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Article BAUDROT Virgile, Fernandez‐de‐Simon Javier, COEURDASSIER Michaël, Couval Geoffroy, GIRAUDOUX Patrick, Lambin Xavier - 2020 - Trophic transfer of pesticides: The fine line between predator–prey regulation and pesticide–pest regulation. - Journal of Applied Ecology

Article Le Page Gareth, Gunnarsson Lina, Trznadel Maciej, Wedgwood Kyle C.A., BAUDROT Virgile, Snape Jason, Tyler Charles - 2019 - Variability in cyanobacteria sensitivity to antibiotics and implications for environmental risk assessment. - Science of the Total Environment

Article BAUDROT Virgile, FRITSCH Clémentine, PERASSO Antoine, Banerjee Malay, RAOUL Francis - 2018 - Effects of contaminants and trophic cascade regulation on food chain stability: Application to cadmium soil pollution on small mammals – Raptor systems. - Ecological Modelling

Article BELLE Simon, BAUDROT Virgile, Lami Andrea, Musazzi Simon, Dakos Vasilis - 2017 - Rising variance and abrupt shifts of subfossil chironomids due to eutrophication in a deep sub-alpine lake. - Aquatic Ecology

Communication RAOUL Francis, PERASSO Antoine, BAUDROT Virgile, VALOT Benoit, AFONSO Eve, KNAPP Jenny, Mariotte Justine, GIRAUDOUX Patrick - 2016 - New approaches to description and modeling of trophic interactions: reliable allies to study trophically-transmitted parasites?. - Research and methods in ecohealth and conservation (Kunming, CN)

Thèse BAUDROT Virgile - 2016 - Modélisation des interactions trophiques impliquant des transferts de contaminants biologiques et chimiques. Application à Echinococcus multilocularis et aux éléments traces métalliques.

Article BAUDROT Virgile, PERASSO Antoine, FRITSCH Clémentine, GIRAUDOUX Patrick, RAOUL Francis - 2016 - The adaptation of generalist predators’ diet in a multi-prey context: insights from new functional responses. - Ecology

Article BAUDROT Virgile, PERASSO Antoine, FRITSCH Clémentine, RAOUL Francis - 2016 - Competence of hosts and complex foraging behavior are two cornerstones in the dynamics of trophically transmitted parasites. - Journal of Theoretical Biology