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  • 137. M.-A. SELOSSE, J. MINASIEWICZ, B. BOULLARD, 2017. An annotated translation of Noël Bernard’s 1899 article ‘On the germination of Neottia Nidus-Avis’. Mycorrhiza, in press
  • 136. F. LALLEMAND F., Ü. PUTTSEPP, M. LANG, A. LUUD A., P.-E. COURTY, C. PALANCADE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2017. Mixotrophy in Pyroleae (Ericaceae) from Estonian boreal forests does not vary with light or tissue age. Annals of Botany, in press
  • 135. L. BAURET, M. GAUDEUL, M.A. SUNDUE, B.S. PARRIS, T.A. RANKER, F. RAKOTONDRAINIBE, S. HENNEQUIN, J. RANAIVO, M.-A. SELOSSE, G. ROUHAN, 2017. Madagascar sheds new light on the molecular systematics and biogeography of grammitid ferns : New unexpected lineages and numerous long-distance dispersal events. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 111 : 1–17. (PDF)
  • 134. M.-A. SELOSSE, W. BARTHLOTT, M. BRUNDRETT, J. DEARNALEY, V.S.F.T. MERCKX, F. RASMUSSEN, L.W. ZETTLER, H.N. RASMUSSEN, 2017. Why Mycophoris is not an orchid seedling, and why Synaptomitus is not a fungal symbiont within this fossil. Botany, in press.
  • 133. M. ROY et 16 alii (incl. M.-A. SELOSSE), 2017. The (re)discovery of ectomycorrhizal symbioses in Neotropical ecosystems sketched in Florianópolis. New Phytologist 214 : 920-923. (PDF)
  • 132. M. VASSE, H. VOGLMAYR, V. MAYER, C. GUEIDAN, M. NEPEL, L. MORENO, S. DE HOOG, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. MCKEY, R. BLATRIX, 2016. A phylogenetic perspective of the association between ants (Hymenoptera : Formicidae) and black yeasts (Ascomycota : Chaetothyriales). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 264 : 20162519. (PDF)
  • 131. C. HENRY, J.-F. RAIVOARISOA, A. RAZAFIMAMONJY, H. RAMANANKIERANA, P. ANDRIANAIVOMAHEFA, M. DUCOUSSO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2017. Transfer to forest nurseries significantly affects mycorrhizal community compositions of Asteropeia macphersonii wildings. Mycorrhiza, sous presse. (PDF)
  • 130. H.C.M. EBENYE, A. TAUDIÈRE, N. NIANG, C. NDIAYE, M. SAUVE, O.N. AWANA, M. VERBEKYEN, A. DE KESEL, S. SÉNE, A. G. DIÉDHIOU, V. SARDA, O. SADIO, M. CISSOKO, I. NDOYE, M.-A. SELOSSE, A.M. BÂ. 2017. Ectomycorrhizal fungi are shared between seedlings and adults in a monodominant Gilbertiodendron dewevrei rain forest in Cameroon. Biotropica 49 : 256-267. (PDF)
  • 129. M.-A. SELOSSE, M. CHARPIN, F. NOT, 2017. Mixotrophy everywhere on land and water : the grand écart hypothesis. Ecology Letters 20 : 246-263. (PDF)
  • 128. C. STRULLU-DERRIEN, P KENRICK, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. Origins of the mycorrhizal symbioses, in F. Martin (ed.) Molecular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis, p. 3-20. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg. (PDF)
  • 127. M.-A. SELOSSE, M.F. BOCAYUVA, M.C.M. KASUYA, P.-E. COURTY, 2016. Mixotrophy in mycorrhizal plants : extracting carbon from mycorrhizal networks, in F. Martin (ed.) Molecular mycorrhizal symbiosis, p. 451-471. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg. (PDF)
  • 126. J.W.D. DEARNALEY, S. PEROTTO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. Structure and development of orchid mycorrhizas, in F. Martin (ed.) Molecular mycorrhizal symbiosis, p. 63-86. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg. (PDF)
  • 125. E. TASCHEN, F. ROUSSET, M. SAUVE, L. BENOIT, M.-P. DUBOIS, F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. How the truffle got its mate : insights from genetic structure in spontaneous and managed Mediterranean populations of Tuber melanosporum. Molecular Ecology, in press. (PDF)
  • 124. P.-E. COURTY, F. MUNOZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. DUCHEMIN, S. CRIQUET, F. ZIARELLI, M. BUÉE, C. PLASSARD, J. GARBAYE, F. RICHARD, 2016. Into the functional ecology of ectomycorrhizal communities : environmental filtering of enzymatic activities. Journal of Ecology 104 : 1585–1598. (PDF)
  • 123. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. The flower as an evolutionary arms race : was Linnaeus’s choice misleading ? Botany Letters 163 : 231-235. (PDF)
  • 122. T. UESUGI, M. NAKANO, M.-A. SELOSSE, K. OBASE, Y. MATSUDA, 2016. Pyrola japonica, a partially mycoheterotrophic Ericaceae, has mycorrhizal preference for russulacean fungi in central Japan. Mycorrhiza 26 : 819-829. (PDF)
  • 121. M. VOHNÍK, M. PÁNEKC, J. FEHRERE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. Experimental evidence of ericoid mycorrhizal potential within Serendipitaceae (Sebacinales). Mycorrhiza 26 : 831-846. (PDF)
  • 120. F. LALLEMAND, M. GAUDEUL, J. LAMBOURDIÈRE, Y. MATSUDA, Y. HASHIMOTO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. The elusive predisposition to mycoheterotrophy in Ericaceae. New Phytologist 212 : 314–319. (PDF)
  • 119. S. MUNZI, C. CRUZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, R. RODRIGUEZ, 2016) Symbiotic lifestyle - 8th International Symbiosis Society (ISS) congress, Lisbon (Portugal), 12–18 July 2015. Symbiosis, sous presse. (PDF)
  • 118. M. WEISS, F. WALLER, A. ZUCARO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. Sebacinales — one thousand and one interactions with land plants (Tansley Review). New Phytologist sous presse. (PDF)
  • 117. R. P. SHEFFERSON, M. ROY, Ü. PÜTTSEPP, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2016. Demographic shifts related to mycoheterotrophy and their fitness impacts in two Cephalanthera species. Ecology sous presse. (PDF)
  • 116. M.-A. SELOSSE, L. VINCENOT, M. ÖPIK, 2016. Data processing can mask biology : towards a better reporting of fungal barcoding data ? New Phytologist. (PDF)
  • 115. F. WARTCHOW, M.A. SULZBACHER, M.C. AIME, T. GREBENKE, M.-A. SELOSSE, F.G.B. PINHEIRO, M.C.A. SÁ, I.G. BASEIA, C.L. OVREBO, 2015. Helvellosebacina aureomagnifica - a new striking heterobasidiomycete from the Atlantic Forest. Mycological Progress, 14 : 109. (PDF)
  • 114. P. BAPTISTA, F. REIS, E. PEREIRA, R.M. TAVARES, F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, T. LINO-NETO, 2015. Soil DNA pyrosequencing and fruitbodies surveys reveal contrasting diversity for various fungal ecological guilds in chestnut orchards. Environmental Microbiology Reports 7 : 946-954. (PDF)
  • 113. C. HENRY, J.-F. RAIVOARISOA, A. RAZAFIMAMONJY, H. RAMANANKIERANA, P. ANDRIANAIVOMAHEFA, M. DUCOUSSO, M.-A. SELOSSE 2015. Characterization of ectomycorrhizal communities of Asteropeia mcphersonii seedlings spontaneously growing in natural forest and in open disturbed areas. Acta Botanica Gallica – Botany Letters, sous presse.
  • 112. A. TAUDIERE, F. MUNOZ, A. LESNE, A.-C. MONNET, J.-M. BELLANGER, M.-A. SELOSSE, P.-A. MOREAU, F. RICHARD, 2015. Beyond ectomycorrhizal bipartite networks : projected networks demonstrate contrasted patterns between early- and late-successional plants in Corsica. Frontiers in Plant Science 6 : 881. (PDF)
  • 111. C. HENRY, J.-F. RAIVOARISOA, A. RAZAFIMAMONJY, H. RAMANANKIERANA, P. ANDRIANAIVOMAHEFA, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. DUCOUSSO, 2015. Asteropeia mcphersonii, a potential mycorrhizal facilitator for ecological restoration in Madagascar wet tropical rainforests. Forest Ecology and Management 358 : 202–211. (PDF)
  • 110. E. CHAUVET, J. CORNUT, K.R. SRIDHAR, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. BÄRLOCHER, 2015. Beyond the water column : aquatic hyphomycetes outside their preferred habitat. Fungal Ecology 19 : 112-127. (PDF)
  • 109. M.-A. SELOSSE, C. STRULLU-DERRIEN, F. MARTIN, S. KAMOUN, P. KENRICK. 2015. Plants and fungi : a 400 million year affair that shapes the biosphere ? New Phytologist 206 : 501–506. (PDF)
  • 108. S. SÉNE, R. AVRIL, C. CHAINTREUIL, A. GEOFFROY, C. NDIAYE, A.G. DIÉDHIOU, O. SADIO, R. COURTECUISSE, S.N. SYLLA, M.-A. SELOSSE, A. BÂ, 2015. Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of Coccoloba uvifera (L.) L. mature trees and seedlings in the neotropical coastal forests of Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles). Mycorrhiza 25 : 547-559. (PDF)
  • 107. M.G.A. VAN DER HEIJDEN, F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, I. SANDERS, 2015. Mycorrhizal ecology and evolution : the past, the present and the future. New Phytologist, 205 : 1406–1423.(PDF)
  • 106. I. DICKIE, I. ALEXANDER, S. LENNON, M. ÖPIK, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. VAN DER HEIJDEN, F. M. MARTIN. 2015. Evolving insights to understanding mycorrhizas. New Phytologist 205 : 1369–1374. (PDF)
  • 105. T. TĚŠITELOVÁ, M. KOTILÍNEK, J. JERSÁKOVÁ, F.-X. JOLY, J. KOŠNAR, I. TATARENKO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2015. Two widespread green Neottia species (Orchidaceae) show mycorrhizal preference for Sebacinales in various habitats and ontogenetic stages. Molecular Ecology 24 : 1122–1134.(PDF)
  • 104. M.I. SCHELKUNOV, V.Y. SHTRATNIKOVA, M.S. NURALIEV, M.-A. SELOSSE, A.A. PENIN, M.D. LOGACHEVA, 2015. Exploring the limits for reduction of plastid genomes : a case study of the mycoheterotrophic orchids Epipogium aphyllum and E. roseum. Genome Biology and Evolution 7:1179–1191. (PDF)
  • 103. P.-E. COURTY, P. DOUBKOVÁ, S. CALABRESE, H. NIEMANN, M.F. LEHMANN, M. VOSÁTKA, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2015. Species-dependent partitioning of C and N stable isotopes between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and their C3 and C4 hosts. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 82 : 52-61.(PDF)
  • 102. E. TASCHEN, M. SAUVE, A. TAUDIERE, J. PARLADE, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. RICHARD, 2015. Whose truffle is this ? Distribution patterns of ECM fungal diversity in Tuber melanosporum brûlés developed in multi-host Mediterranean plant communities. Environmental Microbiology in press.
  • 101. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2014. Profile : Marc-André Selosse. New Phytologist 205 : 32-33.(PDF)
  • 100. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, 2014. Do chlorophyllous orchids heterotrophically use mycorrhizal fungal carbon ? Trends in Plant Sciences 19 : 683-685 (PDF)
  • 99. M.-A. SELOSSE, A. BESSIS, M.-J. POZO, 2014. Microbial priming of plant and animal immunity : symbionts as developmental signals. Trends in Microbiology 22 : 607-613 (PDF)
  • 98. C. GONNEAU, J. JERSÁKOVÁ, E. DE TREDERN, I. TILL-BOTTRAUD, K. SAARINEN, M. SAUVE, M. ROY, T. HÁJEK, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2014. Photosynthesis in perennial mixotrophic Epipactis spp. (Orchidaceae) contributes more to shoot and fruit biomass than to hypogeous survival. Journal of Ecology 102 : 1183–1194. (PDF)
  • 97. A. BELLINO, D. BALDANTONI, M.-A. SELOSSE, R. GUERRIERI, M. BORGHETTI, A. ALFANI, 2014. Photosynthesis regulation in mixotrophic plants : new insights from Limodorum abortivum. Oecologia 175 : 875-885. (PDF)
  • 96. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2014. The latest news from biological interactions in orchids : in love, head to toe. New Phytologist 202 : 337–340. (PDF)
  • 95. A.E. BENNETT, T.J. DANIELL, M. ÖPIK, J. DAVISON, M. MOORA, M. ZOBEL, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. EVANS, 2013. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal networks vary throughout the growing season and between successional stages. Plos ONE 8 : e83241. (PDF)
  • 94. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 2013. Mycorrhizae and the New Phytologist : une vraie histoire d’amour. New Phytologist 200 : 587–589 (PDF)
  • 93. E. DODINET, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Editorial 2013. Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters 160 : 1–2 (PDF)
  • 92. V. VELDRE, K. ABARENKOV, M. BAHRAM, F. MARTOS, M.-A. SELOSSE, H. TAMM, U. KÕLJALG, L. TEDERSOO, 2013. Evolution of nutritional modes of Ceratobasidiaceae (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) as revealed from publicly available ITS sequences. Fungal Ecology 6 : 256–268 (PDF)
  • 91. M.-A. SELOSSE, E. TASCHEN, T. GIRAUD, 2013. Do black truffles avoid sexual harassment by linking mating type and vegetative incompatibility ? New Phytologist, 199 : 10–13 (PDF)
  • 90. R. MARMEISSE, U. NEHLS, M. ÖPIK, M.-A. SELOSSE, A. PRINGLE, 2013. Bridging mycorrhizal genomics, metagenomics and forest ecology, New Phytologist accepted 198 : 343-346 (PDF)
  • 89. F. OBERWINKLER, K. RIESS, R. BAUER, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. WEISS, S. GARNICA, A. ZUCCARO, 2013. Enigmatic Sebacinales. Mycological Progress 12 : 1-27 (PDF)
  • 88. M. ROY, C. GONNEAU, A. ROCHETEAU, D. BERVEILLER, B. SCHATZ, J.-C. THOMAS, C. DAMESIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Why do mixotrophic plants stay green ? A comparison between green orchid individuals in situ. Ecological Monographs 83 : 95-117 (PDF)
  • 87. S. PEROTTO, P. ANGELINI, V. BIANCIOTTO, P. BONFANTE, M. GIRLANDA, D. ISOLA, T. KULL, A. MELLO, S. ONOFRI, L. PECORARO, C. PERINI, A.M. PERSIANI, A. SAITTA, S. SARROCCO, L. SELBMANN, G. VANNACCI, R. VENANZONI, G. VENTURELLA, L. ZUCCONI, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Interactions of fungi with other organisms. Plant Biosystems 147 : 208-218 (PDF)
  • 86. J.W.D. DEARNALEY, F. MARTOS, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Orchid mycorrhizas : molecular ecology, physiology, evolution and conservation aspects, in B. Hock (ed.) The Mycota 9 (Fungal associations) : 207-230 (PDF)
  • 85. S. MIN, Z. CHANG-QIN, M. YONG-PENG, S. WELTI, P.-A. MOREAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Mycorrhizal features and fungal partners of four mycoheterotrophic Monotropoideae species from Yunnan, China. Symbiosis 57 : 1–13 (PDF)
  • 84. Y. MATSUDA, S. SHIMIZU, M. MORI, S.-I. ITO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Seasonal and environmental changes of mycorrhizal associations and heterotrophy levels in mixotrophic Pyrola japonica (Ericaceae) growing under different light environments. American Journal of Botany 99 : 1177-1188 (PDF)
  • 83. E. DODINET, M.-A. SELOSSE, A. ARTIGE, B. DE FOUCAULT, 2012. Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters, entre continuité historique et renouvellement / Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters, historical continuity and renewal. Acta Botanica Gallica. Botany Letters 159 : 1-3 (PDF)
  • 82. Y. HASHIMOTO, S. FUKUKAWA, A. KUNISHI, H. SUGA, F. RICHARD, M. SAUVE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Mycoheterotrophic germination of Pyrola asarifolia dust seeds reveals convergences with germination in orchids. New Phytologist 195 : 620–630 (PDF)
  • 81. F. MARTOS, F. MUNOZ, T. PAILLER, I. KOTTKE, C. GONNEAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. The role of epiphytism in architecture and evolutionary constraint within mycorrhizal networks of tropical orchids. Molecular Ecology 21 : 5098-5109 (PDF)
  • 80. T. MALINOVA, M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, J. JERSAKOVA, 2012. Symbiotic germination capability of four epipactis species (orchidaceae) is broader than expected from adult ecology. American journal of botany 99 : 1020–1032
  • 79. L. VINCENOT, K. NARA K., C. STHULTZ, J. LABBE, M.-P. DUBOIS, L. TEDERSOO, F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Extensive gene flow over Europe and possible speciation over Eurasia in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina complex. Molecular Ecology 21 : 281-299 (PDF)
  • 78. M.-A. SELOSSE, B. BOULLARD, D. RICHARDSON, 2011. Noël Bernard (1874-1911) : orchids to symbiosis in a dozen years, one century ago. Symbiosis 54 : 64-68 (PDF)
  • 77. T. YAGAME, T. ORIHARA, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. YAMATO, K. IWASE, 2011. Mixotrophy of Platanthera minor, an orchid associated with ectomycorrhiza-forming Ceratobasidiaceae fungi. New Phytologist 193 : 178–187 (PDF)
  • 76. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. ROUSSET, 2011. The plant-fungal marketplace. Science , 333 : 828-829. (PDF)
  • 75. P.-E. COURTY, F. WALDER, T. BOLLER, K. INEICHEN, A. WIEMKEN, M.-A. SELOSSE 2011. C and N metabolism in mycorrhizal networks and mycoheterotrophic plants of tropical forests : a stable isotope analysis. Plant Physiology , 156 : 952-961. (PDF)
  • 74. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2011. Morts d’amour : mitochondria are bacteria that sometimes become extinct through symbiosis. Trends in Microbiology , 19 : 255-256. (PDF)
  • 73. G. W. DOUHAN, L. VINCENOT, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2011. Population genetics of ectomycorrhizal fungi : from current knowledge to emerging directions. Fungal Biology , 115 : 569-597 (PDF)
  • 72. K. PRITSCH, M. ARIF ALI, J.-L. CHURIN, B. CLOUTIER-HURTEAU, P.- E. COURTY, C. DAMON, M. DUCHEMIN, S. EGLI, J. ERNST, F. KUHAR, L. FRAISSINET-TACHET, E. LEGNAME, R. MARMEISSE, A. MÜLLER, P. NIKOLOVA, M. PETER, C. PLASSARD, F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. SCHLOTER, A. FRANC, J. GARBAYE, 2011. Optimized assay and storage conditions for enzyme activity profiling of ectomycorrhizae. Mycorrhiza 21:589–600, sous presse. (PDF)
  • 71. E. DEFOSSEZ, C. DJIÉTO-LORDON, D. MCKEY, M.-A. SELOSSE, R. BLATRIX, 2010. Plant-ants feed their host plant, but above all a fungal symbiont. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B), sous presse. (PDF)
  • 70. F. RICHARD, M. ROY, O. SHAHIN, C. STHULTZ, M. DUCHEMIN, R. JOFFRE, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. Ectomycorrhizal communities in a Mediterranean forest ecosystem dominated by Quercus ilex : seasonal dynamics and response to drought in the surface organic horizon. Annals of Forest Sciences sous presse. 68:57–68 (PDF)
  • 69. H. MOTOMURA, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, A. KAGAWA, T. YUKAWA, 2010. Mycoheterotrophy evolved from mixotrophic ancestors : evidence in Cymbidium (Orchidaceae). Annals of Botany 106 : 573-581.(PDF)
  • 68. S. P. STOCK, S. R. BORDENSTEIN, J. ODDEN, D. OLDENBURG, W. REZNIKOFF, J. H. WERREN, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. Symbiosis instruction : considerations from the Education Workshop at the 6th ISS Congress. Symbiosis 51 : 67-73.(PDF)
  • 67. H. GOODRICH-BLAIR et 15 alii, 2010. Symbiosis research, technology, and education : Proceedings of the 6th International Symbiosis Society Congres held in Madison Wisconsin, USA, August 2009. Symbiosis 51 : 1-12.(PDF)
  • 66. B. SCHATZ, A. GEOFFROY, B. DAINAT, J.-M. BESSIÈRE, B. BUATOIS, M. HOSSAERT-MCKEY, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. A case study of modified interactions with symbionts in a hybrid mediterranean orchid. American Journal of Botany 97:1278-1288 (PDF)
  • 65. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. CAMERON. 2010. Introduction to a Virtual Special Issue on mycoheterotrophy : New Phytologist sheds light on non-green plants. New Phytologist 186 : 267-270.(PDF)
  • 64. M.-A. SELOSSE, P. BONFANTE. 2010. A glimpse into the past of land plants and of their mycorrhizal affairs : from fossils to evo-devo. New Phytologist 186 : 267-270 (PDF)
  • 63. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, B. A. PERRY, M. PADAMSEE, M. ROY, T. PAILLER. 2010. Saprotrophic fungal symbionts in tropical achlorophyllous orchids : Finding treasures among the ‘molecular scraps’ ? Plant Signaling & Behaviour 5 : 1-5.(PDF)
  • 62. A.G. DIÉDHIOU, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. DIABATE, B. DREYFUS, A. M. BÂ, S. M. DE FARIA, A. GALIANA, G. BÉNA, 2010. The patterns of ectomycorrhizal host specificity and 15N and 13C natural abundance of understorey and canopy trees in a tropical rain forest. Environmental Microbiology 12 : 2219-2232.(PDF)
  • 61. V. TRANCHIDA LOMBARDO, M. ROY, E. BUGOT, G. SANTORO, U. PUTTSEP, M.-A. SELOSSE, S. COZZOLINO, 2009. Spatial repartition and genetic relationship of green and non-photosynthetic individuals in mixed populations of Cephalanthera orchids. Plant Biology 12 : 659-667.(PDF)
  • 60. M.-L. DESPREZ-LOUSTAU, R. COURTECUISSE, C. ROBIN, C. HUSSON, P.-A. MOREAU, D. BLANCARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, B. LUNG-ESCARMANT, D. PIOU, I. SACHE, 2010. Species diversity and drivers of spread of alien fungi (sensu lato) in Europe with a particular focus on France. Biological Invasions 12:157–172.(PDF)
  • 59. F. MARTOS, M. DULORMNE, T. PAILLER, P. BONFANTE, A. FACCIO, J. FOURNEL, M.-P. DUBOIS, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Independent recruitment of saprotrophic fungi as mycorrhizal partners by tropical achlorophyllous orchids. New Phytologist 184 : 668-681.(PDF) Supplementary material(PDF)
  • 58. H. Æ. PEDERSEN, S. WATTHANA, M ROY, S. SUDDEE, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Cephalanthera exigua rediscovered : new insights in the taxonomy, habitat requirements and breeding system of a rare mycoheterotrophic orchid. Nordic Journal of Botany 27 : 460-468.(PDF)
  • 57. M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, N. ALVAREZ, 2009. Do Sebacinales commonly associate with plant roots as endophytes ? Mycological Research 113 : 1062–1069.(PDF)
  • 56. M. ROY, S. WATTHANA, F. RICHARD, S. VESSABUTR, M.-A. SELOSSE 2009. Mycoheterotrophic orchids from Thailand tropical dipterocarpacean forests associate with a broad diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi. BMC Biology 7 : 51.(PDF)
  • 55. R. BLATRIX, S. BOUAMER, S. MORAND, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Ant-plant mutualisms should be viewed as symbiotic communities. Plant Signaling & Behaviour 4 : 554-556.(PDF)
  • 54. I. ALEXANDER, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Mycorrhizas in tropical forest : a neglected research imperative. New Phytologist 182 : 14-16.(PDF)
  • 53. E. DEFOSSEZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, L. MONDOLOT L., A. FACCIO, S. MORAND, D. MCKEY, R. BLATRIX 2009. Ant-plants and fungi : a new threesome mutualism, and a new domestication of fungi by ants ? New Phytologist 182 : 942–949. (picture on the cover)(PDF)
  • 52. M.-A. SELOSSE, M. ROY. 2009. Green plants eating fungi : facts and questions about mixotrophy. Trends in Plant Sciences 14 : 64-70. (picture on the cover)(PDF)
  • 51. M. ROY, T. YAGAME, M. YAMATO, K. IWASE, C. HEINZ, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2009. Ectomycorrhizal Inocybe species associate with the mycoheterotrophic orchid Epipogium aphyllum but not its asexual propagules. Annals of Botany 104 : 595 – 610.(PDF)
  • 50. F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. GARDES, 2009. Facilitated establishment of Quercus ilex in shrub – dominated communities within a Mediterranean ecosystem : do mycorrhizal partners matter ? FEMS Microbial Ecology 68 : 14-24.(PDF)
  • 49. L. VINCENOT, L. TEDERSOO, F. RICHARD, H. HORCINE, U. KÕLJALG, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2008. Fungal associates of Pyrola rotundifolia, a mixotrophic Ericaceae, from two boreal forests. Mycorrhiza, 19:15–25.(PDF)
  • 48. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2008. The Laccaria genome : a symbiont blueprint decoded (Transley Review - introduction to a special issue). New Phytologist 180 : 296–310.(PDF)
  • 47. M. ROY, M.-P. DUBOIS, M. PROFFIT, L. VINCENOT, E. DESMARAIS, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Evidence from population genetics that the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina is an actual multi-host symbiont. Molecular Ecology 17 : 2825–2838.(PDF)
  • 46. TRANCHIDA LOMBARDO V., S. E. HOPKINS, M.-A. SELOSSE, S. COZZOLINO, D. L. TAYLOR, 2007. Isolation and characterization of new polymorphic microsatellite loci in the mixotrophic orchid Limodorum abortivum L. Swartz (Orchidaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 8 : 1117-1120(PDF)
  • 45. M.-A. SELOSSE, E. CHAUVET, M. VOHNIK, 2007. Out of rivers ? Aquatic fungi turn out to live as plant endophytes. New Phytologist 178 : 3–7.(PDF)
  • 44. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Renaissance des sciences du végétal à travers l’étude des pathogènes et des symbioses. Acta botanica Gallica 154 : 376.
  • 43. N. MONDIET, M.-A. SELOSSE, M-P DUBOIS, 2007. The enigmatic Squamanita odorata (Cool) Imbach ex Bas (Agaricales, Basidiomycetes) is parasitic on Hebeloma mesophaeum. Mycological Research 111 : 599-603.(PDF)
  • 42. M.-A. SELOSSE, S. SETARO, F. GLATARD, C. URCELAYAND, M. WEISS 2007. Sebacinales are common mycorrhizal associates of Ericaceae. New Phytologist 174 : 864-878.(PDF)
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  • 41. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Renaissance des sciences du végétal à travers l’étude des pathogènes et des symbioses. Acta botanica Gallica 154 : 376.
  • 40. M.-A. SELOSSE, C. SCHARDL, 2007. Grasses fungal endophytes : hybrids rescued by vertical transmission ? An evolutionary perspective. New Phytologist 173 : 452-458.(PDF)
  • 39. L. TEDERSOO, P. PELLET, U. KOLJALG, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Parallel evolutionary paths to mycoheterotrophy in understorey Ericaceae and Orchidaceae : ecological evidence for mixotrophy in Pyroleae. Oecologia 151 : 206-217.(PDF)
  • 38. J.-C. ABADIE, U. PUTTSEPP, G. GEBAUER, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2006. Cephalanthera longifolia (Neottieae, Orchidaceae) is mixotrophic : a comparative study between green and non-photosynthetic individuals. Canadian Journal of Botany 84 : 1462-1477.(PDF)
  • 37. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. RICHARD, X. HE, S.SIMARD, 2006. Mycorrhizal networks : les liaisons dangereuses. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11 : 621-628.(PDF)
  • 36. M. GIRLANDA, M.A. SELOSSE, D. CAFASSO, F. BRILLI, S. DELFINE, R. FABBIAN, S. GHIGNONE, P. PINELLI, R. SEGRETO, F. LORETO, S. COZZOLINO, S. PEROTTO, 2006. Inefficient photosynthesis in the Mediterranean orchid Limodorum abortivum (L.) Swartz is mirrored by specific association to ectomycorrhizal Russulaceae. Molecular Ecology 15 : 491–504.(PDF)
  • 35. K. EL KARKOURI, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. MOUSAIN, 2006. Molecular markers detecting an ectomycorrhizal Suillus collinitus strain on Pinus halepensis roots suggest successful inoculation and persistence in Mediterranean nursery and plantation. FEMS Microbial Ecology 55 : 146-158.(PDF)
  • 34. F. RICHARD, S. MILLOT, M. GARDES, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Diversity and structuration by hosts of the below-ground mycorrhizal community in an old-growth Mediterranean forest dominated by Quercus ilex L. New Phytologist, 166 : 1011–1023(PDF)
  • 33. T. JULOU, B. BURGHARDT, G. GEBAUER, D. BERVILLER, C. DAMESIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Mixotrophy in orchids : insights from a comparative study of green individuals and non-photosynthetic mutants of Cephalanthera damasonium. New Phytologist 166 : 639-653.(PDF)
  • 32. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Are liverworts imitating mycorrhizas ? New Phytologist 165 : 345-349.(PDF)
  • 31. F. RICHARD, P.-A. MOREAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. GARDES 2004. Diversity and fruiting patterns of ectomycorrhizal and saprobic fungi in an old-growth Mediterranean forest dominated by Quercus ilex L. Canadian Journal of Botany 82 : 1711-1729.(PDF)
  • 30. M. WEISS,M.-A. SELOSSE, K.-H. REXER, A. URBAN, F. OBERWINCKLER, 2004. Sebacinales : a hitherto overlooked cosm of heterobasidiomycetes with a broad mycorrhizal potential. Mycological Research 108:1003-1010.(PDF)
  • 29. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, E. BAUDOUIN, P. VANDENKOORNHUYSE, 2004. Symbiotic microorganisms, a key for ecological success and protection of plants. Comptes-rendus Biologies 327 : 639-648.(PDF)
  • 28. M.-A. SELOSSE, G. SCAPPATICCI, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, 2004. Chlorophyllous and achlorophyllous specimens of Epipactis microphylla (Neottieae, Orchidaceae) are associated with ectomycorrhizal septomycetes, including truffles. Microbial Ecology 47 : 416-426.(PDF)
  • 27. M.-A. SELOSSE, G. DURRIEU, 2003. Une classification mycologique phylogénétique francophone (en 2003). Acta Botanica Gallica 151 : 73-102.(PDF)
  • 26. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2003. Founder effect in a young Leccinum duriusculum (Schultzer) Singer population. Mycorrhiza 13 : 143-149.(PDF)
  • 25. J. WEBER, J. DIEZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. TAGU, F. LE TACON, 2002. SCAR markers to detect mycorrhizas of an American Laccaria bicolor strain inoculated in Douglas-fir plantations. Mycorrhiza 12 : 19-27.(PDF)
  • 24. M.-A. SELOSSE, M. WEISS, J.-L. JANY, A. TILLIE, 2002. Communities and populations of sebacinoid basidiomycetes associated with the achlorophyllous orchid Neottia nidus-avis (L.) L.C.M. Rich. and neighbouring tree ectomycorrhizae. Molecular Ecology 11, 1831-1844.(PDF)
  • 23. M.-A. SELOSSE, R. BAUER, B. MOYERSOEN, 2002. Basal hymenomycetes belonging to the Sebacinaceae are ectomycorrhizal on temperate deciduous trees in silva : microscopic and molecular evidence. New Phytologist 155 : 183-195.(PDF)
  • 22. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2002. Prototaxites : a 400 Myr old giant fossil, a saprophytic holobasidiomycete or a lichen ? Mycological Research 106 : 642-644.(PDF)
  • 21. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 2001. Intraspecific variation in fruiting phenology in an ectomycorrhizal Laccaria spp. population under Douglas fir. Mycological Research 108 : 524-531.(PDF)
  • 20. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, B. ALBERT, B. GODELLE, 2001. Organelle genome evolution (a reply). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16 : 490.(PDF)
  • 19. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, B. ALBERT, B. GODELLE, 2001. Small is successful : selection for reducing organelle’s genome size favours gene transfer to the nucleus. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16 : 135-141.(PDF)
  • 18. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2001. Adding pieces to fungal mosaics. New Phytologist 149 : 159-162.(PDF)
  • 17. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2001. Avancées récentes dans l’étude des communautés et des populations ectomycorhiziennes. Lejeunia 165 : 1-108.(PDF)
  • 16. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. BOUCHARD, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 2000. Survival after outplanting and effect of two Laccaria bicolor strains inoculated on Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 : 360-371.(PDF)
  • 15. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2000. Un exemple de symbiose algue-invertébré à Belle-Isle-en-Mer : la planaire Convoluta roscoffensis et la prasinophycée Tetraselmis convolutae. Acta botanica Gallica 147 : 323-331.
  • 14. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1999. Structure and dynamic of artificially introduced and naturally occurring Laccaria sp. discrete genotypes in a European Douglas fir plantation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 : 2006-2014.(PDF)
  • 13. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. LE TACON, 1999. The nuclear ribosomal DNA intergenic spacers of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor : structural analysis and intraspecific polymorphisms. Microbiology UK 145 : 1605-1611.(PDF)
  • 12. H. GHERBI, C. DELARUELLE, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 1999. High diversity in a population of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina in a 150 year old beech forest. Molecular Ecology 8 : 2003-2013.(PDF)
  • 11. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1998. Survival of an introduced ectomycorrhizal Laccaria bicolor strain in an European forest plantation confirmed by mitochondrial analysis. New Phytologist 140 : 753-761.(PDF)
  • 10. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, F. LE TACON, 1998. The land flora : a phototroph-fungus partnership ? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13:15–20.(PDF)
  • 09. S. ORLOWSKI, M.-A. SELOSSE, C. BOUDON, L.M. MIR, J. BELEHRADEK, M. GARRIGOS, 1998. Effects of detergents on the P-glycoprotein ATPase activity : differences in perturbations of basal and verapamil-dependent activities. Cancer Biochemistry & Biophysics 16 : 85-110.
  • 08. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, C. DI BATTISTA, H. GHERBI, C. DELARUELLE, D. VAIRELLES, D. BOUCHARD, F. LE TACON, 1998. Molecular markers in ecology of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Genetic, Selection and Evolution 30 : S333-S355.(PDF)
  • 07. F. LE TACON, C. DI BATTISTA, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 1998. Molecular diversity studies on mycorrhizal associations in trees. In : Recent Advances in Biotechnology for Tree Conservation and Management pp. 290-307.(PDF)
  • 06. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. JACQUOT, D. BOUCHARD, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1997. Temporal persistence and spatial distribution of an American inoculant strain of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor in French plantations. Molecular Ecology 7 : 561-574.(PDF)
  • 05. M.-A. SELOSSE, C. DI BATTISTA, G. COSTA, F. LE TACON, F. MARTIN, 1996. Segregation and recombination of ribosomal haplotypes in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor monitored by PCR and heteroduplex analysis. Current Genetics 30 : 332-337.(PDF)
  • 04. C. DI BATTISTA, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. BOUCHARD, E. STENSTROM, F. LE TACON, 1996. Variation in symbiotic efficiency, phenotypic characters and ploidy level among different isolates of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor strain S238. Mycological Research 100 : 1315-1324.(PDF)
  • 03. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, F. LE TACON, 1995. Les associations mutualistes entre champignons et phototrophes : leur diversité et leur rôle dans la colonisation du milieu terrestre. Cryptogamie (Mycologie) 16 : 1-43.
  • 02. [R] F. LE TACON, M.-A. SELOSSE, 1994. La place des symbioses mycorhiziennes dans l’évolution de la colonisation des continents par la vie. Acta botanica Gallica 141 : 405-419. (PDF)
  • 01. M.-A. SELOSSE, 1993. Géologie de Belle-Ile en Mer. Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de l’Ouest de la France 15 : 81-105.

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