PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES

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PUBLICATIONS

Sentis, A., Binzer A., and D.S. Boukal (2017)Temperature-size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients. Ecology Letters. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12779. Download PDF.

Sentis, A., Hemptinne, J.-L. and J. Brodeur (2017). Non-additive effects of heat waves and predators on prey phenotype and transgenerational phenotypic plasticity. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13674. Download PDF.

Sentis, A., Gémard C., Jaugeon B. and D.S. Boukal (2016)Predator diversity and environmental change modify the strengths of trophic and non-trophic interactionsGlobal Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13560. Download PDF.

Sentis, A., Ramon-Portugal, F, Brodeur, J. and J.L. Hemptinne (2015). The smell of change: warming affects species interactions mediated by chemical informationGlobal Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12932. Download PDF

Sentis, A., Morisson, J. and D.S. Boukal (2015). Thermal acclimation modulates the impacts of temperature and enrichment on trophic interaction strengths and population dynamics. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12931. Download PDF

Sentis, A., Hemptinne, J.-L. and J. Brodeur (2014). Towards a mechanistic understanding of temperature and enrichment effects on species interaction strength, omnivory and food-web structure. Ecology Letters, 17: 785-793.  Download PDF

Sentis, A., Hemptinne, J.L., and J. Brodeur (2013). Parsing handling time into its components: implications for responses to a temperature gradientEcology, 94: 1675-1680. Download PDF

Sentis, A., Hemptinne, J.L., and J. Brodeur (2013). How functional response and productivity modulate intraguild predationEcosphere, 4: art46. Download PDF

Sentis, A., Hemptinne, J.L., and J. Brodeur (2013). Effects of simulated heat waves on an experimental plant–herbivore–predator food chainGlobal Change Biology, 19: 833-842. Download PDF

Sentis A., Hemptinne J-L. and J. Brodeur (2012). Using functional response modeling to investigate the effect of temperature on predator feeding rate and energetic efficiencyOecologia169: 1117-1125. Download PDF

Sentis A., Lucas E., and W. Vickery (2012). Prey abundance, intraguild predators, ants and the optimal egg-laying strategy of a furtive predator. Journal of Insect Behavior25: 529-542. Download PDF

Sentis A. (2012). Effets des changements climatiques sur les insectes et conséquences économiques et sanitaires. Antennae. Vol. 19, no. 1, p. 3-7. Download PDF

Sentis A. (2010). Portrait de la prédation furtive chez les prédateurs aphidiphages. Antennae. Vol. 16, no. 4, Hiver 2010. Download PDF

CONFERENCES

Posters

Sentis A., Binzer A. and Boukal D.S. (2015). Ecological consequences of temperature-induced change in body size: species survival and population dynamics. Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution (MMEE) conference. Paris, France. 8-10 July.

Sentis A., Achkar T., Kondratow K., Grunau C, Danchin E and Hemptinne J-L. (2015). Trophic interaction as a driver of evolution: from epigenetics to genetic assimilation. CNRS summer course: Role of Epigenetics in Ecology and Evolution,
St. Pierre, Oléron Island, France. 18-22 May.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2013). Too hot for my wings: heat waves decrease predator-induced phenotypic response. 11th conference of the International Association for Ecology (INTECOL), London, UK, 18-23 August.

 Oral presentations (as presenting author only)

Sentis A., Kondratow F., Ashkar T.,  Danchin E., and Hemptinne J.-L. (2015). Impacts of warming, trophic interaction and interclonal competition on life history traits, phenotypic plasticity, and population dynamics of a pink and a green clone of the pea aphid. UK – French joint meeting on Aphids. Paris, France. 6-7 November.

 

Sentis A., Morrison J. and Boukal D. (2015). Phenotypic plasticity modulates the impacts of temperature and enrichment on trophic interaction strengths and population dynamics. 1st meeting of the GDR PLASPHEN. Paris, France.  4-5 November.

Sentis A., Binzer A. and Boukal D.S. (2015). Ecological consequences of temperature-induced change in body size: species survival and population dynamics. Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution (MMEE) conference. Paris, France. 8-10 July.

Sentis A., Binzer A. and Boukal D.S. (2015). Ecological consequences of temperature-induced change in body size: species survival and population dynamics. Models in Ecology and Evolution conference. Montpellier, France. 2-3 June.

Sentis A., Gémard C., Jaugeon B. and Boukal D.S. (2014). Effects of predator diversity, enrichment, and temperature on trophic interactions. BES-SFE joint annual meeting. Lille, France. 12 December.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2012). Effets directs et indirects de pulses de température sur un système tritrophique : poivron-puceron-coccinelle. 80th conference of the Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas). Montréal, Canada. 7-11 May.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2011). Effets directs et indirects de pulses de température sur un système tri-trophique : poivron-puceron-coccinelle. 137th Annual conference of the Entomological Society of Quebec (ESQ). Orford, Canada. 13-14 October.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2011). Effects of extremes temperatures on a tritrophic system. Centre SEVE annual meeting. St Paulin, Canada. 29-30 September.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Modeling temperature effects on functional response and intraguild predation in an aphidophagous system. Journée d’écologie de Toulouse. France. 15 November.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Modeling temperature effects on functional response and intraguild predation in an aphidophagous system. SEVAB annual meeting. Toulouse, France. 27 October.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Modeling temperature effects on functional response and intraguild predation in an aphidophagous system. Ecology of Aphidophaga 11. Pérouse, Italie. 19-24 September.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Modeling temperature effects on functional response and intraguild predation in an aphidophagous system. 5th Conference of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution. Québec, Canada. 9-12 May.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Modélisation et analyse empirique de l’effet de la température sur l’intensité de la prédation intraguilde. Centre SEVE annual meeting. Canada. 8-9 April.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2010). Changements climatiques? Modélisation et analyse empirique de  l’effet de la température sur l’intensité de la prédation intraguilde chez deux prédateurs de pucerons. 20th Graduate student symposium of the department of biology. University of Montréal, Canada. 28 January.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2009). Modeling temperature effects on intraguild predation intensity in an aphidophagous system. 136th Annual conference of ESQ. Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada. 5-6 November.

Sentis A., Vickery W.L., and Lucas E. (2007). Is aphid midge Aphidoletes aphidimyza (a furtive predator) able to control aphid population in orchard? 32ème conference of SQEBC. Québec, Canada. 2-4 November.

Sentis A., Lucas E., and Vickery W.L. (2007). La cécidomyie Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Diptera) peut-elle contrôler les populations de pucerons en verger de pommiers ? 134th conference of the ESQ. Québec, Canada. 25-26 October.

Sentis A., Lucas E., and Vickery W.L. (2006). Optimal oviposition, furtive predation and myrmecophile aphid, explosive cocktail for Cecidomyie Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Diptera). Joint congress of the ESQ and the Entomological Society of Canada (ESC). Montréal.18-22 November.

Sentis A., Vickery W.L., and Lucas E. (2006). Ponte optimale et prédation furtive chez la Cécidomyie Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Diptera) ? 31th congress of SQEBC. Montréal. 10-12 November.

 

Invited Seminars

Sentis A. (2015). Environmental stress: symptom, acclimation, adaptation. Université de Perpignan. Perpignan, France. 16th November.

Sentis A. (2015). Environmental stress: symptom, acclimation, adaptation. Linköping University. Linköping, Sweden. 22th April.

Sentis A. (2015). Environmental stress: symptom, acclimation, adaptation. NGRREC. East Alton, IL, USA. 12th February.

Sentis A., Hemptinne J-L. and Brodeur J. (2015). Towards a mechanistic understanding of temperature and enrichment effects on species interaction strength, omnivory and food-web structure. Fédération de la recherche Toulouse midi-pyrénées. Labège, France. 16th January.

Sentis A. (2015). Are you stressed? Symptom, acclimation, adaptation. University of Toulouse III. Toulouse, France. 15th January.

Sentis A. and Boukal D. (2014). Climatic change, sunburn effect and phenotypic plasticity in aquatic food webs. Institute of Hydrobiology, Biology Center of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. České Budějovice, Czech Republic. 24th April.

Sentis A. (2014). Combining models and experiments to investigate the effects of warming on food webs.  Institute of Zoology and Anthropology, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany, 4th April.

Sentis A. (2014). Combining models and experiments to investigate the effects of warming on food webs. Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany, 26th March.

Sentis A. (2013). Combining models and experiments to investigate the effects of warming on trophic interactions and food-web structure. Department of Ecosystem Biology, University of South Bohemia. České Budějovice, Czech Republic. 7th November.

Sentis A., Brodeur J., and Hemptinne J-L. (2009). Modeling temperature effects on intraguild predation intensity in an aphidophagous system. Workshop: Modeling trophic interactions and population dynamics. Simon-Fraser University. Vancouver, Canada. 16-20 November.

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