Virginie Millien
Virginie Millien
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Ecotypic variation in the context of global climate change: revisiting the rules
V Millien, S Kathleen Lyons, L Olson, FA Smith, AB Wilson, Y Yom‐Tov
Ecology letters 9 (7), 853-869, 2006
Morphological evolution is accelerated among island mammals
V Millien
PLoS Biol 4 (10), e321, 2006
Island biogeography of the Japanese terrestrial mammal assemblages: an example of a relict fauna
V Millien‐Parra, JJ Jaeger
Journal of Biogeography 26 (5), 959-972, 1999
Climate warming and Bergmann's rule through time: is there any evidence?
C Teplitsky, V Millien
Evolutionary applications 7 (1), 156-168, 2014
Climate change and habitat fragmentation drive the occurrence of Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease, at the northeastern limit of its distribution
JA Simon, RR Marrotte, N Desrosiers, J Fiset, J Gaitan, A Gonzalez, ...
Evolutionary Applications 7 (7), 750-764, 2014
Climate change and size evolution in an island rodent species: new perspectives on the island rule
V Millien, J Damuth
Evolution 58 (6), 1353-1360, 2004
Poleward expansion of the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) under climate change: implications for the spread of Lyme disease
E Roy-Dufresne, T Logan, JA Simon, GL Chmura, V Millien
PLoS One 8 (11), e80724, 2013
Intra- and interspecific morphological variation in the field mouse species Apodemus argenteus and A. speciosus in the Japanese archipelago: the role of insular …
S Renaud, V Millien
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74 (4), 557-569, 2001
When teeth and bones disagree: body mass estimation of a giant extinct rodent
V Millien, H Bovy
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (1), 11-18, 2010
Relative effects of climate change, isolation and competition on body‐size evolution in the Japanese field mouse, Apodemus argenteus
V Millien
Journal of Biogeography 31 (8), 1267-1276, 2004
Mammals evolve faster on smaller islands
V Millien
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (7), 1935-1944, 2011
The largest among the smallest: the body mass of the giant rodent Josephoartigasia monesi
V Millien
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1646), 1953-1955, 2008
Genetic structure of the white‐footed mouse in the context of the emergence of Lyme disease in southern Québec
A Rogic, N Tessier, P Legendre, FJ Lapointe, V Millien
Ecology and Evolution 3 (7), 2075-2088, 2013
Applying evolutionary concepts to wildlife disease ecology and management
E Vander Wal, D Garant, S Calmé, CA Chapman, M Festa‐Bianchet, ...
Evolutionary applications 7 (7), 856-868, 2014
Landscape resistance and habitat combine to provide an optimal model of genetic structure and connectivity at the range margin of a small mammal
RR Marrotte, A Gonzalez, V Millien
Molecular ecology 23 (16), 3983-3998, 2014
The negative relationship between mammal host diversity and Lyme disease incidence strengthens through time
S Turney, A Gonzalez, V Millien
Ecology 95 (12), 3244-3250, 2014
Community composition and size structure of murid rodents in relation to the biogeography of the Japanese archipelago
V Millien‐Parra, M Loreau
Ecography 23 (4), 413-423, 2000
Incisor size and community structure in rodents: two tests of the role of competition
V Parra, M Loreau, JJ Jaeger
Acta Oecologica 20 (2), 93-101, 1999
Size evolution of the lower incisor of Microtia, a genus of endemic murine rodents from the late Neogene of Gargano, southern Italy
V Millien, JJ Jaeger
Paleobiology, 379-391, 2001
Phylogeographic structure of the white-footed mouse and the deer mouse, two Lyme disease reservoir hosts in Québec
J Fiset, N Tessier, V Millien, FJ Lapointe
PloS one 10 (12), e0144112, 2015
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