Adele Mennerat, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Bergen, Norway, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway 
 Universite de Picardie, France 
Website:
http://bio.uib.no/te/am/
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Mennerat A, Ugelvik MS, Håkonsrud Jensen C, et al. (2017) Invest more and die faster: The life history of a parasite on intensive farms. Evolutionary Applications. 10: 890-896
Ugelvik MS, Skorping A, Moberg O, et al. (2017) Evolution of virulence under intensive farming: Salmon lice increase skin lesions and reduce host growth in salmon farms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Ugelvik MS, Mo T, Mennerat A, et al. (2016) Atlantic salmon infected with salmon lice are more susceptible to new lice infections. Journal of Fish Diseases
Skorping A, Jensen KH, Mennerat A, et al. (2016) When to Reproduce? A New Answer to an Old Question. The American Naturalist. 187: 540-546
Lambrechts MM, Blondel J, Bernard C, et al. (2016) Exploring Biotic and Abiotic Determinants of Nest Size in Mediterranean Great Tits (Parus major) and Blue Tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) Ethology. 122: 492-501
Doury G, Pottier J, Ameline A, et al. (2015) Bioenergy Crops and Natural Enemies: Host Plant-Mediated Effects of Miscanthus on the Aphid Parasitoid Lysiphlebus testaceipes Bioenergy Research
Mennerat A, Sheldon BC. (2014) How to deal with PCR contamination in molecular microbial ecology. Microbial Ecology. 68: 834-41
Mennerat A, Hamre L, Ebert D, et al. (2012) Life history and virulence are linked in the ectoparasitic salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25: 856-61
Mennerat A, Nilsen F, Ebert D, et al. (2010) Intensive Farming: Evolutionary Implications for Parasites and Pathogens. Evolutionary Biology. 37: 59-67
Mennerat A, Mirleau P, Blondel J, et al. (2009) Aromatic plants in nests of the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus protect chicks from bacteria. Oecologia. 161: 849-55
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