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PUBLICATIONS RECENTES

 

2017

BLEVIN P., TARTU S., ELLIS H. I., CHASTEL O., BUSTAMANTE P., PARENTEAU C., HERZKE D., ANGELIER F., GABRIELSEN G. W. Contaminants and energy expenditure in an Arctic seabird: Organochlorine pesticides and perfluoroalkyl substances are associated with metabolic rate in a contrasted manner. Environmental Research. 2017, 157, 118-126 (PDF)


2016

ANGELIER F., PARENTEAU C., RUAULT S., ANGELIER N. Endocrine consequences of an acute stress under different thermal conditions: a study of corticosterone, prolactin, and thyroid hormones in the pigeon (Columbia livia). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A. 2016, 196, 38-45 (PDF)

 

ANGELIER F., PARENTEAU C., TROUVE C., ANGELIER N. Does the stress response predict the ability of wild birds to adjust to short-term captivity? A study of the rock pigeon (Columbia livia). Royal Society Open Science. 2016, 3, 160840 (PDF)

 

DUPOUE A., ANGELIER F., BRISCHOUX F., DENARDO D. F., TROUVE C., PARENTEAU C., LOURDAIS O. Water deprivation increases maternal corticosterone levels and enhances offspring growth in the snake Vipera aspis. Journal of Experimental Biology. 2016, 219, 658-667 (PDF)

 

HANSEN W. K.,  BATE L. J., LANDRY D. W., CHASTEL O., PARENTEAU C., BREUNER C. W. Feather and faecal corticosterone concentrations predict future reproductive decisions in harlequin ducks (Histrionicus histrionicus). Conservation Physiology. 2016, 4, (1), 1-10 (PDF)

 

MEILLERE A., BRISCHOUX F., BUSTAMANTE P., MICHAUD B., PARENTEAU C., MARCIAU C., ANGELIER F. Corticosterone levels in relation to trace element contamination along an urbanization gradient in the common blackbird (Turdus merula). Science of the Total Environment. 2016, 566-567, 93-101 (PDF)

 

 

2015

ANGELIER F., WINGFIELD J.C., PARENTEAU C., PELLÉ M., CHASTEL O. Does short-term fasting lead to stressed-out parents? A study of incubation commitment and the hormonal stress responses and recoveries in snow petrels. Hormones and Behavior. 2015, 67, 28-37 (PDF)

 

MEILLERE A., BRISCHOUX F., PARENTEAU C., ANGELIER F. Influence of urbanization on body size, condition and physiology in an urban exploiter: a multi-component approach. PLoS ONE. 2015, 10, (8), e0135685 (PDF)

 

2013

PAQUET M., COVAS R., CHASTEL O., PARENTEAU C., DOUTRELANT C. Maternal effects in relation to helper presence in the cooperatively breeding sociable weaver. Plos One. 2013, 8, (3), e59336 (PDF)

 

POISBLEAU M., DEHNHARD N., DEMONGIN L., PARENTEAU C., QUILLFELDT P., EENS M. Females paired with new and heavy mates reduce intra-clutch differences in resource allocation. Plos One. 2013, 8, (8), e72136 (PDF)

 

2012

KOSZTOLANYI A., KUEPPER C., CHASTEL O., PARENTEAU C., YILMAZ T.K., MIKLOSI A., SZEKELY T., LENDVAI A.Z. Prolactin stress response does not predict brood desertion in a polyandrous shorebird. Hormones and Behavior. 2012, 61, 734-740 (PDF)

 

2011

QUILLFELDT P., POISBLEAU M., PARENTEAU C., TROUVE C., DEMONGIN L., VAN NOORDWIJK H.J., MÖSTL E. Measuring corticosterone in seabird egg yolk and the presence of high yolk gestagen concentrations. General and Comparative Endocrinologie. 2011,173, (1), 11-14 (PDF)

 

POISBLEAU M., DEMONGIN L., PARENTEAU C., EENS M. Intra-clutch ratio of yolk progesterone level changes with laying date in rockhopper penguins: a strategy to influence brood reduction? Plos One. 2011, 6, (11), e27765 (PDF)

 

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