Massoni J., Bortfeld-Miller M., Widmer A., and Vorholt J. Capacity of soil bacteria to reach the phyllosphere and convergence of floral communities despite soil microbiota variation. PNAS

Massoni J., Bortfeld-Miller M., Jardillier L., Salazar G., Sunagawa S., and Vorholt J. Consistent host and organ occupancy of phyllosphere bacteria in a community of wild herbaceous plant species. The ISME Journal 14, 1: 245-258 (2020).

Sauquet H., von Balthazar M., Magallón S., Doyle J., Endress P., Bailes E., Barroso de Morais E., Bull-Hereñu K., Carrive L., Chartier M., Chomicki G., Coiro M., Cornette R., El Ottra J., Epicoco C., Foster C., Jabbour F., Haevermans A., Haevermans T., Hernández R., Little S., Löfstrand S., Luna J., Massoni J., Nadot S., Pamperl S., Prieu C., Reyes E., dos Santos P., Schoonderwoerd K., Sontag S., Soulebeau A., Städler Y., Tschan G., Wing-Sze Leung A., and Schönenberger J. The ancestral flower of angiosperms and its early diversification. Nature Communication 8, 1: 1-10 (2017).

Massoni J., Couvreur T.L.P., and Sauquet H. Five major shifts of diversification through the long evolutionary history of Magnoliidae (angiosperms). BMC Evolutionary Biology 15, 1: 1-14 (2015).

Massoni J., Doyle J. and Sauquet H. Fossil calibration of Magnoliidae, an ancient lineage of angiosperms. Paleontolia Electronica 18.1.2FC: 1-25 (2015).

Massoni J., Forest F. and Sauquet H. Increased sampling of both genes and taxa improves resolution of phylogenetic relationships within Magnoliidae, a large and early-diverging clade of angiosperms. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 70: 84-93 (2014).

Massoni J., Durette-Desset M.C., Quéré J.P. and Audebert F. Redescription of Heligmosomoides neopolygyrus, Asakawa and Ohbayashi, 1986 (Nematoda: Heligmosomidae) from a Chinese Rodent, Apodemus peninsulae (Rodentia: Muridae); with comments on Heligmosomoides polygyrus polygyrus (Dujardin, 1845) and related species in China and Japan. Parasite, 19: 367–374 (2012).

Massoni J., Cassone J., Durette-Desset M.C. and Audebert F. Development of Graphidium strigosum (Nematoda, Haemonchidae) in its natural host, the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and comparison with several Haemonchidae parasites of ruminants. Parasitology Research 109, 1: 25-36 (2011).

Massoni J., Durette-Desset M.C., Quéré J.P. and Audebert F. Description of a new species of Heligmosomoides (Nematoda: Heligmosomidae) parasitic in Microtus limnophilus (Rodentia: Cricetidae) from Rangtang, Sichuan, China. Parasite, 17: 17-22 (2010).

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