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Lodé, Thierry

Overview
Works: 20 works in 41 publications in 2 languages and 409 library holdings
Genres: Juvenile works 
Roles: Author, Author of afterword, colophon, etc., Thesis advisor, Other
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Most widely held works by Thierry Lodé
Cours de génétique des populations by Thierry Lodé( Book )

3 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 84 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les stratégies de reproduction des animaux : l'aventure évolutive de la sexualité by Thierry Lodé( Book )

2 editions published in 2001 in French and held by 72 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La guerre des sexes chez les animaux une histoire naturelle de la sexualité by Thierry Lodé( Book )

8 editions published between 2006 and 2011 in French and held by 66 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Une description des stratégies féroces et des bizarreries amoureuses qui existent dans le monde animal. L'auteur propose une théorie selon laquelle l'histoire naturelle de la sexualité pourrait être l'histoire de tentatives, de trêves, de reprises d'hostilités entre les deux sexes que tout sépare et que tout conduit à réunir inévitablement
Manifeste pour une écologie évolutive : Darwin, et après ? by Thierry Lodé( Book )

3 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pourquoi les animaux trichent et se trompent les infidélités de l'évolution by Thierry Lodé( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La biodiversité amoureuse sexe et évolution by Thierry Lodé( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Atlas des mammifères terrestres de Loire-Atlantique by Marie-Charlotte Saint Girons( Book )

5 editions published in 1988 in French and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abolir la prison : l'indispensable réforme pénale by Tony Ferri( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Amours animales by Thierry Lodé( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les comportements amoureux des animaux sont expliqués aux jeunes lecteurs. Parmi les animaux choisis se trouvent le lièvre blanc, le tatou, le phoque, le paradisier, la mante religieuse, l'escargot, le triton, le paon, le scarabée, le cerf, la lionne, le faisan, le renard roux, le manchot, l'éléphant de mer, le crapaud, le rhinocéros, le dauphin, le putois, l'oie, les fauves, etc
Structure des populations sur un réseau hydrographique dendritique by Audrey Chaput-Bardy( Book )

2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

River networks are characterised by a hierarchical branching structure and spatio-temporal heterogeneity. Indeed, longitudinal (physico-chemical parameters, water flow), lateral (connectivity between the main course and secondary channels) and time dimensions (seasonal variations) influence habitat heterogeneity. These variations in environmental parameters are gradual along branches (physico-chemical gradients) or discrete between branches (habitat heterogeneity) of the river network. Then landscape structure influences distribution, dispersal and gene flow of freshwater organisms. This work aimed to test (i) the effect of river network geometry on dispersal and gene flow, and (ii) the effect of environmental variations on distribution and phenotypic traits related to dispersal. We used empirical and theoretical approaches by studying a damselfly species, Calopteryx splendens (Odonata: Zygoptera) across the River Loire and fitting an individual based-model to simulate gene flow in synthetic river networks. Then we showed a discontinuous distribution of individuals along watercourses and a morphological cline across the Loire River. This cline was due to physico-chemical characteristics of water. Morphological variations did not influence dispersal abilities but affected survival. Survival and densities were the main factors influencing dispersal in C. splendens. Genetical analyses showed an isolation by distance pattern and a strong genetic structure, but no genetic groups were defined in the catchment. These results can be explained by overland gene flow between watercourses and a metapopulation structure at the catchment scale. This is the first study performed in a large river network in environmental conditions. Furthermore we realised the Gene-Net software to test the effects of the river network on population genetic structure of freshwater organisms
Etude de la bio-écologie des névroptères dans une perspective de lutte biologique par conservation relations entre l'environnement des cultures de choux (végétation et structure paysagère) et l'abondance, la distribution et le comportement by Johanna Villenave( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dans l'optique de lutte biologique par conservation, les conditions de maintien des Névroptères, insectes aphidophages, ont été étudiées dans les agroécosystèmes de l'Ouest de la France. Des inventaires ont montré que leur abondance et leur richesse spécifique sont liées à leur habitat : elles sont en fonction des strates végétales et de la structure paysagère à l'échelle de l'exploitation. Des études en laboratoire ont permis de préciser l'adaptation aux températures basses de l'hémérobe Micromus angulatus, lui conférant un intérêt en lutte biologique par sa longue période d'activité. L'analyse du contenu des tubes digestifs des adultes des espèces du complexe Chrysoperla carnea a permis de vérifier qu'il existe trois types de vols : migration, préoviposition et dispersion. Des déplacements nycthéméraux et saisonniers entre divers types d'habitats sont ainsi nécessaires pour effectuer leur cycle de vie au sein des agroécosystèmes ou entre eux
Dynamique des relations trophiques de Mustela putorius et de ses proies signification adaptative des variabilités interindividuelles des stratégies de prédation by Thierry Lodé( Book )

1 edition published in 1989 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les travaux effectués entre 1984 et 1988 tentent de caractériser la dynamique des stratégies de co-existence prédateur-proies à partir du suivi régulier et simultané de 12 sites différents. Ces travaux montrent que le putois présente d'importantes variations de son régime alimentaire composé pour l'essentiel de surmulots, de micro-rongeurs et d'amphibiens. Cette dernière catégorie est surtout représentée au printemps. Les fluctuations saisonnières témoignent d'une synchronie remarquable entre l'exploitation des ressources et leur disponibilité dans le milieu. La plasticité du comportement prédateur est aussi mise en évidence par la variabilité de l'alimentation selon le site. Les domaines vitaux couvrent une cinquantaine d'hectares exploités de manière très sélective qui se traduit par une fréquentation intensive de secteurs à haute valeur trophique, notamment les haies et les marais. La femelle nourrit ses jeunes de proies présentant le meilleur bilan énergétique sans que ce nourrissage spécialisé n'induise par la suite une forme de dépendance. L'existence à chacun des niveaux étudiés de liaisons multiples illustre la plasticité du comportement prédateur du putois. L'exploitation de ressources soudainement disponibles et localement abondantes entraine une rotation de l'utilisation du domaine vital et le développement d'une tactique de spécialisations successives qui traduit un opportunisme remarquable
Mode d'utilisation du milieu fragmenté par une espèce forestière aux habitudes discrètes by Vincent Pereboom( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The destruction of forests, a main issue in biological conservation, is one of the greatest threat in biodiversity worldwide. In Europe and North America, however, the maintenance of populations is put in jeopardy by the destruction of trees outside of forests and hedgerows. In order to acquire new insights in the impact of habitat fragmentation, I chose a species regarded as forest specialist and recognised as vulnerable to forest degradation, the Pine marten Martes martes, as a model. I studied habitat and corridor use by Pine martens by radio-tracking 24 martens in France on two different sites. The marten was shown as being a species not dependant on old growth forest, as was previously considered, but instead on the presence of trees in the close vicinity, be they forest groves or hedgerows
Les complexes hybridogénétiques des grenouilles vertes méridionales identification, distribution et adaptation à la temporarité (rana perezi-rana kl. grafi) by Daf Ould Sehla( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The ecology of the"southernmost" green frogs was studied by comparing the life history traits, which were found to be positively related to the fitness of the tadpoles. This research project mainly consisted of 1) the genetic identification of frogs, 2) the evaluation of the contribution of morphometry in the morphological identification and the analyses of these limits, 3) the geographic distribution of five taxa (R. ridibunda, R. lessonae, R. perezi, R. kl. esculenta R. kl. grafi) in the south of France by studying 9 populations and 4) the study of the local processes of adaptation. The protein electrophoresis allowed the taxonomic identification of the frogs (specific allozymic markers) and the presence of new alleles for R. perezi: and R. lessonae was evidenced. On the contrary, of all the 24 variables and ratios measured, no morphological traits made it possible to differentiate between the 5 taxa. The averages indicate an interspecific and intraspecific overlapping. Although, this work clearly highlighted that the ecotypic variations masked the specific variations. The distribution of R. lessonae in the South of France constitutes an improvement in the knowledge of the geographic distribution of this species. Moreover, one new of contact zone between 2 distinct complexes of hybridization, the P-G and the L-E systems, was localised in a temporary pond in the south of France. The local processes of adaptations were highlighted by experimental protocols which allow the comparison of the ecological performances (indirect measurement of fitness) of the taxa of the complex R. perezi - R. kl. grafi, through life history traits like larval development, survival and weight at metamorphosis in 2 different types of environments: temporary and permanent. We, thus, conclude that the green frog taxa show/demonstrate specifics responses at genetic and phenotypical levels (local adaptation) to the variations of the abiotic and biotic environmental factors. However the tadpoles of the temporary environment present a better fitness when compared with their siblings of permanent environments in context of temporary ponds
Evolution ontogénétique des relations interindividuelles et importance de l'olfaction dans le maintien de l'organisation sociale chez le furet (Mustela furo) by Rachel Berzins( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Social organization modalities of solitary carnivores are not well known. The aim of this study is to identify proximate mechanisms responsible for the adoption and maintenance of a solitary life in small mustelids, using the ferret (Mustela furo) as a model. To assess the influence of sex, age and mother presence on ferret behavior, a detailed study of the ontogenetic evolution of interindividual relationships within litter has been completed from their birth through their dispersion. The analysis of their spatial distribution inside large enclosures demonstrated an absence of preferential affinities between young just as well between mother and young, but also her cohesive role. These observations have revealed a strong tolerance and an absence of aggressiveness but also the weakness of social bond within litters. The increase of distances between males during dispersal period let also suppose the existence of an ontogenetic switch. The study of the olfactory discrimination abilities of ferret by a habituation discrimination procedure has demonstrated that ferrets are able to discriminate the anal odor of a familiar individual from an unfamiliar one. Females who prefer proximity of olfactory familiar male could use this ability during the breeding period. Indeed, the study of ferret behavior towards familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics has demonstrated, after an isolation period, that females are more aggressive than males towards same-sex unfamiliar conspecifics. The synthesis of these experiments shows that the social organization of small mustelids is dependant of phylogenetic and ecological factors, with the isolation period following dispersal being a key phase in the modification of interindividual relationships between juvenile and adult age
Allozymic variation in the European polecat Mustela putorius from western France by Thierry Lodé( )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Structuration, flux génétiques et biologie de la reproduction des populations de Grenouilles agiles, Rana dalmatina, dans l'Ouest de la France applications à la conservation by David Lesbarrères( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

S'appuyant sur l'étude d'une vingtaine de populations de Grenouilles agiles, Rana dalmatina, dans l'Ouest de la France, ce travail de recherche s'inscrit dans une perspective de biologie de la conservation. En évaluant comment l'altération de la structure des paysages influence l'organisation des échanges de populations, les objectifs sont : 1) d'évaluer la structuration génétique des populations et les flux de gènes, 2) de préciser les caractéristiques de la reproduction de l'espèce, 3) et de définir un projet de conservation. Premièrement, l'analyse de la structure génétique des populations de Grenouille agile de l'Ouest de la France met en évidence un déficit des hétérozygotes. De plus, celui-ci est fortement accentué en présence d'infrastructures autoroutières suggérant une réduction des flux géniques. Deuxièmement, l'étude du succès reproducteur montre que le chant du mâle dépend de la tolérance entre individus de la même mare. En outre, le chant est un trait sélectionné par les femelles, influençant la taille des pontes. Enfin, les caractéristiques physiques de l'environnement affectent le développement des têtards. La troisième partie de ce travail évalue un projet de conservation lié à la construction d'une autoroute entre Angers et Cholet (Maine-et-Loire). L'usage de tunnels à Amphibiens se révèle être pertinent mais ne doit pas être limitatif. L'utilisation d'une aire d'estivage implique que les mesures conservatoires tiennent compte des déplacements des Amphibiens et pas seulement de leur site de reproduction. Les différents résultats ont permis de mettre en évidence l'existence de stratégies alternatives et d'une plasticité phénotypique chez la Grenouille agile. La compréhension de ces mécanismes permettra d'envisager des mesures de conservation mieux adaptées localement et surtout de mieux informer quant à l'impact génétique que des barrières géographiques peuvent présenter
Effect of a motorway on mortality and isolation of wildlife populations by Thierry Lodé( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Oviparity or viviparity? : that is the question by Thierry Lodé( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Conspectic tolerance and sexual segregation in the use space and habitats in the European polecat by Thierry Lodé( )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Lodé, T.

Thierry Lodé ahli biologi asal Perancis

Thierry Lodé Frans bioloog

Thierry Lodé French biologist

蒂埃里·罗得

Languages
French (37)

English (4)