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Nom : RIVERO
Prénom : Ana
Equipe : EEPI
Grade : DR2
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Téléphone : (+33) 4 67 41 63 73
Fax : (+33) 4 67 41 62 99
Bureau : 171
Implantation : IRD Montpellier
Appartenance : CNRS
Thématique : - Ecologie évolutive des interactions hôte-parasite
- Résistance aux insecticides et transmission des maladies chez les moustiques

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Publications :

Pigeault R, Garnier R, Rivero A, Gandon S (2016) Evolution of transgenerational immunity in invertebrates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 283: 20161136 doi

Pigeault R, Nicot A, Gandon S, Rivero A (2015) Mosquito age and avian malaria infection. Malaria Journal 14: 383 doi

Pigeault R, Vézilier J, Cornet S, Zélé F, Nicot A, Perret P, Gandon S, Rivero A (2015) Avian malaria: a new lease of life for an old experimental model to study the evolutionary ecology of Plasmodium. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370: 20140300 doi

Pigeault R, Vézilier J, Nicot A, Gandon S & Rivero A (2015) Transgenerational effect of infection in Plasmodium-infected mosquitoes. Biology Letters. 11: 20141025 doi

Vézilier J, Nicot A, Gandon S & Rivero A (2015) Plasmodium infection brings forward mosquito oviposition. Biology Letters. 11: 20140840 doi

Cornet S, Nicot A, Rivero A & Gandon S (2014) Evolution of plastic transmission strategies in avian malaria. PLoS Pathogens. 10: 1004308 doi

Gómez-Díaz E, Rivero A, Chandre F & Corces VG (2014) Insights into the epigenomic landscape of the human malaria vector Anopheles gambiae. Frontiers in Genetics. 5: 277 doi

Hughes GL, Rivero A & Rasgon JL (2014) Wolbachia can enhance Plasmodium infection in mosquitoes: implications for malaria control? PLoS Pathogens. 10: 1004182 doi

Zélé F, Nicot A, Berthomieu A, Weill M, Duron O & Rivero A (2014) Wolbachia increases susceptibility to Plasmodium infection in a natural system. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 281: doi

Zélé F, Vézilier J, L'Ambert G, Nicot A, Gandon S, Rivero A & Duron O (2014) Dynamics of prevalence and diversity of avian malaria infections in wild Culex pipiens mosquitoes: the effects of Wolbachia, filarial nematodes and insecticide resistance. Parasites & Vectors. 7: 437 doi

Cornet S, Gandon S & Rivero A (2013) Patterns of phenoloxidase activity in insecticide resistant and susceptible mosquitoes differ between laboratory-selected and wild-caught individuals. Parasites & Vectors. 6: 315 doi

Cornet S, Nicot A, Rivero A & Gandon S (2013) Both infected and uninfected mosquitoes are attracted toward malaria infected birds. Malaria Journal. 12: 179 doi

Cornet S, Nicot A, Rivero A & Gandon S (2013) Malaria infection increases bird attractiveness to uninfected mosquitoes. Ecology Letters. 16: 323-329 doi

Vézilier J, Nicot A, De Lorgeril J, Gandon S & Rivero A (2013) The impact of insecticide resistance on Culex pipiens immunity. Evolutionary Applications. 6: 497-509 doi

Gómez-Díaz E, Jordà M, Peinado MA & Rivero A (2012) Epigenetics of host-pathogen interactions: The road ahead and the road behind. PLoS Pathogens. 8: e1003007 doi

Vézilier J, Nicot A, Gandon S & Rivero A (2012) Plasmodium infection decreases fecundity and increases survival of mosquitoes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 279: 4033-4041 doi

Zélé F, Nicot A, Duron O & Rivero A (2012) Infection with Wolbachia protects mosquitoes against Plasmodium-induced mortality in a natural system. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25: 1243-1252 doi

Rivero A, Magaud A, Nicot A & Vézilier J (2011) Energetic cost of insecticide resistance in Culex pipiens mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology. 48: 694-700 doi pdf

Rivero A, Vézilier J, Weill M, Read AF & Gandon S (2010) Insecticide control of vector-borne diseases: When is insecticide resistance a problem? PLoS Pathogens. 6: e1001000 pdf

Vézilier J, Nicot A, Gandon S & Rivero A (2010) Insecticide resistance and malaria transmission: infection rate and oocyst burden in Culex pipiens mosquitoes infected with Plasmodium relictum. Malaria Journal. 9: 379 pdf

Gandon S, Varaldi J, Fleury F & Rivero A (2009) Evolution and manipulation of parasitoid egg load. Evolution. 63: 2974-2984 pdf

Gomendio M, García-González F & Rivero A (2008) Male egg carrying in Phyllomorpha laciniata is favoured by natural, not sexual, selection. Animal Behaviour. 75: 763-770 pdf

Michalakis Y, Bedhomme S, Biron DG, Rivero A, Sidobre C & Agnew P (2008) Virulence and resistance in a mosquito-microsporidium interaction. Evolutionary Applications. 1: 49-56 pdf

Rivero A, Agnew P, Bedhomme S, Sidobre C & Michalakis Y (2007) Resource depletion in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes infected by the microsporidia Vavraia culicis. Parasitology. 134: 1355-1362 pdf

Gandon S, Rivero A & Varaldi J (2006) Superparasitism evolution: adaptation or manipulation? American Naturalist. 161: E1-E22 pdf

Rivero A (2006) Nitric oxide: an antiparasitic molecule of invertebrates. Trends in Parasitology. 22: 219-225 pdf

Varaldi J, Gandon S, Rivero A, Palot S & Fleury F (2006) A newly discovered virus manipulates superparasitism behaviour in a parasitoid wasp. In: Insect Symbiosis, Vol. 2 (Ed. Bourtzis K & Miller KA). CRC Press, Florida, USA

Rivero A & West SA (2005) The costs and benefits of host feeding in parasitoids. Animal Behaviour 69: 1293-1301 pdf

Casas J, Driessen G, Mandon N, Wielaard N, Desouhant E, van Alphen J, Lapchin L, Rivero A, Christides J & Bernstein C (2003) Energy dynamics in a parasitoid foraging in the wild. Journal of Animal Ecology 72: 691-697 pdf

Ferguson HM, Rivero A & Read AF (2003) The influence of malaria parasite genetic diversity on mosquito feeding and fecundity. Parasitology 127: 9-19 pdf

Rivero A & Ferguson H (2003) The energetic budget of Anopheles stephensi infected by Plasmodium chabaudi: is energy depletion a mechanism for virulence? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 270: p. 1365-1371 pdf

Rivero A, Balloux F & West SA (2003) A test for epistasis in a parasitoid wasp. Evolution 57: 1698-1703 pdf

Giron D, Rivero A, Mandon N, Darrouzet E & Casas J (2002) The physiology of host feeding in parasitic wasps: implications for survival. Functional Ecology. 16: 750-757 pdf

Parri S, Alatalo R, Kotiaho J, Mappes J & Rivero A (2002) Sexual selection in the wolf spider Hygrolycosa rubrofasciata: female preference for drum length and pulse rate. Behavioural Ecology. 13: 615-621 pdf

Rivero A & West S (2002) The physiological costs of being small in parasitoid wasps. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 407-420 pdf

Navarro A & Rivero A (2001) High rate of inbreeding in Spanish universities. Nature. 410: 14 pdf

Rivero A & Casas J (2001) Lifetime allocation of juvenile and adult nutritional resources to egg production in a holometabolous insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 268: 1231-1237 pdf

Rivero A (2000) The relationship between host selection behaviour and offspring fitness in a koinobiont parasitoid. Ecological Entomology. 25: p. 467-472. pdf

Rivero A, Alatalo R, Kotiaho J, Mappes J & Parri S (2000) Acoustic signalling in a wolf spider: can signal characteristics predict male quality? Animal Behaviour 60: 187-194 pdf

West SA & Rivero A (2000) Using sex ratios to estimate the factor limiting reproduction in parasitoids. Ecology Letters 3: 294-299 pdf

Rivero A & Casas J (1999) Incorporating physiology into parasitoid behavioral ecology: the allocation of nutritional resources. Researches in Population Ecology. 41: p. 39-45. pdf

Rivero A & Casas J (1999) Rate of nutrient allocation to egg production in a parasitic wasp. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 266: 1169-1174 pdf

Kotiaho J, Alatalo R, Mappes J, Parri S & Rivero A (1998) Energetic costs of size and sexual signalling in a wolf spider. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 265: 2203-2209 pdf