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Bulot A., Potard K., Bureau F., Bérard A., Dutoit T..  2017.  Ecological restoration by soil transfer: impacts on restored soil profiles and topsoil functions. Restoration Ecology. 25:354-366.
Ben Sassi M., Dollinger J., Renault P., Tlili A., Bérard A..  2012.  The FungiResp method: An application of the MicroResp (TM) method to assess fungi in microbial communities as soil biological indicators. Ecological Indicators. 23:482-490.
Renault P., Ben-Sassi M., Bérard A..  2013.  Improving the MicroResp (TM) substrate-induced respiration method by a more complete description of CO2 behavior in closed incubation wells. Geoderma. 207:82-91.
Le Gall S., Bérard A., Page D., Lanoe L., Bertin N., Doussan C..  2021.  Increased exopolysaccharide production and microbial activity affect soil water retention and field performance of tomato under water deficit. Rhizosphere. 19:12.
Montuelle B., Dorigo U., Bérard A., Volat B., Bouchez A., Tlili A., Gouy V., Pesce S..  2010.  The periphyton as a multimetric bioindicator for assessing the impact of land use on rivers: an overview of the Ardières-Morcille experimental watershed (France). Hydrobiologia. 657:123-141.
Bérard A., Bouchet T., Sevenier G., Pablo A.L, Gros R..  2011.  Resilience of soil microbial communities impacted by severe drought and high temperature in the context of Mediterranean heat waves. European Journal of Soil Biology. 47:333-342.
Florio A., Brefort C., Gervaix J., Bérard A., Le Roux X..  2019.  The responses of NO2-- and N2O-reducing bacteria to maize inoculation by the PGPR Azospirillum lipoferum CRT1 depend on carbon availability and determine soil gross and net N2O production. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 136:10.
Bérard A., Ben Sassi M., Renault P., Gros R..  2012.  Severe drought-induced community tolerance to heat wave. An experimental study on soil microbial processes. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 12:513-518.
Florio A., Pommier T., Gervaix J., Bérard A., Le Roux X..  2017.  Soil C and N statuses determine the effect of maize inoculation by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on nitrifying and denitrifying communities. Scientific Reports. 7:12.
Bérard A., Ben Sassi M., Kaisermann A., Renault P..  2015.  Soil microbial community responses to heat wave components: drought and high temperature. Climate Research. 66:243-264.
Bérard A., Capowiez L., Mombo S., Schreck E., Dumat C., Deola F., Capowiez Y..  2016.  Soil microbial respiration and PICT responses to an industrial and historic lead pollution: a field study. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 23:4271-4281.
Erel R., Bérard A., Capowiez L., Doussan C., Arnal D., Souche G., Gavaland A., Fritz C., Visser E.JW, Salvi S. et al..  2017.  Soil type determines how root and rhizosphere traits relate to phosphorus acquisition in field-grown maize genotypes. Plant and Soil. 412:115-132.
Tlili A., Marechal M., Montuelle B., Volat B., Dorigo U., Bérard A..  2011.  Use of the MicroResp (TM) method to assess pollution-induced community tolerance to metals for lotic biofilms. Environmental Pollution. 159:18-24.
Bérard A., Mazzia C., Sappin-Didier V., Capowiez L., Capowiez Y..  2014.  Use of the MicroResp (TM) method to assess Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance in the context of metal soil contamination. Ecological Indicators. 40:27-33.