Philippe Louâpre

Vous trouverez ici la liste des articles, chapitres de livres et actes de colloques, issus de mes thématiques de recherches (détaillées dans cette page), classés par ordre antéchronologique. La totalité des documents sont téléchargeables en pdf. Pour plus d’informations, n’hésitez pas à me contacter.

2019

Are life-history traits equally affected by global warming? A case study combining a multi-trait approach with fine-grain climate modeling.

Iltis C., Louâpre P., Pecharova K., Thiéry D., Zito S., Bois B., Moreau J.
Journal of Insect Physiology. 117: 103916.

Pair-bonding influences affective state in a monogamous fish species.

Laubu C., Louâpre P., Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 286: 20190760.

When parasitoids deal with the spatial distribution of their host: Consequences for both partners.

Louâpre P., Le Lann C., Hance T.
Insect Science. 26(5): 923-931.

La pollinisation du cassis : État des lieux dans un contexte de changements anthropiques

Anstett M-C., de Treveret M., Louâpre P.
Revue Scientifique Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Nature. 29: 194-205.

2018

When warmer means weaker: high temperatures reduce behavioural and immune defences of the larvae of a major grapevine pest

Iltis C., Martel G., Thiéry D., Moreau J, Louâpre P.
Journal of Pest Science. 91(4):1315-1326.

Biological control against grapevine moths: A review of potential and perspectives for future agroecological grape protection

Thiery D., Louâpre P., Munneret L., Rush A., Sentenac G., Vogelweith F., Iltis C., Moreau J.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 38:15.

2017

Multi-scale and antagonist selection on life-history traits in parasitoids: a community ecology perspective.

Outreman Y., Andrade T.O., Louâpre P., Krespi L., Violle C., van Baaren J.
Functional Ecology. 32(2): 736-751.

The curse of being single: both male and female Gammarus pulex : benefit energetically from precopulatory mate guarding.

Iltis C., Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X., Gallipaud M., Moreau J., Bollache L., Louâpre P.
Animal Behaviour. 130: 67-72.

Mate choice based on behavioural type: do convict cichlids prefer similar partners?

Laubu C., Schweitzer C., Montreuil S., Louâpre P., Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X.
Animal Behaviour. 126 :281-291.

How Host Plant and Fluctuating Environments Affect Insect Reproductive Strategies?

Moreau J., Desouhant E., Louâpre P., Goubault M., Rajon E., Jarrige A., Menu F., Thiéry D.
In Sauvion, Thiéry, & Calatayud (Eds.), Insect-Plant interactions in a Crop Protection Perspective (pp. 259–287).

2016

Influence of the secondary endosymbiont Serratia Symbiotica on the resistance to the parasitism in the aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum

Attia S., Foray V., Louâpre P., Lognay G., Heuskin S., Hance T.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies. 4(1) :123-126

Influence of temperature on patch residence time in parasitoids: physiological and behavioural mechanisms.

Moiroux J., Abram P.K., Louâpre P., Barrette M., Brodeur J., Boivin G.
Science of Nature. 103(3-4) : 32

Evolution of life-history traits and mating strategy in males: a case study on two populations of a Drosophila parasitoid.

van Baaren J., Dufour C., Pierre J-S., Martel V., Louâpre P.
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 117(2) :231-240

2015

The male mate search: An optimal foraging issue?

Louâpre P., Fauvergue X., van Baaren, Martel V.
Current Opinion in Insect Science. 9:90-95

2014

Sperm-depleted males influence the reproductive behaviour of conspecifics.

Louâpre P., Llopis S., Martel V. van Baaren J.
Naturwissenschaften. 101(11):875-882

2013

Short and long range cues used by ground-dwelling parasitoids to find their host.

Goubert C., Josso C. Louâpre P., Cortesero A.M., Poinsot D.
Naturwissenshaften. 100(2):177-184

2012

When males make decisions: Reproductive strategies in a parasitic wasp.

Dufour C., Louâpre P., Martel V., van Baaren J.
PLoS ONE. 7(10): e46706.

How past and present influence the foraging of clonal plants?

Louâpre P., Bittebière A-K., Mony C., Pierre J-S.
PLoS ONE. 7(6): e38288.

Carbon dioxide narcosis modifies the patch leaving decision of foraging parasitoids.

Louâpre P., Pierre J-S.
Animal Cognition. 15(3): 429-435.

2011

The optimal foraging of clonal plants: Empirical evidence of sampling behavior and information using.

Louapre P., Bittebière A-K., Pierre J-S., Clement B., Mony C.
Conference: 54th Symposium IAVS, Lyon - France

Foraging in a patchy resource: Parasitic wasps assess relative patch quality and modify their intra-patch behaviour accordingly

Louâpre P., van Baaren J., Pierre J-S., van Alphen J.J.M.
Behavioral Ecology. 22(5):1064-1069.

2010

Humans and insects decide in similar ways.

Louâpre P., van Alphen J.J.M., Pierre J.S.
PLoS ONE. 5(12): e14251.