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S. Inra-domaine and . Paul, Site Agroparc 84914 Avignon, France Email : oddou@avignon.inra.fr

, Equipe Biologie des Populations et Evolution. CR1 depuis, Ingénieur des Travaux des Eaux et Forêts (I.T.E.F.), chargée de recherche et développement au Conservatoire Génétique des Arbres Forestiers (CGAF) de l'Office National des Forêts (ONF), 2008.

, /95-09/98 Elève fonctionnaire de la Formation des Ingénieurs Forestiers

. Formations and . Titres, Thèse de doctorat co-encadrée par PH Gouyon (Université Paris-Sud) et B Musch (CGAF): « Impact des processus démographiques et spatiaux sur la diversité génétique des arbres forestiers ; le cas d'une espèce nomade, l'Alisier torminal ». Mention « Très Honorable

, -PG) Filière B (Biologie des Populations) Mention Bien

, Diplôme de la Formation des Ingénieurs Forestiers (ENGREF Nancy)

, Spécialité Gestion des Milieux Naturels 09/93-07/95 Classes Préparatoires -Biologie Mathématiques Supérieures et Spéciales (BioMath Sup et Spé) au lycée du Parc, vol.69, 1993.

C. Baccalauréat and . Aubagne, Mention Très bien, vol.13

S. Oddou-muratorio, R. J. Petit, L. Guerroué, B. Guesnet, D. Demesure et al., Pollen-versus seedmediated gene flow in a scattered woody species, Evolution, vol.55, pp.1123-1135, 2001.

S. Oddou-muratorio, C. Aligon, and S. Decroocq, Microsatellite primers for Sorbus torminalis and related species, Molecular Ecology Notes, vol.1, pp.297-299, 2001.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02676636

S. Oddou-muratorio, M. Houot, B. Demesure-musch, and F. Austerlitz, Pollen flow in the wildservice tree, Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz. I. Evaluating the paternity analysis procedure in continuous populations, Molecular Ecology, vol.12, pp.3427-3439, 2003.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00531064

F. Austerlitz, C. W. Dick, C. Dutech, E. K. Klein, S. Oddou-muratorio et al., Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve, Molecular Ecology, vol.13, pp.937-954, 2004.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02682606

S. Oddou-muratorio, B. Demesure-musch, R. Pélissier, and P. Gouyon, The roles of colonization and history in the local genetic structure of a scattered temperate tree species, Molecular Ecology, vol.13, pp.3689-3702, 2004.

S. Oddou-muratorio, E. K. Klein, and F. Austerlitz, Pollen flow in the wildservice tree, Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz. II.Pollen dispersal and heterogeneity in mating success inferred from parentoffspring analysis, Molecular Ecology, vol.14, pp.4441-4452, 2005.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00531064

S. Oddou-muratorio, E. K. Klein, and F. Austerlitz, Pollen flow in the wildservice tree, Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz. III. Mating patterns and the ecological maternal neighborhood, American Journal of Botany, vol.93, pp.1650-1659, 2006.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00531064

H. Wernsdörfer, V. Rossi, G. Cornu, S. Oddou-muratorio, and S. Gourlet-fleury, Sensitivity analysis of a complex forest dynamics model, Ecological Modelling, vol.218, pp.290-306, 2008.

E. K. Klein, N. Desassis, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Pollen flow in the wildservice tree, Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz. IV. Whole inter-individual variance of male fecundity estimated jointly with the dispersal kernel, Molecular Ecology, vol.17, pp.3323-3336, 2008.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02677159

S. Oddou-muratorio and E. K. Klein, Comparing direct vs. indirect estimates of gene flow within a population of a scattered tree species, Molecular Ecology, vol.17, pp.2743-2754, 2008.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02657584

S. Oddou-muratorio, G. G. Vendramin, J. Buiteveld, and B. Fady, Population estimators or progeny tests: what is the best method to assess null allele frequencies at SSR loci?, Conservation Genetics, vol.10, pp.1343-1347, 2009.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02658462

S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Bontemps, and E. K. Klein, Comparison of direct and indirect genetic methods for estimating seed and pollen dispersal in Fagus sylvatica and Fagus crenata, Forest Ecology and Management, vol.259, pp.2151-2159, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02656155

E. K. Klein and S. Oddou-muratorio, Pollen and seed dispersal inferred from seedling genotypes: the Bayesian revolution has passed here too, Molecular Ecology, vol.20, pp.1077-1079, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02652418

E. K. Klein, F. Carpentier, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Estimating the variance of male fecundity from genotypes of progeny arrays: evaluation of the bayesian forward approach, Methods in ecology and Evolution, vol.2, pp.349-361, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02650718

F. Sagnard, S. Oddou-muratorio, C. Pichot, G. G. Vendramin, and B. Fady, Effects of seed dispersal, adult tree and seedling density on the spatial genetic structure of regeneration at fine temporal and spatial scales, Tree Genetics and Genome, vol.7, pp.37-48, 2011.

S. Oddou-muratorio, E. K. Klein, G. G. Vendramin, and B. Fady, Spatial .vs. temporal effects on demographic and genetic structure: the roles of dispersal, masting and differential mortality on patterns of recruitment in Fagus sylvatica, Molecular Ecology, vol.20, 1997.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02650592

T. A. Lander, S. Oddou-muratorio, H. Prouillet-leplat, and E. K. Klein, Reconstruction of a beech population bottleneck history using archival demographic information and Bayesian analysis of genetic data, Molecular Ecology, vol.20, pp.5182-5196, 2011.

S. Stoeckel, E. K. Klein, S. Oddou-muratorio, B. Musch, and M. S. , Negative frequency dependent selection is not the only force to drive gametophytic S-allele evolution between two generations in wild cherry populations, Evolution, vol.66, pp.486-504, 2012.

A. Bontemps, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Shift of spatial patterns during early recruitment in Fagus sylvatica: evidence from seed dispersal estimates based on genotypic data, Forest Ecology and Management, vol.305, pp.67-76, 2013.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02648600

J. Gauzëre, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Ecological determinants of mating system within and between three Fagus sylvatica populations along an elevational gradient, Molecular Ecology, vol.22, pp.5001-5015, 2013.

J. Gauzëre, S. Oddou-muratorio, F. Lefèvre, C. Pichot, and E. K. Klein, Biases in quantitative genetic analyses using open-pollinated progeny tests from natural tree populations, Acta Botanica Gallica, vol.4, pp.225-236, 2013.

E. K. Klein, A. Bontemps, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Seed dispersal kernels estimated from genotypes of established seedlings: does density-dependent mortality matter?, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, vol.4, pp.1059-1069, 2013.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02649851

T. A. Lander, E. K. Klein, S. Stoeckel, S. Mariette, B. Musch et al., Interpreting realized pollen flow in terms of pollinator travel paths and land-use resistance in heterogeneous landscapes, Landscape Ecology, vol.28, pp.1769-1783, 2013.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01208674

F. Lefèvre, T. Boivin, A. Bontemps, F. Courbet, H. Davi et al., Considering evolutionary processes in adaptive forestry, Annals of Forest Science, 2013.

H. Lalague, K. Csillery, S. Oddou-muratorio, J. Safrana, S. De-quattro et al., Nucleotide diversity and linkage disequilibrium at 58 stress-response and phenology candidate genes in a European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) population from south-eastern France, Tree Genetics and Genome, vol.10, pp.15-26, 2014.

S. *. Oddou-muratorio and H. Davi, Simulating local adaptation to climate of forest trees with a Physio-Demo-Genetics model, Evolutionary Applications, vol.7, pp.453-467, 2014.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01065117

E. Klein, A. Bontemps, A. Amm, C. Pichot, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Inférer les capacités de dispersion et de migration : de l'échelle locale à l'échelle globale / Inferences about the capacity to disperse and migrate: from a local scale to the wider landscape, Forêt Méditerranéenne, XXXII, pp.391-406, 2011.

S. Oddou-muratorio, D. Guesnet, E. Ozdemir, R. J. Petit, and B. Demesure, Patterns of seed dispersal in a scattered forest tree (Sorbus torminalis) based on multi-scale investigation of population genetic structure for chloroplast DNA. In Genetic response of forest systems to changing environmental conditions, Müller-Starck & R. Shubert), 2001.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02831406

F. Bagnoli, B. Fady, S. Fineschi, S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Piotti et al., Neutral patterns of genetic variation and applications to conservation in conifer species, Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Conifers, pp.141-194, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02808705

A. Bontemps, H. Davi, F. Lefevre, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Adaptive value of leaf functional traits in response to competition and water stress in a Mediterranean population of Fagus sylvatica

A. Bontemps, F. Lefevre, H. Davi, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Adaptive potential of a Mediterranean population of Fagus sylvatica: insigths from a pure in-situ approach

K. *. Csillery, H. *. Lalagüe, G. G. Vendramin, S. C. Gonzalez-martinez, B. Fady et al., Detecting short spatial scale local adaptation and epistatic selection in climate-related candidate genes in European beech (Fagus sylvatica) populations
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02640214

J. Gauzëre, S. Oddou-muratorio, L. Gay, and E. K. Klein, Improving heritability estimates in family designs by using incomplete molecular information

T. A. Lander, J. Candau, C. Gidoin, A. Chalon, A. Roig et al., Reconstruction of the invasion of a seed chalcid wasp in south-eastern France using modelled wind dispersal and Bayesian analysis of genetic data

F. Le-signal,

E. Collin, F. Lefevre, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Indicateurs de la diversité intra-spécifique chez les arbres forestiers, Les indicateurs de biodiversité forestière-Synthèse des réflexions issues du programme de recherche «Biodiversité, gestion forestière et politiques publiques, pp.79-81, 2012.

S. Oddou-muratorio, L. Lévèque, B. Musch, B. Chopard, L. Guerroué et al., Quelques préconisations de gestion pour obtenir et maintenir l'alisier torminal en forêt. Rendez-Vous Techniques de l'ONF, pp.54-62, 2009.

B. Musch, S. Oddou-muratorio, L. Lévèque, M. Vallance, L. Guerroué et al., Alisier torminal, Alisier blanc, hybrides? comment s'y retrouver ???, Rendez-Vous Techniques de l'ONF, vol.22, pp.61-67, 2008.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02659918

S. Oddou-muratorio, B. Musch, and A. Valadon, Pratiques forestières et diversite génétique. Rendez-Vous Techniques de l'ONF, Hors-série N°1: Diversité génétique des arbres forestiers: un enjeu de gestion ordinaire, pp.3-6, 2004.

S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Valadon, and B. Demesure-musch, Comment les pratiques forestières influent-elles sur la diversité génétique des arbres forestiers ? Rendez-Vous Techniques, Numéro spécial, 2004.

D. T. Forêts, Diversité génétique des arbres forestiers: un enjeu de gestion ordinaire, Rendez-Vous Techniques de l'ONF, hors-série N°1 edn, Office National des, 2004.

S. Oddou-muratorio and H. Et-davi, Prédire l'adaptation des populations d'arbres au changement climatique : Une approche mécaniste par modélisation des processus physio-démogénétiques. In Impact de l'anthropisation et des changements climatiques sur les arbres forestiers : du fondamental à l'appliqué, un dialogue entre science et société, pp.29-30, 2013.

S. Oddou-muratorio, Using Gene Sequencing and Molecular Markers to Study the Adaptive Response of Natural Populations of Forest Tree to Climate Change, VII Encuentro latinoamericano y del caribe sobre biotecnología agropecuaria, 2010.

E. Klein, A. Bontemps, A. Amm, C. Pichot, and S. I. Oddou-muratorio, Les capacités de dispersion et migration : de l'échelle locale à celle des paysages ; une approche raisonnée. Semaine forestière méditerranéenne No2, 2011.

, Communications orales (*=orateur

K. Csilléry, M. Cailleret, A. Amm, S. Oddou-muratorio, and H. Davi, Climate Induced Changes in the Growth Rate and Physiological Optimum of two Drought Sensitive Species, ClimTree 2013 : International Conference on Climate Change and Tree Responses in Central European Forests. 1 -5, 2013.

H. Lalagüe, K. Csillery, G. G. Vendramin, S. C. Gonzalez-martinez, B. Fady et al., Detecting selection from candidate gene data in natural populations: an example of F. sylvatica abiotic stress and phenology genes from an altitudinal gradient, SSMPG 2013: Software and Statistical Methods for Population Genetics, 2013.

S. Oddou-muratorio and H. Davi, Local adaptation to climatic gradients: application of a Physio-Demo-Genetics simulation model to European Beech populations, Genetics of Fagaceae. 9th -12th, 2012.

J. Gaüzère, S. Oddou-muratorio, and E. K. Klein, Variations individuelles du régime de reproduction et voisinage écologique des arbres-mères chez des populations de Hêtre commun, 34ème édition du Petit Pois Déridé, 2012.

H. Lalagüe, G. G. Vendramin, S. C. González-martínez, B. Fady, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Comparaison de la différentiation nucléotidique pour des gènes candidats le long d'un gradient altitudinal: une approche expérimentale et par simulation chez Fagus sylvatica, 34ème édition du Petit Pois Déridé, 2012.

S. Oddou-muratorio and H. Davi, Mechanisms of local adaptation to climatic gradients: lessons from a Physio-Demo-Genetics Model, TOURS 2012: Tackling climate change: the contribution of forest scientific knowledge, 2012.

S. Oddou-muratorio and H. Davi, Mechanisms of local adaptations to climatic gradients: lessons from a Physio-Demo-Genetics Model. In: 12th EEF Congress " Responding to rapid environmental change, pp.25-29, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02804960

H. Lalague, P. Garnier-gere, S. C. Gonzalez-martinez, G. G. Vendramin, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Nucleotide diversity patterns of drought and cold tolerance candidate genes along a Fagus sylvatica altitudinal gradient. In: 12th EEF Congress " Responding to rapid environmental change, pp.25-29, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02808568

T. Lander, S. Oddou-muratorio, and E. K. Klein, The effect of landscape heterogeneity and anthropogenic land-uses on pollination patterns for wild cherry trees in north-eastern France, Advances in Biogeography, pp.23-25, 2011.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01344425

J. Gaüzère, S. Oddou-muratorio, and E. K. Klein, Effet de la dispersion du pollen à longue distance sur les capacités d'adaptation de populations de hêtre commun sur un gradient altitudinal, 33ème édition du Petit Pois Déridé, 2011.

T. Lander, H. Prouillet-leplat, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Reconstruction of a beech population bottleneck history using archival demographic information and Bayesian analysis of genetic data, 2011 meeting of the Ecological Genetics Group, pp.19-21, 2011.

H. Lalagüe, G. Vendramin, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Polymorphism of candidate genes related to climate stress in Fagus sylvatica along an altitudinal gradient, FoResTTraC Workshop, 2011.

H. Lalague, B. Fady, P. Garnier-gere, S. C. Gonzalez-martinez, Y. Lin et al., Candidate gene variation along an altitudinal gradient in Fagus sylvatica, Ecologie 2010, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02821054

A. Bontemps, F. Lefevre, H. Davi, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Caractérisation du potentiel évolutif du hêtre commun en milieu naturel, Ecologie 2010, 2010.

H. Davi and S. Oddou-muratorio, Modélisation des patrons d'adaptation au changement climatique. Approches physio-demo-genetiques, 2010.

A. Oddou-muratorio, S. Lefevre, and F. , A demo-genetic model to account for the impact of environmental and demographic changes on trees evolution, Forest Ecosystem Genomics and Adaptation, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02751267

T. Lander, H. Prouillet-leplat, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Genetic signature of a 150 years old population bottleneck in Fagus sylvatica despite rapid population expansion, Forest Ecosystem Genomics and Adaptation, 2010.

H. Lalague, B. Fady, P. Garnier-gere, S. C. Gonzalez-martinez, Y. Lin et al., Candidate gene variation along an altitudinal gradient in Fagus sylvatica, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02821054

I. Chybicki, S. Oddou-muratorio, M. Ziehe, J. Buiteveld, M. Trojankiewicz et al., Variable patterns of contemporary gene flow In beech (Fagus sylvatica) across europe, 2010.

A. Bontemps, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Rôles de la dispersion par pollen et par graine, de la variance du succès reproducteur entre individus et de la sélection post-dispersion dans la mise en place de la structure génétique spatiale en population continue, 2009.

S. Oddou-muratorio and E. K. Klein, Spatially Explicit Mating Models for estimating pollen mediated gene flow, Workshop "Estimating gene flow in forest trees, 2009.

S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Bontemps, G. G. Vendramin, and E. K. Klein, Comparing direct and indirect genetic estimates of seed and pollen dispersal accross old-grown and expanding populations of Fagus sylvatica, ESF Workshop Landscape Genetics, 2008.

A. Bontemps, E. K. Klein, I. J. Chybicki, G. G. Vendramin, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Comparison of direct and indirect genetic methods for estimating seed and pollen dispersal in old-grown and expanding populations of Fagus sylvatica, The 8th IUFRO International Beech Symposium, 2008.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02756921

C. Garcia, S. Oddou-muratorio, and E. K. Klein, How do effective seed dispersal patterns emerge in plant population and their genetic consequences at early recruitment stages, Dispersal Conference, pp.6-7, 2007.

S. Oddou-muratorio, C. Bruchou, and C. Fd, Ecological factors shaping the genetic quality of seeds and seedlings in forest trees: a simulation study coupled with sensitivity analyses, IUFRO Conference, 2006.

E. K. Klein, N. Desassis, and S. Oddou-muratorio, A Bayesian approach to jointly estimate the pollen disperal function and the heterogeneity of male fecundity: Application to Sorbus torminalis, IUFRO Conference, 2006.

B. Musch, S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Valadon, B. Le-guerroué, and L. Lévêque, Wild service tree: results of research and management implications, 2006.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02817014

C. Pichot, C. Bastien, F. Courbet, B. Demesure-musch, P. Dreyfus et al., Déterminants et conséquences de la qualité génétique des graines et semis lors de la phase initiale de régénération naturelle des peuplements forestiers. 6 ème Colloque National du BRG, 2006.

, Communications affichées (posters)

J. Gauzere, S. Oddou-muratorio, E. K. Klein, and L. Gay, Animal models constructed with hybrid relatedness matrix vs incomplete pedigree: an experimental and simulation approach, ICGQ: 4th International Conference on Quantitative Genetics: Understanding Variation in Complex Traits, pp.17-22, 2012.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02809584

R. Rodríguez, E. K. Klein, S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Hampe, and P. Jordano, Male fecundity and pollen dispersal in populations of a riparian tree species. 12th EEF Congress " Responding to rapid environmental change, Avilà, pp.25-29, 2011.

H. Davi, S. Oddou-muratorio, E. Dufrêne, O. Ronce, I. Chuine et al., Ferrière R (30-31 mars 2011) Vers une modélisation à base mécaniste des potentialités d'adaptation des populations aux variations temporelles et spatiales de l'environnement, Modélisation et scénarios de la biodiversité. Scénarios de la Biodiversité :Quel état d'avancement ? Quels enjeux ? Fondation pour la recherche sur la biodiversité

A. Bontemps, E. K. Klein, and S. Oddou-muratorio, Separating the roles of seed and pollen dispersal and recruitment on the genetic heterogeneity of the seed rain, Frugivore and Seed Dispersal Conference, 2010.

A. Bontemps, S. Oddou-muratorio, and F. Lefevre, Effect of the interaction between gene flow and selection on local adaptation: a case study in common beech (Fagus sylvatica). In: Forest Ecosystem Genomics and Adaptation, pp.9-11, 2010.

S. Oddou-muratorio, A. Amm, J. Burczyk, I. J. Chybicki, A. Lewandowski et al., Contemporary seed and pollen dispersal abilities of silver fir (Abies alba mill.) at range margins, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02757428

M. Alleaume-benharira, S. Oddou-muratorio, and F. Lefevre, Interaction between environmental heterogeneity and gene flow in the adaptive trajectory of a continuous tree population, ESEB 12th Congress, pp.24-29, 2009.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02819898

S. Oddou-muratorio, M. Alleaume-benharira, and F. Lefèvre, Interaction between environmental heterogeneity and gene flow on the building of spatial genetic structure in continuous plant populations, European Society of Evolutionary Biology), issue.SWE, 2007.

S. Oddou-muratorio, E. K. Klein, and F. Austerlitz, Dispersal and heterogeneity in mating success inferred from parent-offspring analysis, European Society of Evolutionary Biology, 2005.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02833137

, Cracovie (POL)

, Communications orales à destination des gestionnaires forestiers

S. Oddou-muratorio, T. A. Lander, H. Prouillet-leplat, and E. K. Klein, Enquête historico-génétique sur recolonisation récente du Mont Ventoux par le hêtre, Journée des Réserves Biologiques Intégrales

S. Oddou-muratorio, B. Fady, and C. Pichot, 23 juin 2009) Les rôles de la dispersion et de l'adaptation locale dans les évolutions récentes de la hêtraie-sapinière du Mont Ventoux, Journée de présentation de recherches INRA sur le Ventoux aux maires des communes du Ventoux

M. Alleaume-benharira, projet LINKTREE

I. Après-sa-thèse-À-l'isem-À-montpellier-avec-isabelle-chuine and . Oliviéri, Mariane Alleaume a effectué un post-doc financé successivement pour une bourse Haigneré puis le projet ERANET LinkTree, au cours duquel nous avons travaillé avec François Lefèvre sur un modèle de simulation démo-génétique permettant d'étudier la dynamique micro-évolutive d'une population continue d'arbre dans un habitat hétérogène. Nous nous sommes appuyés sur le modèle Luberon de la plate-forme Capsis. Ce travail fondateur est en partie à l'origine du modèle PDG, a donné lieu à plusieurs présentation orales, mais pas encore à une publication. Mariane Alleaume et maintenant professeur des écoles

T. Lander, , 2009.

, Tonya Lander a effectué un séjour court puis un post-doc long à l'URFM, deux séjours financés par le département EFPA Son premier séjour (4 mois en 2009) a permis de finaliser le travail de Master II d'Hélène Prouillet-Leplat

, et en collaboration avec Etienne Klein, nous avons tout d'abord étudié l'effet de l'hétérogénéité du paysage sur la dispersion du pollen par les insectes dans des populations de Prunus avium (publication P24), 2010.

K. Csillery,

, Katalin Csillery a effectué un premier séjour de 8 mois financé par le département EFPA, puis un post-doc financé par le projet TipTree. Sa première contribution a porté sur la finalisation de l'analyse des traces moléculaires de la sélection dans les populations de hêtre sur le Mont Ventoux, en collaboration avec Hadrien Lalagüe (publication [P23], [P27]. Son deuxième projet porte sur le développement de scenarios pour la réponse de populations de hêtre aux variations climatiques, Apres un parcours varié de recherche lui conférant une solide expérience en génétique des populations et statistiques appliqués à la biologie

, MASTERS (Depuis mon recrutement à l'INRA)

J. ,

A. Bontemps, Caractérisation de la dispersion efficace du hêtre commun, Fagus sylvatica, sur le Mont Ventoux : Comparaison d'approches génétiques directes et indirectes, 2008.

, Investigation of the recent recolonisation of Beech on Mont Ventoux using historical records, vegetation analyses from satellite image and landscape genetics, Hélène Prouillet-Leplat, 2009.

J. Gauzëre, Effet de la dispersion du pollen à longue distance sur les capacités d'adaptation de populations de hêtre commun sur un gradient altitudinal, 2011.

J. Le-stage-de-master-i-de and J. Safrana, sur le sujet « Analyse de la variabilité des gènes candidats pour la phénologie du débourrement et de gènes liés au stress du hêtre commun (Fagus sylvatica) le long d'un double gradient altitudinal sur le Mont Ventoux. » Master I, Parcours BEE " Biodiversité -Ecologie -Evolution, 2011.

, sur le sujet « Développement de marqueurs microsatellites pour caractériser des populations de hêtre (Fagus sylvatica) sur le Mont Ventoux. » Licence Professionnelle BAE, IUT de Montpellier, Montpellier. Echanges internationaux J'ai, 2007.

M. Valbuena and C. ,

. En-décembre, Maria Valbuena Carabaña est venue après sa thèse (réalisée à l'INIA et à l'Institut Polytechnique de Madrid sous la direction de R Gil et S Gonzalez-Rodriguez) travailler avec Etienne Klein et moi sur la dispersion des graines de chêne dans le cadre du projet européen EVOLTREE. Cette collaboration a consisté à utiliser le modèle développé dans, 2007.

M. Litkowiec,

, Institut de Dendrologie de Kórnik, en Pologne) travailler sur la dispersion de graine de Sapin dans le cadre du projet européen EVOLTREE. Cette collaboration a consisté à utiliser le modèle développé dans, Monika Litkowiec est venu dans le cadre de sa thèse, 2008.

R. Rodriguez, , 2011.

, Integrative Ecology Group de Seville sous la direction de Pedro Jordano et Arnt Hampe) est venue travailler avec Etienne Klein et moi sur la dispersion du pollen de Frangula alnus (la bourdaine), 2011.

, Andréa Pluess (15 jours en, 2013.

. Chercheur-contractuel-À-l'eth-À-zurich, Andréa Pluess a effectué un séjour court financé par le projet COST MaP-FGR pour analyser la signature moléculaire de la sélection chez le hêtre. Ce séjour a consisté à analyser un jeu de données de génotypes SNP dans 78 populations suisses

A. Garnier, Thèse de doctorat de l'Université Paris-Sud 11, Orsay Titre : « Dynamique et dispersion d'une espèce cultivée échappée des champs, 2006.

A. Dornier, Thèse de doctorat de l'Université Montpellier II Titre : « Dynamique et évolution des métapopulations chez les plantes : l'exemple de Crepis sancta, Asteraceae) en milieu urbain, 2008.

J. Leducq, Université de Lille1 Titre : « Système de Reproduction, Dispersion et Succès reproducteurs chez une Espèce Végétale Menacée. Exemple de Biscutella neustriaca (Brassicaceae), une espèce auto-incompatible et micro-endémique, 2010.

M. Nardin, Titre : « Ajustement biologique du mélèze aux variations environnementales le long d'un gradient altitudinal : approche microdensitométrique de la réponse au climat. » A l'étranger, j'ai, 2013.

K. Salzer, Suisse Titre : « Wind-and bird-mediated gene flow in Pinus cembra: effects on spatial genetic structure and potential close-relative inbreeding, 2011.

B. Ruiz, Espagne Titre : "Ecology and evolution of the Macaronesian junipers, 2012.

&. S-leonardi and . Piotti, Adaptation au changement climatique de l'individu à l'écosystème: modèles physio-démo-génétiques"symposium ECOLOGIE 2010. Participation à l'organisation du PPD 2012 en Avignon. -Membre de la CRGF (Commission des Ressources Génétiques Forestières) en tant que correspondant scientifique du Réseau Cormier et feuillus disséminés, Jury de concours: j'ai participé en 2010 à un jury de concours de Chargé de Recherches (CR2) INRA (concours n°8 Ecologie et gestion des agrosystèmes), pp.projet ECO-SUD, 2011.