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Publications

Publications

2015-
ACL65. DEJEAN A., AZÉMAR F., CÉRÉGHINO R., LEPONCE M., CORBARA B., ORIVEL J. & COMPIN A., 2015. The dynamics of ant mosaics in tropical rainforests characterized using the Self-Organizing (...)

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2003-2004-2005

2003
BEC A., DESVILETTES C., VERA. A,. FONTVIEILLE D. & BOURDIER G. (2003) - Nutritional value of different food sources for the benthic daphnidae Simocephalus vetulus : role of fatty acids. (...)

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2006

BEC, A., MARTIN-CREUZBURG, D. AND VON ELERT, E. (2006) -Trophic upgrading of autotrophic picoplankton by the heterotrophic flagellate Paraphysomonas sp. Limnol. Oceanogr., 51:1699-1707.
ELLOUMI (...)

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2009

2009
Sabart M., Pobel D., Latour D., Robin J., Salençon M.J. & Humbert J.F. Spatiotemporal changes in the genetic diversity in French bloom-forming populations of the toxic cyanobacterium, (...)

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2010

2010
ARNOUS M-B., COURCOL N. & CARRIAS J-F. (2010) The significance of Transparent Exopolymer Particles in the vertical distribution of bacteria and Heterotrophic Nanoflagellates in Lake (...)

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2011

2011
BROUARD O., LEJEUNE A-H., LEROY C., CEREGHINO R., ROUX O., PELOZUELO L., DEJEAN A., CORBARA B. & CARRIAS J-F. (2011) Are Algae Relevant to the Detritus-Based Food Web in (...)

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2012

2012
DANGER M., ALLARD B., ARNOUS M.B., CARRIAS J.-F., DERENNE, S., MERIGUET, J., TEN-HAGE, L. & LACROIX G. Food-webs structure effects on the sedimentation process in shallow lakes : a (...)

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2013

2013
LEROY C., CARRIAS J-F., CORBARA B., PÉLOZUELO L., DÉZERALD O., BROUARD O., DEJEAN A. & CÉRÉGHINO R. Mutualistic ants contribute to tank-bromeliad nutrition. Annals of Botany.
DEZERALD O., (...)

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2014

2014
CARRIAS J.-F., CÉRÉGHINO R., BROUARD O., PÉLOZUELO L., DEJEAN A., COUTÉ A., CORBARA B. & LEROY C. Two coexisting tank-bromeliads host distinct algal communities on a tropical inselberg. (...)

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