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L'UMR AMAP est une unité interdisciplinaire qui travaille à l'acquisition de connaissances fondamentales sur les plantes et les végétations dans le but de prévoir la réponse des écosystèmes aux forçages environnementaux, en termes de distribution/conservation des espèces et de la biodiversité, production des cultures agronomiques, stockage du carbone dans la biomasse végétale, protection de l'environnement et des services écosystèmiques.

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20/11/2018
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Effects of grazing pressure on plant species composition and water presence on bofedales in the Andes mountain range of Bolivia
Cochi Machaca N., Condori B., Rojas Pardo A., Anthelme F., Meneses R. I., Weeda C. E., Perotto-Baldivieso H. L. 2018. Effects of grazing pressure on plant species composition and water presence on bofedales in the Andes mountain range of Bolivia. Mires and Peat, 21: 1-15.

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20/11/2018
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Plant height and hydraulic vulnerability to drought and cold
Olson M. E., Soriano D., Rosell J. A., Anfodillo T., Donoghue M. J., Edwards E. J., León-Gómez C., Dawson T., Camarero Martínez J. J., Castorena M., Echeverría A., Espinosa C. I., Fajardo A., Gazol A., Isnard S., Lima R. S., Marcati C. R., Méndez-Alonzo R. 2018. Plant height and hydraulic vulnerability to drought and cold. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115 (29): 7551-7556.

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15/11/2018
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Letters to the twenty-first century botanist. Second series: “what is a seed?” – 3. How did we get there? Palaeobotany sheds light on the emergence of seed
Meyer-Berthaud B., Gerrienne P., Prestianni C. 2018. Letters to the twenty-first century botanist. Second series: “what is a seed?” – 3. How did we get there? Palaeobotany sheds light on the emergence of seed. Botany Letters, 165 (3-4): 434-439.

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15/11/2018
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Dry-season decline in tree sapflux is correlated with leaf turgor loss point in a tropical rainforest
Maréchaux I., Bonal D., Bartlett M. K., Burban B., Coste S., Courtois E. A., Dulormne M., Goret J.-Y., Mira E., Mirabel A., Sack L., Stahl C., Chave J. 2018. Dry-season decline in tree sapflux is correlated with leaf turgor loss point in a tropical rainforest. Functional Ecology, 32 (10): 2285-2297.

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15/11/2018
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Ecological mechanisms and phylogeny shape invertebrate stoichiometry: a test using detritus-based communities across Central and South America
González A. L., Céréghino R., Dézerald O., Farjalla V. F., Leroy C., et al. 2018. Ecological mechanisms and phylogeny shape invertebrate stoichiometry: a test using detritus-based communities across Central and South America. Functional Ecology, 32 (10): 2448-2463.

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