Jean Michel Gaillard, PhD

Affiliations: 
Universite Lyon I 
Area:
population dynamics, evolution
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Cheynel L, Douhard F, Gilot-Fromont E, et al. (2018) Does body growth impair immune function in a large herbivore? Oecologia
Quéméré E, Gaillard JM, Galan M, et al. (2018) Between-population differences in the genetic and maternal components of body mass in roe deer. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 18: 39
Cheynel L, Lemaître JF, Gaillard JM, et al. (2017) Immunosenescence patterns differ between populations but not between sexes in a long-lived mammal. Scientific Reports. 7: 13700
Tidière M, Lemaître JF, Pélabon C, et al. (2017) Evolutionary allometry reveals a shift in selection pressure on male horn size. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Descamps S, Gaillard JM, Hamel S, et al. (2016) When relative allocation depends on total resource acquisition: implication for the analysis of trade-offs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Douhard M, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F, et al. (2016) Changes in horn size of Stone's sheep over four decades correlate with trophy hunting pressure. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 26: 309-21
Garnier A, Gaillard JM, Gauthier D, et al. (2016) What shapes fitness costs of reproduction in long-lived iteroparous species? A case study on the Alpine ibex. Ecology. 97: 205-14
Hamel S, Yoccoz NG, Gaillard JM. (2016) Assessing variation in life-history tactics within a population using mixture regression models: a practical guide for evolutionary ecologists. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Rézouki C, Tafani M, Cohas A, et al. (2016) Socially-mediated effects of climate change decrease survival of hibernating Alpine marmots. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Plard F, Gaillard JM, Coulson T, et al. (2016) Des différences, pourquoi? Transmission, maintenance and effects of phenotypic variance. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 85: 356-70
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