Jérôme Moreau

Maitre de conférences

Equipe Ecologie Evolutive

UMR-CNRS 5561 Biogeosciences

université de Bourgogne

6 bd Gabriel

21000 Dijon, France

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Domaines de recherche

 

larve_eudemis1) Effet du réchauffement climatique sur les interactions tri-trophiques entre la vigne, les vers de la grappe et leurs ennemis naturels

 

 

 

 

 

 

merle2) Effet des caroténoïdes et des parasites intestinaux sur l'immunité et la sélection sexuelle chez le merle noir

 

 

 

 

 

 

tenebrio molitor wikipedia3) Transfert transgénérationnel d'immunité chez Tenebrio molitor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4) Effet latent des produits phytosanitaires sur les oiseaux des plaines agricoles (Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé)

 

 

 

5) Effet de la personnalité des parasitoïdes dans les programmes de lutte biologique

 

 

Diplomes universitaires et situations antérieures

2017-2018 : Délégation à mi temps au CNRS au Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé.

 

2016-2017 : Délégation à plein temps au  CNRS au Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé. 

 

2003-2004 : post-doctorat à l’université de Neuchâtel, Suisse.

 

2002 : ATER (Attaché Temporaire à l’Enseignement et à la Recherche) en Biostatistiques à l’UFR des Sciences de la vie de l’Université de Bourgogne au Laboratoire Écologie-Évolution, Dijon.

 

1999- 2001 : Doctorat Sciences de la vie. Allocataire MENRT. Université de Tours. Mention très honorable avec les félicitations du Jury.

Titre de la thèse : Impact des bactéries intracytoplasmiques féminisantes Wolbachia chez les isopodes terrestres : interactions entre sex-ratio anormale et stratégies de reproduction. Thèse effectuée au Laboratoire "Génétique et Biologie des Populations de Crustacés", (UMR CNRS 6556), Poitiers (86).

 

 

Publications

 

A) Publications dans des revues à comité de lecture

A63) Iltis C., Dechaume-Moncharmont F.X., Galipaud M., Moreau J., Bollache L. and Louâpre P. (2017). Love me tender love me long: males and females both gain from precopulatory mate guarding. Animal Behaviour, 130, 67-72. [pdf]

 

A62) Germond A., Kumar V., Ichimura T., Moreau J., Furusawa C., Fujita H. and Watanabe T.M. (2017). Raman spectroscopy as a tool for ecology and evolution.  Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 14, 20170174. [pdf]

 

A61) Moreau J., Perroud L., Bollache L., Yannic G., Teixeira M., Martin Schmidt N., Reneerkens J. and Gilg O. (2017). Discriminating uni- versus biparental breeding strategies by monitoring nest temperature. Ibis, in press.

 

A60) Vogelweith F., Thièry D., Moret Y., Delbac L. and Moreau J. (2017). No evidence of an immune adjustment in response to a parasitoid threat in Lobesia botrana larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology, 102, 7-11. [pdf]

 

A59) Monceau K., Dechaume-Moncharmont F.X., Moreau J., Lucas C., Capoduro R., Sauvage J., Motreuil S. and Moret Y. (2017). Personality, immune response and reproductive success: An appraisal of the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis. Journal of Animal Ecology, 86, 932-942. [pdf]

 

A58) Muller K., Thiéry D., Delbac L. and Moreau J. (2017). Mating patterns of the European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana) in sympatric and allopatric populations. Biological Journal of Linnean Society, 120(3), 685-699. [pdf]

 

A57) Monceau K., Moreau J., Richet J., Montreuil S., Moret Y. and Dechaume-Moncharmont F.-X. (2017). Larval personality does not predict adult personnalité in a holometabolous insect. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 120, 869-878. [pdf]

 

A56) Moreau J., Desouhant E., Louâpre P., Goubault M., Rajon E., Jarrige A., Menu F. and Thiéry D. (2017). How Host Plant and Fluctuating Environments Affect Insect Reproductive Strategies? In N. Sauvion, P-A. Calatayud, D. Thiéry (Volume Eds), Advances in Botanical Research series: Vol 81. Insect-Plant Interactions in a Crop Protection Perspective (pp. 259-288). Elsevier, GBR. [pdf]

 

A55) Muller K., Thiéry D., Motreuil S. and Moreau J. (2016). What makes a good mate? Factors influencing male and female reproductive success in a polyphagous moth. Animal Behaviour, 120, 31-39. [pdf]

 

A54) Reneerkens J., Martin Schmidt N., Gilg O., Hansen J., Hansen L.O., Moreau J. and Piersma T. (2016). Effects of food abondance and early clutch prédation on reproductive timing in a high Arctic shorebird exposed to advancements in arthropode abondance. Ecology and Evolution, 6(20), 7375-7386. [pdf]

 

A53) Muller K., Arenas L., Thiéry D. and Moreau J. (2016). Direct benefits from mating with a virgin male in the usually monandrous European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana). Animal Behaviour, 114, 165-172. [pdf]

 

A52) Vogelweith F., Moret Y., Monceau K., Thiéry D. and Moreau J. (2016). The relative abundance of hemocyte types in depends upon the diet of a polyphagous moth larva. Journal of Insect Physiology, 88, 33-39.[pdf]

 

A51) Moreau J., Monceau K. and Thiéry D. (2016). Larval food influences oviposition dynamics and egg quality traits in females of Lobesia botrana. Journal of Pest Science, 89, 439-448. [pdf]

 

A50) Dubuffet A., Zanchi C., Boutet G., Moreau J., Teixeira M. and Moret Y. (2015). Trans-generational immune priming protects the eggs only against Gram-positive bacteria in the mealworm Beetle. PLoS Pathogens, 11(10): e1005178. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1005178 [pdf]

 

A49) Vogelweith F., Moreau J., Thiéry D and Moret Y. (2015). Food-mediated modulation of immunity in a phytophagous insect: an effect of nutrition rather than parasitic contamination. Journal of Insect Physiology, 77, 55-61. [pdf]

A48) Biard C., Monceau K., Motreuil S. and Moreau J. (2015). Interpreting immunological indices: the importance of taking parasite community into account. An example in blackbirds (Turdus merula). Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6, 960-972. [pdf]

 

A47) Monceau K., Moreau J., Poidatz J., Bonnard O. and Thiéry D. (2015). Behavioral syndrome in a native and an invasive hymenoptera species. Insect Science, 22, 541-548. [pdf]

 

A46) Babin A., Saciat C., Gaillard M., Troussard J.P., Motreuil S., Moreau J., and Moret Y. (2015). Limiting immunopathology: interaction between dietary carotenoids and enzymatic antioxidant defences upon immune-mediated oxidative stress in a crustacean. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 49, 278-281. [pdf]

 

A45) Hansen J., Ek M., Roslin T., Schmidt N.M., Moreau J., Teixeira M. and Gilg O. (2015). First observation of a 4 egg clutch of Long-tailed Skua Stercorarius longicaudus. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 127(1), 149-153. [pdf]

 

A44) Muller K., Vogelweith F., Thiéry D., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2015). Immunocompetence benefits from rare host plants maintain polyphagy in an herbivorous insect. Oecologia, 177(2), 467-475. [pdf]

 

A43) Muller K., Thiéry D., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2015). Male larval nutrition affects adult reproductive success in wild European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69(1), 39-47. [pdf]

 

A42) Thiéry D., Monceau K. and Moreau J. (2014). Larval intraspecific competition for food in the European grapevine moth Lobesia botrana. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 104, 517-524. [pdf]

 

A41) Thiéry D., Monceau K. and Moreau J. (2014). Different emergence phenology of European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana, Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on six varieties of grapes in an experimental vineyard. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 104, 277-287. [pdf]

 

A40) Vogelweith F., Thiéry D., Moret Y., Colin E., Motreuil S. and Moreau J. (2014). Defense strategies used by two sympatric vineyard moth pests. Journal of Insect Physiology, 64, 54-61. [pdf]

 

A39) Monceau K., Bonnard O., Moreau J. and Thiéry D. (2014). Spatial Distribution of Vespa velutina Individuals Hunting at Domestic Honeybee Hives: Heterogeneity at a Local Scale. Insect Science, 21, 765-774. [pdf]

 

A38) Vogelweith F., Dourneau M., Thiéry D., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2013). Geographical variation in parasite prevalence shapes larval immunocompetence in the phytophagous european grapevine moth larvae. Naturwissenchaften, 100, 1149-1161. [pdf]

 

A37) Monceau K., Cézilly F. Moreau J., Motreuil S. and Wattier R. (2013). Population history of the Zenaida Dove (Zenaida aurita): phylogeography, contemporary gene flow and morphological divergence in the West Indies. PLoS ONE, 8(12), e82189. [pdf]

 

A36) Gilg O., Moe B., Hanssen S.A., Schmidt N.M., Sittler B., Hansen J., Reneerkens J., Sabard B., Chastel O., Moreau J., Phillips R.A., Oudman T., Biersma E., Fenstad A.A., Lang J. and Bollache L. (2013). Trans-Equatorial Migration Routes, Staging Sites and Wintering Areas of a High-Arctic Avian Predator: the Long-tailed Skua (Stercorarius longicaudus). PLoS ONE, 8(5), e64614. [pdf]

 

A35) Vogelweith F., Moret Y., Thiéry D. and Moreau J. (2013). Insect larvae grow faster in presence of deadly enemies: A Lobesia botrana model. PLoS ONE, 8(8), e72568. [pdf]

 

A34) Vogelweith F., Thiéry D., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2013). Immunocompetence increases with larval body size in phytophagous moths Physiological Entomology, 38, 219-225. [pdf]

 

A33) Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2012). The immune role of the arthropod exoskeleton. Invertebrate Survival Journal, 9, 200-206. [pdf]

 

A32) Zanchi C., Troussard J.P., Moreau J. and Moret Y. (2012). Relationship between maternal transfer of immunity and mother fecundity in an insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 279, 3223-3230. [pdf]

 

A31) Gilg O., Kovacs K.M., Aars J., Fort J., Gauthier G., Gremillet D., Ims R.A., Meltofte H., Moreau J., Post E., Martin Schmidt N., Yannic G and Bollache L. (2012). Climate change and the ecology and evolution of Arctic vertebrates. Annals of the new york academy of sciences, 1249, 166-190. [pdf]

 

A30) Moreau J., Martinaud G., Troussard J.P., Zanchi C. and Moret Y. (2012). Female body size constrains trans-generational immune priming in an insect. Oikos, 121, 1828-1832. [pdf]

 

A29) Vogelweith F., Thiéry D., Quaglietti B., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2011). Host plant variation plastically impacts different traits of the immune system of a phytophagous insect. Functional Ecology, 25, 1241-1247. [pdf]

 

A28) Zanchi C., Troussard J.P., Martinaud G., Moreau J. and Moret Y. (2011). Differential expression and costs between maternally and paternally derived immune priming for offspring in an insect. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80, 1174-1183. [pdf]

 

A27) Biard C., Saulnier N., Gaillard M. and Moreau J. (2010). Carotenoid-based bill colour is an integrative signal of multiple parasite infection in blackbirds. Naturwissenchaften, 97, 987-995. [pdf]

 

A26.) Moreau J., Villemant C., Benrey, B. and Thiery, D. (2010). Species diversity of larval parasitoids of the European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana, Lepidoptera: Tortricidae): the influence of region and cultivar. Biological Control, 54, 300-306. [pdf]

 

A25.) Moret Y., Rigaud T., Motreuil S., Troussard J.P. and Moreau J. (2010) Condition-dependent ecdysis and immunocompetence in the amphipod crustacean, Gammarus pulex. Biology Letters, 6, 788-791. [pdf]

 

A24.) Moreau J., Richard A., Benrey B. and Thièry D. (2009). Host plant cultivars of the grapevine moth Lobesia botrana affects the life history traits of an egg parasitoid. Biological Control, 50, 117-122. [pdf]

 

A23.) Biard C., Hardy C., Motreuil S. and Moreau J. (2009). Dynamics of PHA-induced immune response and plasma carotenoids in birds: Should we have a closer look. Journal of Experimental Biology. 212, 1336-1343. [pdf]

 

A22.) Filipiak L., Mathieu F. and Moreau J. (2009). Caution on the assessment of intestinal parasitic load in studying parasite-mediated sexual selection: the case of Blackbirds coccidiosis. International Journal for Parasitology, 39, 741-746. [pdf]

 

A21.) Martinaud G., Billaudelle M. and Moreau J. (2009). Circadian variation in coccidial oocysts shedding in blackbirds (Turdus merula): an adaptative trait against the desiccation and UV radiation. International Journal for Parasitology, 39, 735-739. [pdf]

 

A20.) Lavigne J.P., Nicolas-Chanoine M.H., Bourg G., Moreau J. and Sotto A. (2008). Virulent synergistic effect between Enterococcus faecalis and Escherichia coli assayed by using the Caenorhabditis elegans model. PLoS ONE 3(10): e3370. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003370. [pdf]

 

A19.) Moreau J., Rahme J., Benrey B. and Thiery D. (2008). Larval host plant origin modifies the adult oviposition preference of the female European grapevine moth Lobesia botrana. Naturwissenschaften, 95, 317–324. [pdf]

 

A18.) Baeta R., Faivre B., Motreuil S. and Moreau J. (2008). Carotenoids trade-off between parasitic resistance and sexual displays: an experimental study in the blackbird (Turdus merula). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 275, 427-434. [pdf]

 

A17.) Moreau J., Thiery D., Troussard J.P. and Benrey B. (2007). Grape variety affects female but also male reproductive success in wild European grapevine moths. Ecological Entomology, 32, 747-753. [pdf]

 

A16.) Verne S., Moreau J., Caubet Y., Bouchon D. and Grandjean F. (2007). Male mating success during parturial intermoults in the terrestrial isopod Armadillidium vulgare revealed by the use of microsatellite locus. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 27(2), 217-219. [pdf]

 

A15.) Lavigne J.P., Marchandin H., Delmas J., Moreau J., Bouziges N., Lecaillon E., Cavalie L., Jean-Pierre H., Bonnet R. and Sotto A. (2007). CTX-M-producing Escherichia coli in French hospitals: Prevalence, Molecular Epidemiology and Risk factors. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 45(2), 620-626. [pdf]

 

A14.) Bentz S., Rigaud T., Barroca M., Martin-Laurent F., Bru D., Moreau J. and Faivre B. (2006). Variation in haematozoan intensity in European Blackbird Turdus merula populations revealed by quantitative PCR. Parasitology, 133, 685-692. [pdf]

 

A13.) Lavigne J.P., Blanc-Potard A.B., Bourg G., Moreau J., Chanal C., Bouziges N., O’Callaghan D. and Sotto A. (2006). Virulence genotype and nematode killing properties of extraintestinal Escherichia coli producing CTX-M â-lactamases. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 12(12), 1199-1206. [pdf]

 

A12.) Moreau J., Benrey B. and Thiery D. (2006). Assessing larval food quality for phytophagous insects: are facts as simple as it appears?  Functional Ecology, 20(4), 592-600. [pdf]

 

A11.) Moreau J., Arruego X. Benrey B. and Thiery D. (2006). Differences in nutritional quality of parts of Vitis vinifera berries affect fitness of the European grapevine moth. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 119, 93-99. [pdf]

 

A10.) Moreau J., Benrey B. and Thiery D. (2006). Grape variety affects larval performance and also female reproductive performance of the European Grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana). Bulletin of Entomological Research, 96, 205-212. [pdf]

 

A9.) Thièry D. and Moreau J. (2005). Relative performance of European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana) on grapes and other hosts. Oecologia, 143, 548-557. [pdf]

 

A8.) Rigaud T. and Moreau J. (2004).A cost of Wolbachia-induced sex reversal and female-biased sex ratios: decrease in female fertility after sperm depletion in a terrestrial isopod. Proceedings of Royal Society of London B, 271, 1941-1946. [pdf]

 

A7.) Moreau J and Rigaud T. (2003). Variable male potential rate of reproduction: high male mating capacity as an adaptation to parasite-induced excess of females? Proceedings of Royal Society of London B, 270, 1535-1540. [pdf]

 

A6.) Moreau J, Seguin S, Caubet Y and Rigaud T. (2002). Low re-mating and moderate sperm competition in the terrestrial crustacean Armadillidium vulgare (Isopoda). Animal Behaviour, 64, 569-577. [pdf]

 

A5.) Randerson J, Moreau J, Rigaud T and Hurst LD. (2002). Understanding the distribution and effects of Wolbachia: the co-existence of cytoplasmic incompatibility and feminization. Selection, 1-2, 237-248.

 

A4.) Moreau Jand Rigaud T (2002). Calcium carbonate deposits shape as external marker for female reproductive status in terrestrial isopods. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 22(2), 353-356. [pdf]

 

A3.) Moreau J, Bertin A, Caubet Y and Rigaud T (2001). Sexual selection in an isopod with Wolbachia-induced sex reversal: males prefer real females. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 14, 388-394. [pdf]

 

A2.) Moreau J and Rigaud T (2000). Operational sex ratio in terrestrial isopods: interaction between potential rate of reproduction and Wolbachia-induced sex ratio distortion. Oikos, 91, 477-484. [pdf]

 

A1.) Rigaud T, Moreau J and Juchault P (1999). Wolbachia infection in the Terrestrial Isopod Oniscus asellus : sex ratio distortion and effect on fecundity. Heredity, 83, 469-475. [pdf]

 

B) Chapitres d’ouvrages pédagogiques

 

B2) Moreau J. et Thièry D. (2013). Conséquences du choix de la plante hôte sur les traits de vie liés au succès reproducteur des insect2010es phytophages. Des Insectes et des Plantes. Dans Sauvion N., Calatayud P., Thiéry D. et Marion-Poll F., Interactions insectes-plantes, Quae & IRD Editions, p. 369-381.

 

B1) Thièry D. et Moreau J. (2013). Un exemple de plasticité du choix: l’induction natale du choix de la plante hôte ou de l’habitat. Des Insectes et des Plantes Dans Sauvion N., Calatayud P., Thiéry D. & Marion-Poll F., Interactions insectes-plantes, Quae & IRD Editions, p. 383-389.

 

 

C) Publications de vulgarisation ou actes de congrès

 

C6) Vogelweith F., Thièry D., Moret Y.  et Moreau J. (2015). La sensibilité des chenilles des vers de grappes aux ennemis naturels. Influence de leurs défenses immunitaires. Union Girondine des vins de Bordeaux, Avril 2015. [pdf]

 

C5) Vogelweith F., Thièry D., Moret Y.  et Moreau J. (2013). Contrôle des ravageurs de cultures par les ennemis naturels: la plante hôte facteur régulateur du système immunitaire des chenilles de vers de la grappe. Le Cahier des techniques de l’INRA, 78, numéro 1. [pdf]

 

C4) Vogelweith F., Thiéry D., Moret Y. and Moreau J. (2013). Should Grape moth larval immunity help explaining resistance against natural enemies? Integrated Protection in Viticulture, IOBC/wprs Bulletin, 85, 157-164. [pdf]

 

C3) Thiery D., Delbac L., Villemant C. and Moreau J. (2011) Control of grape berry moth larvae using parasitoids: should it be developed? Integrated Protection in Viticulture, IOBC/wprs Bulletin, 67, 189-196. [pdf]

 

C2) Thiéry D. and Moreau J. (2006). Grape cultivar affects larval survival and female fitness of the European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae). Integrated Protection in Viticulture, IOBC/wprs Bulletin, 29(11), 131-138. [pdf]

 

C1)Thièry D., Xuereb A., Toulouse M.E. et Moreau J. (2005). Comparaison de la qualité alimentaire des baies de différents cépages sur les chenilles d’un papillon déprédateur de raisin. Le Cahier des techniques de l’INRA, Méthodes d’appréciation du comportement variétal vis-à-vis des bioagresseurs,  9-12. [pdf]

 

 

Enseignements

Responsable du Master BOP 1ère année (2007-2015)

En Master 1 BOP :

Biologie et Dynamique des Populations (CM - TD - TP)

Biostatistiques (TP)

Diversité Animale (CM - TD - TP)

 

En L3BO :

Ecophysiologie évolutive (CM - TD - TP)

Comportement Animal (TD - TP)

 

En L2BO :

Ecologie (CM)

 

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dernière mise à jour : 21 janvier 2015