Cirad

Marie Pierre Chapuis

Publications

36. Meynard C.N., Lecoq M., Chapuis M.‐P., Piou C. 2020. On the relative role of climate change and management in the current desert locust outbreak in East Africa. Global Change Biology.

35. Chapuis M.-P., Raynal L., Plantamp C., Meynard C.N., Blondin L., Marin J.-M., Estoup A. 2020. A young age of subspecific divergence in the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria, inferred by ABCRandom Forest. bioRxiv 671867 (ver. 4). [Recommendation by Kawakami T., Burgarella C. 2020.Estimating recent divergence history: making the most ofmicrosatellite dataand Approximate Bayesian Computation approaches. PeerCommunity inEvolutionary Biology 100091] 

34. Sow A., Brévault T., Benoit L., Chapuis M.-P., Galan M., Coeur d'Acier A., Delvare G., Sembène M. and J. Haran. 2019. Deciphering host-parasitoid interactions and parasitism rates of crop pests using DNA metabarcoding. Scientific Reports 9: 3646.

33. Piry S., Berthier K., Streiff R., Cros-Arteil S., Foucart A., Tatin L., Bröder L., Hochkirch A. and M.-P. Chapuis. 2018. Fine-scale interactions between habitat quality and genetic variation suggest an impact of grazing on the critically endangered Crau Plain grasshopper (Pamphagidae: Prionotropis rhodanica). Journal of Orthoptera Research 27(1): 61-73.

32. Chelsea L., Chapuis M.-P., Blondin L., Chapuis E. and H. Jourdan-Pineau. 2017. Exploring the relationship between tychoparthenogenesis and inbreeding depression in the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria. Ecology and Evolution 7:6003-6011. 

31. Meynard C.N., Gay P.E., Lecoq M., Foucart A., Piou C. and M.-P. Chapuis.2017. Climate-driven geographic distribution of the desert locust during recession periods: subspecies' niche differentiation and relativerisks under scenarios of climate change. Global Change Biology 23(11):4739-4749. [CIRAD release, INRA release, Press release]

30. Rombaut A., Guilhot R., Xuereb A., Chapuis M.-P., Benoit L., Gibert P. and S. Fellous. 2017. Invasive Drosophila suzukii facilitates Drosophila melanogaster infestation and sour rot outbreaks in the vineyard. Royal Society Open Science 4(3): 170117.

29. Chapuis M.-P., Foucart A., Plantamp C. Blondin L., Leménager N., Benoit L., Gay P.-E. and C.S. Bazelet. 2017. Genetic and morphological variation in non-polyphenic southern African populations of the desert locust. African Entomology 25: 13-23.

28. Piry S., Chapuis M.-P., Gauffre B., Papaïx J., Cruaud A. and K. Berthier.2016. Mapping Averaged Pairwise Information (MAPI): A new exploratory tool to uncover spatial structure. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7(12): 1463-1475.[MAPI software]

27. Pélissié B., C. Piou, H. Jourdan, C. Pagès, L. Blondin and M.-P. Chapuis. 2016. Extra molting and selection on larval growth in the desert locust. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0155736.

26. Chapuis M.-P., C.S. Bazelet, L. Blondin, A. Foucart, R. Vitalis and M.J.Samways. 2016. Subspecific taxonomy of the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria (Orthoptera: Acrididae), based on molecular and morphological characters. Systematic Entomology 41: 516-530. 

25. Chapuis M.-P., C. Plantamp, R. Streiff, L. Blondin and C. Piou. 2015. Microsatellite evolutionary rate and pattern in Schistocerca gregaria inferred from direct observation of germline mutations. Molecular Ecology 24: 6107–6119.

24. Gauffre B., S. Mallez, M.-P. Chapuis, R. Leblois, I. Litrico, S. Delaunay and I. Badenhausser. 2015. Spatial heterogeneity in landscape structure influences dispersal and genetic structure: empirical evidencefrom a grasshopper in an agricultural landscape. Molecular Ecology 24: 1713-1728.

23. Sun J.T., X.Y. Jiang, Y.K. Zhang, M.-P. Chapuis, M.M. Wang, X.M. Yang, C. Ge, X.F. Xue and X.Y. Hong. 2015. Evidence for high dispersal ability and mito-nuclear discordance in the small brown planthopper, Laodelphax striatellus. Scientific Reports 5: 8045.

22. Chapuis M.-P., C. Plantamp, L. Blondin, C. Pagès, J.-M. Vassal and M. Lecoq. 2014. Demographic processes shaping genetic variation of the solitarious phase of the desert locust. Molecular Ecology 23: 1749–1763. [CIRAD release]

21. Blondin L., L. Badisco, C. Pagès, A. Foucart, A.-M. Risterucci, C.S. Bazelet, J. Vanden Broeck, H. Song, S. Ould Ely and M.P. Chapuis.2013. Characterization and comparison of microsatellite markers derivedfrom genomic and expressed libraries for the desert locust. Journal of Applied Entomology, 137 (9) : 673-683.

20. Umbers K., S. Dennsion, C. Manahan, L. Blondin, C. Pages, A.-M. Risterucci and M.-P. Chapuis. 2012. Microsatellite markers for the chameleon grasshopper (Kosciuscola tristis) (Orthoptera: Acrididae), an Australian alpine specialist. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 13: 12094-12099.

19. Ma C., P. Yang, F. Jiang, M.-P. Chapuis, Y. Shali, G.A. Sword and L. Kang. 2012. Mitochondrial genomes reveal the global phylogeography and dispersal routes of the migratory locust. Molecular Ecology 21: 4344–4358.

18. Blanchet E., M. Lecoq, G.A. Sword, C. Pagès, L. Blondin, C. Billot, R. Rivallan, A. Foucart, J.-M. Vassal, A.-M. Risterucci and M.-P. Chapuis. 2012. Population structures of three Calliptamus spp. across the WesternMediterranean Basin. European Journal of Entomology 109: 445-455. 

17. Babin R., C. Fenouillet, T. Legavre, L. Blondin, C. Calatayud, A.-M. Risterucci and M.-P. Chapuis. 2012. Isolation and characterization of twelve polymorphic microsatellite loci for the cocoa mirid bug Sahlbergella Singularis. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 13: 4412-4417. 

16. Chapuis M.-P., R. Streiff and G.A. Sword. 2012. Long microsatellites andunusually high levels of genetic diversity in the Orthoptera. Insect Molecular Biology 21: 181-186.

15. Blanchet E., M. Lecoq, G. A. Sword, K. Berthier, C. Pages, C. Billot, R.Rivallan, A. Foucart, J.-M. Vassal, A.-M. Risterucci and M.-P. Chapuis.2012. A comparative analysis of fine-scale genetic structure in three closely-related syntopic grasshopper species (Calliptamus sp.). Canadian Journal of Zoology 90: 31–41.

14. Chapuis M.-P., S.J. Simpson, L. Blondin & G.A. Sword. 2011. Taxa-specific heat shock proteins are over-expressed with crowding in the Australian plague locust. Journal of Insect Physiology 57 (11): 1562-1567.

13. Chapuis M.-P., J.-A. Popple, K. Berthier, S. J. Simpson, T. Deveson, P. Spurgin, M. J. Steinbauer and G. A. Sword. 2011. Challenges to assessing connectivity between massive populations of the Australian Plague locust. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 278(1721): 3152-3160.

12. Ponton F., M.-P. Chapuis, M. Pernice, G.A. Sword and S.J. Simpson. 2011.Evaluation of potential reference genes for reverse transcription-qPCR studies of physiological responses in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Insect Physiology 57(6): 840-850. 

11. Chapuis M.-P., D. Tohidi-Esfahani, T. Dodgson, L. Blondin, F. Ponton, D.Cullen, S.J. Simpson and G.A. Sword. 2011. Assessment and validation ofa suite of reverse transcription-quantitative PCR reference genes for analyses of density-dependent behavioural plasticity in the Australian plague locust. BMC Molecular Biology 12: 7.

10. Berthier K., M-P. Chapuis, S.M. Moosavi, D. Tohidi-Esfahani and G.A. Sword. 2011. Nuclear insertions and heteroplasmy of mitochondrial DNA astwo sources of intra-individual genomic variation in grasshoppers. Systematic Entomology 36: 285-299.

9. Chapuis M.-P.*, K. Berthier K.*,S.J. Simpson, H-J. Ferenz, C.M. Habib Kane, L. Kang,A. Lange, S.R. Ott, M.A. Ould Babah, K.W. Rodenburg, S.M. Rogers, B. Torto, J.Vanden Broeck, J.J.A. Van Loon and G.A. Sword. 2010. Laboratory populations as a resource for understanding the relationshipbetween genotypes and phenotypes:  Aglobal case study in locusts. Advancesin Insect Physiology 39: 1-37 (* equal contributors).

8. Chapuis M.-P., L. Crespin, A. Estoup, A. Augé-Sabatier, A. Foucart, M. Lecoq, and Y.Michalakis. 2010. Parental crowdingincreases investment to reproduction in Locusta migratoria females. Bulletin of Entomological Research 100:9-17.

7. Chapuis M.-P., A. Loiseau, Y. Michalakis, M. Lecoq, A. Franc, and A. Estoup. 2009. Outbreaks, gene flow and effective population size in the migratorylocust, Locusta migratoria: aregional scale comparative survey. Molecular Ecology 18:792-800.

6. Chapuis M.-P., M. Lecoq, Y. Michalakis, A. Loiseau, G. A. Sword, S. Piry, and A.Estoup. 2008.  Do outbreaks affectgenetic population structure? A worldwide survey in Locusta migratoria, a pest plagued bymicrosatellite null alleles. Molecular Ecology 17(16): 3640-3653.

5. Chapuis M.-P., J.-A. Popple, S. J. Simpson, M. Steinbauer, L. McCulloch, A. Estoup,J.-F. Martin, and G. A. Sword. 2008. Eight polymorphic microsatellite loci for the Australian plaguelocust, Chortoicetes terminifera. Molecular EcologyResources 8:1414-1416.

4. Chapuis M.-P., A. Estoup, A. Augé-Sabatier, A. Foucart, M. Lecoq, and Y. Michalakis.2008. Genetic variationfor parental effects on propensity to gregarise in Locusta migratoria.BMC Evolutionary Biology 8: 37.

3. Chapuis, M.-P., andA. Estoup. 2007. Microsatellite null alleles and estimation of populationdifferentiation. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24(3): 621-631. [FreeNAsoftware]

2. Pascual., M., M.P. Chapuis, F. Mestres, J. Balanyà, R.B. Huey, G.W. Gilchrist, L. Serra, and A.Estoup. 2007. Introduction history ofDrosophila subobscura in the New World:a microsatellite based survey using ABC methods. Molecular Ecology 16(15): 3069-3083.

1. Chapuis, M.-P., A. Loiseau, Y. Michalakis, M. Lecoq, and A. Estoup. 2005. Characterizationand PCR multiplexing of polymorphic microsatellite loci for the locust Locustamigratoria. Molecular Ecology Notes 5: 554-557.

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