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Recent publications

Banguera-Hinestroza E, Ferrada E, Sawall Y, Flot J-F (2019) Computational characterization of the mtORF of Pocilloporid corals: insights into protein structure and function in Stylophora lineages from contrasting environments. Genes 10, 324.

Chérasse S, Dacquin P, Aron S (2019) Mating triggers an up-regulation of vitellogenin and defensin in ant queens. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205, 745-753.

D'Haijère T, Mardulyn P, Dong L, et al. (In press) Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic synopsis of the angraecoid genus Ypsilopus (Orchidaceae, Vandeae). Taxon.

Darras H, Kuhn A, Aron S (2019) Evolution of hybridogenetic lineages in Cataglyphis ants. Molecular Ecology 28, 3073-3088.

Dellicour S, Flot J-F (2018) The hitchhiker's guide to single-locus species delimitation. Molecular Ecology Resources 18, 1234-1246.

Hardy OJ, Delaide B, Hainaut H, et al. (2019) Seed and pollen dispersal distances in two African legume timber trees and their reproductive potential under selective logging. Molecular Ecology 28, 3119-3134.

Hellemans S, Kaczmarek N, Marynowska M, Calusinska M, Roisin Y, Fournier D (2019) Bacteriome-associated Wolbachia of the parthenogenetic termite Cavitermes tuberosus. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95, fiy235.

Lecocq de Pletincx N, Kuhn A, Aron S (2019) Population structure and sociogenetic organisation in a species with ergatoid queens, the desert ant Ocymyrmex robustior. Insectes sociaux 66, 389-401.

Migliore J, Kaymak E, Mariac C, et al. (2019) Pre-Pleistocene origin of phylogeographical breaks in African rain forest trees: New insights from Greenwayodendron (Annonaceae) phylogenomics. Journal of Biogeography 46, 212-223.

Monthe FK, Migliore J, Duminil J, et al. (2019) Phylogenetic relationships in two African Cedreloideae tree genera (Meliaceae) reveal multiple rain/dry forest transitions. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 37, 1-10.

Willot Q, Mardulyn P, Defrance M, Gueydan C, Aron S (2018) Molecular chaperoning helps safeguarding mitochondrial integrity and motor functions in the Sahara silver ant Cataglyphis bombycina. Scientific Reports 8, 9220.


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