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ANR P-Aphid

ANR P-Aphid

ANR SexAphid

ANR SexAphid

  • 3-year project (started January 2018)
  • Coordinators: Denis Tagu (Igepp Rennes) - Jean-René Huynh (CNRS Collège de France)
  • Contacts :

European Training Network (ETN): IGNITE


  • 4-year project (started april 2018)
  • Coordinators: Prof Gert Woerheide (LMU, Munich, Germany), with 15 partners
  • Contact :

Phylloxera Genome Project

Phylloxera Genome Project

  • Started in 2010. In the frame of the International Aphid Genomics Consortium (IAGC)
  • Funded by Inra and BGI
  • Steering Committee: François Delmotte (Inra Bordeaux), Claude Rispe (Inra Nantes), Fabrice Legeai (Inra Rennes, AphidBase), Denis Tagu (Inra Rennes)
  • Contact:

Multi‐scale modelling of ecological processes driving crop colonization in heterogeneous landscape

  • 2-year project, started January 2013
  • 24 k€ funded by INRA, Dept. of Plant Health and the Environment
  • Coordinator:

Landscape dynamics and pest management


Metrics and methods to link landscape with pests and natural enemies population dynamics


  • 3-year project, started July 2013
  • 70 k€ funded by INRA, metaprogram Sustainable Management of Crop Health (SMaCH)
  • Coordinators: Sylvain Poggi / Marie Gosme
  • Contact:

Predictive Ecological Engineering for Landscape Ecosystem Services and Sustainability (PEERLESS)


MicroRNAs and phenotypic plasticity

The MiRNAdapt Project

  • 3-year project, started 15th March 2012
  • €1.7 m, €0.25 m of which funded under the French ANR
  • Contact:

Evolutionary genetics and mechanisms of plant adaptation and reproductive isolation in pea aphids

The Speciaphid Project

The i5K project

The i5k Project

  • 2-year project, started 2012
  • 40.000 euros by INRA
  • 40.000 euros by BGI (China)
  • Coordinator: Denis Tagu
  • Contact:



  • 3-year project, started 2014
  • 270 k€ funded by ANR
  • Coordinator: Akiko Sugio
  • Contacts:



  • Marie Curie Carrier Integration Grants, 4 years project, started 2013
  • Ph.D. project of Hélène Boulain funded by INRA SPE and Région Bretagne
  • Principal researcher: Akiko Sugio
  • Contacts:



  • 2 year project, started 2017
  • Collaboration between Inra-Igepp (Denis Tagu) and Inria-Rennes (Jacques Nicolas)
  • Soutien INRA SPE
  • Contacts:



  • 2 year project, started 2016
  • Collaboration between Inra-Igepp (Denis Tagu) and Inria-Rennes (Jacques Nicolas)
  • Soutien INRA SPE
  • Contacts: