emmanuelleporcher

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PublicationInbreeding depression maintained by recessive lethal mutations interacting with stabilizing selection on quantitative characters in a partially self-fertilizing population. Evolution, in press emmanuelleporcher01 month 2 weeks ago
PublicationInbreeding depression under mixed outcrossing, self-fertilization and sib-mating. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16:105 emmanuelleporcher012 months 19 hours ago
PublicationA new freshwater biodiversity indicator based on fish community assemblages. PLoS One, 8(11): e80968. emmanuelleporcher01 year 8 months ago
PublicationEvaluating a simple approximation to modeling the joint evolution of self-fertilization and inbreeding depression. Evolution. 67(12): 3628-3635. emmanuelleporcher01 year 9 months ago
PublicationVigie-flore – A nationwide monitoring programme for common plant species and plant communities in France. Biodiversity and Ecology. 4:378-379 emmanuelleporcher01 year 9 months ago
PublicationQuantifying the mutational meltdown in diploid populations. American Naturalist. 181(5): 623-636. emmanuelleporcher01 year 9 months ago
PublicationBiogeographic comparisons of herbivore attack, growth and impact of Japanese knotweed between Japan and France. Journal of Ecology. 101:118-127. emmanuelleporcher01 year 9 months ago
PublicationDelimiting synchronous populations from monitoring data. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. 20: 337-352. emmanuelleporcher01 year 9 months ago
PublicationEcological specialization and rarity indices estimated for a large number of plant species in France. Data in Brief. 3:165-168. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationConstraints imposed by pollinator behaviour on the ecology and evolution of plant mating systems. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27(7):1413-1430. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationMaintenance of quantitative genetic variance under partial self-fertilization, with implications for evolution of selfing. Genetics, 200(3): 891-906. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationPollination ecology and inbreeding depression control individual flowering phenologies and mixed mating. Evolution, 68(11): 3051–3065. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationLandscape features are a better correlate of wild plant pollination than agricultural practices in an intensive cropping system. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 201: 51-57. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationConnectivity, habitat heterogeneity, and population persistence in Ranunculus nodiflorus L., an endangered species in France emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationThe role of pollination intensity on the reproduction of females and hermaphrodites in the gynodioecious plant Gypsophila repens (Caryophyllaceae) emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationThe evolution of self-fertilization and inbreeding depression under pollen limitation and pollen discounting emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationReproductive compensation in the evolution of plant mating systems emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationLoss of gametophytic self-incompatibility with joint evolution of inbreeding depression emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationExperimental demonstration of a causal relationship between heterogeneity of selection and genetic differentiation at quantitative traits emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationDynamic management of genetic resources; maintenance of outcrossing in experimental metapopulations of a predominantly inbreeding species emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationFrom metabolism to polymorphism in bacterial populations: a theoretical study emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
PublicationQuantifying the dynamics of prion infection: a bifurcation analysis of Laurent's model emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 months ago
ÉquipeTeam "Ecological Bases of Conservation" emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 months ago
 
 
 

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