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  1. Rozen-Rechels, D., van Beest, F. M., Richard, E., Uzal, A., Medill, S. A. and McLoughlin, P. D. (2015). Density-dependent, central-place foraging in a grazing herbivore: competition and tradeoffs in time allocation near water. Oikos 124, 1142–1150. PDF
  2. Rozen-Rechels, D., Peigné, S., Germain, D. and Ladevèze, S. (2016). Intraspecific morphological variation of the middle ear in the European badger, Meles meles (Carnivora: Mustelidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119, 106–116. PDF
  3. Veldhuis, M. P., Rozen-Rechels, D., Roux, E., Cromsigt, J. P., Berg, M. P. and Olff, H. (2017). Determinants of patchiness of woody vegetation in an African savanna. Journal of Vegetation Science 28, 93–104. PDF
  4. Dew, L. A., Rozen-Rechels, D., le Roux, E., Cromsigt, J. and te Beest, M. (2017). Evaluating the efficacy of invasive plant control in response to ecological factors. South African Journal of Botany 109, 203–213. PDF
  5. Rozen-Rechels, D., Beest, M., Dew, L. A., Roux, E., Druce, D. J., Cromsigt, J. P. G. M. and Rejmanek, M. (2017). Contrasting impacts of an alien invasive shrub on mammalian savanna herbivores revealed on a landscape scale. Diversity and Distributions 23, 656–666. PDF
  6. Rozen-Rechels, D., Dupoué, A., Meylan, S., Decencière, B., Guingand, S. and Le Galliard, J.-F. (2018). Water restriction in viviparous lizards causes transgenerational effects on behavioral anxiety and immediate effects on exploration behavior. Behavioral Ecolology and Sociobiology 72, 1–14. PDF
  7. Dupoué, A., Lourdais, O., Meylan, S., Brischoux, F., Angelier, F., Rozen-Rechels, D., Marcangeli, Y., Decencière, B., Agostini, S. and Le Galliard, J.-F. (in press). Some like it dry: water restriction overrides heterogametic sex determination in two reptiles. Ecology and Evolution, 9:6524:6533. PDF
  8. Rozen-Rechels D., Dupoué A., Lourdais O., Chamaillé-Jammes S., Meylan S., Clobert J., and Le Galliard J.-F. (2019). When water interacts with temperature: ecological and evolutionary implications of thermo-hydroregulation in terrestrial ectotherms. Ecology and Evolution, 9:10029-10043. PDF
  9. Dupoué A., Angelier F., Ribout C., Meylan S., Rozen-Rechels D., Decencière B., Agostini S., Le Galliard J.-F. (2020) Chronic water restriction triggers sex-specific oxidative stress and telomere shortening in lizards. Biology Letters, 16: 20190889. PDF
  10. Dupoué A., Blaimont P., Rozen-Rechels D., Richard M., Meylan S., Clobert J., Miles D.B., Martin Rémi, Decencière B., Agostini S., Le Galliard J.-F. (2020). Water availability and temperature induce changes in oxidative status during pregnancy in a viviparous lizard. Functional Ecology, 34:475-485. PDF
  11. Rutschmann A., Rozen-Rechels D., Dupoué A., Blaimont P., de Villemereuil P., Miles D.B., Richard M., Clobert J. (2020) Climate dependent heating and cooling efficiency in the Common lizard. Ecology and Evolution, 10:8007–8017. PDF
  12. Rozen-Rechels D., Dupoué A., Meylan S., Qitout K., Decencière B., Agostini S., and Le Galliard J.-F. (2020). Acclimation to water restriction implies different paces for behavioral and physiological responses in a lizard. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 93:160–174. PDF
  13. Rozen-Rechels D., Badiane A., Agostini S., Meylan S., and Le Galliard J.-F. (2020). Water restriction induces behavioral fight strategies but impairs thermoregulation in a dry-skinned ectotherm. Oikos, 129:572-584. PDF
  14. Rozen-Rechels D., Farigoule P., Agostini S., Badiane A., Meylan S., and Le Galliard J.-F. (2020) Short-term change in water availability influences thermoregulation behaviours in a dry-skinned ectotherm. Journal of Animal Ecology, 89:2099–2110. PDF
  15. Rozen-Rechels D., Valls-Fox H., Mabika C., Chamaillé-Jammes S. (2020) Temperature as a potential constraint on the timing and duration of African elephant foraging trips. Journal of Mammalogy, 101:1670-1679. PDF
  16. Le Galliard J.-F., Rozen-Rechels D., Lecomte A., Demay C., Dupoué A., Meylan S. (2021) Short-term changes in air humidity and water availability weakly constrain thermoregulation in a dry-skinned ectotherm. Plos ONE, 16:e0247514. PDF
  17. Rozen-Rechels D., Rutschmann A., Dupoué A., Blaimont P., Chauveau V., Miles D.B., Guillon M., Richard M., Badiane A., Meylan S., Clobert J., and Le Galliard J.-F. (2021) Interaction of hydric and thermal conditions drives geographic variation in thermoregulation in a widespread lizard. Ecological Monographs, 91, XX-XX. PDF
  18. Rutschmann A., Dupoué A., Miles D.B., Megía Palma‬ R., Lauden C., Richard M., Badiane A., Rozen-Rechels D., Brevet M., Blaimont P., Meylan S., Clobert J. and Le Galliard J.-F.(in press) Intense nocturnal warming alters growth strategies, coloration, and parasite load in a diurnal lizard. Journal of Animal Ecology. PDF