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Sentis A., Bertram R., Dardenne N., Simon J.-C., Magro M., Pujol B., Hemptinne J-L. & Danchin E. Herbivore intraspecific variation and evolutionary divergence drive trophic cascade strength.

Sentis A., Bertram R., Dardenne N., Ramon-Portugal F., Louit I, Negri L., Haeler E., Achkar T., Pannetier T., Cunningham J.L., Grunau C., Le Trionnaire G., Simon J.C., Magro A., Pujol B., Hemptinne J.-L. & Danchin E. Evolution without standing genetic variation: transgenerational plastic effects accumulate under constant selective pressure

Sentis A. & Boukal D.S. On the use of functional responses to quantify emergent multiple predator effects.

Kolář V., Boukal D.S., & Sentis A. Habitat complexity and predation risk modify predator-prey interaction.

Veselý L., Boukal D.S., Kuklina I., Buřič M., Fořt M., Yazicioglu B., Prchal M., Kozák P., Kouba A. & Sentis A. Body size, temperature and resource density jointly influence species interactions in multiple predator-prey system.

Sentis A., Bertram R., Dardenne N., Ramon-Portugal F., Louit I, Le Trionnaire G., Simon J.C., Magro A., Pujol B., Hemptinne J.-L. & Danchin E. Herbivore evolutionary divergence influences their transgenerational phenotypic response to predators



Veselý, L., D. S. Boukal, M. Buřič, P. Kozák, A. Kouba, and A. Sentis (2017). Effects of prey density, temperature and predator diversity on nonconsumptive predator-driven mortality in a freshwater food web. Scientific reports 7:18075.

Sentis, A., Binzer A., and D.S. Boukal (2017)Temperature-size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients. Ecology Letters, 20: 852-862.. 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, 23: 4598–4608. Download PDF.

Sentis, A., Gémard C., Jaugeon B. and D.S. Boukal (2017)Predator diversity and environmental change modify the strengths of trophic and non-trophic interactionsGlobal Change Biology, 23: 2629–2640. 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, 21: 3586–3594. 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, 21: 3290–3298. 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