Vigne P*, Gimond C*, Ferrari C, Vielle A, Hallin J, Pino-Querido A, El Mouridi S, Mignerot L, Frøkjær-Jensen C, Boulin T, Teotonio H & Braendle C 2021 A single-nucleotide change underlies the genetic assimilation of a plastic trait. Science Advances 7: eabd9941.
*joint first authors

Lee D, Zdraljevic S, Stevens L, Wang Y, Tanny RE, Crombie TA, Cook DE, Webster AK, Chirakar R, Baugh LR, Sterken MG, Braendle C, Félix MA, Rockman MV & Andersen EC EC 2021 Balancing selection maintains hyper-divergent haplotypes in C. elegans. Nature Ecology & Evolution

Noble LM, Yuen J, Stevens L, Moya N, Persaud R, Moscatelli M, Jackson J, Braendle C, Andersen EC, Seidel HS & Rockman MV 2021 Selfing is the safest sex for
Caenorhabditis tropicalis. eLIFE 10: e62587.

Billard B, Vigne P & Braendle C 2020 A natural mutational event uncovers a life history trade-off via hormonal pleiotropy. Current Biology 30, 1-13

Billard B, Gimond C & Braendle C 2020 Génétique et évolution de la plasticité développementale chez le nématode C. elegans : induction environnementale du stade dauer. Biologie Aujourd’hui 214 (1-2): 45-53.

Gimond C, Vielle A, Soares N, Zdraljevic S, McGrath P, Andersen EC & Braendle C 2019 Natural variation and genetic determinants of Caenorhabditis elegans sperm size. Genetics 213: 615-632.

Lee D, Zdraljevic S, Cook DE, Frézal L, Hsu JC, Sterken M, Riksen J, Wang J, Kammenga J, Braendle C, Félix MA, Schroeder FC, Andersen EC 2019 Selection and gene flow shape niche-associated variation in pheromone response. Nature Ecology & Evolution 3: 1455–1463.

Lewis S, Félix MA, Beltran T, Braendle C, Caurcel C, Fausett S, Fitch D, Frézal L, Gosse C, Kaur T, Kiontke K, Newton M, Noble L, Richaud A, Rockman M, Sudhaus W & Blaxter M 2019. Comparative genomics of 10 new Caenorhabditis species. Evolution Letters 32: 217–236.

Shin H#, Braendle C#, Monahan KB#, Kaplan REW#, Zand TP, Sefakor Mote F, Craig DR, Peters E, Reiner DJ 2019 Developmental fidelity is imposed by genetically separable RalGEF activities that mediate opposing signals. PLoS Genetics 15(5): e1008056.
#joint first authors

Frézal L, Demoinet E, Braendle C, Miska E & Félix MA 2018 Natural genetic variation in a multigenerational phenotype in C. elegans. Current Biology,

Grimbert S & Vargas Velazquez AM & Braendle C 2018 Physiological starvation promotes C. elegans vulval induction. G3 (Genes, Genomes, Genetics),

Ferrari C, Salle R, Callemeyn-Torre N, Jovelin R, Cutter AD* & Braendle C* 2017 Ephemeral-habitat colonization and neotropical species richness of Caenorhabditis nematodes. BMC Ecology,
*corresponding authors

Ludewig AH, Gimond C, Judkins JJ, Thornton S, Micikas RJ, Döring F, Antebi A, Braendle C & Schroeder FC 2017 Larval crowding accelerates C. elegans development and reduces lifespan. PLoS Genetics, e1006717.

Vielle A, Callemeyn N, Gimond C, Poullet N, Gray JC & Cutter AD & Braendle C 2016 Convergent evolution of sperm gigantism and the developmental origins of sperm size variability in Caenorhabditis nematodes. Evolution. 70: 2485-2503.

Poullet N, Vielle A, Gimond C, Carvalho S, Teotonio H* & Braendle C* 2016 Complex heterochrony underlies the evolution of hermaphrodite sex allocation in experimental C. elegans populations. Evolution. 70: 2357-2369. *corresponding authors

Cook DC, Zdraljevic S, Tanny RE, Seo B, Riccardi DD, Noble LM,
Rockman MV, Alkema MJ, Braendle C, Kammenga JE, Wang J, Kruglyak L, Félix MA, Lee J & Andersen EC 2016. The genetic basis of natural variation in C. elegans telomere length. Genetics 204: 371-383.

Samuel BS, Rowedder H, Braendle C, Félix MA & Ruvkun G 2016 Caenorhabditis elegans responses to bacteria from its natural habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 113: E3941-E3949

Grimbert S, Tietze K, Barkoulas M, Sternberg PW, Félix MA & Braendle C 2016 Anchor cell signaling and vulval precursor cell positioning establish a reproducible spatial context during C. elegans vulval induction. Developmental Biology. 416: 123-135

Poullet N, Vielle A, Gimond C, Ferrari C & Braendle C 2015 Evolutionarily divergent thermal sensitivity of germline development and fertility in hermaphroditic Caenorhabditis nematodes. Evolution & Development. 17: 380-397.

Braendle C & Teotonio H 2015 Caenorhabditis nematodes as model organisms to study trait variation and its evolution. Worm. 4:2 e1021109

Poullet N & Braendle C 2015 Sampling and isolation of C. elegans from the natural habitat. In: C. elegans: Methods and Applications (Editors: Biron D & Haspel G), Springer, New York, USA

Grimbert S & Braendle C 2014 Cryptic genetic variation uncovers evolution of environmentally sensitive parameters in Caenorhabditis vulval development. Evolution & Development. 16: 278-291

Félix MA , Braendle C & Cutter AD 2014 A streamlined system for species diagnosis in
Caenorhabditis (Nematoda: Rhabditidae) with name designations for 15 distinct biological species. PLoS ONE e94723. pdf

Gimond C, Jovelin R, Han S, Ferrari C, Cutter AD & Braendle C 2013 Outbreeding depression with low genetic variation in selfing Caenorhabditis nematodes. Evolution, doi:10.1111/evo.12203. pdf supplementary materials

Félix MA, Jovelin R, Ferrari C, Han S, Cho YR, Andersen EC, Cutter AD & Braendle C 2013 Species richness, distribution and genetic diversity of Caenorhabditis nematodes in a remote tropical rainforest. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13:10. pdf supplementary materials

Braendle C 2012 Pheromones: Evolving language of chemical communication in nematodes. Current Biology, 22: R294-296. pdf

Kiontke K, Félix MA, Ailion M, Rockman MV, Braendle C, Penigault JB & Fitch DHA 2011 A phylogeny and molecular barcodes for Caenorhabditis, with numerous new species from rotting fruits. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11: 339. pdf supplementary materials

Braendle C, Heyland A & Flatt T 2011 Integrating mechanistic and evolutionary analysis of life history variation. In: Mechanisms of life history evolution (Editors: Flatt T & Heyland A). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. pdf

Félix MA & Braendle C 2010 The natural history of Caenorhabditis elegans. Current Biology, 20: R965-R969. pdf

Braendle C, Baer C & Félix MA 2010 Bias and evolution of the mutationally accessible phenotypic space in a developmental system. PLoS Genetics, e1000877. pdf supplementary materials

Braendle C & Félix MA 2009 New fashion models.
Nature Cell Biology, 11: 668. (book review)

Braendle C & Félix MA 2009 The other side of phenotypic plasticity: a developmental system that generates an invariant phenotype despite environmental variation. Journal of Biosciences, 34: 543-551. pdf

Braendle C & Félix MA 2008 Plasticity and errors of a robust developmental system in different environments. Developmental Cell, 15: 714-724. pdf supplementary materials

Braendle C, Milloz J & Félix MA 2008 Mechanisms and evolution of environmental responses in
Caenorhabditis elegans. Current Topics in Developmental Biology 80: 171-207. pdf

2006 and earlier

Braendle C & Flatt T 2006 A role for genetic accommodation in evolution?
BioEssays 28: 868-873. pdf

Braendle C & Félix MA 2006 Sex determination: Ways to evolve a hermaphrodite.
Current Biology 16: R468-R471. pdf

Braendle C, Davis GK, Brisson JA & Stern DL 2006 Wing dimorphism in aphids.
Heredity 97: 192-199. pdf

Braendle C, Friebe I, Caillaud CM & Stern DL 2005 Genetic variation for an aphid wing polyphenism is genetically linked to a naturally occurring wing polymorphism.
Proceedings of the Royal Society-Series B, 272: 657-664. pdf supplementary materials

Braendle C, Caillaud CM & Stern DL 2005 Genetic mapping of
aphicarus - a sex-linked locus controlling a wing polymorphism in aphids. Heredity, 94:435-442. pdf

Braendle C & Foster WA 2004 Defensive behavior in primary and secondary host generations of the soldier-producing aphid,
Pemphigus bursarius (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Journal of Insect Behavior, 17: 663-672. pdf

Pike N, Braendle C & Foster WA 2004
Seasonal extension of the soldier instar as a route to increased defence investment in the social aphid Pemphigus spyrothecae. Ecological Entomology, 29: 89-95. pdf

Braendle C*, Miura T*, Kabhampati S, Bickel R, Shingleton AW & Stern DL 2003 Developmental origin and evolution of bacteriocytes in the aphid-
Buchnera symbiosis. PLoS Biology, 1: 70-76. *joint first authors pdf

Miura T*, Braendle C*, Shingleton A, Sisk G, Kabhampati S & Stern DL 2003 A comparison of parthenogenetic and sexual embryogenesis of the pea aphid
Acyrthosiphon pisum (Hemiptera: Aphidoidea). Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular and Developmental Evolution) 295B: 59-81. *joint first authors pdf

Caillaud CM, Boutin M, Braendle C & Simon JC 2002 A sex-linked locus controls wing polymorphism in males of the pea aphid,
Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris). Heredity 89: 346-352. pdf

Braendle C & Weisser WW 2001 Variation in anti-predator behaviour of red and green clones of the pea aphid.
Journal of Insect Behavior 14: 497-509. pdf

Weisser WW & Braendle C 2001 Body colour and genetic variation in winged morph production in the pea aphid.
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 99: 217-223. pdf

Weisser WW, Braendle C & Minoretti N 1999 Predator-induced morphological shift in the pea aphid.
Proceedings of the Royal Society-Series B 266: 1175-1181. pdf

Braendle C, Hockley N, Brevig T, Shingleton AW & Keller L 2003 Size-correlated division of labour and spatial distribution of workers in the driver ant,
Dorylus molestus. Naturwissenschaften, 90: 277-281. pdf

Geissmann T & Braendle C 1997 Helping behaviour in captive pileated gibbons (
Hylobates pileatus). Folia Primatologica 68:110-112. pdf

Braendle C & Geissmann T 1997 Behavioural development of the pileated gibbon (Hylobates pileatus). International Zoo News 44: 4-16.