Une liste représentative des publications des membres du GDR est présentée ci-dessous. Les articles en gras correspondent à des travaux qui ont été présentés lors de réunions du GDR.


Chevin L.M, Leung C., Le Rouzic A., Uller T. Using phenotypic plasticity to understand the structure and evolution of the genotype–phenotype map. Genetica.

Lecarpentier, C., Pagès, L., & Richard-Molard, C. (2021). Genotypic diversity and plasticity of root system architecture to nitrogen availability in oilseed rape. PloS one16(5), e0250966.

Massot M, Bagni T, Maria A, Couzi P, Drozdz T, Malbert-Colas A, Maïbèche M et Siaussat D. 2021. Combined influences of transgenerational effects, temperature and insecticide on the moth Spodoptera littoralis. Environmental Pollution 289: 117889.


Bagni T, Siaussat D, Maria A, Couzi P, Maïbèche M & Massot M. 2020. A maternal effect influences sensitivity to chlorpyrifos pesticide in the pest moth Spodoptera littoralis. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 204: pp.111052.

Billard, B., Vigne, P., & Braendle, C. (2020). A Natural Mutational Event Uncovers a Life History Trade-Off via Hormonal Pleiotropy. Current Biology.

Bonamour, S., Chevin, L. M., Réale, D., Teplitsky, C., & Charmantier, A. (2020). Age‐dependent phenological plasticity in a wild bird. Journal of Animal Ecology.

de Villemereuil, Pierre, et al. (2020) Fluctuating optimum and temporally variable selection on breeding date in birds and mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 

Jallet, A. J., Le Rouzic, A., & Genissel, A. (2020). Evolution and plasticity of the transcriptome under temperature fluctuations in the fungal plant pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. Frontiers in microbiology11, 2180.
Transcriptomique sur des populations de champignons unicellulaires soumis à un an d’évolution expérimentale, en conditions de température stables et fluctuantes. Comme attendu, pas mal de gènes différentiellement exprimés (entre lignées, entre températures, et entre traitements). Un résultat particulièrement intriguant : la plasticité d’expression a tendence à être perdue dans les conditions fluctuantes.

Leung, C., Rescan, M., Grulois, D., & Chevin, L. M. (2020). Reduced phenotypic plasticity evolves in less predictable environments. Ecology Letters23(11), 1664-1672.

Marchand LJ, Tarayre M, Dorey T, Rantier Y & Hennion F (2020) Morphological variability of cushion plant Lyallia kerguelensis (Caryophyllales) in relation to environmental conditions and geography in the Kerguelen Islands: implications for cushion necrosis and climate change. Polar Biol.

Moiron M, Araya-Ajoy YG, Teplitsky C, Bouwhuis S & Charmantier A. 2020. Understanding the social dynamics of breeding phenology: indirect genetic effects and assortative mating in a long distance migrant. The American Naturalist. In press (Link)

Morel‐Journel, T., Thuillier, V., Pennekamp, F., Laurent, E., Legrand, D., Chaine, A. S., & Schtickzelle, N. (2020). A multidimensional approach to the expression of phenotypic plasticity. Functional Ecology.

Neaux, D., Blanc, B., Ortiz, K., Locatelli, Y., Laurens, F., Baly, I., R. Schafberg, J.-D. Vigne, V. Debat, A. Herrel and T. Cucchi (2020). How Changes in Functional Demands Associated with Captivity Affect the Skull Shape of a Wild Boar (Sus scrofa). Evolutionary Biology, 1-14.

Tariel, J., Plénet, S., & Luquet, É. (2020). Transgenerational Plasticity in the Context of Predator-Prey Interactions. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution8, 319.

Tariel, J., Luquet, E., Plénet, S., 2020 – Interactions Between Maternal, Paternal, Developmental, and Immediate Environmental Effects on Anti-predator Behavior of the Snail Physa acuta. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8, 591074.

Tariel, J., Plénet, S., Luquet, E. 2020 – Transgenerational plasticity of inducible defences: Combined effects of grand-parental, parental and current environments. Ecology and Evolution, 10:2367-2376.

Thiébaut, G., Tarayre, M., Jambon, O., Le Bris, N., Colinet, H., & Renault, D. (2020). Variation of thermal plasticity for functional traits between populations of an invasive aquatic plant from two climatic regions. Hydrobiologia, 1-15.

Tully, T., Le Galliard, J. F., & Baron, J. P. (2020). Micro‐geographic shift between negligible and actuarial senescence in a wild snake. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Varon-Gonzalez, C., A. Fraimout, A. Delapré, V. Debat* and R. Cornette*. (2020) Limited thermal plasticity and geographic divergence in the ovipositor of Drosophila suzukii. Royal Society Open Science 7 : 191577. *Equal contribution.

Varon-Gonzalez, C., A. Fraimout and V. Debat. (2020) Drosophila suzukii wing spot size is robust to developmental temperature. Ecology and Evolution


Bittebiere, A.-K., Saiz, H., Mony, C., (2019) New insights from multidimensional trait space responses to competition in two clonal plant species. Functional Ecology, 33: 297-307.

Bonamour, S., Chevin, L. M., Charmantier, A., & Teplitsky, C. (2019). Phenotypic plasticity in response to climate change: the importance of cue variation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 374(1768), 20180178.

Chevin, L. M. (2019). Selective Sweep at a QTL in a Randomly Fluctuating Environment. Genetics213(3), 987-1005. Ce modèle de génétique des populations s’intéresse à la trajectoire évolutive d’une mutation affectant un caractère quantitatif ou sa plasticité, dans un environnement qui fluctue aléatoirement

Gauzere, J., Teuf, B., Davi, H., Chevin, L. M., Caignard, T., Leys, B., … & Chuine, I. (2020). Where is the optimum? Predicting the variation of selection along climatic gradients and the adaptive value of plasticity. A case study on tree phenology. Evolution Letters, 4(2), 109-123.

Gibert P, Debat V, Ghalambor C. 2019. Phenotypic plasticity, global change, and the speed of adaptive evolution. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 35: 34-40.

Fréville, H., Roumet, P., Rode, N. O., Rocher, A., Latreille, M., Muller, M. H., & David, J. (2019). Preferential helping to relatives: A potential mechanism responsible for lower yield of crop variety mixtures?. Evolutionary Applications12(9), 1837-1849.

Plantamp C, Henri H, Andrieux T, Regis C, Mialdea G, Dray S, Gibert P, Desouhant, E. 2019. Phenotypic plasticity in the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii: activity rhythms and gene expression in response to temperature. Journal of Experimental Biology, 222 (14) jeb 199398.

Radchuk V, Reed T, Teplitsky C, van de Pol M, Charmantier A, Hassall C, Adamík P, Adriaensen F, Ahola MP, Arcese P et al. 2019. Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient. Nature Communications 10 : 3109. (Link)

Renaud, S., Delépine, C., Ledevin, R., Pisanu, B., Quéré, J. P., & Hardouin, E. A. (2019). A sharp incisor tool for predator house mice back to the wild. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research57(4), 989-999.

Teplitsky C & Charmantier A. 2019. Evolutionary consequences of climate change in birds. In: Effects of Climate Change on Birds, (Dunn P O & Møller A P, eds.). pp. 134. Oxford University Press, Oxford.


De Castro S, Peronnet F, Gilles J-F, Mouchel-Vielh E*+ and Gibert J-M*+, 2018. bric à brac (bab), a central player in the gene regulatory network that mediates thermal plasticity of pigmentation in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Genetics, 14(8). * equal contribution. + corresponding author

de Villemereuil P, Mouterde M, Gaggiotti OE, Till-Bottraud I. 2018. Patterns of phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation in the wide elevation range of the alpine plant Arabis alpinaJournal of Ecology. 106(5):1952-1971.

Fraimout, A., P. Jacquemart, B. Villaroel, D. J. Aponte, T. Decamps, A. Herrel, R. Cornette and V. Debat (2018) Phenotypic plasticity of Drosophila suzukii wing to developmental temperature: implications for flight. Journal of Experimental Biology 21:

Pétavy G, Moreteau B, David JR, Gibert P. 2018. Influence of extreme heat or cold stresses on body pigmentation of Drosophila melanogasterJournal of Thermal Biology. 72 :118-126.


Arambourou H., A. Chaumot, E. Vulliet, G. Daniele, N. Delorme, K. Abbaci and V. Debat (2017) Phenotypic defects in Gammarus fossarum (Amphipoda) exposed to fenoxycarb as embryo. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 144: 193–199

Charmantier A, Demeyrier V, Lambrechts M, Perret S & Grégoire A. 2017. Urbanization is associated with divergence in pace-of-life in great tits. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:53. (Link)

Chevin, L. M., & Hoffmann, A. A. (2017). Evolution of phenotypic plasticity in extreme environments. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences372(1723), 20160138.

Dobson FS, Becker PH, Arnaud CM, Bouwhuis S & Charmantier A. 2017. Plasticity results in delayed breeding in a long-distant migrant seabird. Ecology and Evolution 7:31003109. (Link)

Gibert J-M+, Mouchel-Vielh E and Peronnet F, 2017. Modulation of yellow expression contributes to thermal plasticity of female abdominal pigmentation in Drosophila melanogaster, Scientific Reports, 7: 43370. + corresponding author

Gibert J-M.+, 2017. The flexible stem hypothesis: evidence from genetic data. Development Genes & Evolution. Aug 6. + corresponding author

Massot M, Legendre S, Fédérici P & Clobert J. 2017. Climate warming: a loss of variation in populations can accompany reproductive shifts. Ecology Letters 20: 1140-1147.


Gibert J-M*+, Mouchel-Vielh E*+, De Castro S and Peronnet F, 2016. Phenotypic plasticity through transcriptional regulation of the evolutionary hotspot gene tan in Drosophila melanogaster, PLoS Genetics 12(8). * equal contribution, + corresponding author

Laparie M., P. Vernon, Y. Cozic, Y. Frenot, D. Renault and V. Debat. (2016) Wing morphology of the active flyer Calliphora vicina (Diptera, Calliphoridae) during its invasion of a world of flightlessness, the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

Luquet, E., Tariel, J., 2016 – Offspring reaction norms shaped by parental environment: interaction between within- and trans-generational plasticity of inducible defenses. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 16(209) : 1-10.

Avant 2016

Foray V, Desouhant E & P Gibert. 2014. The impact of fluctuations on reaction norms in specialist and generalist parasitic wasps Functional Ecology 28 : 411-423.

Londe, S., T. Monnin, R. Cornette, V. Debat, B. R. Fisher and M. Molet. (2015) Phenotypic plasticity and modularity allow for the production of novel mosaic phenotypes in ants. EvoDevo 3:36