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49. Boulay R., Aron S., Cerdá X., Doums C., Graham P., Hefetz A., Monnin T. (2016) Social Life in Arid Environments : The Case Study of Cataglyphis Ants. Annual Review of Entomology, 62.

48. Amor F., Villalta I., Doums C., Angulo E., Caut S., Castro S., Cerdà X., Boulay R. (2016) Nutritional versus genetic correlates of caste differentiation in a desert ant. Ecological Entomology. Available at :http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/een.12337.

47. Cronin A.L., Chifflet-Belle P., Federici P., Doums C. (2016) High inter-colonial variation in worker nestmate relatedness and diverse social structure in a desert ant from Mongolia,. Nature, 63, 87–98.

46. Cronin A.L., Monnin T., Sillam-Dussès D., Aubrun F., Fédérici P., Doums C. (2016) Qualitative bias in offspring investment in a superorganism is linked to dispersal and nest inheritance. Animal Behaviour, 119, 1–9. Available at : http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0003347216301105.

45.Helft F., Doums C., Monnin T. (2016) No evidence of pre-copulatory mate choice by gynes in the facultatively parthenogenetic ant Cataglyphis cursor. Insectes Sociaux, 63, 199–201. Available at : "http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00040-015-0444-0.

44. Helft F., Doums C., Monnin T. (2015) No evidence of precopulatory mate choice by gynes in the facultatively parthenogenetic ant Cataglyphis cursor. Insectes sociaux, 63, 199–201.

43. Helft F., Monnin T., Doums C. (2015) First Evidence of Inclusive Sexual Selection in the Ant Cataglyphis cursor : Worker Aggressions Differentially Affect Male Access to Virgin Queens. Ethology, 121, 641–650.

42. Doums C, Ruel C, Clémencet J, Fédérici P, Cournault L, Aron S. 2013. Fertile diploid males in the ant Cataglyphis cursor : a potential cost of thelytoky ? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 67, 1983-1993.

41.Doums C, Cronin AL, Fédérici P, Haussy C, Tirard C, Monnin T. 2013. Facultative use of thelytokous parthenogenesis for queen production in the polyandrous ant Cataglyphis cursor. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26, 1431-1444.

40. Cronin AL, Molet M, Doums C, Monnin T, Peeters C. 2013. Recurrent evolution of dependent colony foundation across eusocial insects. Annual Review of Entomology, 58, 37-55.

39. Helft F, Tirard C, Doums C. 2012. The effects of division of labour on phenoloxidase based immunity in workers of the ant Cataglyphis cursor. Insectes sociaux, 59, 333-340.

38. Cronin AL, Fédérici P, Doums C, Monnin T. 2012. The influence of intraspecific competition on resource allocation during dependent colony foundation in a social insect. Oecologia, 168, 361-369.
37. Cronin A, Monnin T, Haussy C, Doums C. 2011. Opportunities for mate choice in the fission performing ant Cataglyphis cursor. Ecological Entomology, 36, 522-525.

36. Chéron B, Monnin T, Fédérici P, Doums C. 2011. Variation in patriline reproductive success during queen production in orphaned colonies of the thelytokous ant Cataglyphis cursor. Molecular Ecology, 20, 2011-2022.

35. Chéron B*, Cronin AL*, Doums C, Haussy C, Tirard C, Monnin T. 2011. Unequal resource allocation among colonies produced by fission in the ant Cataglyphis cursor. Ecology, 92, 1448-1458. * Co-premier auteur

34. Clémencet J, Cournault L, Odent A, Doums C. 2010. Worker thermal tolerance in the thermophilic ant Cataglyphis cursor. Insectes Sociaux, 57, 11-15.

33. Chéron B, Doums C, Fédérici P, Monnin T. 2009. Queen replacement in the monogynous ant Aphaenogaster senilis : supernumerary queen as life insurance. Animal Behaviour, 78, 1317-1325.

32. Monnin T, Cini A, Lecat V, Féderici P, Doums C. 2009. No actual conflict over colony inheritance despite high potential conflict in the social wasp Polistes dominulus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 276, 1593-1601.

31. Galarza, JA, Boulay R, Cerdá X, Doums C, Federici P, Magalon H, Monnin T, Rico C. 2009. Development of single sequence repeat markers for the ant Aphaenogaster senilis and cross-species amplification in A.iberica, A.gibbosa, A.subterranea and Messor maroccanus. Conservation Genetics, 10, 519-521.

30. Bocher A, Doums C, Millot L, Tirard C. 2008. Reproductive conflicts affect labour and immune defence in the queenless ant Diacamma ‘nilgiri’. Evolution, 62, 123-134.

29. Clémencet J, Rome Q, Fédérici P, Doums C. 2008 Aggressions and size-related fecundity of queenless workers in the ant Cataglyphis cursor. Naturwissenschaften, 95, 85-175.

28. Bocher A, Tirard C, Doums C. 2007. Phenotypic plasticity of immune defence linked with foraging activity in the ant Cataglyphis velox. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20, 2228-2234.

27. Hora RR, Poteaux C, Doums C, Fresneau D, Fénéron R. 2007. Egg cannibalism in a facultative polygynous ant : conflict for reproduction or strategy to survive ? Ethology, 113, 909-916.

26. Clémencet J, Doums C. 2007. Habitat-related microgeographic variation of worker size and colony size in the ant Cataglyphis cursor. Oecologia, 152, 211-218.

25. Zinck L, Jaisson P, Hora RR, Denis D, Poteaux C, Doums C. 2007. The role of breeding system on ant ecological dominance : genetic analysis of Ectatomma tuberculatum. Behavioral Ecology, 18, 701-708.

24. André JB, Peeters C, Huet M, Doums C. 2006. Estimating the rate of gamergate turnover in the queenless ant Diacamma cyaneiventre using a maximum likelihood model. Insectes Sociaux, 53, 233-244.

23. Hora RR, Doums C, Poteaux C, Fénéron R, Valenzuela J, Heinze J, Fresneau F. 2005. Small queens in the ant Ectatomma tuberculatum : a new case of social parasitism. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 59, 285-292.

22. Clémencet J, Viginier B, Doums C. 2005. Hierarchical analysis of population genetic structure in the monogynous ant Cataglyphis cursor using microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA markers. Molecular Ecology, 14, 3735-3744.

21. Pearcy M, Aron S, Doums C, Keller L. 2004. Conditional use of sex and parthenogenesis for worker and queen production in ants. Science, 306, 1780-1783.

20. Pearcy M, Clémencet J, Chameron S, Aron S, Doums C. 2004. Characterization of nuclear DNA microsatellite markers in the ant Cataglyphis cursor. Molecular Ecology Notes, 4, 642-644.

19. Viginier B, Peeters C, Brazier L, Doums C. 2004. Very low genetic variability in the Indian queenless ant Diacamma indicum. Molecular Ecology, 13, 2095-2100.

18. Baudry E, Peeters C, Brazier L, Veuille M, Doums C. 2003. Shift in the behaviours regulating monogyny is associated with high genetic differentiation in the queenless ant Diacamma ceylonense. Insectes Sociaux, 50, 390-397.

17. Doums C, Cabrera H, Peeters C. 2002. Population genetic structure and male-biased dispersal in the queenless ant Diacamma cyaneiventre. Molecular Ecology, 11, 2251-2264.

16. Doums C, Moret Y, Benelli E, Schmid-Hempel P. 2002. Senescence of immune defence in Bombus workers. Ecological Entomology, 27, 138-144.

15. Myskowiak JB, Doums C. 2002. Effects of refrigeration on the biometry and development of Protophormia terraenovae (Robineau-Desvoidy) (Diptera : Calliphoridae) and its consequences in estimating post-mortem interval in forensic investigations. Forensic Science International, 125, 254-261.

14. André JB, Peeters C, Doums C. 2001. Serial polygyny and colony genetic structure in the monogynous queenless ant Diacamma cyaneiventre. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 50, 72-80.

13. Doums C, Schmid-Hempel P. 2000. Immunocompetence in workers of a social insect, Bombus terrestris L., in relation to foraging activity and parasitic infection. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 78, 1060-1066.

12. Doums C. 1999. Characterization of microsatellite loci in the queenless Ponerine ant Diacamma cyaneiventre. Molecular Ecology, 8, 1957-1959.

11. Olsson M, Pagel M, Shine R, Madsen T, Doums C, Gullberg A, Tegelström H. 1999. Sperm choice and sperm competition : Suggestions for field and laboratory studies. Oikos, 84, 172-175.

10. Doums C, Perdieu MA, Jarne P. 1998. Resource allocation and stressful conditions in the aphallic snail Bulinus truncatus. Ecology, 79, 720-733.
9. Doums C, Viard F, Jarne P. 1998. The evolution of phally polymorphism. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 64, 273-296.

8. Petrie M, Doums C, Moller AP. 1998. The degree of extra-pair paternity increases with genetic variability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 95, 9390-9395.

7. Doums C, Viard F, David P, Jarne P. 1997. Phally status and size in Niger populations of Bulinus truncatus (Gastropoda : Planorbidae). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 63, 111-115.

6. Viard F, Doums C, Jarne P. 1997. Selfing, sexual polymorphism and microsatellites in the hermaphroditic freshwater snail Bulinus truncatus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 264, 39-44.

5. Doums C, Bremond P, Delay B, Jarne P. 1996. The genetical and environmental determination of phally polymorphism in the freshwater snail Bulinus truncatus. Genetics, 142, 217-225.

4. Doums C, Jarne P. 1996. The evolution of phally polymorphism in Bulinus truncatus (Gastropoda, Planorbidae) : The cost of male function analysed through life-history traits and sex allocation. Oecologia, 106, 464-469.

3. Doums C, Labbo R, Jarne P. 1996. Stability and genetic basis of variability of phally polymorphism in natural populations of the self-fertile freshwater snail Bulinus truncatus. Genetical Research, 68, 23-33.

2. Doums C, Viard F, Pernot AF, Delay B, Jarne P. 1996. Inbreeding depression, neutral polymorphism, and copulatory behavior in freshwater snails : A self-fertilization syndrome. Evolution, 50, 1908-1918.

1. Doums C, Delay B, Jarne P. 1994. A problem with the estimate of self-fertilization depression in the hermaphrodite freshwater snail Bulinus truncatus : The effect of grouping. Evolution, 48, 498-504.


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