Philippe Christe

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Effect of age, haemosporidian infection and body condition on pair composition and reproductive success in Great Tits Parus major
Pigeault Romain, Cozzarolo Camille Sophie, Glaizot Olivier, Christe Philippe Ibis.
 
Climatic effects on the distribution of ant- and bat fly-associated fungal ectoparasites (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales)
Szentiványi T., Haelewaters D., Rádai Z., Mizsei E., Pfliegler W.P., Báthori F., Tartally A., Christe P., Glaizot O., 2019/06. Fungal Ecology, 39 pp. 371-379. Peer-reviewed.
Modelling bat distributions and diversity in a mountain landscape using focal predictors in ensemble of small models
Scherrer D., Christe P., Guisan A., 2019/05. Diversity and Distributions, 25 (5) pp. 770-782. Peer-reviewed.
Bat Flies and Their Microparasites: Current Knowledge and Distribution.
Szentiványi T., Christe P., Glaizot O., 2019. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 6 p. 115. Peer-reviewed.
 
Modification of sperm fatty acid composition during epididymal maturation in bats.
Fasel N., McMillian K., Jakop U., Méné-Saffrané L., Engel K., Genoud M., Muller K., Christe P., 2019. Reproduction, 157 (1) pp. 77-85. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-biased parasitism in vector-borne disease: Vector preference?
Cozzarolo C.S., Sironi N., Glaizot O., Pigeault R., Christe P., 2019. PLoS One, 14 (5) pp. e0216360. Peer-reviewed.
Prevalence and diversity of haemosporidian parasites in the yellow-rumped warbler hybrid zone.
Cozzarolo C.S., Jenkins T., Toews DPL, Brelsford A., Christe P., 2018/10. Ecology and Evolution, 8 (19) pp. 9834-9847. Peer-reviewed.
The effect of dietary antioxidant supplementation in a vertebrate host on the infection dynamics and transmission of avian malaria to the vector.
Delhaye J., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2018/07. Parasitology research, 117 (7) pp. 2043-2052. Peer-reviewed.
Avian malaria and bird humoral immune response.
Delhaye J., Jenkins T., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2018/02/09. Malaria journal, 17 (1) p. 77. Peer-reviewed.
 
Haemosporidian infection and co-infection affect host survival and reproduction in wild populations of great tits.
Pigeault R., Cozzarolo C.S., Choquet R., Strehler M., Jenkins T., Delhaye J., Bovet L., Wassef J., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2018. International Journal for Parasitology, 48 (14) pp. 1079-1087. Peer-reviewed.
Laboulbeniales (Fungi: Ascomycota) infection of bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from Miniopterus schreibersii across Europe.
Szentiványi T., Haelewaters D., Pfliegler W.P., Clément L., Christe P., Glaizot O., 2018. Parasites & Vectors, 11 (1) p. 395. Peer-reviewed.
Diet induced modifications of fatty-acid composition in mealworm larvae (Tenebrio molitor)
Fasel N. J., Mène-Safrané L., Ruczynski I., Komar E., Christe P., 2017/10/10. Journal of Food Research. Peer-reviewed.
Food availability as a major driver in the evolution of life-history strategies of sibling species.
Arlettaz R., Christe P., Schaub M., 2017. Ecology and Evolution, 7 (12) pp. 4163-4172. Peer-reviewed.
 
Host shift and cospeciation rate estimation from co-phylogenies.
Alcala N., Jenkins T., Christe P., Vuilleumier S., 2017. Ecology letters, 20 (8) pp. 1014-1024. Peer-reviewed.
 
Interspecific correlation between red blood cell mitochondrial ROS production, cardiolipin content and longevity in birds.
Delhaye J., Salamin N., Roulin A., Criscuolo F., Bize P., Christe P., 2016/12. Age, 38 (5-6) pp. 433-443. Peer-reviewed.
 
PARASITES! L'exposition qui démange
Glaizot O., Christe P., 2016/09., Musée cantonal de zoologie, Lausanne.
Basilic: a new genus to Albanian bat fly fauna (Diptera: Nycteribiidae)
Szentiványi T., Genzoni E., Clément L., Radonjić M., Loce E., Théou P., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2016. Ecologica Montenegrina, 8 pp. 58-61.
 
Exposure of the mosquito vector Culex pipiens to the malaria parasite Plasmodium relictum: effect of infected blood intake on immune and antioxidant defences, fecundity and survival.
Delhaye J., Aletti C., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2016. Parasites & vectors, 9 (1) p. 616. Peer-reviewed.
Plasmodium infection and oxidative status in breeding great tits, Parus major.
Delhaye J., Jenkins T., Christe P., 2016. Malaria Journal, 15 (1) p. 531. Peer-reviewed.
 
Roost selection and switching in two forest-dwelling bats: implications for forest management
Kühnert E., Schönbächler C., Arlettaz R., Christe P., 2016. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 62 (4) pp. 497-500. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bringing together phylogenies and behavioural ecology in host-parasite interactions
Jenkins T., Christe P., 2015. pp. 434-449 dans Morand S., Krasnov B.R., Littlewood D.T.J. (eds.) Parasite diversity and diversification: evolutionary ecology meets phylogenetics chap. 24, Cambridge University Press.
How a haemosporidian parasite of bats gets around: the genetic structure of a parasite, vector and host compared.
Witsenburg F., Clément L., López-Baucells A., Palmeirim J., Pavlinić I., Scaravelli D., ?evčík M. , Dutoit L., Salamin N., Goudet J. et al., 2015. Molecular Ecology, 24 (4) pp. 926-940. Peer-reviewed.
 
Introduced freshwater blenny influences the diet and body condition of the invasive dice snake in Lake Geneva
Dubey S., Christe P., Formenti V., Staub E., Schuerch J., Glaizot O., Ursenbacher S., 2015. Journal of Wildlife Management, 79 (2) pp. 338-343. Peer-reviewed.
Signs of a vector's adaptive choice: on the evasion of infectious hosts and parasite-induced mortality
Witsenburg F., Schneider F., Christe P., 2015. Oikos, 124 (5) pp. 668-676. Peer-reviewed.
Testing Local Adaptation in a Natural Great Tit-Malaria System: An Experimental Approach.
Jenkins T., Delhaye J., Christe P., 2015. Plos One, 10 (11) pp. e0141391. Peer-reviewed.
Epidemiological traits of the malaria-like parasite Polychromophilus murinus in the Daubenton¿s bat Myotis daubentonii.
Witsenburg F., Schneider F., Christe P., 2014. Parasites and Vectors, 7 (1) p. 566. Peer-reviewed.
 
Existe-t-il des traitements antibiotiques naturels pour les animaux sauvages?
Christe P., 2014. pp. 67-74 dans Morand S., Moutou F., Richomme C. (eds.) Faune sauvage, santé et biodiversité, quels défis?, Editions Quae.
 
Natural malaria infection reduces starvation resistance of nutritionally stressed mosquitoes.
Lalubin F., Delédevant A., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2014. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83 (4) pp. 850-857. Peer-reviewed.
 
North-African house martins endure greater haemosporidian infection than their European counterparts
van Rooyen J., Jenkins T., Lahlah N., Christe P., 2014. Journal of Avian Biology, 45 (5) pp. 450-456. Peer-reviewed.
Senescence in cell oxidative status in two bird species with contrasting life expectancy.
Bize P., Cotting S., Devevey G., van Rooyen J., Lalubin F., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2014. Oecologia, 174 (4) pp. 1097-1105. Peer-reviewed.
The effect of host social system on parasite population genetic structure: comparative population genetics of two ectoparasitic mites and their bat hosts.
van Schaik J., Kerth G., Bruyndonckx N., Christe P., 2014. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14 p. 18. Peer-reviewed.
Altitudinal variation in haemosporidian parasite distribution in great tit populations.
Rooyen J.v., Lalubin F., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2013. Parasites and Vectors, 6 p. 139. Peer-reviewed.
Avian haemosporidian persistence and co-infection in great tits at the individual level.
van Rooyen J., Lalubin F., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2013. Malaria Journal, 12 (40) p. 40. Peer-reviewed.
Geographic and temporal variation in the consumption of bats by European barn owls
Roulin A., Christe P., 2013. Bird Study, 60 (4) pp. 561-569. Peer-reviewed.
Temporal changes in mosquito abundance (Culex pipiens), avian malaria prevalence and lineage composition
Lalubin F., Delédevant A., Glaizot O., Christe P., 2013. Parasites & Vectors, 6 p. 307. Peer-reviewed.
High prevalence and lineage diversity of avian malaria in wild populations of great tits (Parus major) and mosquitoes (Culex pipiens).
Glaizot O., Fumagalli L., Iritano K., Lalubin F., Van Rooyen J., Christe P., 2012. PLoS One, 7 (4) pp. e34964. Peer-reviewed.
 
Potential evidence of parasite avoidance in an avian malarial vector
Lalubin F., Bize P., Van Rooyen J., Christe P., Glaizot O., 2012. Animal Behaviour, 84 (3) pp. 539-545. Peer-reviewed.
The evolutionary host switches of Polychromophilus: a multi-gene phylogeny of the bat malaria genus suggests a second invasion of mammals by a haemosporidian parasite.
Witsenburg F., Salamin N., Christe P., 2012. Malaria Journal, 11 (1) p. 53. Peer-reviewed.
 
Twofold cost of reproduction: an increase in parental effort leads to higher malarial parasitaemia and to a decrease in resistance to oxidative stress.
Christe P., Glaizot O., Strepparava N., Devevey G., Fumagalli L., 2012. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 279 (1731) pp. 1142-1149. Peer-reviewed.
Diet variability of two convergent natricine colubrids in an invasive-native interaction
Metzger C., Christe P., Ursenbacher S., 2011. Mertensiella, 18 pp. 86-93. Peer-reviewed.
 
Disease in the dark: molecular characterization of Polychromophilus murinus in temperate zone bats revealed a worldwide distribution of this malaria-like disease.
Megali A., Yannic G., Christe P., 2011. Molecular Ecology, 20 (5) pp. 1039-1048. Peer-reviewed.
Isolation and characterisation of microsatellite loci for two species of Spinturnicid wing mites (Spinturnix myoti and Spinturnix bechsteini)
van Schaik A.J., Bruyndonckx N., Kerth G., Christe P., 2011. Acarologia, 51 (1) pp. 127-131. Peer-reviewed.
 
Response of bat species to sylvo-pastoral abandonment
Obrist M. K., Rathey E., Bontadina F., Martinoli A., Conedera M., Christe P., Moretti M., 2011. Forest Ecology and Management, 261 (3) pp. 789-798. Peer-reviewed.
 
Thermal energetics and torpor in the common pipistrelle bat, Pipistrellus pipistrellus (Vespertilionidae: Mammalia).
Genoud M., Christe P., 2011. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A, Molecular and Integrative Physiology, 160 (2) pp. 252-259. Peer-reviewed.
 
Age-specific variation of resistance to oxidative stress in the greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber roseus)
Devevey G., Bruyndonckx N., Von Houwald F., Studer-Thiersch A., Christe P., 2010. Journal of Ornithology, 151 (1) pp. 251-254. Peer-reviewed.
Covariation between colony social structure and immune defences of workers in the ant Formica selysi
Castella G., Christe P., Chapuisat M., 2010. Insectes Sociaux, 57 (2) pp. 233-238. Peer-reviewed.
Fortuitous infestation or wide host range? The case of Spinturnicidae and their bat hosts: Reply to Guiller and Deunff (2010)
Bruyndonckx N., Dubey S., Christe P., 2010. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 57 (3) pp. 1353-1354. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genetic isolation of insular populations of the Maghrebian bat, Myotis punicus, in the Mediterranean Basin
Biollaz F., Bruyndonckx N., Beuneux G., Mucedda M., Goudet J., Christe P., 2010. Journal of Biogeography, 37 (8) pp. 1557-1569. Peer-reviewed.
Mites as biological tags of their hosts.
Bruyndonckx N., Biollaz F., Dubey S., Goudet J., Christe P., 2010. Molecular Ecology, 19 (13) pp. 2770-2778. Peer-reviewed.
Passive and targeted surveillance for european bat lyssavirus in Swiss bats
Megali A., Yannic G., Zahno M.-L., Brügger D., Bertoni G., Christe P., Zanoni R., 2010. Rabies Bulletin Europe, 34 (3) pp. 5-7.
 
Surveillance for European bat lyssavirus in Swiss bats.
Megali A., Yannic G., Zahno M.L., Brügger D., Bertoni G., Christe P., Zanoni R., 2010. Archives of Virology, 155 (10) pp. 1655-1662. Peer-reviewed.
 
Testing the predictive adaptive response in a host-parasite system
Devevey G., Bize P., Fournier S., Person E., Christe P., 2010. Functional Ecology, 24 (1) pp. 178-185. Peer-reviewed.
 
Flea infestation reduces the life span of the common vole.
Devevey G., Christe P., 2009. Parasitology, 136 (11) pp. 1351-5. Peer-reviewed.
Longevity differs among sexes but is not affected by repeated immune activation in voles (Microtus arvalis)
Devevey G., Chapuisat M., Christe P., 2009. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 97 (2) pp. 328-333. Peer-reviewed.
Mating triggers dynamic immune regulations in wood ant queens.
Castella G., Christe P., Chapuisat M., 2009. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (3) pp. 564-570. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular cophylogenetic relationships between European bats and their ectoparasitic mites (Acari, Spinturnicidae).
Bruyndonckx N., Dubey S., Ruedi M., Christe P., 2009. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 51 (2) pp. 227-237. Peer-reviewed.
 
Spatio-temporal population genetic structure of the parasitic mite Spinturnix bechsteini is shaped by its own demography and the social system of its bat host.
Bruyndonckx N., Henry I., Christe P., Kerth G., 2009. Molecular ecology, 18 (17) pp. 3581-3592. Peer-reviewed.
 
Testing the competitive exclusion principle using various niche parameters in a native (Natrix maura) and an introduced (N. tessellata) colubrid
Metzger C., Ursenbacher U., Christe P., 2009. Amphibia-Reptilia, 30 (4) pp. 523-531. Peer-reviewed.
Developmental, metabolic and immunological costs of flea infestation in the common vole
Devevey G., Niculita-Hirzel Hélène, Biollaz F., Candice Y., Chapuisat M., Christe P., 2008. Functional Ecology, 22 (6) pp. 1091-1098. Peer-reviewed.
Experimentally increased group diversity improves disease resistance in an ant species.
Reber A., Castella G., Christe P., Chapuisat M., 2008. Ecology Letters, 11 (7) pp. 682-689. Peer-reviewed.
Fecundity and survival in relation to resistance to oxidative stress in a free-living bird.
Bize P., Devevey G., Monaghan P., Doligez B., Christe P., 2008. Ecology, 89 (9) pp. 2584-2593. Peer-reviewed.
Prophylaxis with resin in wood ants
Castella G., Chapuisat M., Christe P., 2008. Animal Behaviour, 75 (4) pp. 1591-1596. Peer-reviewed.
The presence of conifer resin decreases the use of the immune system in wood ants
Castella G., Chapuisat M., Moret Y., Christe P., 2008. Ecological Entomology, 33 (3) pp. 408-412. Peer-reviewed.
 
Host sex and ectoparasites choice: preference for, and higher survival on female hosts.
Christe P., Glaizot O., Evanno G., Bruyndonckx N., Devevey G., Yannic G., Patthey P., Maeder A., Vogel P., Arlettaz R., 2007. Journal of Animal Ecology, 76 (4) pp. 703-710. Peer-reviewed.
 
Origin-related, environmental, sex, and age determinants of immunocompetence, susceptibility to ectoparasites, and disease symptoms in the barn owl
Roulin A., Christe P., Dijkstra C., Ducrest A. L., Jungi T. W., 2007. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 90 (4) pp. 703-718. Peer-reviewed.
Wood ants use resin to protect themselves against pathogens
Chapuisat M., Oppliger Anne, Magliano P., Christe P., 2007. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 274 (1621) pp. 2013-2017. Peer-reviewed.
 
Biological conservation and parasitism
Christe P., Morand S., Michau J., 2006. pp. 593-613 dans Morand S., Krasnov B.R., Poulin R (eds.) Micromammals and macroparasites : from evolutionary ecology to management, Springer.
Genotyping faeces reveals facultative kin association on capercaillie's leks
Regnaut S., Christe P., Chapuisat M., Fumagalli L., 2006. Conservation Genetics, 7 (5) pp. 665-674. Peer-reviewed.
The predation cost of being a male: implications for sex-specific rates of ageing
Christe P., Keller L., Roulin A., 2006. Oikos, 114 (2) pp. 381-394. Peer-reviewed.
 
Coevolutionary arms races: increased host immune defense promotes specialization by avian fleas.
Møller A.P., Christe P., Garamszegi L.Z., 2005. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18 (1) pp. 46-59. Peer-reviewed.
Cross-amplification of polymorphic microsatellites reveals extra-pair paternity and brood parasitism in Sturnus vulgaris
Loyau A., Moureau B., Richard M., Christe P., Heeb P., Sorci G., 2005. Molecular Ecology Notes, 5 (1) pp. 135-139. Peer-reviewed.
 
Oxygen consumption in offspring tawny owls Strix aluco is associated with colour morph of foster mother
Roulin A., Bize P., Tzaud N., Bianchi M., Ravussin P. A., Christe P., 2005. Journal of Ornithology, 146 (4) pp. 390-394. Peer-reviewed.
Causal mechanisms underlying host specificity in bat ectoparasites.
Giorgi M.S., Arlettaz R., Guillaume F., Nusslé S., Ossola C., Vogel P., Christe P., 2004. Oecologia, 138 (4) pp. 648-654. Peer-reviewed.
 
Support for a colleague
Alatalo R.V., Aragon S., Aviles J.M., Barbosa A., Gomes C.B., Cadee N., Christe P., Cuervo J.J., Diaz M., Erritzoe J. et al., 2004. Science, 303 (5664) p. 1612. Peer-reviewed.
 
Differential species-specific ectoparasitic mite intensities in two intimately coexisting sibling bat species: resource-mediated host attractiveness or parasite specialization?
Christe P., Giorgi M. S., Vogel P., Arlettaz R., 2003. Journal of Animal Ecology, 72 (5) pp. 866-872. Peer-reviewed.
Evidence for collective medication in ants
Christe P., Oppliger Anne, Bancala F., Castella G., Chapuisat M., 2003. Ecology Letters, 6 (1) pp. 19-22. Peer-reviewed.
 
33 years, a new longevity record for a European bat
Arlettaz R., Christe P., Desfayes M., 2002. Mammalia, 66 (3) pp. 441-442. Peer-reviewed.
 
Deliberate rusty staining of plumage in the bearded vulture: does function precede art?
Arlettaz R, Christe P., Surai P-F., Møller A. P., 2002. Animal Behaviour, 64 pp. F1-F8. Peer-reviewed.
 
Intraseasonal variation in immune defence, body mass and hematocrit in adult house martins Delichon urbica
Christe P., Møller A. P., Gonzalez G., de Lope F., 2002. Journal of Avian Biology, 33 (3) pp. 321-325. Peer-reviewed.
 
The importance of host spatial distribution for parasite specialization and speciation: a comparative study of bird fleas (Siphonaptera : Ceratophyllidae)
Tripet F., Christe P., Møller A. P., 2002. Journal of Animal Ecology, 71 (5) pp. 735-748. Peer-reviewed.
 
Food availability dictates the timing of parturition in insectivorous mouse-eared bats
Arlettaz R., Christe P., Lugon A., Perrin N., Vogel P., 2001. Oikos, 95 (1) pp. 105-111. Peer-reviewed.
The energetic grooming costs imposed by a parasitic mite (Spinturnix myoti) upon its bat host (Myotis myotis).
Giorgi M.S., Arlettaz R., Christe P., Vogel P., 2001. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 268 (1480) pp. 2071-2075. Peer-reviewed.
 
The influence of environmental conditions on immune responses, morphology and recapture probability of nestling house martins (Delichon urbica)
Christe P., de Lope F., Gonzalez G., Saino N., Møller A. P., 2001. Oecologia, 126 (3) pp. 333-338. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genetic and environmental components of phenotypic variation in immune response and body size of a colonial bird, Delichon urbica (the house martin).
Christe P., Moller A.P., Saino N., De Lope F., 2000. Heredity, 85 ( Pt 1) pp. 75-83. Peer-reviewed.
 
Variation in intensity of a parasitic mite (Spinturnix myoti) in relation to the reproductive cycle and immunocompetence of its bat host (Myotis myotis)
Christe P., Arlettaz R., Vogel P., 2000. Ecology Letters, 3 (3) pp. 207-212. Peer-reviewed.
 
Parasitism, host immune function, and sexual selection.
Møller A.P., Christe P., Lux E., 1999. Quarterly Review of Biology, 74 (1) pp. 3-20. Peer-reviewed.
 
Condition, disease and immune defence
Møller A. P., Christe P., Erritzoe J., Mavarez J., 1998. Oikos, 83 (2) pp. 301-306. Peer-reviewed.
 
Immunocompetence and nestling survival in the house martin: the tasty chick hypothesis
Christe P., Møller A. P., de Lope F., 1998. Oikos, 83 (1) pp. 175-179. Peer-reviewed.
 
Clutch size and malarial parasites in female great tits.
Oppliger Anne, Christe P., Richner H., 1997. Behavioral Ecology, 8 (2) pp. 148-152. Peer-reviewed.
 
Begging food provisioning and nestling competition in great tit broods infested with ectoparasites
Christe P., Richner H., Oppliger Anne, 1996. Behavioral Ecology, 7 (2) pp. 127-131. Peer-reviewed.
 
Clutch size and malaria resistance.
Oppliger Anne, Christe P., Richner H., 1996. Nature, 381 (6583) p. 565. Peer-reviewed.
 
Of great tits and fleas: sleep baby sleep
Christe P., Richner H., Oppliger Anne, 1996. Animal Behaviour, 52 (6) pp. 1087-1092. Peer-reviewed.
 
On host life-history response to parasitism
Perrin N., Christe P., Richner H., 1996. Oikos, 75 (2) pp. 317-320. Peer-reviewed.
 
Paternal investment affects prevalence of malaria.
Richner H., Christe P., Oppliger Anne, 1995. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 92 (4) pp. 1192-1194. Peer-reviewed.
 
Ectoparasite affects choice and use of roost sites in the great tit, Parus major
Christe P., Oppliger Anne, Richner H., 1994. Animal Behaviour, 47 (4) pp. 895-898. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of an ectoparasite on lay date, nest-site choice, desertion, and hatching success in the great tit (Parus major)
Oppliger Anne, Richner H., Christe P., 1994. Behavioral Ecology, 5 (2) pp. 130-134. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of an ectoparasite on reproduction in great tits.
Richner H., Oppliger Anne, Christe P., 1993. Journal of Animal Ecology, 62 (4) pp. 703-710. Peer-reviewed.
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