 2020. Highly conserved genes expressed in aphid saliva are candidates for host plant adaptation in Aphis gossypii. Research Square: March 2020,

Escalante M.A., Perrier C., Garcia de Leon F.J., Ruiz Luna A., Ortega Abboud E. & Manel S. Preprint 2020. Genotyping-by-sequencing reveals the effects of riverscape, climate and interspecific introgression on the genetic diversity and local adaptation of the endangered Mexican golden trout (Oncorhynchus chrysogaster). bioRxiv: June 2020,

Guilhot* R., Xuéreb A. & Fellous S. Preprint 2020. The partitioning of symbionts effects on host resource acquisition and developmental plasticity. bioRxiv: April 2020,

Guilhot* R., Rombaut* A., Xuéreb A., Howell K. & Fellous S. Preprint 2020. Bacterial influence on the maintenance of symbiotic yeast through Drosophila metamorphosis. bioRxiv: June 2020,

Guilhot* R., Lagmairi A., Olazcuaga* L., Xuéreb A. & Fellous S. Preprint 2020. The origin and maintenance of microbial symbionts of Drosophila larvae. bioRxiv: Septembre 2020,

Ollivier* M., Gauthier P., Lesieur V., Thomann T., Jourdan M., Bon M.C., Sheppard A., Raghu S., Tixier M.-S. & Martin J.-F. Preprint 2020. Using karyotyping and achene morphology to accurately identify Sonchus oleraceus (Asteraceae) in the context of its biological control. bioRxiv: February 2020,

Olvera-Vazquez S.G., Remoue C., Venon A., Rousselet A., Grandcolas O., Azrine M., Momont L., Galan M., Benoit L., David G., Alhmedi A., Belien T., Alins G., Franck P., Haddioui A., Jacobsen S.K., Andreev R., Simon S., Sigsgaard L., Guibert E., Tournant L., Gazel F., Mody K., Khachtib Y., Roman A., Ursu T.M., Zakharov I.A., Belcram H., Harry M., Roth M., Simon J.C., Oram S., Ricard J.M., Agnello A., Beers E.H., Engelman J., Balti I., Salhi-Hannachi A., Zhang H., Tu H., Mottet C., Barres B., Degrave A., Razmjou J., Giraud T., Falque M., Dapena E., Minarro M., Jardillier L., Deschamps P., Jousselin E. & Cornille A. 2020. Large-scale geographic survey provides insights into the colonization history of a major aphid pest on its cultivated apple host in Europe, North America and North Africa. bioRxiv: December 2020,

Quéméré E., Hessenauer P., Galan M., Fernandez M., Merlet J., Chaval Y., Morellet N., Verheyden H., Gilot-Fromont E. & Charbonnel N. Preprint 2020. Antagonistic pathogen-mediated selection favours the maintenance of innate immune gene polymorphism in a widespread wild ungulate. bioRxiv: January 2020,

Rasplus J.-Y., Rodriguez L.J., Sauné L., Peng Y.-Q., Bain A., Kjellberg F., Harrison R.D., Pereira R.A.S., Ubaidillah R., Tollon-Cordet C., Gautier M., Rossi J.-P. & Cruaud A. Preprint 2020. Exploring systematic biases, rooting methods and morphological evidence to unravel the evolutionary history of the genus Ficus (Moraceae). bioRxiv: April 2020,

Rode N.O., Courtier-Orgogozo V. & Débarre F. Preprint 2020. Can a population targeted by a CRISPR-based homing gene drive be rescued? bioRxiv: March 2020,

Stragier C., Piry S., Loiseau A., Kane M., Sow A., Niang Y., Diallo M., Ndiaye A., Gauthier P., Borderon M., Granjon L., Brouat C. & Berthier K. Preprint 2020. Interplay between historical and current features of the cityscape in shaping the genetic structure of the house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) in Dakar (Senegal, West Africa). bioRxiv: March 2020,

Tournayre* O., Leuchtmann M., Galan M., Trillat M., Piry S., Pinaud D., Filippi-Codaccioni O., Pontier D. & Charbonnel N. Preprint 2020. eDNA metabarcoding reveals a core and secondary diets of the greater horseshoe bat with strong spatio-temporal plasticity. bioRxiv: June 2020,

Yainna S., Tay W.T., Fiteni E., Legeai F., Clamens A.-L., Gimenez S., Frayssinet M., Asokan R., Kalleshwaraswamy C.M., Meagher J., R.L., Blanco C.A., Silvie P., Brévault T., Dassou A., Kergoat G.J., Walsh T., Gordon K., Nègre N., d'Alençon E. & Nam K. Preprint 2020. Genomic balancing selection is key to the invasive success of the fall armyworm. bioRxiv: June 2020,

Preprints uploaded in 2019

Charbonnel N., Galan M., Tatard C., Loiseau A., Diagne C., Dalecky A., Parrinello H., Rialle S., Severac D. & Brouat C. Preprint 2019. Differential immune gene expression associated with contemporary range expansion of two invasive rodents in Senegal. bioRxiv: February 2019,

Cruaud A., Delvare G., Nidelet S., Sauné L., Ratnasingham S., Chartois M., Blaimer B.B., Gates M., Brady S.G., Faure S., van Noort S., Rossi J.-P. & Rasplus J.-Y. Preprint 2019. Ultra‐Conserved Elements and morphology reciprocally illuminate conflicting phylogenetic hypotheses in Chalcididae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea). bioRxiv: September 2019,

Perrier C., Rougemont Q. & Charmantier A. Preprint 2019. Genomics of local adaptation in blue tit. bioRxiv: December 2019,

Rougemont Q., Dolo V., Oger A., Besnard A.-L., Huteau D., Coutellec M.-A., Perrier C., Launey S. & Evanno G. 2019. Riverscape genetics in brook lamprey: genetic diversity is less influenced by river fragmentation than by gene flow with the anadromous ecotype. bioRxiv: December 2019,

Tournayre* O., Leuchtmann M., Filippi-Codaccioni O., Trillat M., Piry S., Pontier D., Charbonnel N. & Galan M. Preprint 2019. In silico and empirical evaluation of twelve COI & 16S metabarcoding primer sets for insectivorous diet analyses. bioRxiv: August 2019,

Preprints uploaded in 2018

Godefroid M., Cruaud A., Streito J.-C., Rasplus J.-Y. & Rossi J.-P. Preprint 2018. Climate change and the potential distribution of Xylella fastidiosa in Europe. BioRxiv March 2018,

Hivert* V., Leblois R., Petit E.J., Gautier M. & Vitalis R. Preprint 2018. Measuring genetic differentiation from Pool-seq data. bioRxiv: March 2018,

Orsucci M., Mone Y., Audiot P., Gimenez S., Nhim S., Nait-Saidi R., Frayssinet M., Dumont G., Pommier A., Boudon J.-P., Vabre M., Rialle S., Koual R., Kergoat G.J., Nagoshi R.N., Meagher R.L., d'Alencon E. & Negre N. Preprint 2018. Transcriptional plasticity evolution in two strains of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) feeding on alternative host-plants. bioRxiv: March 2018,

Rode N.O., Estoup A., Bourguet D., Courtier-Orgogozo V. & Débarre F. Preprint 2018. What are the benefits and risks of gene drives for population management and conservation biology? Zenodo: November 2018,