Suivre
Françoise Hennion
Françoise Hennion
CNRS UMR Ecobio
Adresse e-mail validée de univ-rennes1.fr - Page d'accueil
Titre
Citée par
Citée par
Année
Involvement of polyamines in root development at low temperature in the subantarctic cruciferous species Pringlea antiscorbutica
I Hummel, I Couée, A El Amrani, J Martin‐Tanguy, F Hennion
Journal of Experimental Botany 53 (373), 1463-1473, 2002
972002
Abiotic stressors and stress responses: What commonalities appear between species across biological organization levels?
C Sulmon, J Van Baaren, F Cabello-Hurtado, G Gouesbet, F Hennion, ...
Environmental Pollution 202, 66-77, 2015
892015
Subcellular compartmentation of proline in the leaves of the subantarctic Kerguelen cabbage Pringlea antiscorbutica R. Br. In vivo13C‐NMR study
S Aubert, F Hennion, A Bouchereau, E Gout, R Bligny, AJ Dorne
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (3), 255-259, 1999
791999
Involvement of polyamines in the interacting effects of low temperature and mineral supply on Pringlea antiscorbutica (Kerguelen cabbage) seedlings
I Hummel, A El Amrani, G Gouesbet, F Hennion, I Couée
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (399), 1125-1134, 2004
592004
Explaining the disjunct distributions of austral plants: the roles of Antarctic and direct dispersal routes
RC Winkworth, F Hennion, A Prinzing, SJ Wagstaff
Journal of Biogeography 42 (7), 1197-1209, 2015
352015
Endemic species have highly integrated phenotypes, environmental distributions and phenotype–environment relationships
M Hermant, A Prinzing, P Vernon, P Convey, F Hennion
Journal of Biogeography 40 (8), 1583-1594, 2013
342013
Evolution and biogeography of Lyallia and Hectorella (Portulacaceae), geographically isolated sisters from the Southern Hemisphere
SJ Wagstaff, F Hennion
Antarctic Science 19 (4), 417-426, 2007
342007
Physiological traits of organisms in a changing environment
F Hennion, AHL Huiskes, S Robinson, P Convey
Trends in Antarctic terrestrial and limnetic ecosystems, 129-159, 2006
312006
Amines of the subantarctic crucifer Pringlea antiscorbutica are responsive to temperature conditions
F Hennion, J Martin‐Tanguy
Physiologia Plantarum 109 (3), 232-243, 2000
312000
Ecology and seed morphology of endemic species from Kerguelen phytogeographic zone
F Hennion, DWH Walton
Polar Biology 18 (4), 229-235, 1997
311997
Specialists leave fewer descendants within a region than generalists
WA Ozinga, A Colles, IV Bartish, F Hennion, SM Hennekens, S Pavoine, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (2), 213-222, 2013
302013
Disparate relatives: life histories vary more in genera occupying intermediate environments
M Hermant, F Hennion, IV Bartish, B Yguel, A Prinzing
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 14 (4), 283-301, 2012
292012
Seed germination of endemic species from Kerguelen phytogeographic zone
F Hennion, DWH Walton
Polar Biology 17 (2), 180-187, 1997
271997
Characterization of environmental stress responses during early development of Pringlea antiscorbutica in the field at Kerguelen
I Hummel, F Quemmerais, G Gouesbet, A El Amrani, Y Frenot, F Hennion, ...
New phytologist 162 (3), 705-715, 2004
252004
Phylogeny and colonization history of Pringlea antiscorbutica (Brassicaceae), an emblematic endemic from the South Indian Ocean Province
IV Bartish, A Aïnouche, D Jia, D Bergstrom, SL Chown, RC Winkworth, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65 (2), 748-756, 2012
232012
The instrumental period
B Adams, R Arthern, A Atkinson, C Barbante, R Bargagli, D Bergstrom, ...
Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. A contribution to the …, 2009
222009
Benefits from living together? Clades whose species use similar habitats may persist as a result of eco‐evolutionary feedbacks
A Prinzing, WA Ozinga, M Brändle, PE Courty, F Hennion, C Labandeira, ...
New Phytologist 213 (1), 66-82, 2017
202017
Long-lasting modification of soil fungal diversity associated with the introduction of rabbits to a remote sub-Antarctic archipelago
J Pansu, RC Winkworth, F Hennion, L Gielly, P Taberlet, P Choler
Biology letters 11 (9), 20150408, 2015
192015
Breeding system of the subantarctic plant species Pringlea antiscorbutica R. Br. and search for potential insect pollinators in the Kerguelen Islands
A Schermann-Legionnet, F Hennion, P Vernon, A Atlan
Polar Biology 30 (9), 1183-1193, 2007
192007
Temperature‐dependent changes of amine levels during early seedling development of the cold‐adapted subantarctic crucifer Pringlea antiscorbutica
M Dufeu, J Martin‐Tanguy, F Hennion
Physiologia Plantarum 118 (2), 164-172, 2003
192003
Le système ne peut pas réaliser cette opération maintenant. Veuillez réessayer plus tard.
Articles 1–20