Philippe Lou‚pre
Philippe Lou‚pre
Associate Professor - University of Burgundy
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Biological protection against grape berry moths. A review
D Thiťry, P Lou‚pre, L Muneret, A Rusch, G Sentenac, F Vogelweith, ...
Agronomy for sustainable development 38, 1-18, 2018
Humans and insects decide in similar ways
P Lou‚pre, JJM van Alphen, JS Pierre
PLoS One 5 (12), e14251, 2010
Information gleaned and former patch quality determine foraging behavior of parasitic wasps
P Louapre, J Van Baaren, JS Pierre, JJM van Alphen
Behavioral Ecology 22 (5), 1064-1069, 2011
When warmer means weaker: high temperatures reduce behavioural and immune defences of the larvae of a major grapevine pest
C Iltis, G Martel, D Thiťry, J Moreau, P Lou‚pre
Journal of Pest Science 91, 1315-1326, 2018
Pair-bonding influences affective state in a monogamous fish species
C Laubu, P Lou‚pre, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1904), 20190760, 2019
How host plant and fluctuating environments affect insect reproductive strategies?
J Moreau, E Desouhant, P Lou‚pre, M Goubault, E Rajon, A Jarrige, ...
Advances in botanical research 81, 259-287, 2017
Mate choice based on behavioural type: do convict cichlids prefer similar partners?
C Laubu, C Schweitzer, S Motreuil, P Lou‚pre, ...
Animal Behaviour 126, 281-291, 2017
Influence of temperature on patch residence time in parasitoids: physiological and behavioural mechanisms
J Moiroux, PK Abram, P Lou‚pre, M Barrette, J Brodeur, G Boivin
The Science of Nature 103, 1-10, 2016
Are life-history traits equally affected by global warming? A case study combining a multi-trait approach with fine-grain climate modeling
C Iltis, P Lou‚pre, K PecharovŠ, D Thiťry, S Zito, B Bois, J Moreau
Journal of insect physiology 117, 103916, 2019
Short-and long-range cues used by ground-dwelling parasitoids to find their host
C Goubert, C Josso, P Louapre, AM Cortesero, D Poinsot
Naturwissenschaften 100, 177-184, 2013
Reproductive performance of the European grapevine moth Lobesia botrana (Tortricidae) is adversely affected by warming scenario
C Iltis, J Moreau, K PecharovŠ, D Thiťry, P Lou‚pre
Journal of Pest Science 93, 679-689, 2020
Where you come from matters: temperature influences host–parasitoid interaction through parental effects
C Iltis, J Moreau, C ManiŤre, D Thiťry, L Delbac, P Lou‚pre
Oecologia 192, 853-863, 2020
When parasitoids deal with the spatial distribution of their hosts: consequences for both partners
P Lou‚pre, C Le Lann, T Hance
Insect science 26 (5), 923-931, 2019
Multi‐scale and antagonist selection on life‐history traits in parasitoids: A community ecology perspective
Y Outreman, TO Andrade, P Lou‚pre, L Krespi, C Violle, J Van Baaren
Functional Ecology 32 (3), 736-751, 2018
The curse of being single: both male and female Gammarus pulex benefit energetically from precopulatory mate guarding
C Iltis, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont, M Galipaud, J Moreau, L Bollache, ...
Animal Behaviour 130, 67-72, 2017
A perspective on insect–microbe holobionts facing thermal fluctuations in a climate‐change context
C Iltis, K Tougeron, T Hance, P Lou‚pre, V Foray
Environmental Microbiology 24 (1), 18-29, 2022
When parasitoid males make decisions: information used when foraging for females
CMS Dufour, P Louapre, J van Baaren, V Martel
Public Library of Science 7 (10), e46706, 2012
Consistent variations in personality traits and their potential for genetic improvement in biocontrol agents: Trichogramma evanescens as a case study
S Lartigue, M Yalaoui, J Belliard, C Caravel, L Jeandroz, G Groussier, ...
Evolutionary Applications 15 (10), 1565-1579, 2022
Warming increases tolerance of an insect pest to fungicide exposure through temperature-mediated hormesis
C Iltis, J Moreau, P HŁbner, D Thiťry, P Lou‚pre
Journal of Pest Science 95 (2), 827-839, 2022
Parasitoids update the habitat profitability by adjusting the kairomone responsiveness to their oviposition experience
P Louapre, JS PIERRE
Ecological Entomology 39 (3), 343-346, 2014
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