* denotes shared authorship

2005 - 2011

Tellier A. and Brown J.K.M.
2011, Spatial heterogeneity, frequency-dependent selection and polymorphism in host-parasite interactions
BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11: 319 (1 November)

Tellier A., Laurent S.J.Y., Lainer H., Pavlidis P., and Stephan W.
Inference of Seed Bank Parameters in Two Wild Tomato Species Using Ecological and Genetic Data
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 108 (41): 17052-17057

Brown J.K.M. and Tellier A.
Plant-Parasite Coevolution: Bridging the Gap between Genetics and Ecology,
Annual Review of Phytopathology, 49: 345-367

Tellier A., Fisher I., Merino C., Xia H., Camus-Kulandaivelu L., Städler T., and Stephan W.
, Fitness effect of derived deleterious mutations in four closely related wild tomato species with spatial structure
Heredity, 107: 189-199

Tellier A., Pfaffelhuber P., Haubold B., Naduvilezhath L., Rose L.E., Städler T., Stephan W., and Metzler D.
, Estimating parameters of speciation models based on refined summaries of the joint site-frequency spectrum
PLoS ONE, 6(5): e18155. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018155

Xia H., Camus-Kulandaivelu L., Stephan W., Tellier A. and Z. Zhang
2010, Nucleotide diversity patterns of local adaptation at drought-related candidate genes in wild tomatoes
Molecular Ecology, 19 (19): 4144-4154

Giraud F., Giraud T., Aguileta G., Fournier E., Samson R., Cruaud C., Lacoste S., Ropars J., Tellier A., Dupont J.
2010, Microsatellite loci to recognize species for the cheese starter and contaminating strains associated with cheese manufacturing
Int. J. Food Microbiol., 137: 204-213

Duan X., Tellier A., Wan A., Leconte M., De Vallavielle-Pope C. and Enjalbert J.
, Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici presents high diversity and recombination in the Chinese oversummering zone
Mycologia, 102: 44-53

Tellier A. and Brown J.K.M.
, The influence of Perenniality and Seed Banks on Polymorphism in Gene-for-Gene Interactions
The American Naturalist, 174 (6): 769-779

Laine A.L. and Tellier A.
, Heterogeneous selection promotes maintenance of polymorphism in host-parasite interactions
Oikos, 117 (9): 1281-1288

Tellier A. and Brown J.K.M.
, The relationship of host-mediated induced resistance to polymorphism in gene-for-gene relationships
Phytopathology, 98 (1): 128-136

Tellier A. and Brown J.K.M.
2007, Polymorphism in multi-locus host-parasite co-evolutionary interactions
Genetics, 177: 1777-1790

Tellier A. and Brown J.K.M.
, Genetic polymorphism in Host-Parasite Interactions
Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. Ser. B: Biol. Sci., 174: 809-817

Tellier A., Villareal L.M.A. and Giraud T.
, Antagonistic pleiotropy may help population-level selection in maintaining genetic polymorphism for transmission rate in a model phytopathogenic fungus
Heredity, 98: 45-52

Tellier* A., Villareal* L.M.A. and Giraud T.
, Maintenance of sex-linked deleterious alleles by selfing and group selection in metapopulations of the phytopathogenic fungus Microbotryum violaceum
American Naturalist, 165(5): 577-589


Book chapter:

Tellier A., De Vienne D.M., Giraud T., Hood M.E. and Refregier G.
“Theory and examples of reciprocal influence between hosts and pathogens, from short-term to long term interactions: coevolution, cospeciation and pathogen speciation following host shifts.”
In "Host-Pathogen Interactions: Genetics, Immunology and Physiology", Nova Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, USA.