Ouvrages publiés en collaboration (1)

  1. 1. Bignell, D. E., Roisin, Y., & Lo, N. (2011). Biology of termites: A Modern synthesis. doi:10.1007/978-90-481-3977-4
  2.   Parties d'ouvrages collectifs (7)

  3. 1. Roisin, Y., Bourguignon, T., & Leponce, M. (2013). Nutrient recycling starts in the canopy: the secretive action of termites. In M. Lowman, S. Devy, & T. Ganesh (Eds.), Treetops at Risk: Challenges of Global Canopy Ecology and Conservation (pp. 415-421). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7161-5_44
  4. 2. Roisin, Y., & Korb, J. (2011). Social organisation and the status of workers in termites. In D. E. Bignell, Y. Roisin, & N. Lo (Eds.), Biology of Termites: A Modern Synthesis (pp. 133-164). Dordrecht: Springer SBM. doi:10.1007/978-90-481-3977-4_6
  5. 3. Roisin, Y., Corbara, B., Delsinne, T., Orivel, J., & Leponce, M. (2011). Termites in Santo: lessons from a survey in the Penaoru area. In P. Bouchet, H. Le Guyader, & O. Pascal (Eds.), The Natural History of Santo (pp. 128-130). Paris: Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle – IRD – Pro-Natura International.(Patrimoines Naturels, 70).
  6. 4. Roisin, Y. (2006). Life history, life types and caste evolution in termites. In V. E. Kipyatkov (Ed.), Life cycles in social insects: behaviour, ecology and evolution (pp. 85-95). St. Petersburg, Russia: St. Petersburg University Press.
  7. 5. Roisin, Y. (2000). Diversity and evolution of caste patterns. In T. Abe, D. E. Bignell, & M. Higashi (Eds.), Termites: evolution, sociality, symbioses, ecology (pp. 95-119). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  8. 6. Roisin, Y. (1993). Selective pressures on pleometrosis and secondary polygyny: a comparison of termites and ants. In L. Keller (Ed.), Queen number and sociality in insects (pp. 402-421). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  9. 7. Roisin, Y. (1987). Polygyny in Nasutitermes species: field data and theoretical approaches. In J. Pasteels & J.-L. Deneubourg (Eds.), From individual to collective behavior in social insects (pp. 379-404). Basel, Switzerland: Birkhäuser Verlag.(Experientia suppl., 54).
  10.   Articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture (161)

  11. 1. Araujo, N. D. S., Hellemans, S., Roisin, Y., Fournier, D., et al. (2023). Transcriptomic profiling of castes and of sexually and parthenogenetically produced reproductive females in the termite Cavitermes tuberosus. Entomologia experimentalis et applicata.
  12. 2. Arora, J., Kinjo, Y., Šobotník, J., Buček, A., Clitheroe, C.-L., Stiblik, P., Roisin, Y., Žifčáková, L., Park, Y. C., Kim, K. Y., Sillam-Dussès, D., Hervé, V., Lo, N., Tokuda, G., Brune, A., & Bourguignon, T. (2022). The functional evolution of termite gut microbiota. Microbiome, 10(1), 78. doi:10.1186/s40168-022-01258-3
  13. 3. Hellemans, S., Šobotník, J., Lepoint, G., Mihaljevič, M., Roisin, Y., & Bourguignon, T. (2022). Termite dispersal is influenced by their diet. Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological sciences, 289(1975). doi:10.1098/rspb.2022.0246
  14. 4. Buček, A., Wang, M., Šobotník, J., Hellemans, S., Sillam-Dussès, D., Mizumoto, N., Stiblik, P., Clitheroe, C.-L., Lu, T., González Plaza, J. J., Mohagan, A., Rafanomezantsoa, J. J., Fisher, B. B., Engel, M. M., Roisin, Y., Evans, T. A., Scheffrahn, R. H., & Bourguignon, T. (2022). Molecular Phylogeny Reveals the Past Transoceanic Voyages of Drywood Termites (Isoptera, Kalotermitidae). Molecular biology and evolution, 39(5), msac093. doi:10.1093/molbev/msac093

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