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Articles 2011

Articles published in 2011

Andrivon D., Avendaño-Corcoles J., Cameron A., Carnegie S., Cooke L.R., Corbière R., Detourné D., Forisekova K., Griffin D., Hannukkala A., Lebecka R., Lees A.K., Niepold F., Polgar Z., Shaw D.S., Thompson J., Trognitz B., van Raaij H. & Zimnoch-Guzowska E. (2011). Stability and variability of virulence of Phytophthora infestans assessed in a ring test across European laboratories. Plant Pathology, 60(3): 556-565. DOI

Bouchek-Mechiche K., Montfort F. & Merz U. (2011). Evaluation of the Sss AgriStrip rapid diagnostic test for the detection of Spongospora subterraneaon potato tubers. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 131(2): 277-287. DOI

Bousset L., Brun H., Chèvre A.M. & Delourme R. (2011). Quel lien entre l’épidémiologie, la création variétale et le potentiel de durabilité des résistances ? Illustration chez le phoma du colza.Innovations Agronomiques, 15: 29-43.

Daval S., Lebreton L., Gazengel K., Boutin M., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y. & Sarniguet A. (2011). The biocontrol bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescensPf29Arp strain affects the pathogenesis-related gene expression of the take-all fungus Gaeumannomyces graminisvar. triticion wheat roots. Molecular Plant Pathology, 12(9): 839-854. DOI

Fiers M., Edel-Hermann V., Héraud C., Gautheron N., Chatot C., Le Hingrat Y., Bouchek-Mechiche K. & Steinberg C. (2011). Genetic diversity of Rhizoctonia solaniassociated with potato tubers in France. Mycologia, 103(6): 1230-1244. DOI

Fournet S., Renault L., Rouaux C., Le Cointe R., Dantec J.P., Bozec M. & Kerlan M.C. (2011). Efficacité, durabilité, productivité : la recherche du compromis - Cas du couple pomme de terre-nématode à kysteGlobodera pallida.Innovations Agronomiques, 15: 79-88.

Frey-Klett P., Burlinson P., Deveau A., Barret M., Tarkka M. & Sarniguet A. (2011). Bacterial-Fungal Interactions: Hyphens between Agricultural, Clinical, Environmental, and Food Microbiologists. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 75(4): 583-609. DOI

Gravot A., Grillet L., Wagner G., Jubault M., Lariagon C., Baron C., Deleu C., Delourme R., Bouchereau A. & Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. (2011). Genetic and physiological analysis of the relationship between partial resistance to clubroot and tolerance to trehalose in Arabidopsis thaliana. New phytologist, 191(4): 1083-1094. DOI

Hamelin F.M., Castel M., Poggi S., Andrivon D. & Mailleret L. (2011). Seasonality and the evolutionary divergence of plant parasites. Ecology, 92(12): 2159-2166. DOI

Hamon C., Baranger A., Coyne C.J., McGee R.J., Le Goff I., L'Anthoene V., Esnault R., Riviere J.P., Klein A., Mangin P., McPhee K.E., Roux-Duparque M., Porter L., Miteul H., Lesne A., Morin G., Onfroy C., Moussart A., Tivoli B., Delourme R. & Pilet-Nayel M.L. (2011). New consistent QTL in pea associated with partial resistance to Aphanomyces euteichesin multiple French and American environments. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 123(2): 261-281. DOI

Jestin C., Lode M., Vallee P., Domin C., Falentin C., Horvais R., Coedel S., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. & Delourme R. (2011). Association mapping of quantitative resistance for Leptosphaeria maculansin oilseed rape (Brassica napusL.). Molecular breeding, 27(3): 271-287. DOI

Kröner A., Hamelin G., Andrivon D. & Val F. (2011). Quantitative Resistance of Potato to Pectobacterium atrosepticumand Phytophthora infestans: Integrating PAMP-Triggered Response and Pathogen Growth. PLoS ONE, 6(8): e23331. DOI

Merz U., Lees A.K., Sullivan L., Schwärzel R., Hebeisen T., Kirk H.G., Bouchek-Mechiche K. & Hofferbert H.R. (2011). Powdery scab resistance in Solanum tuberosum: an assessment of cultivar × environment effect. Plant Pathology, 81(1): 29-36. DOI

Moury B., Caromel B., Johansen E., Simon V., Chauvin L., Jacquot E., Kerlan C. & Lefebvre V. (2011). The Helper Component Proteinase Cistron of Potato virus Y Induces Hypersensitivity and Resistance in Potato Genotypes Carrying Dominant Resistance Genes on Chromosome IV. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 24(7): 787-797. DOI

Salmain M., Ghasemi M., Boujday S., Spadavecchia J., Techer C., Val F., Le Moigne V., Gautier M., Briandet R. & Pradier C.M. (2011). Piezoelectric immunosensor for direct and rapid detection of staphylococcal enterotoxin A (SEA) at the ng level. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 29(1): 140-144. DOI

Stare B.G., Fouville D., Sirca S., Gallot A., Urek G. & Grenier E. (2011). Molecular Variability and Evolution of the Pectate Lyase (pel-2) Parasitism Gene in Cyst Nematodes Parasitizing Different SolanaceousPlants. Journal of molecular evolution, 72(2): 169-181. DOI

Toth I.K., van der Wolf J.M., Saddler G., Lojkowska E., Helias V., Pirhonen M., Tsror L. & Elphinstone J.G. (2011). Dickeyaspecies: an emerging problem for potato production in Europe. Plant Pathology, 60(3): 385-399. DOI

Travadon R., Sache I., Dutech C., Stachowiak A., Marquer B. & Bousset L. (2011). Absence of isolation by distance patterns at the regional scale in the fungal plant pathogen Leptosphaeria maculans. Fungal Biology, 115(7): 649-659. DOI

Wang J., Lydiate D.J., Parkin I.A.P., Falentin C., Delourme R., Carion P.W.C. & King G.J. (2011). Integration of linkage maps for the Amphidiploid Brassica napus and comparative mapping with Arabidopsis and Brassica rapa. Bmc genomics, 12. DOI

Wei L., Muranty H. & Zhang H.G. (2011). Advances and Prospects in Wheat Eyespot Research: Contributions from Genetics and Molecular Tools. Journal of Phytopathology, 159(7-8): 457-470. DOI