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 emmanuelleporcher03 months 2 weeks ago
PublicationInbreeding depression under mixed outcrossing, self-fertilization and sib-mating. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16:105 emmanuelleporcher01 year 1 month ago
PublicationA new freshwater biodiversity indicator based on fish community assemblages. PLoS One, 8(11): e80968. emmanuelleporcher01 year 10 months ago
PublicationEvaluating a simple approximation to modeling the joint evolution of self-fertilization and inbreeding depression. Evolution. 67(12): 3628-3635. emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 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 11 months ago
PublicationQuantifying the mutational meltdown in diploid populations. American Naturalist. 181(5): 623-636. emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 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 11 months ago
PublicationDelimiting synchronous populations from monitoring data. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. 20: 337-352. emmanuelleporcher01 year 11 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 12 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 12 months ago
PublicationMaintenance of quantitative genetic variance under partial self-fertilization, with implications for evolution of selfing. Genetics, 200(3): 891-906. emmanuelleporcher01 year 12 months ago
PublicationPollination ecology and inbreeding depression control individual flowering phenologies and mixed mating. Evolution, 68(11): 3051–3065. emmanuelleporcher01 year 12 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 12 months ago
PublicationConnectivity, habitat heterogeneity, and population persistence in Ranunculus nodiflorus L., an endangered species in France emmanuelleporcher02 years 3 weeks ago
PublicationThe role of pollination intensity on the reproduction of females and hermaphrodites in the gynodioecious plant Gypsophila repens (Caryophyllaceae) emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationThe evolution of self-fertilization and inbreeding depression under pollen limitation and pollen discounting emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationReproductive compensation in the evolution of plant mating systems emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationLoss of gametophytic self-incompatibility with joint evolution of inbreeding depression emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationExperimental demonstration of a causal relationship between heterogeneity of selection and genetic differentiation at quantitative traits emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationDynamic management of genetic resources; maintenance of outcrossing in experimental metapopulations of a predominantly inbreeding species emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationFrom metabolism to polymorphism in bacterial populations: a theoretical study emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
PublicationQuantifying the dynamics of prion infection: a bifurcation analysis of Laurent's model emmanuelleporcher02 years 4 weeks ago
ÉquipeTeam "Ecological Bases of Conservation" emmanuelleporcher02 years 6 months ago
 
 
 

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