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The citations of the BRC EP-Coll may refer to the DOI: https://doi.org/10.15454/AY4LMT
  • Ion Scotta M, Margris L, Sellier N, Warot S, Gatti F, Siccardi F, Gibert P, Vercken E, Ris N (2021) Genetic Variability, Population Differentiation, and Correlations for Thermal Tolerance Indices in the Minute Wasp, Trichogramma cacoeciae. Insects 2021, 12(11), 1013; https://doi.org/10.3390/insects12111013
  • Groussier G, Construire, maintenir, animer un Centre de ressources Biologiques sur les parasitoïdes oophages : quels défis pour les années à venir ? 42èmes journées des Entomophagistes - Rennes
  • Kan P, Shaw M.R, Kan-van Limburg Stirum B, Warot S & Groussier G (2021) First record of Telenomus kolbei (Hymenoptera, Scelionidae) in France, parasitizing the eggs of Nymphalis antiopa and Aglais io (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae) Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France, 126 (4), 2021 : 509-512. https://doi.org/10.32475/bsef_2204
  • Dahirel M, Bertin A, Calcagno V, Duraj C, Fellous S, Groussier G, Lombaert E, Mailleret L, Marchand A, Vercken E (2021) Landscape connectivity alters the evolution of density-dependent dispersal during pushed range expansions. bioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.03.03.433752
  • V. Burte, G. Perez, F. Ayed, G. Groussier, L. Mailleret, L. van Oudenhove, V. Calcagno (2021) Up and to the light : intra- and interspecific variability of photo- and geo-tactic oviposition preferences in genus Trichogramma. bioRxiv doi:https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.03.30.437671
  • Vercken E, Groussier G, Lamy L, Mailleret L (2021) The hidden side of the Allee effect: correlated demographic traits and extinction risk in experimental populations. HAL, hal-02570868, ver. 4 peerreviewed and recommended by Peer community in Ecology. https://hal.archivesouvertes. fr/hal-02570868
  • Groussier G, Cambournac L, Coche J, Duraj C, Kreiter P, Marchand A, Ris N, Warot S, Descamps S. Violette : potentiel de régulation des lépidoptères nuisibles. Une étude des ravageurs et de leurs parasitoïdes a été menée en culture de violette dans les Alpes Maritimes. Phytoma n° 743 Avril 2021
  • Lartigue, S., Yalaoui, M., Belliard, J., Caravel, C., Jeandroz, L., Groussier, G., . . . Moreau, J. (2020). Consistent variations in personality traits and their potential for genetic improvement of biocontrol agents: Trichogramma evanescens as a case study. Peer Community in Ecology. doi:https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.21.257881
  • Ivezic, A., Rugman-Jones, P., Malausa, T., Ris, N., & Ignjatovic-Cupina, A. (2020). Molecular identification ofTrichogramma species parasitizing Ostrinia nubilalisin corn and pepper in south-east border of Europe. International Journal of Pest Management. doi:10.1080/09670874.2020.1779383
  • Cruaud et al. (2018) Pushing the limits of whole genome amplification: successful sequencing of RADseq library from a single microhymenopteran (Chalcidoidea, Trichogramma). PeerJ 6:e5640; https://doi.org/ 10.7717/peerj.5640.
  • Dumbardon-Martial T et al. (2018) Inventaires des espèces du genre Trichogramma sur cucurbitacées cultivées et plantes associées en Martinique en vue du développement de méthodes de lutte biologique – Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France, 123 (4), 2018 : 401-410. https://doi.org/10.32475/bsef_2034.
  • Rahimi-Kaldeh, S., Ashouri, A., Bandani, A., & Ris, N. (2018). Abiotic and biotic factors influence diapause induction in sexual and asexual strains of Trichogramma brassicae (Hym: Trichogrammatidae). Scientific Reports, 8. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-35626-7
  • Muru D et al. (in prep) Survey of the diversity of Trichogramma species in France and neighbouring areas with information related to their host plants and habitats
  • Mougin et al. (2018) BRC4Env, a network of Biological Resource Centres for research in environmental and agricultural sciences - Environmental Science and Pollution Research doi: 10.1007/s11356-018-1973-7.
  • Warot S et al. (in prep) Insights into the molecular diversity and species delineation in the genus Trichogramma with a focus on West Palaearctic
  • Warot S. (2018) Caractérisation moléculaire et isolements reproducteurs chez des auxiliaires de lutte biologique. EPHE Thesis, Montpellier (France) https://hal-ephe.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03236272
  • Marchand A et al. (2017) Formalisation d’un Centre de ressources biologiques dédié aux parastoïdes oophages : CRB EP-Coll. Cahier des Techniques de l’INRAE. Numéro spécial «  Entomologie Appliquée » : 48-57