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Nom : MAURE
Prénom : Fanny
Grade : En thèse
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Implantation : Canada

Publications :

Maure F, Thomas F, Doyon J, Brodeur J (2016) Host nutritional status mediates degree of parasitoid virulence. Oikos 125: 1314-1323 doi

Dheilly NM, Maure F, Ravallec M, Galena R, Doyon J, Duval D, Leger L, Volkoff AN, Missé D, Nidelet S, Demolombe V, Brodeur J, Gourbal B, Thomas F, Mitta G (2015) Who is the puppet master? Replication of a parasitic wasp-associated virus correlates with host behaviour manipulation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 282: 20142773 doi

Maure F, Doyon J, Thomas F & Brodeur J (2014) Host behaviour manipulation as an evolutionary route towards attenuation of parasitoid virulence. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 2871-2875 doi

Maure F, Brodeur J, Droit A, Doyon J & Thomas F (2013) Bodyguard manipulation in a multipredator context: different processes, same effect. Behavioural Processes. 99: 81-86 doi

Maure F, Brodeur J, Hughes D & Thomas F (2013) How much energy should manipulative parasites leave to their hosts to ensure altered behaviours? Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 43-46 doi

Maure F, Daoust SP, Brodeur J, Mitta G & Thomas F (2013) Diversity and evolution of bodyguard manipulation. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 36-42 doi

Maure F, Brodeur J, Ponlet N, Doyon J, Firlej A, Elguero E & Thomas F (2011) The cost of a bodyguard. Biology Letters. 7: 843-846 doi pdf

Thomas F, Brodeur J, Maure F, Franceschi N, Blanchet S & Rigaud T (2011) Intraspecific variability in host manipulation by parasites. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 11: 262-269 doi

Daoust SP, Mader BJ, Maure F, McLaughlin JD, Thomas F & Rau ME (2010) Experimental evidence of size/age-biased infection of Biomphalaria glabrata (Pulmonata: Planorbidae) by an incompatible parasite species: Consequences for biological control. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 10: 1008-1012