Publications & Communications

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Publications

    2017

16-Jacob S, Legrand D, Chaine AS, Bonte D, Schtickzelle N, Huet M, Clobert J. 2017.  Gene flow favours local adaptation under habitat choice in ciliate microcosmsNature Ecology and Evolution. 1, 269

15- Leclaire S, Jacob S, Greene LK, Dubay GR, Drea CM. 2017Social odors covary with bacterial community in the anal secretions of wild meerkatsScientific Reports. 7, 3240

14- Bestion E, Jacob S, Zinger L, Di Gesu L, Richard M, White J, Cote J. 2017Climate warming reduecs gut microbiota diversity in a vertebrate ectothermNature Ecology and Evolution. 1, 0161

13- Cote J, Bestion E, Jacob S, Travis J, Legrand D, Baguette M. 2017Evolution of dispersal strategies and dispersal syndromes in fragmented landscapesEcography.40, 56-73

    2016

12- Jacob S, Wehi P, Clobert J, Legrand D, Schtickzelle N, Huet M, Chaine AS. 2016Cooperation-mediated plasticity in dispersal and colonizationEvolution. 70, 2336-2345.

11- Vaugoyeau M et al. 2016. Intraspecific variation in the relationship between clutch size, laying date and intensity of urbanisation in four species of hole-nesting birdsEcology and Evolution. 6, 5907-5920.

10- Jacob S, Clobert J, Legrand D, Schtickzelle N, Chaine AS. 2016. Social information in cooperation and dispersal in Tetrahymena. pp 235-252 In Witzany & Nowacki (Eds) Biocommunication of Ciliates. Springer International Publishing

 

    2015

9- Jacob S, Bestion E, Legrand D, Clobert J, Cote J. 2015. Habitat matching and spatial heterogeneity of phenotypes: implications for metapopulation and metacommunity functioning. Evolutionary Ecology. 29, 851-871.

8- Jacob S, Chaine AS, Schtickzelle N, Huet M, Clobert J. 2015. Social information from immigrants: multiple immigrant-based sources of information for dispersal decisions in a ciliate. Journal of Animal Ecology. 84, 1373-1383. Link

Research highlight: CNRS-INEE

7- Jacob S, Parthuisot N, Vallat A, Ramon Portugal F, Helfenstein F, Heeb P. 2015. Microbiome affects egg carotenoid investment, nestling development and adult oxidative costs of reproduction in Great tits. Functional Ecology. 29, 1048-1058. Link

Research highlight: TULIP

 

    2014

6- Jacob S, Colmas L, Parthuisot N, Heeb P. 2014. Do feather degrading bacteria actually degrade feather colour? No significant effects of plumage microbiome modifications on feather colouration in wild Great tits. Naturwissenschaften. 101, 929-938. Link

5- Møller AP et al. 2014Variation in clutch size in relation to nest size in birds. Ecology and Evolution. 4, 3583-3595. Link

4- Jacob S, Immer A, Leclaire S, Parthuisot N, Ducamp C, Espinasse G, Heeb P. 2014. Uropygial gland size and composition varies according to experimentally modified microbiome in Great titsBMC Evolutionary Biology. 14: 134.   Link

Research highlights: TULIPCNRS-INEELaDepeche

3- Møller AP et al. 2014. Clutch size variation in Western Palearctic secondary hole-nesting passerine birds in relation to nest box design. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5, 353-362.   Link

 

    2013

2- Jacob S, Heeb P. 2013 Mouth color components of begging are dynamic signals of quality in European starling nestlings. Journal of Avian Biology. 44, 39-44.   Link

 

    2011

1- Jacob S, Rieucau G, Heeb P. 2011 Multimodal begging signals reflect independent indices of nestling condition in European starlings. Behavioral Ecology. 22, 1249-1255.    Link

 

 

Communications 

    2015

Jacob S, Wehi P, Clobert J, Legrand D, Schtickzelle N, Huet M, Chaine AS. Cooperation mediates density-dependent dispersal and colonization efficiency. ESEB 2015, Lausanne, Switzerland (Poster)

    2014

Jacob S, Chaine AS, Schtickzelle N, Huet M, Clobert J. Multiple sources of immigrant informed dispersal in a ciliate. Workshop Microcosms & Dispersal, Moulis, France (Talk)

Jacob S, Immer A., Leclaire S., Parthuisot N., Ducamp C., Espinasse G., Heep P. Uropygial gland size and composition varies according to experimentally modified microbiome in Great tits. Signalization, Information and Chemistry 2014, Toulouse, France (Talk)

Jacob S. Host-microbiome interactions in the Great tit. Parus workshop 2014, Moulis, France (Talk)

    2013

Jacob S. Microbiome, communication and reproduction: host-microbiome interactions in the Great tit. PhD defence. Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France (Talk)

Jacob S, Parthuisot N., Vallat A., Helfenstein F., Heeb P. Microbiome mediates oxidative costs of reproduction in great tits. MicrobioToul 2013, Toulouse, France (Talk)

Jacob S, Parthuisot N., Vallat A., Helfenstein F., Heeb P. Microbiome mediates oxidative costs of reproduction in great tits. ESEB 2013, Lisbon, Portugal (Talk)

    2012

Jacob S, Parthuisot N., Heeb P. Modification of nest based microbial communities lead to changes in antimicrobial defences in great tits (Parus major). ISBE 2012, Lund, Sweden (Talk)                                                                
(Supported by a ISBE Travel Grant)

    2011

Jacob S, Heeb P. Strategic changes of dynamic reflectance components in European starling nestlings. PPD 2011, Toulouse (Talk)

Jacob S, Rieucau G, Heeb P. Multimodal begging signals reflect independent indices of nestling conditon in European starlings. ESEB 2011, Tübingen (Talk)
(Supported by a SEVAB Travel Grant)

    2010

Jacob S, Rieucau G, Heeb P. Multiple begging signals can provide parents with independent informations of nestling conditon in European starlings. SEVAB, Toulouse, France (Poster)
(Award for the best poster)

Jacob S, Rieucau G, Heeb P. Multiple begging signals can provide parents with independent informations of nestling conditon in European starlings. JET 2010, Toulouse, France (Talk)

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