Ophelie Ronce, Ph.D.

ISEM, Montpellier, France 
"Ophelie Ronce"
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Godineau C, Ronce O, Devaux C. (2021) Assortative mating can help adaptation of flowering time to a changing climate: insights from a polygenic model. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Tonnabel J, Klein EK, Ronce O, et al. (2021) Sex-specific spatial variation in fitness in the highly dimorphic Leucadendron rubrum. Molecular Ecology
Gauzere J, Teuf B, Davi H, et al. (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: 109-123
Cotto O, Sandell L, Chevin LM, et al. (2019) Maladaptive Shifts in Life History in a Changing Environment. The American Naturalist. 194: 558-573
Gauzere J, Lucas C, Ronce O, et al. (2019) Sensitivity analysis of tree phenology models reveals increasing sensitivity of their predictions to winter chilling temperature and photoperiod with warming climate Ecological Modelling. 411: 108805
Tonnabel J, Schurr FM, Boucher F, et al. (2018) Life-History Traits Evolved Jointly with Climatic Niche and Disturbance Regime in the Genus Leucadendron (Proteaceae). The American Naturalist. 191: 220-234
Aguilée R, Raoul G, Rousset F, et al. (2016) Pollen dispersal slows geographical range shift and accelerates ecological niche shift under climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Olivieri I, Tonnabel J, Ronce O, et al. (2016) Why evolution matters for species conservation: perspectives from three case studies of plant metapopulations. Evolutionary Applications. 9: 196-211
Mousset M, David P, Petit C, et al. (2016) Lower selfing rates in metallicolous populations than in non-metallicolous populations of the pseudometallophyte Noccaea caerulescens (Brassicaceae) in Southern France. Annals of Botany
Olivieri I, Tonnabel J, Ronce O, et al. (2016) Why evolution matters for species conservation: Perspectives from three case studies of plant metapopulations Evolutionary Applications. 9: 196-211
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