Jean David
Jean David
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Historical Biogeography of the Drosophila melanogaster Species Subgroup
D Lachaise, ML Cariou, JR David, F Lemeunier, L Tsacas, M Ashburner
Evolutionary biology, 159-225, 1988
6371988
Genetic variation of Drosophila melanogaster natural populations
JR David, P Capy
Trends in Genetics 4 (4), 106-111, 1988
5411988
Ecophysiology: abiotic factors
JR David, R Allemand, J Herrewege, Y Cohet
Genetics and biology of Drosophila, 1983
2731983
Cold adaptation in geographical populations of Drosophila melanogaster: phenotypic plasticity is more important than genetic variability
A Ayrinhac, V Debat, P Gibert, AG Kister, H Legout, B Moreteau, ...
Functional Ecology, 700-706, 2004
2272004
CHILL‐COMA TOLERANCE, A MAJOR CLIMATIC ADAPTATION AMONG DROSOPHILA SPECIES
P Gibert, B Moreteau, G Pétavy, D Karan, JR David
Evolution 55 (5), 1063-1068, 2001
2162001
Similarities and differences in latitudinal adaptation of two Drosophila sibling species
JR David, C BOCQUET
Nature 257 (5527), 588-590, 1975
2131975
VARIATIONS IN CUTICULAR HYDROCARBONS AMONG THE EIGHT SPECIES OF THE DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER SUBGROUP
JM Jallon, JR David
Evolution 41 (2), 294-302, 1987
2091987
Phenotypic and genetic variability of morphometrical traits in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster and D simulans. I. Geographic variations
P Capy, E Pla, JR David
Genetics Selection Evolution 25 (6), 517-536, 1993
2081993
Reaction norms of size characters in relation to growth temperature in Drosophila melanogaster: an isofemale lines analysis
JR David, B Moreteau, JP Gauthier, G Pétavy, A Stockel, AG Imasheva
Genetics Selection Evolution 26 (3), 1-23, 1994
1971994
PHYLOGENETIC CONSTRAINTS IN KEY FUNCTIONAL TRAITS BEHIND SPECIES’CLIMATE NICHES: PATTERNS OF DESICCATION AND COLD RESISTANCE ACROSS 95 DROSOPHILA SPECIES
V Kellermann, V Loeschcke, AA Hoffmann, TN Kristensen, C Fløjgaard, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (11), 3377-3389, 2012
1952012
Isofemale lines in Drosophila: an empirical approach to quantitative trait analysis in natural populations
JR David, P Gibert, H Legout, G Pétavy, P Capy, B Moreteau
Heredity 94 (1), 3-12, 2005
1922005
A new medium for rearing Drosophila in axenic conditions
J David
Drosophila Information Service 36, 128, 1962
1791962
Host-plant specialization in the Drosophila melanogaster species complex: a physiological, behavioral, and genetical analysis
S R'kha, P Capy, JR David
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (5), 1835-1839, 1991
1671991
The genetics and biology of Drosophila
G Lefevre, M Ashburner, E Novitski
1A, Academic Press, New York, 36, 1976
1571976
THE REPRODUCTIVE RELATIONSHIPS OF DROSOPHILA SECHELLIA WITH D. MAURITIANA, D. SIMULANS, AND D. MELANOGASTER FROM THE …
D Lachaise, JR David, F Lemeunier, L Tsacas, M Ashburner
Evolution 40 (2), 262-271, 1986
1501986
Allometric and nonallometric components of Drosophila wing shape respond differently to developmental temperature
V Debat, M Béagin, H Legout, JR David
Evolution 57 (12), 2773-2784, 2003
1492003
Adaptive response due to changes in gene regulation: a study with Drosophila
JF McDonald, GK Chambers, J David, FJ Ayala
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 74 (10), 4562-4566, 1977
1451977
Interaction entre le génotype et le milieu d’élevage. Conséquences sur les caractéristiques du développement de la Drosophile
JR David, MF Clavel
Bull. Biol. Fr. Belg 99, 369-378, 1965
1451965
Viability and rate of development at different temperatures in Drosophila: a comparison of constant and alternating thermal regimes
G Petavy, JR David, P Gibert, B Moreteau
Journal of thermal biology 26 (1), 29-39, 2001
1402001
Etude quantitative du développement de la Drosophile élevée en milieu axénique
J David
Bull. Biol. Fr. Belg 93 (4), 1959
1311959
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